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1 arrested, another wanted after shooting death of man in town for a wedding

Columbia police have arrested one man and are looking for another in connection to the shooting death of a Greenville man who had come to Columbia for a wedding.  



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Police say they have arrested 20-year-old Xavier York Glover, who is charged with murder and armed robbery. 

Investigators are also searching for a second man, 20-year-old Zachery Jamell Williams, who should be considered armed and dangerous. Police say warrants are pending for Williams, who may be driving a white or gray 2002 Honda CRV with South Carolina tag LLA-715.

RELATED: Man who came to Columbia for wedding shot, killed, police say



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In a crime alert online, the University of South Carolina said Williams is a current USC student residing off-campus. 



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Maskless wedding photo at Vermont inn worries town officials

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WOODSTOCK, Vt. (AP) — Officials in the Vermont town of Woodstock say they were concerned by a photo from a wedding at the Woodstock Inn and Resort that showed people not wearing masks or social distancing.

The Valley News reports the photo of about 40 people wearing dresses and suits and sitting shoulder-to-shoulder in white folding chairs outside during the Saturday event circulated on social media.

Woodstock Village Trustees Chairman Jeffrey Kahn wrote that the safety of residents, business employees and visitors is of utmost importance.

“The safety of our residents, business employees and visitors is of utmost importance to us,” Kahn wrote in a social media post. “We must not become complacent about adhering to the Village mask ordinance. Wear your mask…be well.”



In a statement, the inn said they tried to comply with all guidelines.

“We understand the concerns and

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