Lance Corporal B.A. Frazier Recovery Fund

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Around 3:30 a.m. on the morning of April 16th, S.C. Highway Patrol Lance Corporal B.A. Frazier initiated a traffic stop on US-78 for a speeding violation. The violator was driving more than 20 miles per hour above the posted speed limit.

At some point during the traffic stop, the violator began shooting at L/Cpl Frazier before driving away from the scene. A second trooper heard the radio call out with the suspect’s vehicle description and initiated a pursuit that ended in Orangeburg County when the suspect crashed his vehicle into a house.

L/Cpl Frazier was shot on the right side of his face. Thankfully, at this time, his injuries seem to be non-life-threatening. However, the trajectory of his recovery is still uncertain at this time.

Lance Corporal Frazier has been with Troop 7 since 2018 and currently serves in Post A (Allendale, Bamberg, Barnwell, and Hampton). A Navy veteran and a proud grandfather of eight, L/Cpl Frazier is focused on making strong bonds with the community that he serves. His favorite quote is "Be strong and keep the faith."

This fundraiser is intended to support L/Cpl Frazier and his family moving forward, helping to cover medical bills and with other needs associated with his recovery. 100% of the funds raised will be given to Lance Corporal Frazier.


The fundraiser is facilitated by Serve & Connect, a nonprofit (501c3) organization focused on igniting positive change through police-community partnerships. Since 2015, Serve & Connect has raised more than $760,000 for families of fallen officers in South Carolina. Serve & Connect was founded by Kassy Alia Ray in memory of her late husband, Officer Gregory Alia, who was killed in the line of duty on September 30, 2015. This fundraiser is endorsed by the South Carolina Troopers Association, the South Carolina Law Enforcement Officers Association, the South Carolina Sheriffs Association, the South Carolina Police Chiefs Association, the South Carolina Fraternal Order of Police, and the South Carolina Department of Public Safety. 100% of funds raised will be provided directly to L/Cpl Frazier to support his recovery. All donations are tax-deductible.