Thursday, September 6, 2012

Andrew Dayne Pippin

Let's talk about serial burglar and thief "Andrew Pippin". He was recently arrested while trying to sell stolen property back to his victim. Our wonderful solicitors keep dropping charges and our super-duper judges keep putting him on probation for the few charges not dropped. As a result, he is free to roam around the Lowcountry and break into your homes and vehicles and make off with your stuff. Pippin has arrests in Charleston, Dorchester and Berkeley counties.

Update: If you read our investigation into Pippin's criminal history there is no way you will believe he was fencing the stolen gear for an "accomplice" as he reported to the police. We guarantee you the cops aren't buying that story.


Andrew Dayne Pippin - Mugshot

Note the tattoos. If you see this ass-clown roaming your neighborhood you might want to call the authorities.




2007 Arrests:

Eight (8) charges of Breaking & Entering a Motor Vehicle and one count of Financial Transaction Card Fraud.

Pippin went before Judge Thomas L. Hughston on 17 January, 2008. You can guess what happened.

He pled guilty to four counts of B&E Vehicle. The solicitor dropped the other four and the credit card fraud charge.

Judge Hughston handed down the ridiculous sentence of two years, suspended on service of 133 days (time served) and two years probation on each of the four convictions. Nice, huh?
















2009 Charges:

While still on probation for the above charges Pippin was charged with Possession of Burglary Tools in Charleston County. The 9th Circuit Solicitor dismissed the charge.

He was later charged in Dorchester County with 2nd Degree Burglary. He pled guilty on 24 May, 2010 before Judge Diane Goodstein, who sentenced Pippin to ten years, suspended to four years and five years of probation, to be served concurrently with his other sentences.






He was charged in Berkeley County with six (6) counts of 2nd Degree Burglary. He pled guilty to one count on 11 March, 2010 before Judge Roger Young, who sentenced Pippin to four years, to be served concurrently with his probation revocation sentence.

The 9th Circuit Solicitor dismissed the other FIVE burglary charges.










Are you angry yet? Those solicitors and judges are laughing at you. After Pippin meets his sure to be ridiculous bond on the latest charges we should hand him a crowbar and provide him with the addresses of Judge Hughston, Judge Goodstein, Judge Young and 9th Circuit Solicitor Scarlett Wilson.

2 comments:

  1. WTF?? What exactly does 'probation' mean to these useless officials? For some ridiculous reason I always thought it was a period of time during which the thug was expected to be on his best behavior. If the thug commits another crime while on probabtion, he would then be sent to jail, do not pass go, do not collect another slap on the wrist. Ol' Andy has been trained by the solicitors and judges that he can do whatever the hell he wants, admit it, and go on his merry way. I can't even figure out anymore who is the bigger threat to society-the criminal or the solicitors and judges? I am very angry!

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  2. WTF?? What exactly does 'probation' mean to these useless officials? For some ridiculous reason I always thought it was a period of time during which the thug was expected to be on his best behavior. If the thug commits another crime while on probabtion, he would then be sent to jail, do not pass go, do not collect another slap on the wrist. Ol' Andy has been trained by the solicitors and judges that he can do whatever the hell he wants, admit it, and go on his merry way. I can't even figure out anymore who is the bigger threat to society-the criminal or the solicitors and judges? I am very angry!

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