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Fallen SC Trooper Laid to Rest

Greenville, SC (WOLO)– A fallen South Carolina Trooper was laid to rest Sunday. Funeral arrangements were underway for Trooper Daniel Rebman. Funeral services were held at Founder’s Memorial Auditorium, also on the Bob Jones campus. In lieu of flowers the department says donations can be made to the Trooper Kieth Rebman Memorial Fund at any First Citizens Location in South…

SC Highway Patrol Hosting Recruitment Fairs

COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO)– State Troopers are looking for some new recruits. South Carolina Highway Patrol recruiters are travelling the state this month to host recruitment fairs. According to officials, the SCHP Recruiters will discuss each of  the employment steps. Here’s the information. • Information on Training at the Criminal Justice Academy • Each session begins at 6:00 p.m. at the…

SC Troopers Kick off Safety Campaign

COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO)– Slow down, that’s the message from South Carolina Troopers as they launch a new safety campaign. ‘Operations Southern Shield’ kicked off Monday at the State House. According to the SC Department of Public Safety, from July 17 to July 23, law enforcement serving the Southeastern states of South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Florida, and Tennessee are mobilizing to increase…

DUI Enforcement Honors

COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO)– The men and women who keep South Carolina’s Highways safe were honored Tuesday for their DUI Enforcement efforts. The Department of Public Safety held its annual DUI Recognition ceremony. The event honors officers of the year in several categories, from several different agencies. Categories: Local News, News, State Tags: Sc Highway Patrol

SC Trooper of the Year

COLUMBIA, SC (WOLO)– Going above and beyond the call of Duty. A longtime South Carolina Highway Patrolman has been named SC Trooper of the Year. Lance Corporal Kenneth Small was honored for his life saving efforts. Small saved the life of a Five year old girl who was having a seizure back in January. Watch the video of the incident…

Watch : Remembering Loved Ones

Columbia,S.C., –(WOLO) South Carolina highway patrol officers came together for their annual memorial service honoring some of the more than 9 hundred people killed in traffic fatalities last year alone. Click here to find out how loved ones left behind and law enforcement honored the memory of those who lost their lives. Categories: News Tags: killed, memorial, Rochelle Dean, Sc…