The Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office announced more charges for a suspect following the death of a 15-year old back in 2019.
As outrage and protests continue following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, MN, the town of Summerville prepares for more protestors again on Monday; other local governments continue …
The Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office had to call the bomb squad on the afternoon of May, 27. The agency is confirming through a statement that a resident drove, an incendiary, from the St. G…
The Charleston County Coroner’s Office announced that 65-year-old James Stanton Yarborough died at his residence on Folly Beach at 10:30 a.m. on April 30. The coroner said in a short statement…
A former Summerville High School principal who was arrested last year on suspicion of killing his wife was found dead Thursday morning in Folly Beach.
On the first of every month the South Carolina Department Corrections (SCDC) does its inmate release. Those serving time at any of the agency’s institutions are let go to begin their journey a…
The State Attorney General’s Office has already received over 650 complaints about price gouging during the COVID-19 pandemic. And as much needed stimulus checks being to arrive a warning is g…
Editor’s note: According to information provided by the Summerville Police Department, the following suspects are still at large. All photos provided by repowrting agency.
All over the country sales of guns and ammunition are soaring. So much so, the larger stores selling firearms have long waits to even get in and now some, if there is anything even available, …
Police in Summerville are still investigating an early morning shooting.
In times of crisis there are people out there looking to take advantage of others, even a pandemic won’t stop them.
To ease the strain and the stress from the coronavirus the Berkeley County Detention Center has already released some low-level offenders.
The Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office and the coroner’s office continues to investigate a fatal shooting that happened on the evening of March, 23.
Samuel Cory Blevins
COVID-19, the virus that has gripped the country and the world now has local law enforcement considering something that would have been unthinkable just a few weeks ago—releasing inmates.
On March, 16 South Carolina health officials announced the first death in the state from the coronavirus as it continues to impact all facets of life and that that includes how law enforcement…
After serving six-and-a-half years with the Goose Creek Department a beloved K-9 was honored at a retirement ceremony on March, 5.
On the second floor at the Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office in Summerville, comfortably dressed, dispatchers sit in a small room lit mainly by the hue of large computer monitors. Their heads…
Dorchester County Coroner Paul Brouthers has identified the victim, of what he is calling an apparent homicide.
A Summerville man has been sentenced to 20 more years in federal prison after he used a contraband cellphone to traffic methamphetamine and heroin throughout the tri-county area.
Dorchester County Sheriff, L.C. Knight held a press conference on Thursday, Jan 30 to announce arrests in a fatal shooting on the night of Jan. 27, that took the life of 16-year-old Jaquarie P…
Dorchester County Sheriff, L.C. Knight held a press conference on Thursday to announce arrests in a fatal shooting on the night of Jan. 27, that took the life of 16-year-old Jaquarie Perry. Pe…
Following the death of 16-year-old Jaquarie Perry on the evening of Jan. 27, the Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office said they have been working non-stop in the search for suspects.
A 20-year-old Marion resident was given a life sentence without parole on Jan. 17 for the murder of an 88-year-old woman who died from injuries sustained during a carjacking in Timmonsville.
At the beginning it was supposed to be just four weeks with the nationally televised cable show but producers from Live PD, offered the sheriff’s office a permanent role.
Deputies in Dorchester County said they encountered a man who was threating to ignite propane gas emitting from a tank. Neighbors had to be evacuated while the scene played out. A firehose eve…
South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson was joined Wednesday in a bipartisan coalition of all 56 attorneys general in calling for Congress to permanently classify fentanyl-related substanc…
On Dec. 4, SCDNR biologists and a U.S. Forest Service contractor captured and translocated a pair of red-cockaded woodpeckers (RCW).
Social media threat
The holiday season has arrived which means a lot parties and, for some, a few spirits. But be aware that law enforcement has, once again, kicked off it’s ‘Sober or Slammer’ campaign.
Theft from deputy
While an eventual final ruling may not set any major legal precedent, the case involves a popular company used by millions who spend thousands on an investment they depend on daily.
Name: Kevin William Fecteau