A South Carolina teen tried to run cyclists off the road with his car, threw fireworks at them and spit at them during a months-long effort to seek revenge for two friends' deaths in a vehicle accident, the sheriff's office said.
Clayton Eli Watts, 19, charged with hiring two others to kill his grandmother because she was too strict, is scheduled to be in court Wednesday afternoon. Watts has been in jail since his arrest in early 2013 after police said he concocted a scheme to kill both of his grandparents. Cases remain pending against Marqueas Buchanan and Shaiderius Cohen.
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The son of Rock Hill criminal defense attorney O. Cyrus Hinton, charged Sunday night with killing his father, is scheduled to be in court for a bond hearing Friday morning to determine if he can be released to attend his father’s funeral.
A statement from the last man to talk to Walter Scott, more details about the arrest of the officer charged and action by South Carolina lawmakers are the latest developments in the case of a black man shot and killed by a white North Charleston Police officer.
A federal judge has ordered a court hearing next month for a convicted felon with Bloods gang ties charged in connection with the armed robbery of a Charlotte mattress store owned by a Lake Wylie couple, who were later shot and killed in their lakefront home.
Osiris Hinton suffered a “psychotic episode” due to wrongly prescribed medication just before his father, prominent Rock Hill criminal defense lawyer O. Cyrus Hinton, was shot and killed Sunday at the family’s Spartanburg home, his lawyer told a judge Friday morning.
Lifelong Clemson University fans Gary and Cindy Hipps want people to know one thing – they aren’t after money in their lawsuits against the university over the violent death of their son, Tucker, during a predawn fraternity pledge run in September.