Arrest warrants signed by both High and Judge Isaac L. Pyatt, show that High is accused of engaging in a pattern of "intentional, substantial and unreasonable intrusion into the private life" of the victim, after a restraining order was signed by a family court judge.Innocent until proven guilty of course. SLED stands for "S.C. Law Enforcement Division."
One warrant shows that High is accused of repeatedly making phone calls, sending e-mail and sending letters to and driving past the victim's place of employment, as well as following the victim, between Aug. 2 and Oct. 28, 2006.
Can "the system" protect you, when you need protection from the people in that system? Arresting the chief of police in his own jursidiction is a tricky proposition to say the least.