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Cup went well from security standpoint
Sheriffs office reports DUIs, open container charges
Floyd and Matthews
Camden Police Chief Joe Floyd (left) said things "went well" at the Carolina Cup on Saturday while Kershaw County Sheriff Jim Matthews said he was disturbed by a "staggering" number of drunk drivers. - photo by C-I file photos
The Camden Police Department (CPD) made several arrests and issued citations, but Chief Joe Floyd said the incidents comprised a relatively low number of the size of the crowd at Saturday’s Carolina Cup. “It went well. We had 283 charges, 39 were actually incarcerated and the remainder were given summonses, mainly for underage drinking,” Floyd said.