Steve Denton was formerly a narcotics and vice squad officer in the Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Department.He worked his way in to homicide investigations before he retired from law enforcement.After college, he went straight to work at the Sheriff’s Department in his hometown, and after retiring with two decades of law enforcement on his resume, he entered the Charleston School of Law, receiving his Juris Doctor in 2010. “I have looked up to John White since 1985, and I have watched him work throughout my career as he practiced defense law,” Steve says.He was admitted to the South Carolina State Bar that same year. “That is who I wanted to be like.” Steve is proud of the years of experience he earned during his years in law enforcement, and little surprises him anymore.Meagan’s mother, who lives in Spartanburg, reported her missing on Dec.
Kevin Bobo, spokesman for the Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office. 10 and charged with unauthorized solicitation and giving false information to police. 18 and charged with child neglect, according to court records. Stay connected to Spartanburg’s conveniences, just minutes away from Downtown Spartanburg and just around the corner from Hillcrest Shopping Center. When you choose to live here you will enjoy one-of-a-kind features like original hardwood flooring dating back to 1902, expansive mill windows and soaring 17 foot tall natural wood ceilings with over 68 unique floor plans to fit your personal style. and create a stronger, united community with us; a community where you are encouraged to know your neighbor and commune with nature.Drayton Mill is ideally situated to Live, Work and Play.