Crime & Courts

  • Crime Reports


  • Pageland Jail Log for May

    The following people were booked into the Pageland Town Jail between May 14 and 29.

    May 14

    Jermane Isom McCaskill, 28, 202 S. Pearl Street, Pageland, DUI/Open Container

  • Crime Reports

    A face full of vodka

    A Chesterfield man was arrested and charged with Aggravated Assault and Criminal Domestic Violence of a High and Aggravated Nature on May 25. 

  • Crime Reports


    A Pageland man was arrested and charged with DUI on May 23. A Chesterfield County Sheriff’s Department report by Deputy Larry Tucker said he received a call about a reckless driver and went to the area. Tucker waited in the dark and was passed by Taylor Daniel Broome, 21, 84 Snyder Kirkley Road, Pageland.

  • Kershaw County man gets 20 years on drug, weapons charges

    Columbia – United States Attorney Bill Nettles announced on Friday, May 11 that Alvin Jerome Wise, 30, was sentenced to 20 years in prison. Wise pleaded guilty to possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine, methamphetamine, and marijuana, possession of a firearm during an in relation to a drug trafficking crime, being a felon in possession of firearms and possession of an unregistered sawed-off rifle.

  • Pageland Police Department & Chesterfield Sheriff’s Department reports


    A Monroe, N.C. man was arrested and charged with Driving Under the Influence on May 5. According to a Pageland Police Department report by PFC Jordan Seidhom, he saw James Edward Blakeney Jr., 22, 6112 Rape Road, Monroe, swerving as he drove on SC 9. Blakeney turned onto South Arant Street and Seidhom pulled him over. 

  • Felons headed to prison on gun possession convictions

    Conway man receives 180 months

    Nettles also announced Friday, April 27 that Leroy Deon Hemingway, 30, of Conway, was sentenced Thursday in federal court in Florence for being a felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition.   

  • Crime Reports May 1

    Marijuana and DUS

  • Two Lancaster women busted in Pageland

    Two Lancaster women were arrested in Pageland on April 15 on multiple charges. A police report written by Sgt. Chris Quick said he was dispatched to the In and Out Mini Mart, 1210 W. McGregor St. regarding two women pumping gas but not having money to pay for it. They said someone was coming from Lancaster with the money, but a store employee said they were standing and walking around the car and she feared they may try to drive off, so she called police. 

  • Crime Reports April 24

    ‘This steak tastes funny’

    Pageland police were called to local supermarket April 13 in answer to a theft call. A police report said PFC Travis Johnson went to IGA, 1211 S. Pearl Street, and was told by the store manager that an unknown man had stuffed $100 worth of steaks down his pants and left the store without paying.