Shabazz Akeem Rainey was tracked to that wonderful flop-house known as The Master's Inn by a repossession agent. As the agent was hooking up Rainey's ride someone alerted Rainey who subsequently fired at least three shots in the direction of the agent. Maybe Rainey figured he was in Charleston County and any charges would probably be dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor, just as they had in the past.
On 21 February, 2006 Rainey was charged with 3rd Degree Burglary. He pled guilty to this charge on 9 February, 2007. Judge Hughston (you can see it coming, cant ya?) sentenced him to YOA sentence not to exceed one to five years, then Hughston suspended that sentence in favor of two years of probation. Hughston also gave Rainey credit for 93 days time served. Considering the fact that Rainey bonded out six days after he was arrested, we fail to see where these 93 days were served.
While out on bond for the above charge Rainey was charged on 21 April, 2006 with Failure to Stop for Blue Lights. The 9th Circuit Solicitor dismissed the charge on 9 February, 2007.
Rainey was charged on 20 August, 2006 with 1st Offense Possession of Marijuana and PWID Marijuana in Proximity of a School. He pled guilty on the same February 9 court date and was sentenced to 30 days time served. Once again, we fail to see where he served 30 days since he bonded out of jail on both charges just five days after being arrested. The PWID school charge was dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor.
Someone's math abilities suck.
In July of 2007 Rainey was charged with Grand Larceny Motor Vehicle and Possession of a Stolen Vehicle. The 9th Circuit Solicitor decided they couldn't prove the grand larceny charge so it was dismissed. Rainey was then charged with Possession of a Stolen Vehicle which the 9th Circuit Solicitor also dismissed.