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by | September 29, 2017 5:00 pm

Last Updated: September 27, 2017 at 12:17 pm

Walterboro man who had spent a short time on the Colleton County Sheriff’s Office Top 10 Most Wanted list, was sentenced to prison when he appeared in Colleton County General Session Court last week.
Raheem J. Henderson, 27, of Walterboro, pled guilty to a charge of armed robbery in connection with a Sept. 24, 2016 robbery on Sniders Highway. He and an accomplice robbed a man at gunpoint.
After hearing Henderson’s guilty plea, visiting Circuit Court Judge Roger Young ordered him to spend five years of a 10-year sentence in prison with credit for 293 days he had already spent in custody, and then spend two years on probation.
Henderson was among the suspects listed on the top 10 list that was released on Nov. 29, 2016. He turned himself in approximately two hours after the list was placed on the internet by the sheriff’s office.
Henderson, when the list was released, was wanted on charges of armed robbery, kidnapping, possession of a weapon in the commission of a violent crime and second-degree assault and battery.
A plea agreement dismissed all the other charges in exchange for a guilty plea on the armed robbery charge.
• Another Walterboro man learned he will also be spending five years in prison after he pled guilty to a charge of first-degree burglary.
After Nathaniel Laguer, 35, of Walterboro, pled guilty to the burglary charge, Judge Young ordered him to spend five years of a seven-year prison sentence behind bars. The prison stay would be followed by two years on probation.
Laguer and three accomplices were charged with entering a home on Gibson Road in Islandton on Dec. 15, 2016 and removing firearms from the residence.
• Chemar Y. Williams, 17, of Walterboro, pled guilty to a charge of third-degree burglary, was ordered to spend up to five years in custody under the state’s Youthful Offender Act and then spend three years on probation.
• Jonathan S. Moore, 17, of Walterboro, pled guilty to a charge of third-degree burglary, was ordered to spend up to five years in custody under the state’s Youthful Offender act and then spend five years on probation.
• Jontre Williams, 18, of Walterboro, pled guilty to charges of unlawful carrying of a pistol and third-degree burglary.
He was ordered to spend up to five years in custody under the state’s Youthful Offender Act and then spend two years on probation on the third-degree burglary charge.
Williams was sentenced to time served, 80 days, on the unlawful carrying of a pistol charge.
• John Simmons, 55, of Walterboro, pled guilty to a charge of violation of electronic monitor provisions and was order to spend 90 days in jail.
• Ivan Warren, 20, of Walterboro, pled guilty to a charge of forgery and was sentenced to one year in jail with credit for three days spent in custody.
• Melissa L. Byers, 46, of Wilks County, N.C., pled guilty to a charge of possession of cocaine and was sentenced to 30 days in jail with credit for 17 days previously spend in custody.
• Roderick R. Mosley, 25, of Smoaks, pled guilty to a charge of habitual traffic offender, was given a suspended one-year jail term and placed on probation for three months.

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