Monthly Archives: April 2017

VIDEO: LCSD, FBI partner on officer safety training

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xUD63ZBKWfQ&feature=youtu.be[/embed] Lexington County Sheriff Jay Koon always says it’s not a matter of if a deputy’s life will be put in danger, it’s when. “We’ve just got to be ready for it. You perform how you train, so it’s important to do this kind of training.” FBI Principal Firearms Instructor Rob Chadwick says it’s all…
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Deputies arrest suspect in car connected to hospital shooting

Deputies arrested Stephen Johnson Craft this morning after he initiated a pursuit following his refusal to stop for blue lights and siren. Craft, 38, got out of his car on Beckman Road and was arrested after a short foot chase. A warrant for his arrest on a charge of grand larceny had been issued earlier…
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Teacher wanted on criminal sexual conduct charges

Investigators are searching for an elementary school teacher suspected of criminal sexual conduct with a minor. Hianlucas Isturiz Rodriguez, 40, engaged in sexual battery with a Red Bank Elementary School student multiple times while on duty at the school, according to arrest warrants. Detectives have obtained warrants charging Rodriguez with two counts of first degree…
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VIDEO: Items missing from homicide scene

[embed]https://youtu.be/hE1DGT1cQKU[/embed] Detectives are working to determine what happened to three specific items homicide victim Keon Brantley left home with the night of April 15: a hoodie, a backpack and a pair of shoes. Investigators have determined Keon walked away his home in a Harbison area apartment complex right before 9:00 that Saturday night. He was…
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