Andrew Dys

May 14, 2013 5:32 PM

Victim remains disabled, broke as York County serial shooter seeks new trial

Phillip Watts shot four people in a 2008 York County crime spree, including former Fort Mill Mayor Charles Powers and York’s Ida Neal Thompson. Thompson is disabled and almost broke after Watts took her ability to work.

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