Monthly Archives: September 2013

Oconee County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Justin Pelfrey Graduates from the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy

Deputy Justin Pelfrey

Deputy Justin Pelfrey

Deputy Justin Pelfrey with Chief Deputy Kevin Davis

Deputy Justin Pelfrey with Chief Deputy Kevin Davis

Deputy Justin Pelfrey with deputies from the Oconee County Sheriff's Office

Deputy Justin Pelfrey with deputies from the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office

By: Jimmy Watt
Public Information Officer

(Walhalla, SC)———————————Oconee County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Justin Pelfrey graduated from the Basic training program at the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy on September 20th, becoming the third graduate of the Academy since new Oconee County Sheriff Mike Crenshaw took office on January 1st.

Deputy Pelfrey was named the winner of the Distinguished Graduate Award and Challenge Award during commencement exercises in Columbia, which means that Pelfrey graduated at or near the top of his class.

Pelfrey attended The Citadel out of high school, where he graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice. After his graduation from The Citadel, Pelfrey was deployed with his National Guard unit in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. During his time with the Guard, Pelfrey served as Infantry team leaders and UAV pilot when deployed. After returning from his deployment, Pelfrey decided to pursue a career in law enforcement with the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office.

“I am excited about my new career in law enforcement and working with my fellow officers on Charlie shift,” says Deputy Pelfrey. “The support from my family, friends, and fellow officers has helped me to be able to get where I am now.”

Oconee County Sheriff’s Office S.W.A.T. Team Trains To Prepare For Duty

S.W.A.T. Team Training #2

S.W.A.T. Team Training

S.W.A.T. Team Traning #3

By: Jimmy Watt
Public Information Officer

(Walhalla, SC)———————————Wednesday morning brought off and on rain and cool fall temperatures in the Golden Corner of South Carolina. Regardless of the weather conditions, training and work goes on for the members of the S.W.A.T team of the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office.

Wednesday morning began monthly training exercises for the S.W.A.T. team, and according to Ken Washington, Captain of the Special Operations Division of the Sheriff’s Office, that monthly training adds up to about eight hours a month. The S.W.A.T. team for the Sheriff’s Office also has annual training that last for a week as well. There are currently 30 deputies who are attached to the S.W.A.T. team, which include 10 entry officers and seven observers. The remainder of the deputies on the S.W.A.T. team are either negotiators or are involved in support activities, such as setting up perimeters and gathering equipment. Captain Washington points out S.W.A.T. teams have a unique role with any law enforcement agency.

“S.W.A.T. is what we call our special weapons and tactics team,” according to Captain Washington. “S.W.A.T. is made up of a group of officers that is trained in specialized areas to use specialized weapons. Most S.W.A.T. teams have officers that have weapons that the typical officer does not have and they learn tactics that the typical police officer does not learn or is not taught.”

S.W.A.T. teams are often deployed during hostage situations or active shooter situations or to serve high risk warrants, according to Captain Washington. Even though S.W.A.T. teams are trained for high stress and intense situations, S.W.A.T. teams are also concerned about safety for all, says Captain Washington.

“Although these officers are trained to handle situations during high stress times, the number one thing is safety, safety across the board, safety for any suspects but especially for the safety of the officers and the safety of citizens or hostages.”

The training that S.W.A.T. teams undertake is in addition to training that the officers receive during their normal duties. The training is tough and there is a selection process for those who want to be a member of this elite team.

“All of these officers volunteer but they have to pass certain criteria to be placed on the S.W.A.T. team,” according to Captain Washington. “If there is an opening, they can apply and that process starts with tryouts. Those officers have to come out here with me and other team leaders to actually tryout for the team. We normally have a few that try out and we have to pick out who we think are the best and they try to train them up from there.”

Oconee County Sheriff’s Office Discovers Meth Lab During Domestic Call in Salem

Russell Howard Rogers

Russell Howard Rogers

Dorothy Louise Moody

Dorothy Louise Moody

By: Jimmy Watt
Public Information Officer

(Walhalla, SC)————————–Oconee County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested two individuals yesterday on meth charges after responding to a domestic call Tuesday morning in Salem.

24 year old Russell Howard Rogers of 320 Russell Drive in Salem has been charged with possession and manufacturing of methamphetamines. Another individual, 64 year old Dorothy Louise Moody of the same address has been charged with possession of methamphetamines. Both individuals were arrested at the Russell Drive location.

