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Thursday, August 14, 2008

[SC] Sgt. Lockaby - harrassment, stalking, domestic violence, and arrogance allegations.

From 3 articles below:
...[Greenville County deputy, Sgt. Ralph] Lockaby “began explaining the law about harassment and stalking” to [Deputy] Norton... The incident took place after a mediation conference between Lockaby and the victim... The couple had separated in February and the victim made several reports about Lockaby harassing and stalking her in Greenville County. The victim also told police that she had made reports of domestic violence prior to the separation... Lockaby is accused of "unlawfully and intentionally (intruding) into the private life of the victim... for no legitimate purpose"... the culmination of these acts has caused her undue emotional stress and placed her in a fear of retribution...


DEPUTY CHARGED WITH HARASSING ESTRANGED WIFE
wyff4.com
August 13, 2008
[Excerpts] A Greenville County deputy was arrested Tuesday and is facing charges that he harassed his estranged wife. Sgt. Ralph Lockaby, 51, was arrested at the Greenville Law Enforcement Center and sent to Pickens County. Pickens County investigators said that Lockaby has been separated from his wife, [BBL], since February and that a judge has issued an order that neither of the Lockabys have harrassing contact with the other... Ralph Lockaby was charged with one count of second-degree harrassment. He was released on a $1,200 personal recognizance bond after he was booked. The Greenville County Sheriff's Office has placed Lockaby on administrative leave with pay. [Full article here]

GREENVILLE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPUTY ON LEAVE FOLLOWING ARREST
The Anderson Independent Mail
By Jake Grove
August 13, 2008
[Excerpts] The Greenville County Sheriff’s Office has placed one of their deputies on administrative leave without pay while they investigate his arrest Tuesday in Easley... According to the police report, [BBL] told a Pickens County sheriff’s deputy that her husband, Lockaby, was following and harassing her on Monday. [BBL] said she traveled to a friend’s home in Easley to drop off items and, while there, noticed her husband’s truck parked in the middle of the road in front of the residence... Lockaby was inside the vehicle and [BBL] was frightened to leave, according to the report. She contacted the owner of the residence, who flagged down a Pickens County deputy. Deputy Jon Norton responded and advised Lockaby that he needed to leave, but Lockaby “began explaining the law about harassment and stalking” to Norton... The couple has been separated since February 2008, according to the report, and several incidents of harassment have occurred since that time... [Full article here]

GREENVILLE DEPUTY ARRESTED IN PICKENS COUNTY
The Easley Progress
By Ginny Johnson
August 13, 2008
[Excerpts] ...Deputies arrested and booked Lockaby on Tuesday. He was released the same day from the Pickens County Detention Center on a personal recognizance bond, according to center personnel. The deputy's employment status with Greenville County Sheriff's Office changed Tuesday... According to police documents released Wednesday, the couple had separated in February and the victim made several reports about Lockaby harassing and stalking her in Greenville County. The victim also told police that she had made reports of domestic violence prior to the separation. Lockaby is accused of "unlawfully and intentionally (intruding) into the private life of the victim... for no legitimate purpose," the warrant said. According to police documents, Lockaby followed and harassed his ex-wife, a 39-year-old Taylors woman, who reported to Pickens County deputies that he was watching her at a friend's house. The incident took place after a mediation conference between Lockaby and the victim "regarding domestic relations... The defendant posted himself in a conspicuous location where he knew the victim could see him and waited on the victim to leave," the warrant said... The deputy advised Lockaby to leave because he was blocking traffic and the victim "felt she was being harassed," the report said. Lockaby then "became irate and began explaining the law about harassment and stalking. (The deputy) advised him that he still needed to leave (and Lockaby) again became irate with him," the report said. He eventually left the area and the victim then left as well and reported the incident, the report said. Later a witness told police that Lockaby remained the neighborhood "where the victim had previously been," the warrant said. "According to the victim, the culmination of these acts has caused her undue emotional stress and placed her in a fear of retribution by the defendant"... [Full article here]
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3 comments:

  1. Oh Mr. Lockaby, after engaging with your arrogance by email, and now seeing your photo, it's "creepy."

    As soon as things didn't go your way you went on the attack, half-cocked against someone (me) who had said I would hear you out.

    You couldn't hold that anger back even for your own gain.

    No facts. Just talk, insults, accusations, and messy thinking that you seem to expect the world to get into compliance with. I'm not yours to kick about when you don't get your way. Maybe you can treat people like that who choose to be in your life but I am not one of those.

    If your goal was to convince me that you were WRONGFULLY accused, you definitely leaned me in the opposite direction.

    You seem to have a very short fuse... and that's your response to my responding to you nicely.

    All I said is

    not everyone who is cleared is innocent,

    all you are presenting to me are your WORDS,

    and that I'm swamped so I need a few days before we correspond on your request to be removed from the blog.

    Luckily though it seems everything worked out for you. You closed with:

    "...In ending, I an engaged in a six figure lawsuit against the agency which ignored all the documentation which indicated that Ms. Brown's claims were false and charged me anyway simply because she threatened to call a press conference. According to my lawyer, having my face and name plastered across you site is the absolute best way in the world for us to demonstrate to the jury without question that my reputation and future employment opportunities were severely damaged by her false claims. Thanks for making my case so much easier...."

    Since you were hounding me to take this post down I don't understand, but you are happy.

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  2. Be sure to tell the jury I was willing to talk to you about taking your blog post down but you popped a cork and couldn't make it to the conversation.

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