|Screw dem crackas!|
Trea was arrested last month and charged with PWID Marijuana. Judge Linda "10K" Lombard set his bond at - $10,000.
Here we are a month later and we see the just how dissuasive that 'high' bond amount was. Pretty damn ineffective, huh, citizens? Judge Baldwin chose this most recent arrest as a venue for continuing the joke that is the criminal justice system in Charleston County. Trae Dickerson was charged again with PWID Marijuana and Baldwin set his latest bond at $5,000. Because that 10K Lombard bond was so effective, right?
Also charged with PWID Marijuana was Brandon Jordan Dickerson. Baldwin also set his bond at $5,000.
Orlando Brian Kleckley, who hails from the Pepperhill Neighborhood of North Charleston and goes by the Facebook name of "Orlando Daunderdawg Kleckley", was also charged with PWID Marijuana. Baldwin set the same $5,000 bond for him.
Antwan Williams, aka "Antwan FBHoe Williams", received the same PWID Marijuana charge and the same bond, in spite of his prior criminal history.
In 2009 Williams was charged with PWID Marijuana and PWID Marijuana Near a Park. The 9th Circuit Solicitor allowed him to plead guilty to the magistrate level offense of simple possession and dismissed the proximity charge. Williams was fined $100. As we can see, Scarlett Wilson's hopes for Williams' rehabilitation were unfounded.
It gets even better, folks. Adrian Arvel Collins was charged with 2nd Offense PWID Marijuana. His bond was set at $1,000. Maybe that is a typo, but we doubt it. Not with the ridiculous bonds we see set for these thugs on a daily basis.
Consider the fact that Collins was arrested back in March of 2012 and was out on a $25,000 bond when he was arrested this time. Does that amp up your rage factor at all? Collins was charged with Distribution of Crack Cocaine 1st Offense on 1 March, 2012.
In 2008 Collins was hit with a probation violation. No status, of course.
In April of 2007 Collins was charged with Breach of Trust (theft) Over $5,000. He pled guilty and was sentenced under the Youthful Offender Act by Judge Hughston to a term not to exceed one to five years, suspended on two years probation. Just another typical nonsensical sentence by Judge Hughston.
In November of 2007, while on probation for the above offense, Collins was arrested for 2nd Offense Possession of Marijuana (less than 10 ounces). He pled guilty in June of 2008 and was sentenced to 112 days - time served.
Collins started his adult criminal career in 2006 with a charge of Possession of a Stolen Motor Vehicle. The 9th Circuit Solicitor chose not to prosecute him. Wasn't that nice?
Well, folks, given Collins' criminal history do you feel that $1,000 bond on his latest narcotics distribution charge is appropriate?
We are still waiting to hear who might be charged with possession of that weapon recovered by CPD.