Richard Dara Simmons, 24, was given the minimum sentence of 30 years, said Adam Mlynarczyk, his defense attorney. Simmons also received credit for time served in jail since his May 15, 2015 arrest.
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Charleston-area law enforcement agencies have seized at least 7,500 firearms since 2013, but in many jurisdictions, numbers of seizures are rising and crime rates remain high.
William Thomas Gule Jr., a 31-year-old Summerville resident, was found guilty on Wednesday of murdering his girlfriend during a 2015 child custody dispute.
Authorities have charged a North Charleston man in connection with a July 4 shooting that left a Ladson woman dead.
A man accused of shooting a woman to death on James Island on Saturday argued with her before pulling the trigger, according to court documents released Tuesday.
The man was wanted on charges of murder and grand theft auto.
A 25-year-old Greenville County man has been indicted on a voluntary manslaughter charge in his father's killing despite his family's insistence that he had to use deadly force to save his mother from a brutal beating.
Following a missing piece of vehicle trim, North Charleston police were led to a 17-year-old killer who showed some of the most “shocking” behavior they had ever seen from someone facing life in prison.
Prosecutors said the man was involved in an earlier shootout but didn't have a hand in the gunfire that killed Dena Brown, a mother of three from North Charleston.
One of two 17-year-olds accused of shooting a North Charleston bartender was found guilty Thursday night of murder.