Lexington County narcotics agents apprehended an Irmo man wanted on multiple drug charges following a traffic stop on Interstate 20 on April 24. Stewart Jamaul Stroman, 34, faces numerous charges, including multiple counts of trafficking methamphetamine exceeding 400 grams, trafficking fentanyl, and criminal conspiracy, as outlined in arrest warrants. LexingtonContinue Reading

The Cayce Fire Department (CFD) is embarking on an innovative venture to enhance community outreach and education by introducing South Carolina’s first registered Fire Department Therapy Horse, Muffin. This groundbreaking initiative aims to utilize Muffin’s unique abilities to educate people across the Midlands on fire safety and drug awareness. TheContinue Reading

Lexington County authorities are reaching out to the community for assistance following a tragic incident that unfolded early Sunday morning at a bar in Swansea. Lexington County Sheriff Jay Koon stated, “Deputies were called to Amici Tavern around 3:20 a.m. in response to reports of gunfire. We’ve been diligently investigatingContinue Reading

Lorna Shay Elders, a former Lexington County deputy, surrendered herself at the Lexington County Detention Center on Monday, where she was arrested by State Law Enforcement Division agents on three charges. According to detention center records, Elders, 37, faces charges of first-degree harassment, misconduct in office, and the disclosure ofContinue Reading

Lexington County deputies have apprehended Korey Muller, a 20-year-old resident of West Columbia, following accusations of attempted murder stemming from a violent altercation last month. Alongside this charge, Muller faces additional counts, including possession of a weapon during a violent crime, possession with intent to distribute marijuana, and possession withContinue Reading

Serve & Connect, a Columbia-based non-profit organization, is marking the seventh anniversary of its Greg’s Groceries program. Launched in 2017, Greg’s Groceries provides police departments with boxes of non-perishable food to distribute to individuals and families in need. The program is named in honor of Forest Acres Police Officer GregContinue Reading