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Second witness testifies to odor of alcohol at scene with chief

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By Caroline Curran, Reporter

BOLIVIA—Terri Oxford said she smelled alcohol when Holden Beach Police Chief Wally Layne responded to a cardiac arrest on Holden Beach in November 2004.

Layne said he wasn’t intoxicated that November evening—that he wasn’t even drinking.

Oxford, who worked for the town police department from 1999 until 2008, filed a wrongful termination and gender discrimination lawsuit after she was fired from the town in 2008.


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