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November 20, 2012 1:45 PM

Parents of slain Carolina Forest High School student settle lawsuit with school, police officials

The parents of a Carolina Forest High School student who was shot to death by an Horry County police officer in 2009 will receive a “significant” amount of money as part of a settlement agreement in a wrongful death lawsuit filed against police and school officials, according to Georgetown lawyer Ed Bell, who represents the parents of slain student Trevor Varinecz.

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