Deputies responded to a call around 11:38am yesterday morning at the Russell Drive address in Salem in regards to a domestic dispute between a mother and her son. Upon arrival, deputies discovered a shake and bake style meth lab in plain view outside on the property at that location. Deputies then notified narcotics agents from the Sheriff’s Office who arrived on scene and cleaned up the meth lab. According to narcotics officers, investigators were able to determine during the course of their investigation that a second meth lab had been discarded in a wooded area off of Oconee Creek Road in the Walhalla area. Narcotics agents discovered another shake and bake style meth lab at the Walhalla location and disposed of that meth lab as well.

Drugs were found on the person of both Rogers and Moody. Moody is not the mother of Rogers even though they are listed as having the same address. Moody was booked into the Oconee County Detention Center around 5:33pm yesterday afternoon on a temporary custody order. Rogers was originally taken to the Detention Center, but according to deputies Rogers was transported to Oconee Medical Center regarding treatment of a reported medical condition. Rogers was then booked into the Detention Center around 9:45pm yesterday evening also temporary custody order after leaving the hospital.

Moody pled guilty to Possession of Methamphetamine in January of 2015 and was sentenced to three years in jail suspended to three years probation. Moody was also given credit for one day time served.

Rogers pled guilty to the charge of Manufacturing Methamphetamine in September of 2015 and was sentenced to two year in jail. Rogers was given credit for 47 days time served.

The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office Profiles the Unsolved Homicide of Frances Earle

Frances Earle

Frances Earle

By: Jimmy Watt
Public Information Officer

AS MENTIONED SEVERAL WEEKS AGO, THE OCONEE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE WILL BE COVERING THROUGH THE MEDIA, OUR WEBSITE, AND OUR SOCIAL MEDIA SITES THE COLD AND UNSOLVED CASES THAT THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE HAS INVESTIGATED OVER THE PAST SEVERAL YEARS AND CONTINUES TO INVESTIGATE TODAY. TODAY, THE CASE WE ARE FOCUSING ON INVOLVES FRANCES EARLE.

(Walhalla, SC)———————————————Of the unsolved cases that the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office continues to investigate, the unsolved homicide of Francis Earle remains among the most perplexing for investigators.

On July 12th, 2009, Ms. Earle, who was 74 years old, was found dead in her home at 115 Brookwood Drive in Seneca after an attempted arson. The neighborhood that Ms. Earle lived in was located on a road between Carson Road and Highway 123 just outside of Seneca and for the most part is a very quiet and not heavily traveled subdivision. The house where she lived has now been torn down. Ms. Earle was reportedly shot to death, according to investigators, back on July 7th of that year. Investigators were able to make a determination on when she was shot due to mail and newspapers that were found at her residence, as well as the autopsy results. The house was set on fire and investigators have yet to really determine a motive in the case.

Investigators are not sure how the individual(s) that were involved came upon Ms. Earle, as there was no forced entry into the home. It is a possibility that either Ms. Earle was taken by surprise or she knew her attacker(s). Investigators believe that where Ms. Earle was found in the home was where she was killed, which was the bathroom.

“This was a completely senseless, violent act,” according to Captain Greg Reed of the Criminal Investigations Division of the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office.

Captain Reed says that there were several persons of interest in the case that were cleared of any involvement. Investigators have continued to follow leads in the case and have additional person(s) of interest but need the more information to go forward. There has been no probable cause for investigators to make an arrest. However, Captain Reed believes that this may not have been a random act and that the individual(s) involved may have looked upon this as a crime of opportunity.

Oconee County Sheriff Crenshaw wants the offender(s) in this case brought to justice. “This case is the perfect example of a senior citizen unable to protect herself that was killed for no reason. Regardless of the circumstances, there was no way that this victim would have harmed anyone. The killer in this case needs to be held accountable for their actions. We must provide greater protection for those unable to protect themselves such as our senior citizens. I ask anyone that may have any information at all to please contact law enforcement. Help us bring this Grandmother’s and Mother’s killer to justice.”

