St. James High students charged after fight at basketball game vs. Conway

St. James High students charged after fight at basketball game vs. Conway (Image 1)

Horry County Police Officers arrested 7 students of St. James High School Friday after an  incident last week at a high school basketball game.

On December 2nd, at the St. James vs. Conway game, the seven students from St. James High exchanged comments with two students from Conway High, said Lt. Raul E. Denis with the Horry County Police.

“The situation escalated into an assault when the St. James students assaulted the Conway High students in front of the crowd,” Denis said in a press release.

A 15-year-old boy was injured in the fight which happened outside in front of St. James High School, police said in a report.

Police reviewed video footage and saw the fight and suspects, according to a police report.

All of the St. James students, ranging in age from 17 to 18, have been taken into custody and are detained at the J. Reuben Long Detention Center.

Denis said those charged and their charges are:

Walter Crum, 18, Disturbing Schools.

Colin Thomas, 18, Disturbing Schools.

Dylan Giles, 17, Disturbing Schools and Assault and Battery 3rd deg.

Tyler Giles, 17, Disturbing Schools and Assault and Battery 3rd deg.

Joshua Large, 18, Disturbing Schools.

Cody Toomer, 18, Disturbing Schools.

Taysha Woodard, 17, Disturbing Schools.

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