Joined 2 years ago from Myrtle Beach
Chevis currently lives in Myrtle Beach, SC with his wife and 3 children. He started his law enforcement career in 2002 with the City of Sumter Police Department, where he quickly moved up to become the youngest person to achieve the rank of Detective at the age of 23. Initially, he was assigned to the Forgery and Fraud division which is commonly referred to as White Collar Crime, and then transferred to the Violent Crimes Division. During this time, he was responsible for investigating a multitude of crimes including Homicides, Robberies, and Sexual Assaults. After leaving Sumter, Chevis worked a short period with Conway Police Department before transferring to the Surfside Beach Police Department.
Chevis is now retired from Law Enforcement and spends much of his time enjoying the outdoors with his family.
6 weeks ago
A family celebrating Halloween comes face to face with their worst fears as one of their children's lives is taken in the blink of an eye.
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