The sign hung on the bridge on Hillpine Drive in Simpsonville. (Source: iWitness)
SIMPSONVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) -
A woman has been arrested after Simpsonville police said she admitted to hanging a banner on a bridge, which asked the newly reinstated Simpsonville Police Chief Keith Grounsell to give up his back pay to fix the recently closed bridge.
"Chief Grounsell give up back pay to fix our bridge," the banner, which has since been removed, said on the bridge on Hillpine Drive in Simpsonville.
According to police, Dixie Nance admitted to placing the banner on the bridge.
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