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3 Wounded in SC School Shooting

September 28, 2016
Two children and a teacher were shot by a gunman at an elementary school in Townville, SC.

Video: South Carolina Officer Shot, Saved by Vest

July 5, 2016
A North Charleston police officer shot in the abdomen during a standoff Monday was likely saved from more serious injury by his ballistic vest, according to North Charleston Deputy Chief David Cheatle. Officer Wayne Pavlischeck has now been released from the hospital.

South Carolina Officer Shot, Saved by Vest

July 5, 2016
A North Charleston police officer shot in the abdomen during a standoff Monday was likely saved from more serious injury by his ballistic vest, according to North Charleston Deputy Chief David Cheatle. Officer Wayne Pavlischeck has now been released from the hospital. More Here.

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.

Agencies Receive ASPCA Award for Efforts to Stop Dog Fighting

April 12, 2016
The ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) announced the first recipients of the "ASPCA Champion for Animals" award, coinciding with National Dog Fighting Awareness Day.

Man with Rifle Fatally Shot by South Carolina Deputies

March 31, 2016
Sheriff Steve Loftis says the deputy was investigating an assault report around 7:30 p.m., when Robert Morgan Garrison, Jr., 51, of Piedmont, came out with a knife and gun.

Video: Man with Rifle Fatally Shot by South Carolina Deputies

March 31, 2016
Sheriff Steve Loftis says the deputy was investigating an assault report around 7:30 p.m., when Robert Morgan Garrison, Jr., 51, of Piedmont, came out with a knife and gun.

Burger King Manager Reportedly Fired After Saying Fallen South Carolina Officer "Got What He Deserved"

March 24, 2016
The manager of an Upstate South Carolina Burger King who was accused of making an inappropriate comment following the death of Greenville Officer Allen Jacobs has reportedly been fired, but says the allegations against her are false. More Here.

Video: Burger King Manager Reportedly Fired After Saying Fallen South Carolina Officer "Got What He Deserved"

March 24, 2016
The manager of an Upstate South Carolina Burger King who was accused of making an inappropriate comment following the death of Greenville Officer Allen Jacobs has reportedly been fired, but says the allegations against her are false.

South Carolina Officer Shot and Killed by Suspected Gang Member

March 18, 2016
A Greenville (SC) Police Department officer who was part of the Police Department's Community Response Team and a military veteran was shot and killed in the line of duty Friday.

Video: South Carolina Officer Shot Serving Warrant, 2 in Custody

March 14, 2016
A man wanted on drug charges is accused of shooting a Woodruff, SC, police officer while the officer was serving an arrest warrant.

South Carolina Officer Shot Serving Warrant, 2 in Custody

March 14, 2016
The injured Woodruff, SC, officer could hear a young child crying out from a back bedroom and did not return fire for fear of harming the child. More Here.

Sister of Man Who Shot South Carolina Deputy Praises Police

March 1, 2016
She says her brother texted her and made it clear, he planned to take his own life. She says at the time, he believed he had killed Deputy Gist. “My brother knew what was going on. He knew he was wrong, he admitted to being wrong, and he just didn’t want to go back to jail.” More Here.

Video: Sister of Man Who Shot South Carolina Deputy Praises Police

March 1, 2016
She says her brother texted her and made it clear, he planned to take his own life. She says at the time, he believed he had killed Deputy Gist. “My brother knew what was going on. He knew he was wrong, he admitted to being wrong, and he just didn’t want to go back to jail.”

Hillary Clinton Campaigns with Mothers of Black Suspects Killed by Police, Ignores Officers Killed in Line of Duty

February 29, 2016
“They all lost children, which is almost unimaginable, yet they have not been broken or embittered,” Clinton said, adding that they have turned their “mourning into a movement.”

South Carolina Deputy Shot Multiple Times in Friday Gunfight

February 27, 2016
There was a gunfight between Gist and a suspect identified as Travis Cantelle Smith, 36, authorities report. It's not clear if Gist hit Smith during the exchange, but Gist was hit at least three times. Some of the shots hit her body armor. More Here.

Video: South Carolina Deputy Shot Multiple Times in Friday Gunfight

February 27, 2016
There was a gunfight between Gist and a suspect identified as Travis Cantelle Smith, 36, authorities report. It's not clear if Gist hit Smith during the exchange, but Gist was hit at least three times. Some of the shots hit her body armor.

Proposed South Carolina Law Would Require Agencies to Have Policy for Officer-Involved Deaths

February 19, 2016
South Carolina state senators gave unanimous key approval Thursday for a bill that would require all law enforcement agencies in the state to have a written policy on how to handle officer-involved deaths.

South Carolina Statistics Show More People Drew Guns on Officers in 2015 Than 2014

February 16, 2016
More people pulled guns on police in South Carolina during a record number of officer-involved shootings in 2015 compared to the previous year, and the number of police injured in shootings rose by half.

TASER Use Restricted in 5 States by U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals

January 15, 2016
The decision applies in the five states in the 4th Circuit. The N.C. Justice Academy advised law enforcement agencies to revise their Taser policies to comply.
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