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She said she decided to get involved because she thinks Mengak is an amazing professor.
“I’m also in his wildlife damage management class, and in his class we’re talking about how to deal with human and wildlife interactions, and I was really interested in that,” Sliger said.
At work, another relationship was beginning to form with the co-worker and high school friend David Smith.
As a teen, Susan was a good student, well-liked and outgoing.Feral swine compete with native wildlife, such as deer, squirrels, bears and turkeys — as they will eat anything they can find.“They also wallow in streams and create water pollution, they create stream bank erosion, and when they get into urban areas they can tear up people’s yards and golf courses,” Mengak said. James Beasley, of the Warnell School and assistant research scientist at the Savannah River Ecology Laboratory, said that feral swine have become a big problem in the last few decades.The Department of Social Service was contacted again, but Susan refused to press charges and the matter was swiftly swept under the proverbial carpet of lawyers' agreements and sealed records which protected Bev and the family from the feared public humiliation.During the summer of 1988, Susan got a job at the local Winn-Dixie grocery store and moved quickly up the ranks from cashier to bookkeeper.