Sheriff Lee Boan said he is excited to have an automated fingerprint identification system in house that could help solve cases faster.
KERSHAW COUNTY, S.C. — The Kershaw County Sheriff’s Office has received new technology that could help investigations move faster, all because deputies have new equipment right at their fingertips.
“We can literally leave a crime scene, run it and within minutes possibly get a hit,” Kershaw County Sheriff Lee Boan said.
Boan is excited to have an automated fingerprint identification system in house.
“The way we were doing it up until now, we would send it off to the state, and then they would have to prioritize it with every other submission of finger prints throughout…