Summerville police said the husband of a woman who was found stabbed to death in her apartment late last week has been arrested in connection with her slaying.
City police on Sunday said they arrested two people accused of vandalizing a monument in White Point Garden that pays homage to Charleston-based Confederate forces.
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A North Charleston man will be spending life in prison without the possibility of parole after he was found guilty on multiple criminal counts connected to a 2016 home invasion that turned deadly.
Some prisoners in South Carolina are training to work with professional corrections staff to be "on the front line" of inmate suicide prevention.
"These five little babies finally got justice," solicitor says after jury sentences Timothy Jones Jr. to death for killing his five children in 2014
Timothy Jones Jr.'s ex-wife on whether he should be sentenced to death: "The mom in me says, 'Fry him, absolutely.' ... But I’m a strong believer in no death penalty."
Zakaryia Abdel Abdin, who pleaded guilty last August to one count of attempting to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization, received the maximum 20 years in prison.
A $5,000 reward is being offered for information about a home invasion shooting that left a teen boy with Down syndrome injured and led to the death of his dog earlier this month.
John Williams, 72, has been charged with embezzling more than $10,000 from a rural Berkeley County fire department.
A former Charleston police officer will not face criminal charges in connection with the in-custody death of a DUI suspect last summer.
The ex-cop, Michael Slager, appealed his case to the nation's highest court in April after the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the ex-lawman's 20-year sentence at the beginning of this year.
South Carolina prison officials said Monday they were investigating after two men from separate facilities were found dead of apparent drug-related causes.
Charleston County sheriff's detectives and the U.S. Marshal's Service arrested two suspects on Wednesday for the March kidnapping and sexual assault of a 14 year old female in West Ashley.
The defense of Timothy Jones Jr. rested their case Friday following psychiatrists' contradictory testimony on whether the 37-year-old knew right from wrong when he killed his five young children in 2014.
Court-appointed psychiatrist says Timothy Jones Jr. was not schizophrenic when he killed his five children but rather responding to his own anxious thoughts.
The ex-girlfriend of Tim Jones, who's pleading he was insane when he killed his five kids: "The way he’d whip them, you could hear it through the wall."
Circuit Judge Markley Dennis, who also handed down ReVille’s prison sentence in June 2012, denied the release motion, adding that he hopes ReVille can receive proper treatment after he serves his sentence.
The S.C. Highway Patrol on Saturday arrested a St. Stephen man in connection with a fatal hit-and-run in Berkeley County.
An offer to to earn money leasing trucks from a Mount Pleasant business owner at first seemed like a good deal, but it turned sour when he began faking expenses, according to the FBI.
Authorities are asking for the public's help in finding a BMW 3 Series sedan they believe was involved in a fatal hit-and-run in Berkeley County Thursday night.
Suffering from symptoms of opioid withdrawal, Brianna Beland pleaded for help from inside the Charleston County jail in August 2017. Now her family's attorneys say her death in custody could have been prevented.
Some SC law enforcement agencies have failed to inform the state of jail inmate deaths in their custody despite a decades-old law mandating that they do so, a Post and Courier analysis shows.
Kendall Cohen was arrested and charged with the alleged murder, according to an affidavit. North Charleston Police said on Monday night Cohen shot and killed 19-year-old Saquan Knight.
Timothy Jones Jr.'s grandmother testified Friday she never imagined he would harm his children, as she recounted him saying on their last visit, weeks before he killed all five, "Grandma, I can't be without my babies."
Federal authorities have charged 14 people in South Carolina with operating a counterfeiting ring that passed thousands of dollars in fake US currency beginning in fall 2018.
North Charleston police have arrested a 16-year-old male in connection with a fatal shooting that left a 19-year-old dead earlier this week.
Neuroradiologist testifies Timothy Jones Jr. has "moderate if not severe" traumatic brain injury. But, he noted, "it's possible for someone with brain abnormalities to be relatively normal."
A 26-year-old Summerville man was in custody Wednesday after he reportedly broke into a Berkeley County home and fatally stabbed another man.
Prison officers' testimony indicates Timothy Jones Jr. strangled all five of his children, seeming to dispute Jones' confession in which he repeatedly insisted his 6-year-old died by accident from physical exhaustion
For the animal caretakers who took custody of the cats, this episode is the latest in a number of high-profile apparent hoarding incidents in recent years that have endangered numerous animals.
When police found Kadie Major and 10-month-old River's body on a Moncks Corner railroad track on Jan. 17, 2008, authorities determined the 26-year-old's death a suicide and her child's death was deemed undetermined. But 11 years later, the Berkeley County Sheriff's Office has reopened the case.
Four recent fires in homes in and around Charleston's East Side neighborhood point to the city's challenge in finding and removing squatters in vacant homes and buildings.
Voices in Timothy Jones Jr.'s head led to him to kill four of his young children one-by-one after his son died during punishment over blown electric sockets in 2014, according to a tape of Jones' confession to a FBI agent played during his death-penalty trial Friday.
A former detention officer at the Bamberg County jail was arrested Thursday for allegedly pushing a handcuffed inmate's head into a window and a cell door in March.
"When you go and tell someone they're not writing enough tickets ... that's a quota," said state Rep. Justin Bamberg.
Hand-scribbled notes found inside Tim Jones' vehicle after his 2014 arrest lay out his gruesome plans for discarding of the bodies of his five children as he drove around with them in the back seat, according to prosecutors and testimony Thursday in his death penalty trial
A Charleston technology business and its chief executive officer have been indicted for allegedly fraudulently obtaining Internet addresses with a resale value of as much as $14.4 million.
"Tim's forest was on fire" as he killed his children over five hours in 2014, his defense attorney said Tuesday in opening arguments that repeatedly compared his client's brain to an unhealthy forest.
Authorities have dismissed a murder charge in a North Charleston shooting that was captured on surveillance video, citing a lack of evidence implicating the suspect as the shooter.
The Charleston County Coroner's office has identified a 27-year-old Awendaw man as the victim who was shot and killed outside a North Charleston convenience store.
North Charleston police have released surveillance footage of a man they are trying to identify in connection with a fatal shooting last month.
In South Carolina, there are no laws bolstering sentences for hate crimes. Only four other states have yet to add these protections: Arkansas, Georgia, Indiana and Wyoming. Last year, Charleston became the only municipality in the state to author its own policy.