The City of Greer Fire Department Citizens Academy recently witnessed first-hand the difference a fire sprinkler can make in a home or business. Deputy Fire Chief Josh Holzheimer narrated the events that led to a room without sprinklers fully engulfed in flames in a demonstration trailer borrowed from Dorchester County.
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When the Spartanburg Police Department decided to refocus its efforts to fight domestic violence, they asked Officer Christina Morgan to lead the way.
The Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office is currently taking applications for the 2018 session of the Citizen’s Police Academy.
A Duncan man will spend 25 years in prison for selling crack cocaine to an undercover police informant.
Rusty A. Jones, 27, was found guilty of third-offense distribution of crack cocaine at the conclusion of a two-day jury trial.
The South Carolina Department of Public Safety lost one of its own in a line-of-duty collision. Trooper Daniel Keith Rebman, 31, died from injuries sustained in an early morning crash in Greenville County Tuesday morning.
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The South Carolina Attorney Generals’ Office is prosecuting a case involving an Upstate man arrested after a child pornography investigation.
Greer Police responded to this crash Wednesday morning at Drummond Village. Officials say the driver had a medical emergency at 11:12 a.m.
Deputies with the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office have arrested 22 year-old, Adrian Samuel Baumgartner in connection with a double shooting that occurred at 112 Pleasant Heights in Greer.
Greenville Federal Credit Union recently made a $1,000 donation to the Greer Cops for Tots program to provide Christmas gifts for underprivileged children living in the Greater Greer area. Pictured are: (l to r) Sgt. Jeff Smith, Melissa Sundquist (Greenville Federal), Meredith Golla (Greer PD), Hannah Mahaffey (Greenville Federal), and Sgt.
(Note: All information contained in the following was taken directly from the official incident reports filed by the Greer Police Department. All suspects are to be considered innocent until proven guilty in the court of law.)