If you have any information on the unsolved homicide of Frances Earle, please call Crimestoppers at 864-638-STOP, 1-888-CRIME-SC, or you can text in your tip to 274637. You don’t have to give your name or if your tip leads to an arrest, you could be eligible for a reward of up to $2,000.

SHERIFF MICHAEL L. CRENSHAW Completes 104th Session of National Sheriffs’ Institute Co-sponsored by NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF CORRECTIONS (NIC) NATIONAL SHERIFFS’ ASSOCIATION (NSA)

Class Photo

Class Photo

From L - R: Mike Jackson, Instructor with National Institute of Corrections, Oconee County Sheriff Mike Crenshaw, and Sheriff Lenny Millholland, class mentor from Winchester, Virginia

From L – R: Mike Jackson, Instructor with National Institute of Corrections, Oconee County Sheriff Mike Crenshaw, and Sheriff Lenny Millholland, class mentor from Winchester, Virginia

National Sheriff Institute Logo

National Sheriff Institute Logo

NEWS FROM THE NATIONAL SHERIFFS’ INSTITUTE
1450 Duke Street, Alexandria, VA 22314 • Phone (703) 836-7827 • Fax (703) 838-5349

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Fred G. Wilson
September 14, 2013 (703) 838-5322 fwilson@sheriffs.org

Aurora, Colorado—Sheriff Michael L. Crenshaw of the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office completed participation in the 104th session of the National Sheriffs’ Institute (NSI) held in Aurora, Colorado, September 8-14, 2013. The NSI is the only national executive development program designed for sheriffs. This no-cost program is co-sponsored by the National Institute of Corrections (NIC) and the National Sheriffs’ Association (NSA).

Sheriff Crenshaw joined 26 other sheriffs from across the country for training on contemporary challenges facing America’s sheriffs today. In light of those challenges, the sheriffs explored the role of the local sheriff in providing effective leadership for the public good in such areas as public safety, criminal justice system policy, community relations, and organization effectiveness and efficiency.

Fred G. Wilson, NSA Director of Operations, said, “Sheriff Crenshaw is a leader with vision for the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office. It is an honor to have Sheriff Crenshaw join the more than 2,500 graduates of the NSI since 1973.”

The NIC is a division of the U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Prisons. It is the primary federal source of technical assistance, training, and information services for state and local corrections. NIC provides a wide variety of services to the nation’s jails, most of which are the responsibility of sheriffs.

The NSA is a non-profit professional association located in Alexandria, Virginia. NSA represents the nearly 3,100 elected sheriffs across the nation and has more than 18,000 members, including law enforcement professionals, state and federal government employees, concerned citizens, students, and others. Since 1940, NSA has served as an information clearinghouse for law enforcement professionals. NSA also provides management training for sheriffs and their personnel in court security, crime victim services, domestic violence, homeland security initiatives, jail operations, and traffic safety. Additionally, NSA administers the highly successful Neighborhood Watch and Triad programs.

The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office Makes Arrest in Multiple Burglary Cases

Jonathan Allen Finney

Jonathan Allen Finney

By: Jimmy Watt
Public Information Officer

(Walhalla, SC)————————————-The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office has made an arrest of a man from the Tamassee area on multiple charges, including Burglary and Larceny. Two of the locations where the reported burglaries and larcenies took place involve Oconee County churches.

31 year old Jonathan Allen Finney of 436 Maple Circle in Tamasseee was arrested on August 28th. A total of 14 arrest warrants have been issued by investigators against Finney on charges which include 3 counts of First Degree Burglary, 3 counts of Grand Larceny, 4 counts of Second Degree Burglary, 3 counts of Petty Larceny, and Safecracking. According to warrants, the incidents occurred at various times during the months of June, July, and August, and investigators say that the burglaries occurred in an area that stretched from Tamassee to the Fairview community to the Return Church community. The victims included Return Baptist Church and Fairview Southern Methodist Church.

According to warrants, Finney broke into a dwelling at 131 Whitewater Farm Road in Tamassee twice, once between June 7th and June 18th of this year, in which Finney is accused of stealing a firearm, jewelry and other property and “while entering, inside or upon immediate flight was armed with a deadly weapon.” Finney is also accused of breaking into the same dwelling on Whitewater Farm Road again on July 29th, stealing firearms, jewelry and other property, once again armed with a deadly weapon.

