The President of South Carolina’s NAACP didn’t have the money for dry cleaners. He was then arrested for trespassing.
South Carolina NAACP President Dr. Lonnie Randolph Jr. has been charged with trespassing after warning, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest after an incident at a Columbia dry cleaners.
The situation took place on July 13th around 7 p.m. at Tripp’s Cleaners in Columbia’s Five Points.
According to a Columbia Police Department incident report, they were called to the cleaners after an employee said that Randolph refused to pay his bill and didn’t want to leave the store.
The report says the responding officer asked Randolph if he had the money to pay, and he didn’t reply.