The Kincannon saga continues…
Unlike California, which a two-party state when it comes to secretly recording people, (unless one feels one’s life is in danger) the State of South Carolina is a one-party state. Meaning only one party needs to be advised taping is happening. Generally, that would be the person taping. :)
Turns out Ashley Kincannon has been secretly recording her husband. More specifically, her husband’s threats to make her miserable because she’s not doing what he wants.
One of many earlier Todd Kincannon freakouts was reported a few day’s ago, (here) which brought an official police response.
But an official police response is also the bad news
South Carolina’s husband - wife murder rate is quite high. Second in the nation, high. (Only Alaska is higher.)
So while Lexington County Sheriff officials might have a wide-range of choices to consider charging Todd Kincannon with, and although the original report listed an assault; the question is: police work is not considered a given.
However, at least Todd provided the ground work with their previous fight, ending with Ashley’s escape, covered earlier.