Chief Terrence Green is providing a final update to the early morning shooting death investigation in the Mallard Lakes neighborhood on August 16, 2022, as the 11th Circuit Solicitor’s Office has reviewed this case and has ruled it as a justifiable homicide. It was found that the male victim actedContinue Reading

On August 7th, 2022, Corporal Charles Black and Patrolman Vincent Silano responded to a shooting incident. Upon arrival, officers located a victim with a gunshot wound to the leg that was bleeding profusely. Officers assisted by applying a tourniquet to the victim’s leg which stopped the bleeding while E.M.S. responded.Continue Reading

Today, around 2:10 pm, two ATM contract workers for the First Citizens Bank located at 945 Lake Murray Boulevard were robbed.  The victims were doing work on the ATM for the bank.  During the robbery, one of the victims was pepper sprayed.  Two suspects (one male, one female) approached theContinue Reading

The Richland County Fire Marshal’s Office was recognized for earning the Fire Safe SC Community designation during the recent Fire Rescue Conference in Myrtle Beach. The award represents outstanding efforts in fire prevention, including training, data collection and fewer home fires. It also recognizes the County’s fire alarm installation programContinue Reading

The Richland County Sheriff’s Department’s RESERVE DEPUTY PROGRAM recruiting for 2023 class By W. Thomas Smith Jr. More than two decades ago (2001), Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott established the Richland County Sheriff’s Department’s (RCSD) Reserve Deputy Program as a means of augmenting patrol units with added personnel. Though trainedContinue Reading

Malik Canty turned himself into the police earlier this morning. Irmo Police Department had obtained arrest warrants for Malik Rashoid Canty (25) of Columbia, SC, for Burglary 1 st , Attempted Murder, Kidnapping, Domestic Violence of a High and Aggravated Nature and Possession of a Weapon During the Commission ofContinue Reading

IFD is pleased to have been recognized by the State Fire Marshal’s Office for meeting all the requirements to become a 2022 Fire Safe SC Community Designation. We were honored to receive this designation at the annual State Fire-Rescue Conference this past June. This marks our 3rd consecutive year as aContinue Reading