Finney is also accused according to warrants of breaking into two separate residences on McMahan Road in the West Union area. The first occurrence happened at 158 McMahan Road on July 28th, where Finney is accused of stealing jewelry, money, medication, and other items. Finney also broking into a home at 207 McMahan Road sometime between August 3rd and August 10th, where he carried away a firearm and other items and once again was armed.

Finney, according to warrants, also broke into two locations on Return Church Road in Seneca. One of those locations was Return Baptist Church at 733 Return Church Road sometime between August 18th and August 19th, where Finney took $425.00 in cash belonging to the church. The second location that Finney is accused of breaking into was a residence on Return Church Road.

The break-in at Fairview Southern Methodist Church at 331 Ebenezer Road in the West Union occurred sometime between August 4th and August 11th. Finney reportedly, according to warrants, stole less than $2,000 from the church while also breaking into the safe at the church.

Investigators have recovered jewelry and guns that were stolen in the burglaries.

As of the issuance of this press release, Mr. Finney remains at the Oconee County Detention Center, as no bond has been set on the three First Degree Burglary charges. On the four Second Degree burglary charges, the combined surety bond amount is $52,000. On the three charges of Grand Larceny, the combined surety bond amount is $40,000. On the three charges of Petty Larceny, the combined surety bond amount is $14,000. On the charge of safecracking, the surety bond amount is $10,000.

The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office is continuing their investigation.

Finney pled guilty in May of 2014 to one count of First Degree Burglary and one county of Petit Larceny. Finney was sentenced to twenty years in prison on the First Degree Burglary charge, which was suspended to sixteen years in prison and five years probation. Finney was given credit for 275 days time served. Finney was sentenced to thirty days in prison on the Petit Larceny charge and was given credit for thirty days time served.

The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office Makes First Degree Burglary/Grand Larceny Arrest

Gary Landon Medlin

Gary Landon Medlin

By: Jimmy Watt
Public Information Officer

(Walhalla, SC)————————————The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office made an arrest Sunday morning of a suspect wanted on charges of First Degree Burglary and Grand Larceny.

35 year old Gary Landon Medlin of 213 Evergreen Circle in Seneca was booked into the Oconee County Detention Center at 10:13am yesterday morning. As of 3pm today, Medlin is being held on a $75,000 surety bond on the First Degree Burglary charges and a $10,000 surety bond on the Grand Larceny charges.

According to investigators, an Oconee County Sheriff’s Deputy responded to 847 Shannon Lane in Seneca on Monday morning, September 9th in regards to a burglary. The complainant at the residence stated that an unknown subject had kicked in the front door to the residence and reportedly stole multiple firearms and technology items. The compliant then told the deputy that witnesses reported seeing a grey in color mini-van that was at the location. The crime scene was investigated by the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office.

On Wednesday, September 11th, arrest warrants were signed against Medlin on the two charges. The warrant on First Degree Burglary states that “the defendant, or another participant, while entering, inside or immediate flight from, was armed with a deadly weapon.” The warrant on Grand Larceny states that the items taken from the residence “all valued at more than $2,000 but less than $10,000.”

Investigators were able to recover the firearms that were taken and some property.

The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office is continuing their investigation.

Medlin pled guilty to one count of Second Degree Burglary and Grand Larceny. Medlin was sentenced to 15 years in prison on the burglary charge which was suspended to six years in jail and five years probation. Medlin was also sentenced to five years in prison for the larceny charge and was given credit for time served.

The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office Makes Arrests Along I-85

Cassidy Yvett Seyda

Cassidy Yvett Seyda

Jerry Lee Eaton, Jr.

Jerry Lee Eaton, Jr.

Matthew James Hardy

Matthew James Hardy

By: Jimmy Watt
Public Information Officer

(Walhalla, SC)———————————–The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office made arrests in the southern part of the county Thursday along I-85 during routine traffic operations.

Early Thursday afternoon, an Oconee County Sheriff’s Deputy was on patrol along I-85 when he noticed a four door KIA car failing to yield to traffic while attempting to merge onto the interstate almost causing an accident. The deputy then initiated a traffic stop along the interstate at mile marker 3 and the vehicle pulled over on the shoulder of the road. After approaching the vehicle, introducing himself, and informing the driver about the reason for the stop, the deputy reportedly smelled the odor of burnt marijuana and noticed the driver acting nervously. There were also two other occupants in the vehicle.

