Crime Report – July 7, 2017

Kershaw County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO) County deputies and S.C. Highway Patrol troopers arrested Derius Mykeyon Toney, 21, of Belmont Drive, Sumter, after he tried to pull a gun on them at a safety check point late Sunday night at the intersection of Porter Crossroads and Fort Jackson Road south of I-20 near Elgin.

According to a KCSO report, a trooper dealing with Toney at the checkpoint flagged down a deputy who then heard the trooper — who had grabbed Toney’s wrists — tell him to stop reaching for what appeared to be a gun. The deputy assisted by opening the driver’s door and grabbing Toney out of the vehicle while telling him to stop reaching in his pocket. Once he got Toney out of the vehicle, Toney allegedly tried to hit the deputy, at which point the deputy, with assistance from another deputy and the trooper, took Toney to the ground.

During this part of the altercation, Toney reportedly kept saying he wasn’t doing anything wrong, wanted to talk to his lawyer and wanted his mother. Deputies reported that Toney continued to fight them and the trooper on the ground, during which he allegedly kept reaching for his front left pocket. When the trooper and deputies managed to get Toney handcuffed and under control, they rolled him over and found a small compact chrome and pearl .25 caliber pistol underneath him.

When deputies tried to put Toney into a patrol car, he allegedly began fighting again. It took two troopers and another deputy to get him in the patrol car, during which one of the deputies used a Taser twice to control Toney. During a search of Toney’s vehicle, deputies found 1.7 grams of marijuana in the center console and a half-empty bottle of tequila.

They also found Toney in possession of more than £1,100 cash. When they arrived at the Kershaw County Detention Center, one of the deputies watched a jail officer empty Toney’s pockets, which revealed four full metal jacket bullets. The deputy then went back to his patrol car and found two more full metal jacket bullets in the back seat where Toney had been sitting.

According to online court and jail records, deputies charged Toney with unlawful carrying of a weapon, resisting arrest with a deadly weapon, simple possession of marijuana and transporting alcohol in a motor vehicle with a broken seal. Toney left jail later that day after posting a total bond of £20,863. The KCSO reported the following other recent incidents:

Kershaw County deputies arrested Tiondre Ezell Williams, 21, of Beech Lane, Elgin, on June 20 in connection with an incident reported in January and on two new charges. On Jan.

19, a deputy responded to a call on Wildwood Lane about a suspect — later identified as Williams — driving a Polaris Ranger “side by side” vehicle in a ditch and almost hitting some children getting off on a school bus. The officer drove down Smyrna Road and saw the Polaris Ranger on Beech Lane, but when he got there, it was gone.

A young boy said Williams had gone behind the house and then ran on foot. The deputy checked out the Polaris Ranger and learned it had been stolen out of Clarendon County. The deputy then spoke to Williams’ mother who reportedly said he had shown up with it that day, claiming to have purchased it from two boys.

According to online court records, when deputies arrested Williams again on June 20, it was on one count each of possession with intent to distribute within proximity of a school and the manufacture or possession of a Schedule I, II or III controlled substance. They also charged him at that time with receiving stolen goods between £2,000 and £10,000, in connection with the Polaris Ranger. Online county jail records indicate Williams is still being held on a bond revocation warrant issued by the KCSO.

Around 11 p.m. July 4, a deputy responded to a Jubilee Court, Elgin residence in response to a civil disturbance over fireworks between neighbors, one of whom had a firearm. Upon arrival, the deputy saw a 30-year-old woman standing in a driveway holding a black and tan AR-15-style rifle, which she then placed against a wall and walked away from.

The deputy reported that a man across the street was shouting at the woman while he had a semi-automatic pistol in his waistband. After securing that man’s pistol, the deputy returned to the woman who’d had the rifle and another woman and man in the driveway with her. The deputy secured two .40 caliber handguns from the porch, both of which were loaded with one round each.

The rifle did not have a round chambered when the deputy secured it. The woman kept screaming at the man across the street, so the deputy detained her in handcuffs. She said she was a military veteran with a small child and that she had asked nicely earlier for the people across the street to stop shooting fireworks because they were scaring her child.

The deputy arrested her and charged her with pointing and presenting a firearm. A deputy arrested a 22-year-old Camden man Sunday for unlawful carrying of a pistol and simple possession of marijuana at a safety checkpoint on U.S.

