Break-ins in and around the city limits have been plaguing Wagener for months and the people who live there are fed up. On Monday night, dozens filled the town council meeting tonight looking for a way to fix the problem.
Public Safety officers are looking for a man who couldn't wait to the get to the bathroom so he urinated in a mixing bowl. Officers were called to the Kroger on Knox Avenue last week when a customer told store employees he saw a man peeing in aisle two.
Following a car and foot chase, officers and the suspect ended up at the Fox Den apartments right off of Wrightsboro Road where the shooting happened. The suspect's girlfriend, Shyknica Stephens, witnessed the whole thing.
The Richmond County Sheriff's Office doesn't currently have tasers for road deputies, but they are working on funding for them. The deadly officer-involved shooting on Friday brings up the question: If the deputy had been equipped with a Taser, would the suspect be dead?
Officers are often required to make split-second decisions that could mean the difference between life and death. News 12's Christie Ethrige takes a look at Richmond County's policy on when to use deadly force.
After a year and a half marked by two officer murders and a spike in other homicides, too, the Aiken Department of Public Safety is looking for answers. On Thursday night, they'll submit their biggest and most-touted answer yet.
Lt. Calvin Chew with the Richmond County Sheriff's Office says Davis left the scene of a shooting incident earlier in a car earlier that day. A deputy later saw the vehicle pulled over near Southside Elementary.