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S.C. Police Don't Know How Suspect Drove onto House Roof

November 26, 2013
Columbia, S.C., officers have arrested a known gang member whose vehicle landed on the roof of a local home following a police chase early Saturday morning.

S.C. Chief in Hot Water Over Facebook Post

November 4, 2013
Chief Ruben Santiago responded to a comment on a news release posted Thursday night regarding the arrest of a suspect on a marijuana possession charge.

S.C. Chief: Homelessness Is Not a Crime

August 29, 2013
The Columbia (S.C.) Police chief is pushing back on a City Council plan to divert homeless people from the city center, telling The State that "homelessness is not a crime."

S.C. Man Who Charged Cops With AK-47 Had Homemade Explosives

May 1, 2011
The 22-year-old man who charged Columbia (S.C.) Police officers with an AK-47 was carrying homemade explosives when tactical officers fatally shot him at a rental property after an hour-long standoff.

South Carolina Agencies Launch UAV Surveillance Program

March 24, 2011
The agencies plan to use the craft to assist patrol officers during foot pursuits across jurisdictional boundaries. The small helicopters include cameras, and a weapon can be mounted if needed.

S.C. Agency Gives Officers Customer Service Training

February 20, 2011
Columbia, S.C., Police Chief Randy Scott emphasized the importance of customer service during a training session, saying he wants all officers to be polite, courteous and professional when dealing with the public.

S.C. Chief In Hot Water Over Investigation of Mayor's Car Accident

May 7, 2010
Columbia (S.C.) Police Chief Tandy Carter may lose his job because he didn't hand over the investigation into the mayor's car accident to an outside agency.
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