$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.
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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.