Monthly Archives: March 2019

Lexington County Sheriff’s Foundation recognizes LCSD employees, volunteers

The Lexington County Sheriff’s Foundation has honored 11 members of the Lexington County Sheriff’s Department and a man who volunteered his time to work with the agency. “We’re grateful for the support and resources the foundation provides to assist us in fulfilling our mission of serving and protecting the people of Lexington County,” Sheriff Jay…
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Drugs, guns and cash seized after traffic stop and search warrant

Lexington County deputies have arrested a man and a woman after seizing meth, guns and thousands of dollars during a traffic stop and the search of a home. Kelly Ann Jordan, 33, is charged with trafficking meth and possessing a weapon during a violent crime, according to arrest warrants. Clifford Lee Kyzer, 33, is charged…
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How you can prevent cyberbullying

In my previous blog entry, I covered the topic of cyberbullying and the ways you can bring up the topic with the young people in your life. It’s an issue we as adults need to know about and get involved with because we have the power to prevent it. In the same way we guide…
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Lexington County EMS worker charged with assault

A Lexington County emergency medical services employee has been charged with assaulting a child he was attempting to restrain while on duty. Scott Anthony Ludwig, 44, is charged with third degree assault and battery, according to an arrest warrant. Ludwig was in the process of restraining a 7-year-old student at New Bridge Academy in West…
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