With assistance from the Orangeburg Department of Public Safety, investigators from the South Carolina Department of Revenue recently arrested a 54-year-old Midlands man on charges that he prepared fraudulent tax returns between 2008 and 2012. According to the most recent reports, the tax preparer is in custody the Orangeburg-Calhoun Regional Detention Center and waiting for a bond hearing.
Almost everyone has access to a computer nowadays whether it is at home or at work. There are times when a person may need to bring their work computer home to finish some tasks that cannot be completed on their personal computer. Although this is viewed as a typical and innocent action, his or her employer may view it negatively.
Drunk driving is a serious offense anywhere in the United States. South Carolina laws do not tolerate drunk driving and law enforcers are committed to curbing offenders because of traffic safety risks. For such a reason, a drunk driving charge carries serious penalties, such as a license suspension and revocation, jail sentence and substantial fines. The extent of penalties depends on several factors, including injuries, damages, blood alcohol content level and repeat offenses.
Most people have access to a computer nowadays and it is easy to connect with a stranger through the Internet. Everyone in Columbia, South Carolina should be cautious because he or she could end up as a front for Internet crimes.