The deputy asked the driver to get the vehicles identification and step to the rear of the vehicle, whereupon the driver notified the deputy that his license had been suspended. The deputy then asked the driver about the smell coming from the car, upon which the driver stated that his bowl was under the seat in the car. The driver continued to act nervously. The deputy asked the driver for consent to search the vehicle and consent was given.

The deputy then removed the two other occupants from the vehicle and began the search, whereupon the deputy located a glass pipe under the console, plus, two prescription bottles from inside the console that did not bear the name of any of the individuals in the vehicle. The deputy also noticed numerous cell phones through the car as well as a sportsman camo bag. Upon opening the bag, the deputy noticed multiple semi-automatic pistols inside, whereupon all three individuals that had been in the vehicle were all placed in investigative custody.

Serial numbers that were ran on two of the three guns came back stolen immediately. Oconee County dispatch was asked by the deputy to contact the agency that reported the guns stolen to check about confirmed the third firearm found. The firearms were reportedly stolen Wednesday night. There was also additional ammunition and an empty magazine in the bag as well.

Upon further investigation, the female passenger in the vehicle told the deputy that she got the weapons from a guy at a gas station. During this time, Oconee dispatch made contact with the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office in Georgia. The deputy spoke with an investigator there, who informed the Oconee deputy that multiple vehicles had been broken into overnight in Jackson County and some of the items reported stolen were in possession of the two passengers in the vehicle. Photographs were then taken of the reported stolen items. The third firearm was also confirmed as being stolen according to dispatch.

The three individuals in the vehicle were advised of their Miranda rights and that they were in possession of stolen property and would they like to talk. All of the individuals stated they understood their rights and the two passengers in the vehicle stated that it was the driver who took the items and gave some of the stolen items to them. At that time, all three were placed under arrest and charged with possession of stolen property. A wrecker was called to tow the vehicle. The occupants of the vehicle were placed on a temporary custody order for possession/receiving stolen goods. The deputy referred the case over to an investigator with the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office to follow up with the investigator from Jackson County, Georgia.

This afternoon, warrants were issued against the driver of the vehicle, 29 year old Matthew James Hardy of 1633 Cornelia Road in Anderson, and the two passengers in the vehicle, 22 year old Jerry Lee Eaton, Jr. of 707 Chestnut Ridge Road in Marietta, South Carolina and 17 year old Cassidy Yvett Seyda of 907 Lewis Street in Anderson, South Carolina. All three are charged by Oconee County with receiving stolen goods. The goods were reported stolen from Jackson County, Georgia.

The charges against Seyda and Hardy were nolle prossed in June of 2014 and November of 2015 respectively. Eaton, Jr. pled guilty to a charge of Malicious Injury to Personal Property in June of 2014 and was sentenced and released with time served.

The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office Makes Undercover Operations Arrests

Lynn Renee Gibson

Lynn Renee Gibson

Travis Alonzo Donald

Travis Alonzo Donald

By: Jimmy Watt
Public Information Officer

(Walhalla, SC)———————————The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office made some arrests last Thursday evening during undercover operations with assistance from the Seneca Police Department.

According to incident reports, 28 year old Lynn Renee Gibson of 4906 Pheasant Drive in Greensboro, North Carolina, was arrested on Thursday, September 5th on charges of solicitation of prostitution. She was booked into the Oconee County Detention Center around 11:59pm that evening. She is currently being held on a $2,500 surety bond at the Detention Center.

Also that same evening, deputies arrested 32 year old Travis Alonzo Donald of 113 Christy Circle in Central, SC on a variety of charges. According to investigators, officers from the Sheriff’s Office and the Seneca Police Department noticed a black in color Nissan which pulled into the Days Inn in Seneca on Radio Station Road, whereupon officers noticed some suspicious activity. The vehicle then pulled onto Bi-Lo Place Drive and officers ran the tag on the vehicle, which came back stolen. Officers conducted a traffic stop in the parking lot of Advance Auto, in which the driver told officers that he had lost his wallet and that his name was Chris Donald.

