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Anderson County Feb 26 Weekly Crime Report: 17 Incidents and 3 Crime Stories
Anderson County Feb 26 Weekly Crime Report: 17 Incidents and 3 Crime Stories. During the last week, Anderson County reported a total of 17 crime cases. The data reveals that theft was the most prevalent crime, accounting for 12 out of the 17 cases, indicating a significant security concern in the place. Arrests were made in 3 instances, reflecting the authorities' proactive efforts in maintaining law and order. However, the week was not without violent crimes, as there was 1 reported case of robbery and 1 assault. The distribution of these crimes throughout the week suggests a persistent issue that needs to be addressed urgently. The authorities must intensify their efforts to curb these incidents and ensure the safety of the residents.
Easley's Pizza Paradise: 6 Pizzas You Can't Miss
This article presents six exceptional pizzerias in Easley. Have you had the chance to taste their offerings yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below.
Augusta Road fatality
South Greenville firefighters examine a vehicle after cutting the injured driver from the car Sunday night. The wreck happened on Augusta Road south of McKelvey Road. One person was killed and another was injured. According to SC Highway Patrol, a vehicle traveling South on Highway 25 crossed left of center...
Three injured – Highway 81
Three people were injured Sunday afternoon in a single vehicle wreck on Highway 81 near Airy Springs Road. Medshore transported the injured to the hospital. Wren and Three and Twenty firefighters also responded. Two QRV’s also assisted. (Photo by David Rogers)
2 shot at Greenville Co. home
GREENVILLE COUNTY, S.C. (WSPA) – Two people are in the hospital after they were shot Monday at a home in Greenville County. https://www.wspa.com/news/local-news/2-shot-at-greenville-co-home-2/
Man Jailed in Pickens County on Charge of Intent to Distribute Fentanyl
The Pickens County Sheriff’s Office reported that a man instigated a car chase, after which he was discovered in possession of a significant amount of fentanyl, leading to charges of “intent to distribute.” Officials noted that this was not the first instance of the suspect being found with fentanyl. On Feb. 6, deputies attempted a traffic stop on Finley Road in Easley. The driver, however, initiated a short pursuit. Upon the vehicle’s halt, deputies discovered fentanyl and marijuana inside. The suspect, Cody Alexander Coleman, was subsequently arrested and faced multiple charges. These included reckless driving, possession with intent to distribute fentanyl (his third offense), possession of burglary tools, possession of marijuana (his second offense), failure to stop for blue lights (his second offense), and driving under suspension. Currently, Coleman is being held at the detention center in Pickens County, with his bond set at over $65,000.
DeMonte Capehart back with Clemson football after arrest. Here’s the latest
The defensive tackle was arrested in early February on campus on a gun possession charge and traffic charge. But those charges have since been dismissed.
Puppy Mill Bust in Belton
33 dogs and 36 puppies were rescued from deplorable living conditions. Most had untreated medical related issues, some needed immediate…
6 Killed in two weekend crashes in the Upstate
Two separate Upstate weekend crashes killed 6 people and injured another. The 1st crash happened Saturday night on I-26 in Spartanburg and shut down the highway for a period of time, after 5 people were killed in a crash.
Simpsonville Feb 26 Weekly Crime Report
During the last week, Simpsonville reported 11 crime cases, indicating a concerning level of criminal activity. The data reveals that theft was the most common crime, with 5 instances reported, followed by assault, which occurred 4 times. Other types of crimes were significantly less frequent, with only one case of trespassing and one other incident reported. The other incident involved disorderly conduct by an intoxicated subject, who was found with slurred speech and unsteady on feet, asleep on a bathroom floor. The situation was cleared by arrest. The report suggests an urgent need for increased security measures and vigilance among the residents to curb the rising crime rates in the place. The local authorities are expected to take immediate action to ensure the safety of the community.
Greenville County Sheriff’s Office looking for information on missing teenager
GREENVILLE, S.C. (FOX Carolina) - The Greenville County Sheriff’s Office is looking for any information regarding the whereabouts of a missing teenager. Andrea Pineda was last seen at her residence on Appaloosa Drive in the morning on Feb. 22. The 16-year-old girl was last seen wearing a white shirt,...
Bryce Stanfield: Cause of death released for football player from Acworth
COBB COUNTY, Ga. - The official cause of death has been released for the football player from Acworth who died after a medical emergency during a workout at Furman University in South Carolina. 21-year-old Bryce Stanfield, a junior defensive lineman, died Feb. 9 after he collapsed at Paladin Stadium. An...
Warmer temps continue Tuesday, First Alert Weather Day Wednesday for rain and wind
Scattered showers are possible Tuesday with a front moving in Wednesday. Expect heavy rain and very gust winds during the afternoon Wednesday.
City of Greenville passes first reading of Cherrydale annexation
GREENVILLE, S.C. — The city of Greenville could soon be growing some more as city leaders continue their talks of a major annexation on Monday. Greenville City Council unanimously passed first reading of an ordinance to add the Cherrydale area the city. The city is considering this annexation after...
Soulful Sounds and Happy Hour Deals Await at Live Music Wednesday Ft. TJ Jones!
🎶 Get ready to groove midweek with the soulful tunes of TJ Jones at Live Music Wednesday! This special event promises to add a musical twist to your typical Wednesday evening, giving you the perfect reason to step out and enjoy some live entertainment.
Is time running out for snow in South Carolina this winter? Here's what the experts say
South Carolina was one of only two states in the U.S. to report no snow this winter, and meteorologists say it is doubtful the area will get snow anytime soon. Clay Chaney, meteorologist with the National Weather Service at the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport, said January 2021 was the last time the state received a significant amount of snowfall. He said South Carolina and Florida had a few flurries but no snow accumulations this year. ...
Easley YMCA honors police officer killed in line of duty
EASLEY, S.C. (WSPA) — The new Easley YMCA unveiled a room named after an officer who was killed saving the life of someone he had never met. The McKissick Campus of the YMCA revealed the Officer Matthew Hare Multipurpose Room Friday. Officer Matthew Hare died on August 2, 2023, after officers received a call for […]
Mega Millions, Powerball jackpot increases after no winners announced
GREENVILLE, S.C. (FOX Carolina) - Lottery players still have a chance to win after no winners were announced in the Mega Millions and Powerball drawings. The Mega Millions jackpot is up to $563 million with the next drawing happening on Tuesday, February 27. The Powerball is up to $391 million...
GSP to add 750 parking spots, consolidated car rental facility
The Greenville-Spartanburg (GSP) International Airport announced it plans to add more parking and a consolidated rental car facility.
Road work to begin on Woodruff Road in Greenville Co.
The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) announced that road work will begin Sunday on Woodruff Road.