Editor’s note: According to information provided Friday by the Summerville Police Department, the following suspects were still at large. All photos provided by reporting agency.
The Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office responded to a shooting on the morning of Oct. 3. According to a statement from Sgt. Rick Carson the shooting happened at a residence off of Highway 15 near St. George.
Police say her husband had reported her missing on the morning of Sept. 17 not long after, her body was found off a dirt road in rural Dorchester County.
The female victim said the interaction happened so quickly she didn’t get a good description of the male suspect taking pictures of her while she was changing in a department store dressing room.
The Summerville Police Department and the Coroner’s Office are currently investigating after a shooting death overnight at a residence on Salisbury Drive in Summerville’s historic district.
We are officially in the hottest part of summer. Some days it can be absolutely miserable to walk to your car. It feels as though this mugginess and heat will never end. Our average temperature locally in August is 91, but with our heat index, it feels well into the 100s. August is the month…
It’s no secret that our little corner of the world is more diverse than it used to be. Thousands of transplants from other states and countries have chosen to call the lowcountry home.
The South Carolina Highway Patrol recently sent out a statement saying there been an arrest stemming from an Aug. 17 crash that occurred near the Jamestown area of Berkeley County.
The Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a report of shots fired after agency officials said they discovered bullets struck a house and car early Tuesday morning on Embassy Drive.
A Summerville man is headed to prison for six decades after he was found guilty Wednesday of attempted murder connected to a 2016 double shooting.
As an Opioid Emergency Response Team (OERT) works to curb the rate of death and addiction across South Carolina the state Attorney General announces another lawsuit to force distributors to pay for some of the damage.
Law enforcement with the Summerville Police Department and Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office visited neighborhoods throughout the town and county for annual National Night Out festivities on August 6.
Summerville Police said they need the public’s help locating a man accused of exposing himself inside a local Goodwill store on two separate occasions.
A knife fight Monday between inmates at Lieber Correctional Institute resulted in one person suffering a stab wound, according to the South Carolina Department of Corrections.
Over 200 law enforcement officials gathered Wednesday at Stratford High School in Goose Creek to take part in an active shooter drill.
The Summerville Police Department said police responded to a fight over a gun and when officers arrived they discovered one person unresponsive and another who said they were shot in the in arm.
South Carolinians can now rest easy knowing their pillows and other valuables are safe, as the Berkeley County Sheriff’s office announced on June 27 its arrest of four out of five suspects of the so-called “Pillowcase Bandits,” who committed dozens of burglaries over the past four months.