The driver gave consent for the car to be searched, upon which officers found a bag of ice in the center console. As the investigation continued, officers learned that the name of the driver was Travis Donald of Central. Mr. Donald did admit to give false information due to the fact that his driver’s license was suspended and that he had no insurance. Travis was transported to the Oconee County Detention Center on charges of possession of less than one gram of ice, giving false information to a law enforcement officer, driving under suspension, no insurance, and possession of a stolen tag. He was booked into the Oconee County Detention Center around 7:44pm last Thursday evening. He is currently being held on a $5,000 surety bond at the Detention Center, along with holds from Clemson and Central Police Department’s, as well as the Pickens County Sheriff’s Office.

Gibson pled guilty to her charge in September of 2013 and was given jail time as a sentence.

Donald pled guilty in January of 2015 to a charge of Possession of Methamphetamine and was given a three year jail sentence which was suspended to three years probation and given credit for 33 days time served. Donald also pled guilty to the DUS charge in April of 2014 and was ordered to pay Mandatory Court Costs. Donald was tried in absentia and found guilty in a bench trial in April of 2014 to the no insurance charge, the possession of a stolen tag charge and for giving false information to law enforcement charge. He was ordered to pay a fine on the no insurance charge and for the possession of a stolen tag charge and was given a fine or jail time on the giving false information charge.

The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office Announces More Arrests in Second Phase of Operation Infinity

Windy Moore

Windy Moore

Robert Keith Brown, Jr.

Robert Keith Brown, Jr.

Misty Parker

Misty Parker

Kayla Maybin

Kayla Maybin

Isaac Knox

Isaac Knox

Desmond Jones

Desmond Jones

Derris Walker

Derris Walker

Clyde Anthony Webb

Clyde Anthony Webb

Brandon Marcus

Brandon Marcus

Chuck Starks

Chuck Starks

By: Jimmy Watt
Public Information Officer

(Walhalla, SC)—————————————The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office has announced more arrests in the second phase of Operation Infinity, which began back on August 22nd. According to Oconee County Mike Crenshaw, Operation Infinity if so named because of its reference to a never ending commitment to the war on drugs.

As of a press release that was issued back on August 22nd, nine individuals out of twenty-three being sought were arrested as of 3pm on that date. Between that time and 11am on September 6th, a total of ten other individuals had been arrested. Below is a list of those individuals, the dates and times that they were booked into the Oconee County Detention Center, and the charges for which they were arrested. OCDC stands for the Oconee County Detention Center. The addresses listed are those that were listed on the arrest warrants.

1) Misty Michelle Parker
130 Allen Drive
Westminster, SC
Age: 32
Booked: OCDC – 8/23/2013 – Around 1:20pm
Distribution of Marijuana

2) Clyde Anthony Webb
351 Edens Lane
Seneca, SC
Age: 30
Booked into OCDC: 8/22/2013 – Around 8:16pm
Distribution of Methamphetamine and Adderall

3) Robert Keith Brown, Jr.
111 Tall Willow Drive
Seneca, SC
Age: 22
Booked into OCDC: 8/28/2013 – Around 10:59am
Distribution of Cocaine

4) Kayla Nicole Maybin
923 Laing Court
Seneca, SC
Age: 22
Booked into OCDC: 8/22/2013 – Around 4:01pm
Distribution of Klonopin

5) Windy Marie Moore
3166 Toccoa Highway
Westminster, SC
Age: 37
Booked into OCDC: 8/26/2013 – Around 9:56am
Distribution of Xanax

6) Desmond Tarell Jones
311 Zion Hill Road
Seneca, SC
Age: 26
Booked into OCDC: 8/26/2013 – Around 9:25am
Distribution of Marijuana

7) Derris Antonio Walker
219 S. Spring Street
Westminster, SC
Age: 24
Booked into OCDC: 9/2/2013 – Around 1:13pm
Distribution of Marijuana

8) Brandon Scott Marcus
316 F Street
Seneca, SC
Age: 20
Booked into OCDC: 8/23/2013 – Around 7:31pm
Distribution of Methamphetamine

9) Chuck Connors Stark
808 Williams Street
Seneca, SC
Age: 54
Booked into OCDC: 8/26/2013 – Around 9:21am
Distribution of Hydrocodone and Lortab

10) Issac Obryan Knox
304 Thomas Height Circle
Seneca, SC
Age: 28
Booked into OCDC: 8/23/2013 – Around 12:51pm
Distribution of Marijuana