1 and Logan Road. Although the deputy could smell marijuana coming from the SUV, the four people inside all initially claimed there was none in the vehicle.

When asked why he was not driving the vehicle, the Camden man said he had smoked marijuana earlier. He then admitted to having what turned out to be 2.6 grams of marijuana in his left sock. During a search of the SUV, deputies found a semi-automatic .45 caliber handgun and a .38 caliber revolver.

They also found a black ski mask underneath a fold-out console. The man claimed the mask was for work and said the guns were his. Deputies arrested the man and took him to jail.

The KCSO is investigating an allegation that a woman took one of her children — of whom she does not reportedly have custody — from the child’s grandmother, who does have custody and since has refused to return the child. She also allegedly told someone that if a particular man goes to jail, she would kill the child. Also, online jail records show deputies arrested a 77-year-old east Camden man Monday on 13 counts of forgery under £10,000 and for giving false information when registering as a sex offender.

According to the S.C. Sex Offender Registry, the man was convicted in Illinois in 1968 for aggravated kidnapping/inflicting harm and rape. A judge set total bail at £58,000.

County deputies also dealt with an incident involving DUI, drug possession, malicious injury to property, open container, public disorderly conduct, shoplifting and third-degree assault and battery. Camden Police Department (CPD) Camden police officers arrested a 32-year-old Waxhaw, N.C., man for public disorderly conduct and malicious injury to real property after he allegedly assaulted two people at a Gardner Street residence on Monday night.

Officers had not filed assault charges as of Thursday because the victims declined to prosecute. According to a CPD incident report, officers arrived at the home where a number of people on the front porch yelled out to call an ambulance because one of the victims, a 33-year-old woman, had passed out after being hit. They also said the suspect had run out the back door.

An officer went to the rear of the property where he could hear someone in a nearby tree line. He and another officer walked to the neighboring yard and saw the suspect walking away with a baseball bat in his hand. At this point, one of the officers pulled out his conducted energy weapon, ordered the man to drop the baseball bat and to lie on the ground.

The man initially refused, then complied, but not before saying he was “ready to die.” While being handcuffed, he admitted he had been drinking and then began shouting obscenities. The female victim, who had recovered enough to speak, and a 65-year-old male victim, said the suspect had assaulted both of them. The man said the suspect began to strike the woman for no reason, so he got a baseball bat to use to defend the woman, but the suspect punched him in the face and took the baseball bat.

The suspect allegedly struck the woman on the head and shoulder with a wooden chair. Officers had EMS transport both victims to the hospital. While being transported to the Kershaw County Detention Center, the Waxhaw man reportedly struck the patrol car window with his head.

Upon arriving at the jail, he reportedly struck a glass partition in the booking area with his head, causing a small cut to the bridge of his nose. Back at the site of the assault, the homeowner stated that the suspect damaged the rear door and doorframe when he ran out of the house. The CPD reported the other following recent incidents:

Around 10 p.m. June 28, an officer spotted a Nissan with dark tinted windows and conducted a traffic stop at West DeKalb Street and Goodale Avenue. Using a tint meter, the officer determined the level of tint was 4 percent (transparency) and advised the driver — a 33-year-old Camden man — that the legal tint level needed to be 27 percent or higher.

The man then admitted he was driving without a license. Another officer came to the scene and noticed a digital scale on the rear floorboard. The officers then had the driver and three passengers — none of whom had valid driver’s licenses — step out of the car.

The driver gave permission to have the vehicle searched, during which they recovered the digital scale, which had some marijuana on it; a glass pipe with a burned end; and a .380 caliber Colt handgun with six rounds in the magazine, which was under the driver’s seat. The officers placed the men in investigative detention, handcuffed them and separated them in order to question them. One of the men, a 46-year-old Camden man, claimed the glass pipe.

The driver claimed the digital scale and initially claimed he didn’t know anything about the gun, but then claimed that as well. At this point, officers arrested the driver and 46-year-old passenger, charging them with possession of drug paraphernalia. Although the CPD report indicated officers seized the handgun, it did not indicate that the driver was charged with a weapons violation.

Camden police arrested a 35-year-old Bishopville man for indecent exposure in connection with at least one, if not several complaints from customers at Springdale Plaza-area stores. According to a CPD report, a Rembert woman contacted police and said the man, whom she said she knew, was in the Dollar Tree at Springdale Plaza on June 27 when the man appeared with an observable erection in an aisle where she was shopping. She immediately walked away, but said when she walked down the other side of the same aisle, he was visibly fondling himself in his pants.

The woman said she then drove to Walmart and continued shopping, but then found the same man in one of the beauty products aisles with an erection again. The next day, she heard that someone had posted a photograph on Facebook of the same man fondling himself inside the Walmart with the same clothes he had been wearing when she saw him. Camden officers turned two 15-year-old boys over to their mothers after finding them in possession of marijuana and beer on Tuesday morning.

The officers found the boys’ truck parked in a wooded area near the access road to the Kirkwood electric power station. The boys claimed they had gotten lost looking for Kirkwood Park to play basketball, but an officer noticed the strong odor of marijuana and a beer lying in the bed of the pickup. A search turned up five unopened cans of beer, .4 gram of marijuana rolled in cigarillo paper, a black scale and a water bottle with a greenish liquid in the bottom.

In addition, one of the boys had a folding knife stuck inside his right shoe, which he claimed he was carrying for self-defense. Officers arrested an 18-year-old Lugoff man after he was involved in a collision on Springdale Drive near Lauray Lane on Monday morning. According to a CPD report, the young man’s car was involved in a collision with a 70-year-old Camden man’s truck and trailer.

The older man and a witness said the Lugoff man confronted the truck driver and then assaulted him, knocking him to the ground. The victim’s daughter then tried to get the younger man away from her father, and he allegedly pushed her down as well. Officers charged the 18-year-old with third-degree assault and use of a vehicle without the owner’s consent.

The CPD issued a warrant on July 1 for a 30-year-old Camden man who allegedly came into a restaurant where his ex-girlfriend works, opened an employee-only door, pulled her away from a register and then slapped her in the face before leaving. According to a report, the CPD may charge the man with third-degree assault. The restaurant manager also asked that he be trespassed.

A Dalzell man allegedly threatened to “shoot up the place” at Walmart on Monday after employees told him they would contact police if he didn’t pay for an oil change service he received on Sunday. Someone allegedly stole a gold 2000 Honda Civic from the parking lot of a Canterbury Lane apartment building sometime either late Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning. Camden officers also dealt with incidents involving communicating threats, counterfeiting, driving under suspension, failure of return rental property, possession of drug paraphernalia, shoplifting, simple possession of marijuana, speeding, third-degree assault and vandalism.

Elgin Police Department (EPD) The EPD summoned a Lugoff man to municipal court after a Columbia man realized a set of golf clubs being sold on Craigslist had been stolen from him at an earlier date. Around 12:30 p.m.

June 27, the Columbia man contacted the EPD and said the Lugoff man wanted to meet at a bank in Elgin. The victim provided Richland County Sheriff’s Department documentation of the case and described the clubs in detail. When the Lugoff man arrived at the bank and took out the clubs, the Columbia man immediately confirmed they were his.

The subject said he was given the clubs by the owners of an Ivo Circle home after helping them renovate it following the eviction of their most recent tenant for drug activity. An EPD officer reported knowing the evicted tenant had been involved with recent burglaries in the area. Officers returned the clubs to the owner.

Officers then summoned the Lugoff man, advising him to bring all parties to court in order to prove his claim that he did not know the clubs were stolen. Elgin police are investigating an alleged extortion scheme involving an online dating service. According to an EPD report, a 21-year-old man said he had recently joined Plentyof fish.com and began communicating with a woman purportedly from North Carolina who claimed she was also 21 years old.

The man admitted that the two of them exchanged sexually explicit pictures of each other via text. Then, on June 26, a man claiming to be an “officer,” but never specifying for what agency he worked, said the girl was only 16 years old. The “officer” then told the man his father would have to pay £1,500 or they would press charges.

He did not send any money, and officers advised him to block both the girl’s and “officer’s” phone numbers. Someone apparently tried to hotwire a work truck parked at a Ross Street business sometime between June 14 and 28. Elgin officers also dealt with incidents involving domestic violence, driving under suspension, harassing or obscene phone calls, hit and run, littering, no business license, no driver’s license, non-violent family offenses, shoplifting, speeding, trespassing and one suicidal person.

Kershaw County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO) County deputies and S.C. Highway Patrol troopers arrested Derius Mykeyon Toney, 21, of Belmont Drive, Sumter, after he tried to pull a gun on them at a safety check point late Sunday night at the intersection of Porter Crossroads and Fort Jackson Road south of I-20 near Elgin.

According to a KCSO report, a trooper dealing with Toney at the checkpoint flagged down a deputy who then heard the trooper — who had grabbed Toney’s wrists — tell him to stop reaching for what appeared to be a gun. The deputy assisted by opening the driver’s door and grabbing Toney out of the vehicle while telling him to stop reaching in his pocket. Once he got Toney out of the vehicle, Toney allegedly tried to hit the deputy, at which point the deputy, with assistance from another deputy and the trooper, took Toney to the ground.

During this part of the altercation, Toney reportedly kept saying he wasn’t doing anything wrong, wanted to talk to his lawyer and wanted his mother. Deputies reported that Toney continued to fight them and the trooper on the ground, during which he allegedly kept reaching for his front left pocket. When the trooper and deputies managed to get Toney handcuffed and under control, they rolled him over and found a small compact chrome and pearl .25 caliber pistol underneath him.

When deputies tried to put Toney into a patrol car, he allegedly began fighting again. It took two troopers and another deputy to get him in the patrol car, during which one of the deputies used a Taser twice to control Toney. During a search of Toney’s vehicle, deputies found 1.7 grams of marijuana in the center console and a half-empty bottle of tequila.

They also found Toney in possession of more than £1,100 cash. When they arrived at the Kershaw County Detention Center, one of the deputies watched a jail officer empty Toney’s pockets, which revealed four full metal jacket bullets. The deputy then went back to his patrol car and found two more full metal jacket bullets in the back seat where Toney had been sitting.

According to online court and jail records, deputies charged Toney with unlawful carrying of a weapon, resisting arrest with a deadly weapon, simple possession of marijuana and transporting alcohol in a motor vehicle with a broken seal. Toney left jail later that day after posting a total bond of £20,863. The KCSO reported the following other recent incidents:

Kershaw County deputies arrested Tiondre Ezell Williams, 21, of Beech Lane, Elgin, on June 20 in connection with an incident reported in January and on two new charges. On Jan.

19, a deputy responded to a call on Wildwood Lane about a suspect — later identified as Williams — driving a Polaris Ranger “side by side” vehicle in a ditch and almost hitting some children getting off on a school bus. The officer drove down Smyrna Road and saw the Polaris Ranger on Beech Lane, but when he got there, it was gone.

A young boy said Williams had gone behind the house and then ran on foot. The deputy checked out the Polaris Ranger and learned it had been stolen out of Clarendon County. The deputy then spoke to Williams’ mother who reportedly said he had shown up with it that day, claiming to have purchased it from two boys.

According to online court records, when deputies arrested Williams again on June 20, it was on one count each of possession with intent to distribute within proximity of a school and the manufacture or possession of a Schedule I, II or III controlled substance. They also charged him at that time with receiving stolen goods between £2,000 and £10,000, in connection with the Polaris Ranger. Online county jail records indicate Williams is still being held on a bond revocation warrant issued by the KCSO.

Around 11 p.m. July 4, a deputy responded to a Jubilee Court, Elgin residence in response to a civil disturbance over fireworks between neighbors, one of whom had a firearm. Upon arrival, the deputy saw a 30-year-old woman standing in a driveway holding a black and tan AR-15-style rifle, which she then placed against a wall and walked away from.

The deputy reported that a man across the street was shouting at the woman while he had a semi-automatic pistol in his waistband. After securing that man’s pistol, the deputy returned to the woman who’d had the rifle and another woman and man in the driveway with her. The deputy secured two .40 caliber handguns from the porch, both of which were loaded with one round each.

The rifle did not have a round chambered when the deputy secured it. The woman kept screaming at the man across the street, so the deputy detained her in handcuffs. She said she was a military veteran with a small child and that she had asked nicely earlier for the people across the street to stop shooting fireworks because they were scaring her child.

The deputy arrested her and charged her with pointing and presenting a firearm. A deputy arrested a 22-year-old Camden man Sunday for unlawful carrying of a pistol and simple possession of marijuana at a safety checkpoint on U.S.

1 and Logan Road. Although the deputy could smell marijuana coming from the SUV, the four people inside all initially claimed there was none in the vehicle.

When asked why he was not driving the vehicle, the Camden man said he had smoked marijuana earlier. He then admitted to having what turned out to be 2.6 grams of marijuana in his left sock. During a search of the SUV, deputies found a semi-automatic .45 caliber handgun and a .38 caliber revolver.

They also found a black ski mask underneath a fold-out console. The man claimed the mask was for work and said the guns were his. Deputies arrested the man and took him to jail.

The KCSO is investigating an allegation that a woman took one of her children — of whom she does not reportedly have custody — from the child’s grandmother, who does have custody and since has refused to return the child. She also allegedly told someone that if a particular man goes to jail, she would kill the child. Also, online jail records show deputies arrested a 77-year-old east Camden man Monday on 13 counts of forgery under £10,000 and for giving false information when registering as a sex offender.

According to the S.C. Sex Offender Registry, the man was convicted in Illinois in 1968 for aggravated kidnapping/inflicting harm and rape. A judge set total bail at £58,000.

County deputies also dealt with an incident involving DUI, drug possession, malicious injury to property, open container, public disorderly conduct, shoplifting and third-degree assault and battery. Camden Police Department (CPD)

Camden police officers arrested a 32-year-old Waxhaw, N.C., man for public disorderly conduct and malicious injury to real property after he allegedly assaulted two people at a Gardner Street residence on Monday night. Officers had not filed assault charges as of Thursday because the victims declined to prosecute. According to a CPD incident report, officers arrived at the home where a number of people on the front porch yelled out to call an ambulance because one of the victims, a 33-year-old woman, had passed out after being hit.

They also said the suspect had run out the back door. An officer went to the rear of the property where he could hear someone in a nearby tree line. He and another officer walked to the neighboring yard and saw the suspect walking away with a baseball bat in his hand.

At this point, one of the officers pulled out his conducted energy weapon, ordered the man to drop the baseball bat and to lie on the ground. The man initially refused, then complied, but not before saying he was “ready to die.” While being handcuffed, he admitted he had been drinking and then began shouting obscenities. The female victim, who had recovered enough to speak, and a 65-year-old male victim, said the suspect had assaulted both of them.

The man said the suspect began to strike the woman for no reason, so he got a baseball bat to use to defend the woman, but the suspect punched him in the face and took the baseball bat. The suspect allegedly struck the woman on the head and shoulder with a wooden chair. Officers had EMS transport both victims to the hospital.

While being transported to the Kershaw County Detention Center, the Waxhaw man reportedly struck the patrol car window with his head. Upon arriving at the jail, he reportedly struck a glass partition in the booking area with his head, causing a small cut to the bridge of his nose. Back at the site of the assault, the homeowner stated that the suspect damaged the rear door and doorframe when he ran out of the house.

The CPD reported the other following recent incidents: Around 10 p.m. June 28, an officer spotted a Nissan with dark tinted windows and conducted a traffic stop at West DeKalb Street and Goodale Avenue.

Using a tint meter, the officer determined the level of tint was 4 percent (transparency) and advised the driver — a 33-year-old Camden man — that the legal tint level needed to be 27 percent or higher. The man then admitted he was driving without a license. Another officer came to the scene and noticed a digital scale on the rear floorboard.

The officers then had the driver and three passengers — none of whom had valid driver’s licenses — step out of the car. The driver gave permission to have the vehicle searched, during which they recovered the digital scale, which had some marijuana on it; a glass pipe with a burned end; and a .380 caliber Colt handgun with six rounds in the magazine, which was under the driver’s seat. The officers placed the men in investigative detention, handcuffed them and separated them in order to question them.

One of the men, a 46-year-old Camden man, claimed the glass pipe. The driver claimed the digital scale and initially claimed he didn’t know anything about the gun, but then claimed that as well. At this point, officers arrested the driver and 46-year-old passenger, charging them with possession of drug paraphernalia.

Although the CPD report indicated officers seized the handgun, it did not indicate that the driver was charged with a weapons violation. Camden police arrested a 35-year-old Bishopville man for indecent exposure in connection with at least one, if not several complaints from customers at Springdale Plaza-area stores. According to a CPD report, a Rembert woman contacted police and said the man, whom she said she knew, was in the Dollar Tree at Springdale Plaza on June 27 when the man appeared with an observable erection in an aisle where she was shopping.

