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Rock Hill police video shows officer nearly run down by drug suspect

Police video played in court shows Rock Hill Lt. Tony Breeden being nearly run over by a car driven by Jeremy Jackson, 24, who pleaded guilty to assault and battery and failure to stop for blue lights in the November 2015 incident. Breeden said it was the only time in his police career that he feared for his safety.

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Woman accused of burying dead baby in Rock Hill yard talks to judge

Tara Ostrowski received three years of probation and drug treatment after burying her dead baby in her Rock Hill yard. She is back in jail after allegedly violating probation with guns and ammunition in her home.
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Woman accused of burying dead baby in Rock Hill yard talks to judge 0:58

Woman accused of burying dead baby in Rock Hill yard talks to judge

Rock Hill police video shows officer nearly run down by drug suspect 1:45

Rock Hill police video shows officer nearly run down by drug suspect

Burglars use car to smash into Fort Mill gun shop 0:52

Burglars use car to smash into Fort Mill gun shop

York Co. man asks judge for mercy after leaving 4 kids in truck 1:23

York Co. man asks judge for mercy after leaving 4 kids in truck