"I hope that the community can learn from my example on what not to do," Charleston City Council member Karl Brady said on his guilty plea to a 2020 DUI.
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The former Florence County Sheriff, Kenney Boone, pleaded guilty Wednesday to a domestic violence charge.
Amy Marie Mishoe pleaded guilty to one count of distributing the deadly opioid and one count of possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of South Carolina.
A couple from Huger pleaded guilty Thursday to federal charges in a conspiracy that involved a fake birth records and a baby in the Philippines.
Daquintez Jermont Gadsden and Aaron Jordan White were still enrolled at Greg Mathis Charter High School when they went to the veteran's home on Matipan Avenue in North Charleston where Cooke and his father, Michael Cooke, were replacing old plumbing.
Karey Montrel Heyward, originally charged with third degree criminal sexual conduct with a minor under 16, pleaded guilty Thursday to second degree assault and battery.
A former employee at a Mount Pleasant massage parlor had pleaded guilty in Charleston County court Monday afternoon to a charge related to the sexual assault of a client in 2017.
After a string of armed robberies and carjackings took place across Georgia and South Carolina, including Aiken, a convicted felon is potentia…
The second and final suspect implicated in the 2016 shooting death of Patrick Moffly, son of former Charleston County School Board member Elizabeth Moffly, pleaded guilty Tuesday morning to multiple criminal counts, bringing an end to the case.
Jason Evan Down pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter, possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime, kidnapping, desecration of human remains and third-degree criminal misconduct in exchange for an 18-year sentence and registration as a sex offender. His wife, Christina Alderman, pleaded guilty to accessory after the fact to murder, desecration of human remains and sexual exploitation of a minor, and will serve 15 years.