HCSO PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE JANUARY 17, 2017

 

AYER AWARDED 2016 HCSO PATROLMAN OF THE YEAR

 

Deputy Justin Ayer was recently awarded the 2016 HCSO Patrolman of the Year. Dep. Ayer was nominated by his peers from the HCSO Road Patrol Division. The award was presented by the Road Patrol Division Supervisor, Sgt. Craig Smith and Sheriff T.C. Smalls.

 

Dep. Ayer has been in law enforcement for two and a half years, starting his career as a Reserve Officer with the Town of Cottageville, SC. Ayer, a graduate of the SCCJA, Ayer is a Class I officer who also holds certifications as a Basic Instructor, Speed Measurement Device Instructor, Data Master Instructor and Standard Field Sobriety Testing.

 

Sgt. Smith recognized Dep. Ayer for his leadership role and dedication to the Road Patrol Division. Sheriff Smalls also thanked Ayer for his support to the Hampton County Sheriff’s Office and for setting a fine example for others to follow.

 

 

Hampton County Sheriff's Office Press Release For Immediate Release 

 January 12, 2017

OFFICIALS SEEK PUBLIC'S HELP IN IDENTIFYING CONFISCATED PROPERTY

 

Officers with the Hampton County Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigations Division is seeking the public's help in identifying the owner of a utility trailer that was recently confiscated during a HCSO Law Enforcement Operation and may have been stolen. Anyone with any information or verification of ownership should contact the HCSO or HCSO Criminal Investigations Division at (803) 914-2200, the HCSO Tip Line at (866) 942-1120 or email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

 

 

 

Hampton County Sheriff's Office Press Release For Immediate Release

January 3, 2017

 

HAMPTON MAN CHARGED WITH MURDER

 

On 12/30/16, officers with the Hampton County Sheriff’s Office responded to a shooting that had occurred at 107 Lanes Loop in Hampton, SC. Upon arrival to the incident, the victim, Reginald “Reggie” James, 44, of Estill, had been transported by EMS to Hampton Regional Medical Center, where he later died. Suspect, Marvin Lamar Singletary, 43, of Hampton, later turned himself into law enforcement. The shooting incident stemmed from an altercation between Marvin Singletary and his cousin, Reginald James at a family gathering proceeding a funeral service for another family member. Marvin Lamar Singletary was arrested on 12/31/16 and charged with Murder. Anyone with information pertaining to this case please contact the HCSO at (803) 914-2200 or the HCSO Tip Line at (866) 942-1120 or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Callers may remain anonymous.