2nd arrest in assault, robbery of man, 92

Richland County sheriff's deputies have arrested a second man in the robbery and beating of a 92-year-old man in the Woodfield Park community on Sunday.

Nathan Fitzgerald Story, 38, the father of the first suspect arrested, is at the Richland County jail, charged with strong-armed robbery.

Joshua Fitzgerald Clark, 20, was arrested Thursday. Sheriff Leon Lott said Clark implicated his father. Lott said more arrests are likely.

The department said earlier that three men approached the elderly man, who was standing at his carport Sunday afternoon, and asked if he needed lawn work done. The man declined. One robbers grabbed the man and snatched his wallet, then all three men fled.

Investigators believe a woman who talked to the elderly man earlier in the day was in cahoots with the three men, Lott said.

Third arrest in probe of woman's death

CHARLESTON - A third person has been arrested in the investigation of a woman whose remains were found by private investigators here several months after she disappeared.

Terry Williams, 31, of North Charleston, is charged with obstruction of justice. Police at Williams' Friday bond hearing gave their first indication of who they think killed the woman.

They said Williams helped suspect Ethan Mack move Katherine Waring's body, and then gave him the woman's iPod to thank him. Williams denied the charges.

Mack has not been charged with the woman's death. He and Heather Kamp were arrested earlier this month and charged with obstruction of justice and forgery in the investigation.

Waring's skeletal remains were found in woods on Wadmalaw Island earlier this month. The 28-year-old Charleston woman had been missing since June 12.

4th strike on mailbox shaped like dolphin

BLUFFTON - Someone doesn't like one couple's dolphin-shaped mailbox.

The 6-foot-tall mailbox in Bluffton has been hit by vandals a fourth time in the past few years.

The Beaufort County Sheriff's Office reported Don and Linda Moree's dolphin mailbox was reported stolen earlier this week.

Don Moree says he made the original from stucco and gave it to his wife as a Christmas gift about five years ago.

Vandals tore it down and threw it into the May River about two years ago. It floated ashore a few days later.

The 60-year-old Moree rebuilt it, but it has been taken three more times. He says he may try a concrete or steel version next.

Moree says he's much more upset about losing the mailbox than its contents. He says they were just bills.