Meet Terrod Alexander Richardson. He once resided on Crestline Drive in the Brentwood/Waylyn area of North Charleston, but now hails from Ashley Hall Plantation Road. Terrod likes to drive fast, run from police and crash into stuff. He might even crash into you someday. Richardson is an habitual traffic offender who doesn't have a license and shouldn't be sitting behind the wheel in the first place. Oh well, what are you gonna do? These crazy young people.
Richardson claims his leg is injured. I bet you couldn't tell it when he hauling ass on foot from the pursuing officer. Felony fliers, don't ya know. They're magical.
Terrod was arrested in March of 2011. Are you wondering what for?
He was charged with being an habitual traffic offender - driving under suspension. He was also charged with Failure to Stop for Blue Lights. He engaged the police in a vehicular pursuit. Three months later he pled guilty and was sentenced to ninety days - the time he had already spent in jail. That comes out to forty-five days for being a continued danger on the roadways and forty-five days for putting you and your loved ones at risk during the car chase. That seems fair, right?
Wouldn't you know. The lucky shit drew Judge Lombard and her standard $10,000 bond. He will be out driving the streets of the Lowcountry in no time.
We are curious about who owned the vehicle Richardson was driving. Sounds like that individual needs to be charged with Allowing an Unauthorized Driver. Just saying.