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Crime & Courts

  • Crime 10/30/12

    “Cigars”
    A Pageland man was arrested and charged with Simple Possession of Marijuana after the car in which he was a passenger ran a stop sign Oct. 18. A Chesterfield County Sheriff’s Department report by Deputy Larry Tucker said he was parked near SC 9 and Airport Road and saw the car fail to stop as it turned from East Maynard Street into Airport Road.

  • Real Estate Transfers 10/30/12

    The following real estate transactions were recorded in the Chesterfield County Clerk’s Office in September.

  • Crime reports 10/23/12

    They had ‘the munchies?’
    Two men were arrested in Pageland on Oct. 12 on multiple charges.
    A Chesterfield County Sheriff’s Department report said Deputy Larry Tucker responded to a call about disorderly customers at the In-and-Out Mini Mart, 1210 West McGregor Street, Pageland. The report said Pagalen police officers were already at the store.

  • Crime Reports 10/16/12

    Found in bed
    A Mt. Croghan man was arrested and charged with Simple Possession of Marijuana and Drug Paraphernalia on Oct. 9 after deputies went to a local home to serve an arrest warrant.
    Deputy First Class Rebekah Oliver reported she and Sgt. Chuck Mixon went to a Mt. Croghan home to serve the warrant and the subject named on the warrant was not there.

  • Pageland crime spree ends with two Lancaster County arrests

    A couple of Lancaster residents caused a lot of disruption in Pageland over the weekend of Sept. 29.

    Chastity Marie Leech, 26, 2076 Old Camden Monroe Highway, Lancaster, and Johnny Ray Pyatt, 35, 2345 Doc Holliday Circle, Lancaster, were arrested for various counts, including shoplifting, property damage and motor vehicle theft over the span of three days, Sept. 29-Oct. 1.

  • Crime Reports 10/09/12

    Non-lethal fork wound
    A Pageland woman was arrested for simple assault on Sept. 27.

  • Chesterfield County EMT killed in N.C. crash

    By GARY PHILLIPS
    Progressive Journal Editor
    One Chesterfield County Emergency Medical Technician is dead and another faces criminal charges after a deadly ambulance crash claimed the life of an employee of Sanhills Ambulance Service of Cheraw.
    Belinda Gale Rivers, 43, of Ruby was killed when the ambulance she was riding in was struck by an 18-wheeled truck on U.S. Highway 74 near Carolinas Medical Center in Monroe, N.C. on Tuesday, September 25. Officer Micahel Thomas of the Monroe Police Department reported Rivers was pronounced dead at the scene.

  • Crime reports 10/02/12

    Warrant service
    A Warrant Service was performed on a Pageland man on Sept. 21.
    A Pageland Police Department report said PFC Randall Mullis observed a car traveling at a high rate of speed on Highway 151 and conducted a traffic stop. The report said while speaking to the driver, Mullis recognized the passenger as William Danny Walden, 52, 586 Olin Deese Road, Pageland who had warrants for DUI and no S.C. Driver’s license. Walden was placed into custody and transported to Pageland Police Department.

  • Lancaster police searching for shooting suspect

    LANCASTER - On Sunday, Sept. 30, at approximately 3:41 p.m., officers responded to the 300 block of Robinson Road, Lancaster in reference to a report of shots fired.

    It was reported that shots were fired following an argument between two individuals at that location.
    One person was shot at that time and loaded into a vehicle.

    As that vehicle was attempting to leave the scene to seek medical treatment, a suspect opened fire again, striking the vehicle multiple times and striking two of the three occupants inside.

  • Crime reports 9/25/12

    Meth-makers
    Two men were arrested September 11 on charges of Manufacturing Methamphetamine. A Chesterfield County Sheriff’s Department report said narcotics officers Michael Irvin and Chris page went to a Chesterfield area home after receiving a tip that someone was burning “meth trash.”