Article Archive for 12 April 2018
With neighboring Pickens County beginning the process of building a new detention center, Oconee County Sheriff’s Office captain Steve Pruitt has some words of wisdom for those worried about exceeding capacity — law enforcement isn’t a baseball movie.
Pickens County’s new jail will require more than two dozen employees to address a higher number of inmates, according to chief deputy Creed Hashe.
When the Pickens County School Board voted in 2011 to officially name the district’s new career center, it was then-chairman B.J. Skelton who made the recommendation.