The adopted son of the suspect formally charged with killing a Florence police officer and injuring six other law enforcement agents is set to have a bond hearing Friday on a criminal sexual conduct charge.
Florence police are looking to identify a man who allegedly made threats to harm law enforcement in a “copycat” shooting like the one at Vintage Place on Oct. 3 where one police officer was killed and other law enforcement officers were injured.
Deputies have identified the alleged shooter who opened fire Wednesday on law enforcement officers in Florence County, killing one officer and injuring several others, according to Florence County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Glenn Kirby.
A fatal confrontation with a man who held children hostage in a Florence home before opening fire on deputies has left one officer dead and six other law enforcement officers injured, according to officials.
DARLINGTON, SC (WMBF) — Police are narrowing down suspects Saturday after a stabbing left one injured in Darlington. The victim was transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries according to Lt. Kimberly Nelson. The incident happened around 1:51 p.m. on Joe Lewis Boulevard in Darlington Saturday. Lt. Nelson says a number of suspects have been identified and more information about the incident will be made available sometime Saturday. Copyright 201...
A daycare owner has been arrested for allegedly assaulting a toddler that was under her supervision for the first time. In a police report obtained from the Chesterfield County Sheriff's Office, it is said that a deputy arrived at the McLeod Health emergency room on Monday regarding an assault that happened earlier that day. The report says that the deputy met with the grandmother of a child who had been dropped off at 'Children Daylight Daycare' for the first time...
A Latta man was arrested by agents with the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division Thursday after inflicting injuries that caused the death of his 13-month-old son on August 16, according to an arrest warrant.
A Hartsville man pleaded guilty Wednesday to one count of unlawful neglect of a child and was sentenced to seven years in prison, according to a news release from South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson.