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Our new series “Behind The Tape” will dive into the work the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office does to solve cases and bring justice.  Ever since Sheriff Hobart Lewis took office, one of his main goals was to be transparent with the community he serves.  He wanted a way to provide answers and give the public an in-depth look at what goes on behind solving a crime. With that, Behind The Tape was created.  We present our first episode called “Unmasking A Serial Killer”.  In just under 30 minutes, you will get a front-row seat to how GCSO and partnering agencies were able to hunt down a serial killer after he took the life of Edna Suttles from Travelers Rest.

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How would you like to be first on the line to get people the help they desperately need? 📞We are looking to grow our team of hard working essential dispatchers. If the information below sounds good to you, call Master Deputy Dirton at 864-467-5122, Master Deputy Bowers at 864-467-5585, or Sergeant Smith at 864-467-5108 and come join our rockstar team! ... See MoreSee Less
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‼️ HOMICIDE ARRESTS ‼️(GREENVILLE, SC) - Investigators with the G.C.S.O. Homicide Unit have made three arrests in connection with the September 23rd shooting that left a person dead and two others injured.The shooting occurred in the parking lot of World Cup Billiards, located at 6119 White horse road. As of yesterday afternoon, Deputies with the Greenville County Sheriff's Office F.A.S.I.T. team arrested all three suspects. Vondelta Hakheem Ballenger (26), Felton Davon Smith (31), and Steven Huntley Currie (27) are all facing charges of Murder, Possession of a Weapon during a Violent Crime, Criminal Conspiracy, two counts of 1st degree Assault & Battery, and two counts of Assault & Battery of a High & Aggravated Nature.During the investigation, investigators learned that on the evening of September 23rd, the suspects went to World Cup Billiards, where they spotted the victim, 23-year-old Treveion Anderson. Investigators believe at least one of the suspects had a longstanding grudge against the victim, and when the victim spotted them, he retreated to his car. Investigators believe the suspects went outside to approach the victim, at which time the victim got out of his vehicle, and when he did so, the suspects opened fire, striking him and two unrelated bystanders in the process. After being shot, Anderson was escorted by non-EMS personnel to the hospital; however, the bullet-riddled vehicle became inoperable near W. Faris Rd and W. Simpson Street, where it pulled over. EMS was called to that location where Mr. Anderson was pronounced deceased.The unintended bystanders were also taken to the hospital to receive treatment for their injuries. Investigators learned that the two bystanders were shielding other passengers in their vehicle (all in the same car) when they were struck, which resulted in the charges of Assault and Battery 1st degree against the protected victims.Ballenger, Smith, and Currie remain in the Greenville County Detention Center on no bond. ... See MoreSee Less
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