A Charleston County 911 call center employee has been charged with misconduct after being accused of never responding to emergency calls.
A Spartanburg police officer was fired after being arrested and charged with firing a gun into a home.
A Wagener police officer was charged with DUI when an Aiken County Sheriff’s deputy found him driving a department vehicle in circles in a convenience store parking lot.
A former Lexington County sheriff’s deputy was convicted of domestic violence.
A Union city prosecutor was charged with misconduct in office, accused of dismissing charges against defendants in exchange for sexual favors.
The former Eutawville police chief was charged with misconduct in office for shooting and killing an unarmed man while serving a warrant on him.
A North Charleston police officer was arrested and charged with DUI following a traffic accident.
4 Spartanburg County Jail guards were fired after an investigation into something that they did to an inmate. SLED is investigating, but the news report does not say what the conduct was that led to their termination.
SLED lied when it announced that their implied consent servers were damaged and hundreds of thousands of DUI videos and other data were at least temporarily lost following a lightning strike in July; it was later discovered that there was no lightning strike. Calls for an independent investigation have been ignored.
A Dillon County Sheriff’s deputy was arrested by SLED and charged with assault and battery 2nd degree and misconduct in office, accused of slapping, using OC spray, and tasing a suspect who was handcuffed and shackled.
A Greenville County sheriff’s deputy was fired after being charged with DUI.
A Bennettsville police officer was not fired or charged with anything after he left his K-9 dog “Tank” in his patrol car. The dog died of heat stroke. The officer was suspended for 60 days.
Chesterfield County Sheriff Sam Parker, who was indicted earlier this year on four counts of misconduct in office and furnishing contraband to inmates, has been indicted for additional charges of embezzlement and misconduct in office.
The Chesterfield County jail administrator and the Emergency Management Director have also been charged with misconduct in office.
A Columbia police department narcotics officer was fired after being charged with 2 counts of domestic violence and one count of driving under the influence.
A Columbia police department captain says that he was fired after reporting to internal affairs and SLED that the deputy police chief had approached him about participating in a scheme to plant a stolen gun and drugs in a city official’s car.
Two former Anderson County sheriff’s deputies pled guilty to drug possession.
A S.C. Highway Patrol trooper is under investigation for allegations that he stole money from the Fraternal Order of Police in Cherokee County.
A Richland County deputy was fired and arrested on allegations that he forced a woman to expose herself and touch herself inappropriately in exchange for help with her criminal charges.
A North Charleston police officer was placed on paid leave while SLED investigates why he punched a suspect who had his hands raised for another officer who was pointing a gun at him. On video.
The mayor, police chief, town administrator, a town councilman, and the chairperson of the town council’s advisory finance committee for the town of South Congaree all resigned following a federal and state raid on the town hall as part of an investigation into illegal video gambling.
A former Horry County Police Department officer who was fired last year following his arrest for domestic violence was re-arrested for violation of a protective order.
A Wellford police officer was charged with misconduct in office, third degree criminal sexual conduct, and abuse of a vulnerable adult.
An Aynor police officer was fired and charged with misconduct in office following allegations that he offered to tear up a woman’s ticket if she lifted her shirt.
Two Marion police officers were fired and charged with assault and battery and misconduct in office for tasing a woman.
A North Charleston police officer was fired and charged with DUI after crashing her patrol car.
A former S.C. Highway Patrol trooper pled guilty to civil rights violations for kicking a man in the head and neck following a high speed chase.
An Abbeville County magistrate was charged with two counts of misconduct in office for allegations of trading favors and money in exchange for sexual conduct with two women who had pending cases in his court.
A Columbia police officer was charged with DUI after being found asleep at the wheel at an intersection.
A Darlington County corrections officer was charged with misconduct in office for allowing a female inmate to perform oral sex on him in a holding cell. According to the warrant, there was a video of the incident.
The Sumter County fire chief was indicted for misconduct in office based on allegations of abuse of the leave-cashing policy while he was the fire chief in Hardeeville, S.C. The former city administrator, former city treasurer, and two former police chiefs were also indicted.
Former Mauldin and Simpsonville police officer George Ralph Bobo was charged with obstruction of justice and misconduct in office on allegations that he purposefully destroyed evidence in a murder case.
A school resource officer from Mauldin police department resigned following allegations that he exchanged inappropriate text messages with a female student.
The former Westminster police chief was charged with embezzlement of public funds, forgery, and misconduct in office, accused of embezzling more than $100,000.00 while he was police chief.