A memorial fund has been established for Florence Police Sgt. Terrence Carraway, who was shot and killed in the line of duty Wednesday night.
Sgt. Carraway was assisting the Florence County Sheriff's Office in serving a warrant on Vintage Drive outside the city limits when the suspect, 74-year-old Fred Hopkins, opened fire.
Three Florence County deputies and three other Florence City Police officers were also injured.
Officer Carraway was a 30-year law enforcement veteran and is remembered by Chief Allen Heidler as "the bravest police officer" he's ever known.
He leaves behind a wife and young adult children.
A GoFundMe page in Carraway's name has been set up with all of the money going to his family. The memorial fund has been endorsed by the South Carolina Law Enforcement Officers Association, the South Carolina Police Chiefs Association and the South Carolina Law Enforcement Assistance Program.
A public viewing will take place on Monday, October 8 from 9-11 a.m. at 300 West Radio Drive with a memorial service following at 12 p.m at the Florence Center
A fundraiser has also been established for the other officers who were wounded in the shooting. The fund is intended to support the six officers who were wounded.