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A man is suspected of robbing a full pharmacy in SC. It's not his first time 0:31

A man is suspected of robbing a full pharmacy in SC. It's not his first time

Here's how police say SC girl's kidnapping unfolded — and ended 600 miles away 2:33

Here's how police say SC girl's kidnapping unfolded — and ended 600 miles away

Suspect shoots person multiple times in attempted murder at gas station 1:07

Suspect shoots person multiple times in attempted murder at gas station

Suspect caught shoplifting chips, snacks at Lexington gas station 1:01

Suspect caught shoplifting chips, snacks at Lexington gas station

Dashcam from Cayce Department of Public Safety high-speed chase, crash 6:04

Dashcam from Cayce Department of Public Safety high-speed chase, crash

Lexington Police are looking for suspects who hacked into several ATM machines 1:02

Lexington Police are looking for suspects who hacked into several ATM machines

Maggie Cash urges more child protections 0:48

Maggie Cash urges more child protections

Richland County video of grand larceny for a set of 26' chrome rims 1:39

Richland County video of grand larceny for a set of 26" chrome rims

Lexington Police are looking for a man who used a counterfeit $100 bill at Zaxby's 1:26

Lexington Police are looking for a man who used a counterfeit $100 bill at Zaxby's

Surveillance footage shows Hobby Lobby customer using fake check, ID 1:16

Surveillance footage shows Hobby Lobby customer using fake check, ID

Richland school resource officers learn how to work with students with disabilities

The Richland County Sheriff's Department on Oct. 16, 2017, unveiled a policy that trains deputies to better recognize students with emotional, mental or intellectual disabilities and assess during an incident whether a student poses a threat to their own safety or the safety of those around them.
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