Agents of the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division Wednesday charged a Lexington County man October 13 for kidnapping, robbing, and attempting to sexually assault a woman in her home while in possession of multiple weapons. Robert Brandon Neeley, 35, was charged with armed robbery, kidnapping, first-degree assault with intent to
By W. Thomas Smith Jr. United States Senator Tim Scott, ranking member of the U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging, praised Project H.O.P.E., a program of the Richland County Sheriff’s Department (RCSD), as a model for elderly outreach and assistance which might be implemented by other agencies, nationwide. Scott’s remarks
Lexington County deputies have arrested an Aiken man accused of shooting at a man outside a Lexington County strip club last month. Renardo Omar Holmes, 39, is charged with attempted murder, four counts of pointing and presenting a firearm at a person, and possession of a weapon during a violent
The FBI and the State Law Enforcement Division have joined Lexington County deputies to assist in the ongoing search for a girl reported missing more than 35 years ago. Members of an FBI unit specializing in child abductions arrived in Lexington Monday to work alongside deputies and SLED agents in
Koon’s Watch Rail Safety Week begins next week. The goal of this campaign is to raise awareness and promote education surrounding railroad rights-of-ways and grade crossings. The Lexington County Sheriff’s Department’s Traffic Division is once again participating in Operation Clear Track, coordinated by Amtrak and Operation Lifesaver, on September 21.
LEXINGTON, S.C. – More than a dozen law enforcement agencies have worked together on a month-long operation targeting adults accused of contacting children online for sexual activity. Seventeen men have been arrested as part of the operation. Another man is wanted on charges stemming from messages exchanged with law enforcement
Koon’s Watch They’re our most precious cargo—are we securing them safely? Child Passenger Safety Week is later this month. It’s a time for law enforcement agencies across the nation and U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to share important information regarding the appropriate car seat for our
Mineral Springs Road, from Old Carrington Parkway to Shoal Creek Drive, is closed due to a fatal collision investigation. This is a major thoroughfare for Town of Lexington drivers. LPD Collision Reconstruction officers are on the scene at the 2600 block of Mineral Springs Road with County of Lexington EMS