Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office monthly report

The following report covers the month of March for the Spartanburg Sheriff’s office.

 

March 10

Campobello, Landrum Mill Road and N Pacolet Road, Arrest Report, Alcohol Offense.

Campobello, Goodjoin Road, Incident Report, Automobile Theft.

March 12

Campobello, Highland Hills Drive, Arrest Report, Domestic Violence.

March 13

Campobello, Foster Road and Highway 9, Arrest Report, Traffic Stop.

Campobello, Compton Bridge Road, Incident Report, Information.

March 15

Campobello, Haynes Morrow Drive, Incident Report, Vandalism.

March 17

Campobello, Highway 357, Incident Report, Domestic Nonviolence.

March 19

Landrum, Brookwood Creek Drive, Incident Report, Agency Assist.

Campobello, Wicklow Road, Incident Report, Domestic Violence.

March 24

Campobello, Cinnamon Ridge Drive, Incident Report, Domestic Violence.

March 31

Landrum, Walker Drive, Incident Report, Domestic Non-Violence.

 

– Compiled from staff reports

News

Former Polk County teacher found guilty of indecent liberties with a student

Community

Landrum Council reviews proposed budget, potential property tax increase sparks debate

Community

Tryon Fire Department responds to fuel spill on N. Trade St.

News

High-speed motorcycle chase ends with fatality

News

Landrum woman dies after crash on North Blackstock Rd.

News

Polk County man sentenced to 21 years for child pornography scheme

Columbus

St. Luke’s Hospital exploring new partnership with AdventHealth

News

Man arrested in connection to shooting in Tryon

Community

Public hearing on Polk County budget scheduled for Monday

Community

Nashville’s Alice Wallace wraps up TFAC’s Amphitheater Series

Community

Tryon Town Council meets to review budget, plans key community projects

Community

Polk County declares third week of May as ‘EMS Week’

Community

Death investigation underway after body found near Landrum

Community

Columbus fire chief asks town council for tax increase

Community

Runoff elections for Republican primaries come to a close

Community

Polk County Board of Commissioners discuss 2024-2025 budget

Community

Polk County launches community listening sessions in response to the opioid epidemic

Community

Pea Ridge man found not guilty in Polk County shooting

News

Landrum dogs declared vicious, owner ordered to cover expenses

News

Continuing our travelogue

Arts

TACS to host ‘Penland Pottery Pilgrimage’

Community

Local film production crew begins shooting documentary at Outer Banks

Community

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News

Laughter pleads guilty to involuntary manslaughter in shooting death of Talia Petoia