Charleston police disproportionately pull over black drivers. Here's the plan to fix it.
Benny Starr remembers the feeling that washed over him after he was pulled over by a Charleston police officer.
It was about five years ago, and the 32-year-old Berkeley County native was visiting Charleston from the Upstate — where he had moved for school — to attend a music and fashion event. Starr was driving a white Ford Expedition with some friends — all African American males — and was pulled over downtown.