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Feds Investigating South Carolina Police Department at Request of Chief, Mayor

May 17, 2016
Federal investigators are expected to announce a review of the North Charleston (SC) Police Department Tuesday, according to a U.S. Justice Department news release.

Former S.C. Officer Who Fatally Shot Walter Scott Released From Jail

January 5, 2016
A former police officer who is charged with fatally shooting an unarmed man in North Charleston, S.C., has been released from jail and put on house arrest until his trial.

Former South Carolina Officer Facing Murder Charges Sues Union Over Legal Bills

November 12, 2015
Former North Charleston, SC, police officer Michael Slager is suing a police fraternal organization for failing to defend him against a murder charge in the killing of Walter Scott.

Video: North Charleston Pays $6.5 Million Settlement to Family of Walter Scott, State Record

October 9, 2015
North Charleston (SC) City Council officials announced approval of a $6.5 million settlement with the Walter Scott family during Thursday night's meeting.

North Charleston Police Chief Fires Officer for Confederate Flag Photo Found on Facebook

June 26, 2015
A North Charleston, S.C., police officer who posted a photo of himself wearing Confederate Flag boxer shorts to Facebook has been fired.

Former South Carolina Officer Indicted for Fatal Shooting, Could Get Life

June 8, 2015
Charleston County (S.C.) Solicitor Scarlett Wilson on Monday announced that a state Grand Jury has indicted a former North Charleston police officer for murder.

Video: Former South Carolina Officer Indicted for Fatal Shooting, Could Get Life

June 8, 2015
Charleston County (S.C.) Solicitor Scarlett Wilson on Monday announced that a state Grand Jury has indicted a former North Charleston police officer for murder.

Sharpton Praises Chief's and Mayor's Response to North Charleston Shooting

April 13, 2015
Summey and Police Chief Eddie Driggers sat in the front and listened, as Sharpton spoke. "What this mayor did is what we've asked mayors to do all over the country. Not to do us a favor, just enforce the law."

Video: North Charleston Shooting Dash Cam Video Released

April 9, 2015
The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division has released several dash cam videos in connection with the fatal shooting of Walter Scott. None shows the actual shooting.

North Charleston Shooting: Dash Cam Video Released

April 9, 2015
The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division has released several dash cam videos in connection with the fatal shooting of Walter Scott in North Charleston, S.C. None shows the actual shooting. The video from the officer's dash cam shows the officer approaching Scott's car. More Here.

S.C. Police Shooting Defense: What the Video Doesn't Show

April 9, 2015
The shooting of Walter Scott by a North Charleston, S.C., police officer has generated national outrage. Legal and police tactics experts said the video would be powerful evidence in the criminal case. But they say it still leaves the officer's defense with options.

S.C. Police Shooting Defense: What the Video Doesn't Show

April 9, 2015
The shooting of Walter Scott by a North Charleston, S.C., police officer has generated national outrage, spurred by the citizen video of the incident, shown here. One likely defense focus will be what is not on the video, the experts said, telling jurors that the video doesn't tell the whole story. More Here.

Sharpton Calls for Federal Police Laws After South Carolina Shooting

April 8, 2015
“There must be national policy and national law on policing,” Mr. Sharpton said. “We can’t go from state to state, we’ve got to have national law to protect people against these continued questions.”

North Charleston Officer Faces Murder Charge After Video Shows Him Shooting Man In Back

April 7, 2015
A North Charleston police officer was arrested on a murder charge and the FBI opened a civil rights investigation Tuesday after video surfaced of the lawman shooting at a 50-year-old man as he ran away.

Video: 1 Deputy Killed, 1 in Critical Condition in S.C. Standoff

September 9, 2014
Nearly nine hours after a shooting that killed one Charleston County, S.C., deputy and seriously wounded another, an ensuing standoff ended. The suspect reportedly shot the deputies through his apartment door.

Video: S.C. Officers Fight Vehicle Fire With Trapped Woman

August 29, 2013
At least three North Charleston (S.C.) Police officers helped extinguish a burning vehicle Monday as a woman lay trapped inside.

S.C. Officers Fight Vehicle Fire With Trapped Woman

August 29, 2013
At least three North Charleston (S.C.) Police officers help extinguish a burning vehicle as a woman lay trapped inside. Read the full story here.

Video: 4 Arrested After High-Speed S.C. Pursuit

January 4, 2013
North Charleston (S.C.) Police officers uncovered more than 100 oxycodone pills and $1,000 in cash after a pickup connected to a counterfeiting investigation led them on a brief high-speed pursuit.

High-Speed Pursuit In S.C.

January 4, 2013
North Charleston (S.C.) Police officers arrested four suspects connected to a counterfeiting investigation after a brief high-speed pursuit. Read the full story here.

S.C. Cop Fabricated Shooting Story

July 9, 2012
North Charleston police sergeant Eddie Bullard shot himself and then made up a story for investigators that he was wounded by his own gun during a struggle with a shadowy suspect, Police Chief Jon Zumalt said.
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