Burglar gets two years | Court Reports

by | September 6, 2018 5:00 am

Last Updated: September 5, 2018 at 8:29 am

David B. Mays, 28, of Cottageville was ordered to serve two years in prison when he appeared in Colleton County General Sessions Court last week.
Mays was charged with second-degree burglary. He had entered a Round O home on Jan. 22, 2018 with an accomplice and removed items from the home.
After Mays’ plea, Circuit Court Judge Perry Buckner ordered Mays to serve two years of a 10-year prison term and then spend five years on probation.
• Nicholas D. Green, 24, of Ruffin, was ordered to serve two years of a three-year prison term and then spend two years on probation after he pled to a charge of failure to stop for blue lights.
He was accused of attempting to flee a law enforcement officer attempting a traffic stop on a speeding offense in the early morning hours of Feb. 8. The chase ended when the car went off the roadway and into a ditch at Industrial Road and Jefferies Boulevard.
• Clifford W. Wheeler, 20, of Gadsden was sentenced to six months in jail with credit for time served after he pled to a charge of forgery.
He attempted to cash a forged check for $1,902.12 at a Walterboro financial institution on May 17.
• Brandee J. Cromer, 33, of Walterboro, pled to a charge of forgery, was given a suspended five-year prison term with credit for time served and was placed on probation for three years.
•Kendall Brown, 32, of Waterboro, pled to a charge of habitual traffic offender, was given a suspended five-year prison term with credit for time served and was placed on probation for three years.
• Joseph A. Mack Jr., 19, of Walterboro, pled to charges of possession of a stolen vehicle and failure to stop for blue lights.
He was given a suspended five-year prison term with credit for time served and three years’ probation on the possession of a stolen vehicle charge and was given a suspended three-year prison term with credit for time served and placed on probation for three years on the failure to stop for a blue light charge.
• Malik W. Townshed, 24, of Walterboro, pled to a charge of failure to stop for blue lights, was given a suspended three-year prison term with credit for time served and was placed on probation for 18 months.
• Emily E. Desoutels, 21, of Summerville, pled to a charge of possession of methamphetamine, was given a suspended two-year prison term with credit for time served and was placed on probation for 18 months.
• Rockell Cummings, 24, of Walterboro, pled to a charge of unlawful carrying of a pistol, was given a suspended one-year prison term with credit for time served and was placed on probation for 18 months.
• Taharqua J. Generette, 28, of Waterboro, pled to charges of resisting arrest and habitual traffic offender.
The habitual traffic offender charge resulted in a suspended five-year prison term with credit for time served and 18 months probation.
The resisting arrest charge resulted in a suspended one-year prison term with credit for time served and 18 months probation.
• Terris J. Walker, 25, of Cottageville, pled to a charge of swindling, was given a suspended six-month jail term with credit for time served and was placed on three years probation.
He was charged with accepting $1,500 to provide roof repairs to a Walterboro resident, then failing to do the work.
• Danny Lee Loveland, 55, of Ridgeville, pled to a charge of swindling, was given a suspended six-month jail term with credit for time served and was placed on probation for three years.
He was charged with accepting $1,300 to provide roof repairs for a Cottageville resident and failing to do the work.
• Rebecca Priester, 37, of Islandton, pled to a charge of financial transaction card fraud, was given a suspended one-year prison term with credit for time served and was placed on probation for one year.
• David Beach, 58, of Walterboro, pled to a charge of third-degree domestic violence, was given a suspended 90-day jail term with credit for time served and was placed on probation for one year.
• Desmond O. Nixon, 29, of Walterboro, pled to charges of unlawful carrying of a pistol and possession of Schedule II narcotics.
He was given a suspended six-month jail term with credit for time served and two years’ probation on the drug charge and a suspended one-year sentence with credit for time served and two years’ probation on the gun charge.
• Chantrice Frasier, 31, of Walterboro, pled to a charge of obtaining signature or property under false pretenses, was given a suspended 30-day jail term with credit for time served and was placed on probation for three years.
• Rigoberto Pena, 24, with addresses in Round O and Guanajuato, Mexico, pled to a charge of second-degree assault and battery and was sentenced to time served.
• Herman Gamble, 19, of Yemassee, pled to a charge of unlawful carrying of a pistol and was sentenced to time served.

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