Trial of former North Augusta officer charged in unarmed man's shooting death moved to January

Jack Swerling, the attorney for Justin Craven, confirmed the move to Edgefield County's next term of court Wednesday, attributing it to a normal flow of court cases and nothing related specifically to his client's case.

North Augusta conference to inform churches about active shooter situations

Local churches can learn how to prepare for an "active shooter scenario."

North Augusta woman found dead in Savannah River

NORTH AUGUSTA -- A woman was found dead Tuesday morning in the Savannah River.

Suspect in North Augusta shooting was reprimanded in April for playing with a firearm

A former Aiken County jailer accused of fatally shooting his wife Saturday was reprimanded by the department in April for playing with a firearm.

Report details scene of fatal shooting at Aiken County deputy's residence

...the home where the victim was discovered in a bathtub.According to an incident report released by the North Augusta Department of Public Safety on Monday, officers arrived at 1901 Coulter Drive about 7:40 p.m. Satuday. The initial 911 call...

New North Augusta fire station opens

Dozens joined the North Augusta Department of Public Safety on Sunday in celebrating the opening of Station No. 3, the department's newest building at 692 Belvedere-Clearwater Road.

Aiken County authorities arrest robbery suspect

A man suspected in armed robberies in North Augusta and Aiken on Thursday has been apprehended, police said.

Officer's gun charge advances to grand jury

Justin Craven, 26, was charged in April with felony discharging a firearm into a vehicle in the killing of Ernest Satterwhite, 68, after a grand jury decided to not indict him on voluntary manslaughter in August.

Man arrested in North Augusta after police chase

A 49-year-old man was arrested following a police chase Thursday that began in Richmond County and ended in a wooded field in North Augusta.

3 North Augusta teens arrested for vandalism

The North Augusta Department of Public Safety has arrested three 17-year-olds whose spray painting spree caused more than $10,000 worth damage over the weekend.