She immediately walked away, but said when she walked down the other side of the same aisle, he was visibly fondling himself in his pants. The woman said she then drove to Walmart and continued shopping, but then found the same man in one of the beauty products aisles with an erection again. The next day, she heard that someone had posted a photograph on Facebook of the same man fondling himself inside the Walmart with the same clothes he had been wearing when she saw him.

Camden officers turned two 15-year-old boys over to their mothers after finding them in possession of marijuana and beer on Tuesday morning. The officers found the boys’ truck parked in a wooded area near the access road to the Kirkwood electric power station. The boys claimed they had gotten lost looking for Kirkwood Park to play basketball, but an officer noticed the strong odor of marijuana and a beer lying in the bed of the pickup.

A search turned up five unopened cans of beer, .4 gram of marijuana rolled in cigarillo paper, a black scale and a water bottle with a greenish liquid in the bottom. In addition, one of the boys had a folding knife stuck inside his right shoe, which he claimed he was carrying for self-defense. Officers arrested an 18-year-old Lugoff man after he was involved in a collision on Springdale Drive near Lauray Lane on Monday morning.

According to a CPD report, the young man’s car was involved in a collision with a 70-year-old Camden man’s truck and trailer. The older man and a witness said the Lugoff man confronted the truck driver and then assaulted him, knocking him to the ground. The victim’s daughter then tried to get the younger man away from her father, and he allegedly pushed her down as well.

Officers charged the 18-year-old with third-degree assault and use of a vehicle without the owner’s consent. The CPD issued a warrant on July 1 for a 30-year-old Camden man who allegedly came into a restaurant where his ex-girlfriend works, opened an employee-only door, pulled her away from a register and then slapped her in the face before leaving. According to a report, the CPD may charge the man with third-degree assault.

The restaurant manager also asked that he be trespassed. A Dalzell man allegedly threatened to “shoot up the place” at Walmart on Monday after employees told him they would contact police if he didn’t pay for an oil change service he received on Sunday. Someone allegedly stole a gold 2000 Honda Civic from the parking lot of a Canterbury Lane apartment building sometime either late Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning.

Camden officers also dealt with incidents involving communicating threats, counterfeiting, driving under suspension, failure of return rental property, possession of drug paraphernalia, shoplifting, simple possession of marijuana, speeding, third-degree assault and vandalism. Elgin Police Department (EPD)

The EPD summoned a Lugoff man to municipal court after a Columbia man realized a set of golf clubs being sold on Craigslist had been stolen from him at an earlier date. Around 12:30 p.m. June 27, the Columbia man contacted the EPD and said the Lugoff man wanted to meet at a bank in Elgin.

The victim provided Richland County Sheriff’s Department documentation of the case and described the clubs in detail. When the Lugoff man arrived at the bank and took out the clubs, the Columbia man immediately confirmed they were his. The subject said he was given the clubs by the owners of an Ivo Circle home after helping them renovate it following the eviction of their most recent tenant for drug activity.

An EPD officer reported knowing the evicted tenant had been involved with recent burglaries in the area. Officers returned the clubs to the owner. Officers then summoned the Lugoff man, advising him to bring all parties to court in order to prove his claim that he did not know the clubs were stolen.

Elgin police are investigating an alleged extortion scheme involving an online dating service. According to an EPD report, a 21-year-old man said he had recently joined Plentyof fish.com and began communicating with a woman purportedly from North Carolina who claimed she was also 21 years old. The man admitted that the two of them exchanged sexually explicit pictures of each other via text.

Then, on June 26, a man claiming to be an “officer,” but never specifying for what agency he worked, said the girl was only 16 years old. The “officer” then told the man his father would have to pay £1,500 or they would press charges. He did not send any money, and officers advised him to block both the girl’s and “officer’s” phone numbers.

Someone apparently tried to hotwire a work truck parked at a Ross Street business sometime between June 14 and 28. Elgin officers also dealt with incidents involving domestic violence, driving under suspension, harassing or obscene phone calls, hit and run, littering, no business license, no driver’s license, non-violent family offenses, shoplifting, speeding, trespassing and one suicidal person. (Incident reports are provided by the Camden and Elgin police departments and Kershaw County Sheriff’s Office and are a matter of public record under the S.C.

Freedom of Information Act. If the C-I makes a mistake, it will correct it upon verification with the appropriate law enforcement agency. Readers are cautioned that other individuals may have similar or identical names as those contained in incident reports.

All subjects are presumed innocent until proven guilty.)

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