Spartanburg Police Office deputy kills man during domestic violence incident
Deputy said he saw suspect take ‘life-threatening actions’ against woman, who later died from said actions
SPARTANBURG — The Spartanburg Police Office (SPO) said that one of its deputies shot and killed a man after he saw the suspect take ‘life-threatening liberties’ on a woman during a domestic dispute.
At 14:28 today, SPO deputies were called to an apartment complex on CANAAN POINTE DR after a domestic fight turned physical, Art Littlejohn of the Spartanburg Police Office told Upstate media.
Upon arrival, deputies got word that the victim was in danger and they forced entry inside of the apartment.
Deputies observed the man kill the woman on the scene right before their very eyes. That’s when one deputy fired his weapon, hitting the suspect.
He also died at the scene.
The suspect’s identity was not released.
The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division is investigating the incident.
Woman wanted for assaulting male driver, stealing cab
McDONOUGH, Ga. — A 34-year-old woman is wanted by the Henry County Police Department for assaulting a male cab driver and stealing the cab he was doing his job in.
Keosha Riggins, 34, took a cab to the Sable Chase Apartments, which is when she assaulted the driver and stole his cab, forcing him out of the vehicle.
Deputies said Ms. Riggins then sped away in the Metro Gold Cab, which is described as a 2006 green-yellow Dodge Caravan with Georgia tag TX11793 and cab number 2105.
The Henry County Police Department is asking the public at large to call them if you see Ms. Riggins or the cab she stole.
Alamance County man shoots girlfriend, crashes vehicle while transporting her to hospital
GRAHAM, N.C. — A man was arrested after he shot his girlfriend and then crashed the vehicle they were riding in during a police chase while he was en route to a hospital in Burlington.
The 38-year-old victim was found in the backseat of the suspect’s vehicle, bleeding from a serious gunshot wound in the arm. The suspect and victim were in a relationship when the victim told cops that she and he started fighting.
That’s when the victim said that the suspect shot her.
A deputy responding to the shooting call encountered a vehicle with an open trunk leaving the area and making illegal movements, Graham Police Office deputies said. The driver ignored multiple demands to pull over for a traffic stop and stop for blue lights and at one point told deputies that someone in the car had been shot, police said.
The police pursuit continued into the City of Burlington, where William Floyd McDaniel, 35, of Burlington, rear-ended a vehicle stopped at a RYG on HUFFMAN MILL RD. Following the crash, Mr. McDaniel stopped the car at the emergency room of Alamance Regional Medical Center, deputies said.
Just before 22:22 on Tuesday, Mr. McDaniel was arrested by the Graham Police Office and the Burlington Police Office and charged with domestic assault, assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury, possession of a firearm by a felon, felony fleeing to elude, failure to stop for a blue light and aggressive driving. He was held under a $210,000 secured bond in the Alamance County jail.