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      Former FMU police officer sentenced for pointing a gun at two people

      Thursday, a judge sentenced Damon Moody, 31, to 90 days in jail and five years probation after a jury convicted him of two counts of Pointing and Presenting a Firearm.

      A state police warrant says on June 13, 2013, Moody fired his gun, and then got into a verbal and physical fight with two people.

      It says he threatened them and walked away, but returned with a gun.

      He then pointed the gun at the victims, the warrant states.

      At the time, Moody was working as a police officer at Francis Marion University. The incident did not happen on campus.