$1,000 taken in burglary of Rock Hill music store
A Rock Hill music store sustained more than $3,000 in damage during a holiday break-in.
Police suspect someone entered Woody's Music on Charlotte Avenue between 5:30 p.m. Christmas Eve and 8 a.m. Dec. 26 through a whole cut in the roof. The back door of the store also was damaged, according to the police report.
Lt. Larry Vaughn of the Rock Hill Police Department said $1,000 was taken during the burglary. More than half the stolen money was collected for the Boy Scouts and wasn't in the cash register.
This isn't the first time this year the store has been significantly damaged. In March, a car crashed into the store's window causing about $25,000 in damage.
The latest incident remains under investigation.
S.C. teacher accused of rape dies in car crash
FLORENCE -- A high school teacher accused of raping a woman and harassing at least two female students crashed his car into a tree Thursday in an apparent suicide, authorities said.
A suicide note was found in Scott L. Knight's car after the 8 a.m. wreck in Florence County, Charleston County Sheriff's Maj. John Clark said.
Authorities would not provide any details about the note's content.
Knight was arrested last week at his home after a woman said he pushed her in a room, locked the door and raped her. He was charged with third-degree criminal sexual conduct and assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature, Clark said.
The arrest came about a month after Knight was placed on administrative leave from West Ashley High School after his arrest on two counts of first-degree harassment.