Freddie Pough Resigning From Juvenile Justice Director Role


(Columbia,SC) -- South Carolina's Juvenile Justice Director is resigning. 

Governor McMaster announced Tuesday that Freddie Pough would be stepping down after serving in the role for more than four years. 

Pough has been criticized by lawmakers, with SLED and the DOA ordered to reform the department's policies. 

Eden Hendrick will serve as Acting Director for the Department of Juvenile Justice until a permanent leader is nominated and confirmed.


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