South Windsor Sergeant Had 'No Visible Injuries' After Deadly Fight

Matt Dwyer
September 04, 2018 - 3:50 pm

Sergeant Matthew Mainieri. Photo courtesy of South Windsor Police.


(WTIC-AM) -- According to a police report released today by the Georgetown County, South Carolina Sheriff’s Office, an off-duty South Windsor Police Sergeant had no visible injuries, after a bar fight that took his life in South Carolina. 

South Windsor Police say Sergeant Matthew Mainieri was trying to break up the fight, when he was assalted.  

A local Sheriff's deputy, two nurses, and another man administered CPR to the fallen sergeant while a large group of people stood on the deck and parking lot at Uncle Tito's bar and watched what happened.  

The newly-released police report say the alleged attacker, 21-year-old Kelton Todd, had been drinking before the fight.  

Three other people were also injured in the incident.  

A 22-year-old woman was bitten on the cheek and bruised. A 23-year-old man who was cut above the left eye.  A 22-year-old man had  a swollen left cheek.  

Todd was charged with assault and batter of a high and aggravated nature against Mainieri, and assault and battery third degree against the other three victims.