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South Carolina men face multiple charges after meth arrest

A South Carolina court set the bond for two alleged methamphetamine, or "meth," manufacturers at $300,000 and $400,000. Police claim that the two men made the meth in an upstairs room at a Ravenel residence using a soda bottle. It is not clear if either of the men have obtained criminal defense representation in the case, however reports have indicated the two have admitted to committing crimes.

Accused South Carolina robbers used mace spray on woman

Non-lethal weapons can be used by criminals for offense as well as defense. Last week, police arrested two men from Richland County, South Carolina for spraying a woman in the face with mace. The spraying took place in the course of an alleged robbery, said to have been perpetrated in front of the Wal-Mart on Two Notch Road. The victim reported that on September 9, one of the two men approached her in the parking lot and asked her for directions to Farrow Road. As she went over to his car to give him directions, the second man came and attacked her from behind.

South Carolina kidnapping suspect refuses to cooperate

Police claim to have apprehended the kidnapper of a South Carolina teen. The girl is still missing and the suspect has not volunteered any helpful information, according to previous reports in the same online publication. It is unclear whether the suspect has obtained criminal defense counsel in the case.

University of South Carolina has its biggest data breach yet

The University of South Carolina recently suffered a hacker attack that may have put up to 34,000 people's personal information at risk. The stolen information includes names, addresses and social security numbers, exposing victims to possible identify theft or other Internet crimes.

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