A 33-year-old Rock Hill man has been charged with trafficking crack cocaine and other drug offenses after authorities say he sold the drug at his home, according to a news release from the county’s drug unit.
A Rock Hill woman – whose relative reported her to police this week, accusing her of abusing her 11-year-old son – has been charged with cruelty to children after officers learned she punched the boy and threw a shoe at him, according to police records.
The former York police officer accused of such severe violence against his infant son that the child is blind and might never recover will be allowed to get a job and go to church as he awaits trial – but he still can’t have contact with the baby’s mother, a judge said Thursday.
A Rock Hill man accused of head-butting and injuring his girlfriend on Wednesday night later tried to pull away from a police officer during his arrest and injured the officer, according to police records.
None of the six North Carolina Bloods gang members charged with murder and conspiracy in connection with the shooting deaths of a Lake Wylie couple will be prosecuted in York County because only those directly involved in the killings could have faced the death penalty under S.C. law.
Police in York knew since February of the intentions of a 16-year-old, who wanted to join ISIS in Syria and also was a part of a plot to rob a gun store and possibly harm American soldiers. No information was released about the case until the teen pleaded guilty Tuesday to make sure that the investigation could continue and that there was no other threat to public safety, said the York Police Chief and mayor.
Rock Hill, SC, police are investigating a break-in at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Saluda Road. A burglar reportedly gained access to the church by breaking out a window and caused an estimated $600 in damages inside.
The check cashing business was robbed at gunpoint April 13. Clover police charged the alleged gunman last week and now have charged a second man accused of helping in the crime. Both suspects are in jail.
A 16-year-old Muslim boy from York – who was “seduced” by the terrorist group ISIS and plotted to kill American troops in North Carolina – will spend up to the next five years in a juvenile prison after he was sentenced Tuesday on a gun charge.
Rock Hill Police on Tuesday charged a 28-year-old man with breaking into the Masjid-al-Salaam Islamic Center mosque. The daytime burglary happened last Friday. At his bond hearing, the suspect told a judge he never had a job and has “hustled and stole” all his life.
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