Lunstford has a criminal record dating back to at least 1996 although the records at the Charleston County search site are not complete. We did not check surrounding counties due to time limitations.
Luntsford was charged with Grand Larceny Motor Vehicle in 1996. There is no disposition listed.
In 1997 Luntsford was charged with a parole violation as a result of being arrested for Use of a Vehicle Without Permission. He pled guilty before Judge Victor Rawl who sentenced him to one year to be served concurrent with any parole violation sentence.
In 2001 he was charged with Use of a Vehicle Without Permission and 3rd Degree Burglary. He pled guilty to both charges before Judge Victor Rawl who sentenced him to three years on the use of a vehicle charge. Rawl sentenced him to forty months on the burglary charge. All sentences concurrent, of course.
Luntsford was charged in 2006 with Malicious Injury to a Tree and Malicious Injury to Real Property. He pled guilty to damaging a tree before Judge R. Markley Dennis who sentenced him to two years, gave him credit for forty-five days time served and suspended the whole deal in favor of one year of probation.
Lunstford pled guilty to the real property judge before Judge David Coker who sentenced him to five days time served.
In 2008 Luntsford was charged with a probation violation. There is no status. He was also charged with Assault & Battery of a High and Aggravated Nature and 2nd Degree Burglary.
He pled guilty to those two charges before Judge Roger Young. Lunstford was sentenced to 142 days time served on the ABHAN charge.
Lunstford pled guilty to the burglary charge before Judge Deadra Jefferson who handed down a sentence of ten years, suspended on five years probation on the burglary charge. Because probation has proven to be so effective in Luntsford's past.
In 2009 Luntsford was charged with a probation violation. No status.
He was also charged with two counts of 2nd Degree Burglary. He pled guilty before Judge Thomas Hughston who handed down a sentence of ten years, suspended in favor of five years probation on each charge.
Once again - because probation has proven to be so effective for Luntsford.
We wonder how much probation he will get for stabbing someone.