A popular beach destination heads into the busy season short staffed at the Department of Public Safety. This sleepy beach town balloons into a popular beach destination with roughly a million visitors every year.
A Lowcountry couple left their car with valet at a local hot spot and got it back with more than $6,000 in damage. The wreck happened in the parking lot of a downtown hotel on February 24th. Frustrated from dealing with insurance and reimbursements for the repairs, the family called Count on 2 investigator Rebecca Collett.
A Lowcountry woman dropped her car off at the local AAMCO shop for repairs, and three weeks later she got a call it was involved in a drunk driving wreck. The car had been stolen by the repair shop mechanic, but the Summerville AAMCO wouldn't pay for the damages. That's why the car owner called Collett.
MOUNT PLEASANT S.C. (WCBD) - What started as a strike, and push to get a raise for teachers in West Virginia is spreading across the country, but the fight for higher wages is not as simple as it sounds, and the root of it goes back about a decade.
Getting two cabinets and a wine fridge has taken a Lowcountry woman more than eight months. When her attempts to get resolution through the big box store failed, she called Count on 2 investigator, Rebecca Collett.