A woman reported to the Camden police Department that she bought a few items at the self-checkout at the Wal-Mart on W. Dekalb Street and asked for $80 cash back. She forgot to grab the cash, and she said she told loss prevention about it. Loss prevention reviewed the incident on camera. The video shows that there were two males in line behind her, and one of the males took the money.
After a recent Insurance Services Office (ISO) evaluation, Buffalo-Mt. Pisgah Fire Department's current ISO rating of 7 will be dropping to an ISO rating of 5 effective November 1, 2016. This rating applies to any home or business within five road miles of either the Buffalo-Mt. Pisgah Fire Station, located at 5203 Mt. Pisgah Rd, Kershaw or the Gates Ford Fire Station, located at 4364 Bethune Road, Bethune. The decrease normally results in lower insurance premiums for area residents and local businesses, but owners should consult with their insurance provider to see if they qualify for the savings, B-MP ...
Camden Police Department officers responded to an armed robbery call at about 1:45 p.m. July 13 at a laundry located at Chesnut and Gordon Streets. When they arrived, they spoke with the complainant, who told them he was sitting inside the business when a subject about six feet tall wearing all black, a "Scream" mask, gloves and carrying a black handgun entered the business and told the complainant he wanted the (cash) box.
On July 15, 2016 Deputy John Carter graduated from the SC Criminal Justice Academy Basic Law Enforcement Class 650 where he received the Clifford A. Moyer marksmanship award for being top shooter in his class. Carter graduated as a Class I certified law enforcement officer along with 54 officers from around the state.