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Clemson defensive tackle Demonte Capehart had his best season on the field in 2023, finishing with 15 total tackles, two sacks and one forced fumble.

Clemson DT arrested for gun charge, suspended from team activities

Justin Robertson, Associate Editor February 15, 2024
A Clemson defensive tackle was arrested on Clemson's campus on Feb. 6 for unlawfully possession a firearm on university grounds.
CUPD investigating catalytic converter theft on campus

CUPD investigating catalytic converter theft on campus

Kailyn Kelly, Asst. News Editor February 1, 2024
Clemson University Police Department is investigating the theft of several catalytic converters.
Chief of Police Jorge Campos said last year that fake IDs are a “prolific” problem in Clemson.

Clemson PD receives funding for fake ID scanners

Justin Robertson, Associate Editor January 25, 2024
More accurate fake ID scanners are coming to the area after City Council approves Clemson PD funding initiative.
Several types of drugs, including suspected marijuana, fentanyl, LSD and mushrooms, were found at the scene.

Clemson man arrested in big drug bust

Kailyn Kelly, Asst. News Editor December 6, 2023

An anonymous tip led to the arrest of a Clemson man on multiple drug charges late last month after the City of Clemson Police Department seized pounds of illegal substances. On Nov. 29, city police...

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Littered napkin leads to attempted ‘kidnapping’ by Clemson employee

Kailyn Kelly, Senior Reporter October 26, 2023

Two Clemson employees got into an altercation over a littered napkin last month that ultimately led to one employee fearing for his life, according to an incident report obtained by The Tiger. A team...

Four thousand pounds of peaches were stolen by two South Carolina locals.

Two SC locals steal 4,000 pounds of Clemson peaches

Kailyn Kelly, Senior Reporter September 7, 2023

Clemson University’s fruit research facility lost 4,000 pounds of peaches to an act of grand larceny this past August. On Aug. 22, the Oconee County Sheriff's Office responded to a call regarding...

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