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Tega Cay is a city located in York County, South Carolina. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 4,044. (More Info and Source) Tega Cay Real Estate

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Tega Cay Area News

4 brothers sentenced in decade-long sexual abuse case

Four brothers from a family of eight who face charges, including rape and incest, in connection with a decade-long sexual abuse case have been sentenced.

Multiple news outlets report investigators say six brothers abused a girl at their home in Hertford, North Carolina, starting when she was 4. She is now 17.

The brothers, ages 28 and 23, pleaded guilty Thursday to first-degree sex offenses and were sentenced to 12 -15 years in prison. A 20-year-old pleaded guilty to incest and a 22-year-old pleaded no contest. Both were sentenced to 20 months to two years.

Another brother goes to court July 20. A sixth brother hasn't accepted a plea deal. The brothers' parents are jailed on felony sex abuse charges.

Fri, 22 May 2015 07:01:28 -0400

5 Things to Know for Friday

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Friday.

 

COLD CASE: Monroe man finds closure in sister’s death 42 years later

A Monroe man said the last time he saw his sister was when he told her goodbye at school one morning in 1973. For 42 years, he searched for his sister and recently saw a sketch that looked like her online. When he followed this lead, he found closure in his decades-long search.
 

Boy Scouts' president: Gay leader ban 'cannot be sustained'

The Boy Scouts national president, Robert Gates, urged the organization Thursday to let local troops decide if they want to allow gay adults as leaders. Some councils in New York City already defy the Scouts' current ban on gay adult participation. The policy will not change at the national meeting, Gates said.

 

Teen meets American soldier who saved her from Saddam Hussein

When a woman found herself on Saddam Hussein’s kill list, the U.S. agreed to help her escape. At the border, she was told she could exit the country, but her baby girl could not. An American soldier pretended that the baby was related to him and both mother and daughter settled in Atlanta, Georgia. Click here to read about the soldier’s reunion with the family he saved.

 

Suspect in killings of wealthy DC family arrested

A man was arrested Thursday in connection to the slayings of a wealthy D.C. family and their housekeeper, officials said. Last week, three of the four victims were stabbed before the mansion was set on fire. During the investigation, DNA was found on a pizza crust from a Domino’s pizza someone ordered to the house that day, according to the Washington Post. Click here to learn more about the man charged in the case.

 

Holiday weekend weather

It is a perfect start to Memorial Day weekend with plenty of sunshine and no rain in sight for at least the next several days. We will get a little relief from the heat with highs in the mid-70s, which is about 10 degrees cooler than Thursday. Watch the full forecast here.

Fri, 22 May 2015 06:06:41 -0400

Elephant selfie goes viral

The ever-wise elephant is technologically savvy, too, apparently.

Christian LeBlanc, 22, discovered this while studying abroad in Thailand two months ago. He and his girlfriend were on Koh Phangan Island when they "came across a couple of elephants." They fed the lot of animals with a 50-cent basket of bananas, he said, but the elephants wanted more food.

After getting "touchy" trying to find more food, the elephant eventually got a hold of LeBlanc's GoPro, which was still shooting.

Although LeBlanc said he can't officially take credit for the photo (that belongs to the elephant), he did say, "The result was world's first ever 'Elphie.'"

Just had an article written about my #elphie (elephant selfie, clever I know) in the Daily Mail and the Mirror UK 💁🏼 UPDATE: It's now everywhere! You can't hide !

A photo posted by Christian LeBlanc (@christian_leblanc) on


Fri, 22 May 2015 05:56:10 -0400

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