People are remembering the life of a Florence police sergeant who was shot and killed in the line of duty last Wednesday.
On Monday, hundreds of people came out to Sgt. Terrance Caraway’s funeral at the Florence Center.
The 52-year-old was killed during an ambush that left six other law enforcement officers injured. He impacted the lives of those around him and served as a role model to many.
When you ask people about Sgt. Carraway you’ll learn that there’s many things that make him memorable.
Carl Majors works as a law enforcement officer at the Florence County Sheriff’s Office, and works at the detention center.
He remembers his first time meeting Carraway...“I’m also hearing positive things from inmates, they’re talking about their encounters with him,” Majors said. “How he tried to encourage other kids who may have been stringed on the wrong path how he encouraged them to do better in life.”