Investigation into teen's shooting death continues
Rock Hill police released no new information Friday in the fatal shooting of a York teen.
Donnie Kimble, 19, was shot once around midnight Wednesday at the Brittany Place apartments on West Main Street in Rock Hill.
Police say Kimble was with several other people when he was shot, but investigators haven't determined if the shooting was accidental or intentional.
Police Lt. Brad Redfearn said Friday investigators did not have any additional details to release.
1,500 DVDs stolen from local distribution center
FORT MILL -- About 1,500 not-yet released cartoon DVDs have been stolen from a Fort Mill distribution center.
The copies of the "Dragon Hunter" DVDs were taken this week from inside a trailer backed up to a garage door at Peace Arch Entertainment in Fort Mill, according to a York County Sheriff's Office report. The thieves broke a lock on the trailer to get to the DVDs.
The original incident report stated that 3,000 DVDs were stolen, but the company counted the DVDs and told The Herald Friday afternoon only 1,500 are missing.
The latest installment of "Dragon Hunter," a European cartoon series, is set to be released on Feb. 24, the report states. The DVDs are worth about $10 each.
Since the incident, the center has added better locks and security cameras.
Peace Arch, a Toronto-based distribution center, has been operating in Fort Mill for about two years.
Civil War-era cannonball found in Broad River
COLUMBIA -- A 6-pound cannonball found in the Broad River this week likely was fired by Confederate troops in the effort to slow Gen. William T. Sherman's march on the city 144 years ago this week.
Wednesday's discovery of the cannonball was announced Friday by the S.C. Confederate Relic Room and Military Museum.
The museum plans to conserve the cannonball -- which contained no explosives -- to stabilize it from corrosion, museum director Allen Roberson said.
The museum didn't reveal who found the cannonball or the circumstances around its discovery. But it noted that artifacts in state waterways are covered under the S.C. Underwater Antiquities Act, which means they are the property of the state.