The Greenville County Sheriff’s Office has charged two Eastside High freshmen (ages 14 and 15) for their role in a bomb threat last Tuesday.
Police and Fire
A former Greer High teacher was arrested last week after police say she had an inappropriate sexual relationship with a male student last year.
A Campobello man received an 18-year prison sentence on Tuesday for sexually abusing a child.
Samuel S. Owens, 46, pleaded guilty to first-degree criminal sexual conduct with a minor and lewd act on a minor.
Each year, the Taylors Fire and Sewer District collects toys and monetary donations to purchase toys for local children to have for Christmas.
This year is no different.
“If they didn’t have any help from us, they wouldn’t have a Christmas,” said James Baker, fire marshal.
The Greenville County Sheriff’s Office is searching for an unknown man who used a handgun to rob the Spinx gas station, 2102 Old Spartanburg Road, at 4:30 a.m. last Thursday.
The Greer Police Department will bring smiles to more than 300 children in need on Saturday morning at Greer’s Cannon Center with their annual Christmas toy drive. The department has been putting the toy drive on for over twenty years now, providing toys for children (ages newborn-12-years-old).
Residents near the Glassy Mountain Fire Department could soon see lower insurance rates.
The department was recently notified its Fire Protection Classification has gone from an ISO Class 5 to Class 4 effective in February of 2014.
The Greenville County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public for help in locating a Greenville man who is wanted for a crime he committed in 2004. Baltazer B. Diego, 30, of 112 Loom Street, Greenville is wanted for assault with the intent to commit criminal sexual conduct first degree.
(Note: All information contained in the following blotter was taken directly from the official incident reports filed by the Greer Police Department or The Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office or The Greenville County Sheriff’s Office. All suspects are to be considered innocent until proven guilty in the court of law.)
Seventh Judicial Circuit Solicitor Barry Barnette has been named the recipient of the South Carolina Law Enforcement Victim Advocate Association’s Solicitor of the Year Award. Bridget Daly Musteata, the Law enforcement Victim Advocate for the Duncan Police Department, nominated Barnette for the award based on: his notoriety as a violent crime p