Saturday, October 13, 2012

Murder Arrest - Hardeeville

Bernard Christopher Jenkins of Hardeeville was recently charged with two counts of murder in the deaths of Octavia "Rypp" Scott and Desmond "Busta" Brown. Scott and Brown were found Dead Right There on 11 May, 2012 in a wrecked car in Hardeville.

Jenkins may only be nineteen years old, but he was in the process of establishing his thug credentials. He has accrued a number of charges on which the Clerk noted "Failure to Comply" in the status box. One would think if he was in a failure to comply status some solicitor or judge would have revoked his bonds and put his thug ass back in jail.


2011 Arrests:

Three pending counts of 2nd Degree Burglary, one Petit Larceny.

Pled guilty to the larceny charge and was given time served.









2012 Charges:

Malicious Damage (vandalism), Discharging a Firearm in the City Limits, Fleeing to Evade (running from the cops), Possession of Marijuana and Failure to Stop for Blue Lights (Beaufort County).

Found guilty of fleeing and discharging a firearm. No data on the sentence.

Jenkins was either in a failure to comply status or a failure to appear status on the remaining charges. Apparently there was no effort to revoke his bonds.









Friday, October 12, 2012

Sheesh!

When we first saw this we were looking forward to Kid Rock delivering a righteous beat-down to the idiot Sean Penn. Alas, it was not to be. Rock deserves an ass-whipping for agreeing to take part in this piece of tripe. We agree with the folks at I Own the World - there is no common ground and appeasement does not work.

Study the Mentality - Part XIII

The leeches are at it again. Imagine the target rich environment that will result when the government has taken every last dime from the decent folks in this country and the teat runs dry.



Thursday, October 11, 2012

Domonique Morris - Again

"Domonique Lul Scoop Morris" is worried his appearances on Charleston Thug Life will have an effect on an upcoming court date. Wouldn't it be a terrible shame if that happened? Just in case we will point out our previous profiles of Morris HERE, HERE, and HERE. Let's hope there are some prosecutors reading these pages.




They are each wondering if the other is snitching on them. We know who the source is, but we ain't telling. :)





Just to bring the prosecutors up to date let's review some of the photos of Domonique he has deleted from his Thugbook profile.





Domonique was arrested on 27 September, 2012 and charged with Unlawful Carrying of a Pistol. Judge Linda Lombard set his bond at $25,000. If this site was required reading for bond judges that bond may have been higher.





We wonder who Domonique will be voting for.




And, no, we won't be letting up on Domonique anytime soon.



Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Kareen Lashawn Wylder - Dead Right There

Kareen Lashawn Wylder of James Bell Drive in North Charleston was found Dead Right There in an SUV parked at the U.S. Post Office on McMillan Avenue. Wylder was no stranger to law enforcement officers in Charleston County. He was also wanted by NC Probation & Parole for being an absconder. He was on probation for Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle. As you will see, Kareen had a habit of taking vehicles belonging to other people.

Wylder was related to the Wylder shot by NCPD a number of years ago after he stole from a grocery store then knifed an officer in the lip and ballistic vest. A search of the name Wylder at the Clerk's sites of the various counties will tell you all you need to know about the criminal tendencies of the family.











1999 Charges:

Five counts of Possession of a Stolen Motor Vehicle (Charleston County)
Driving Under Suspension Third Offense (Berkeley County)

Pled guilty to all five PSMV charges on 7 February, 2000. Sentenced by Judge Edward Cottingham under YOA to a term not to exceed six years.

Sentenced to six months on the DUS charge.















2001 Charges:

Two Counts of Use of a Vehicle Without Permission, two counts of Possession of a Stolen Motor Vehicle, one count of Habitual Traffic Offender and one count of Grand Larceny.

Case heard on 6 August, 2002 in front of Judge Victor Rawl. The 9th Circuit Solicitor dismissed one PSMV, one UVWP and the grand larceny.

Wylder was sentenced to two four year sentences and one three year sentence. He was supposed to serve two years with the remainder suspended in favor of probation. Apparently Judge Rawl (now County Councilman) didn't bother to take Wylder's prior record into account when he was sentenced.













2003 Charges:

Six counts of Grand Larceny.

Pled guilty on 4 September, 2003 before Judge Daniel Pieper. The judge handed down a charge of four years on each charge (concurrent). Wylder had to serve eight months (time served) and was then given one year of probation. Judge Pieper failed to take Wylder's prior criminal history into account and handed him yet another break.















2004 Charges:

Five counts of Grand Larceny, two counts of Possession of a Stolen Motor Vehicle.

The 9th Circuit Solicitor dismissed one grand larceny and one PSMV charge.

Wylder pled guilty to the remaining charges on 5 January, 2006 before Judge Roger Young, who handed down a sentence of ten years. Wylder was supposed to serve five years and then three years probation on each charge. Judge Young, as usual, set the sentences to run concurrently.















We know Wylder served less than two and half years of that five year sentence because he was arrested in July of 2008 for Breaking and Entering a Motor Vehicle.

He pled guilty to this charge on 26 August, 2009 before Judge Thomas Hughston who handed down a sentence of three years.





Wylder was charged with a probation violation on 24 February, 2009.




At the time he assumed room temperature Wylder had pending charges, as described in the capture below. Good police work by Officer Bailey and Officer Brown.



2012 Charges:

PWID Cocaine - $10,000 bond
Possession of Xanax - $25,000 bond







Here is the case filed by the City of North Charleston to seize the cash Wylder was carrying along with his drugs.




We don't know about you folks, but we say good riddance.