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Bullets hit Orangeburg County homes, cars
Orangeburg County Sheriff's OfficeTwo homes were riddled with bullets over a two-day period, according to Orangeburg County Sheriff’s Office incident reports.Occupants of a Bowman Branch Highway home reported at 1:44 a.m. Sunday that they heard four gunshots outside of the residence.A bullet struck
Berkeley Co.deputies asking public's help on locating missing teen
Courtesy of the Berkeley County Sheriff's OfficeBERKELEY COUNTY, S.C. (WCBD) - The Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public's help on locating a missing person.Deputies are currently looking for Shavonne Royal, according to officials with the Berkeley County Sheriff's Office. Shavon
Person shot twice, taken to Eutawville EMS substation
A person drove a man with two gunshot wounds to an EMS substation in Eutawville on Sunday afternoon, Eutawville Fire Chief Stephen Shuler said.Medics administered CPR as they loaded him into an ambulance outside of the Orangeburg County EMS substation on Porcher Avenue.Someone drove a silver Audi to
Two arrested in car wash coin thefts; $285 in quarters recovered
Pannu Darnell Catalano of Slidell, and Ralph Anthony Cangelois III of Mandeville, have both been charged.
Coroner: Body of Summerville man found on train tracks
Daniel Reed Smith, 29, was identified as the victim. He was pronounced dead at 8 p.m., the coroner's office said. The victim's body was located on the railroad right-of-way, but authorities said they're not certain if the victim died from a collision with a train or had already been deceased.
Rivalry problems prompt OCSD3 trustees to end sports competitions between Elloree, Holly Hill middle schools
Also during the meeting, Associate Superintendent Gerald Wright introduced a wet bulb thermometer, which registers heat, humidity and relative dew point to determine if it's too hot to allow athletes to practice outdoors. All school athletic departments must have one to ensure the safety of their at
Stingrays re-sign Charbonneau - The ECHL - Premier 'AA' Hockey League
NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. – TheSouth Carolina Stingrays, ECHL affiliate of the National Hockey League’s Washington Capitals and American Hockey League’s Hershey Bears, have agreed to terms with forwardJonathan Charbonneaufor the 2018-19 season.
Lowcountry mother missing more than a week, deputies trying to find her
Friends and family say Murdaugh has brown hair with highlights, and green / hazel eyes, according to the sheriff's office.
Volunteers to search Orangeburg area for African serval cat
A group of volunteers will be searching for an African serval cat that left its Deer Crossing Road home on July 2.The 38-pound cat called Noah is approximately 2.5 feet tall and has spots that resemble other wild cats such as a leopard, but it is “very domesticated,” according to owner Sue Howard.Ci
SCHP: Wrecked truck not really stolen from Cope man
An Orangeburg woman called officers on Monday morning to report that someone stole her vehicle, which was parked at Orangeburg Collision Repair and Auto Sales at 263 Broughton Street, according to a police incident report.
BCSO: Suspect arrested after firing gunshots from vehicle following dispute
The investigation revealed that the victim was at a local business when they were involved in a dispute with the suspect, Albert Lee Mouzon, 38 of St. Stephen. Authorities state that the victim left the business on his bicycle and went home.
Chairman: Base merged district in Orangeburg
The district office for the single Orangeburg County school district will most likely be initially based in the Orangeburg area, according to the chairman of the Orangeburg Consolidation Transition Committee."I am recommending strongly that it be in Orangeburg," Chairman Donnie Hilliard told the cou
Man pleads guilty to grand larceny
Herman Nathaniel Johnson, 43, of 472 Coleman Street, Orangeburg, recently pleaded guilty to grand larceny valued more than $2,000 but less than $10,000.Circuit Judge Ed Dickson sentenced him to 10 years in prison. Upon the service of three years, the sentence will be suspended to five years of proba
Names of Orangeburg County crash victims released
Two people have died in collisions in Orangeburg County.A Barnwell man died Thursday afternoon in a three-vehicle crash on S.C. Highway 3. On Friday, a Holly Hill woman died in a crash near Wells Crossroad.Thursday’s collision occurred at 4:50 p.m. on Highway 3 near S.C. Highway 389, according to th
Planting seeds: Twins establish scholarship at Claflin, other schools to support others like them
Identical twins Vandria and Andria Steward have established a scholarship that has helped to offset the educational expenses of other twins at Claflin University, the University of South Carolina-Aiken and Benedict College. The twin sisters are also aunts to two sets of fraternal twins, who serve as
SCHP investigating crash involving North Charleston police cruiser
NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) —A crash involving a North Charleston Police Department cruiser blocked a portion of Dorchester Road early Monday morning.The crash was reported just before 2:00 a.m., according to Charleston County Consolidated Dispatch.South Carolina Highway Patrol was dispatched to i
Road still closed after 2015 flood; Cameron residents, others petition for Church Camp fixes
CAMERON -- Hundreds of individuals across the state have petitioned the S.C. Department of Transportation to repair Church Camp Road and reopen it to traffic.The road has been closed since the historic flood in October 2015, when the dam on the road was breached."The loss of the road not only affect
Residents raise concerns about number of deputies patrolling lake area, response times
Orangeburg County is roughly 1,100 square miles, and 38 to 40 deputies are assigned to the patrol division under the command of Capt. Randy Culler, it was noted.
Troopers say 1 driver was killed in Orangeburg car crash
Troopers say around 4:30 this morning, Christopher Calloway, 35, was driving a 1996 Ford Pickup truck east on the highway, when he struck another person driving a 1994 Honda, who was headed west.
North Charleston man, 77, dies in I-26 wreck
The wreck happened shortly after 1 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 8, near the 172 mile marker eastbound, between Harleyville and the Interstate 95 interchange.