Friday, October 26, 2012

Something is Wrong With Our System

Watching the news this evening we see a story about the state Department of Revenue being hacked. Online pirates have apparently stolen financial information, to include social security numbers, of 77 percent of all South Carolina residents. The data resided on DOR servers and was UNENCRYPTED.

The state decided not to immediately release the information. This failure prevented citizens from taking steps to protect themselves. Once they did let us know they set up a toll free number so you can call for a PIN number you can use to order one year of complimentary identity theft protection.

Do you see what is wrong with this picture, other than the careless handling of our data and the failure to notify us?

The state, in it's infinite wisdom, set up ONE number for three-million-six-hundred-thousand (3,600,000) people to call. Have you tried it yet? Yeah, good luck with that.

Here's an idea. Maybe the state should be calling US.


Stephan Montrell Aiken

Stephan Montrall Aiken, aka Stephen Montrell Aiken, of 6932 Alfonzo Circle in North Charleston, was arrested by CPD for beating the snot out of his girlfriend. He allegedly punched her repeatedly in the face, choked her and beat with a wooden chair. All in full view of a child. There are some allegations the female party tried to slice him with a boxcutter, but hell, who could blame her.




Aiken is the typical Lowcountry thug you have become so accustomed to reading about on these pages. Let's review his past in Charleston County.


2003 Charges:

Unlawful Carrying of a Firearm - Pled guilty before Judge Roger Young - sentenced to 4 months time served. We find it curious he was released on a personal recognizance bond and didn't serve anywhere near four months while awaiting trial for this offense.

Unlawful Possession of a Firearm by a Person Under 21 - Pled guilty and received the same sentence of time served.

Possession of a Stolen Motor Vehicle - dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor









2005 Charges:

Unlawful Carrying of a Pistol - Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor
Unlawful Possession of a Pistol by a Person Under 21 - Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor.

Note: two years elapsed between the arrest date and disposition date.





2010 Charges:

PWID Crack - Still pending after two years, free on a personal recognizance bond - bond judge unknown.





2011 Charges:

2nd Degree Assault and Battery - dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor




Yet another violent offender who runs around our community while armed who is repeatedly release by bond judges, sentencing judges and the 9th Circuit Solicitors Office. Typical.

Two More Arrests

Two more people have been arrested in the murder of Anthony Watley III. Henry Lavester Mulligan, Jr. was charged with assisting Jamal Lameek Smalls and Thomas Lamont Ancrum in making sure Watley achieved "Dead Right There" status. Mulligan has used addresses on Fillmore Street, Napolean Drive, Bonaparte Drive and Barnwell Avenue - all in North Charleston. The latest address he is using is 7648 Winchester Street.

Jessica Frasier, aka Jessicah Louise Frasier, of 7649 Winchester Street in the Ashley Heights neighborhood of North Charleston, has been charged with obstruction. She lives there courtesy of the Charleston County Housing Authority. Frasier has been a recipient of taxpayer subsidized housing for well over a decade. She was previously supported by the City of Charleston Housing Authority. They must have grown tired of serving her with eviction notices so she transferred to the Charleston County Housing Authority.


Henry Lavester Mulligan, Jr.
Jessicah Louise Frasier







At twenty years of age Mulligan has established himself as a thief. Not a very good one, but he still tries to take your stuff at every opportunity.

2009 Arrests:

Two counts of Breaking & Entering a Motor Vehicle - One dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor.
Pled guilty to the other in front of Judge Kristi Harrington. Sentenced to two years, suspended in favor of 18 months of probation.






2010 Charges:

Probation Violation - No status

Failure to Stop for Blue Light - Pled guilty before Judge Thomas Hughston - sentenced to three years, suspended in favor of five years probation - because his previous probation (which he was still on when arrested for these charges) was so damn effective.

Leaving the Scene of an Accident - Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor

Grand Larceny - Pled guilty before Judge Hughston who sentenced him under YOA to a term not to exceed one to six years. This amounted to a "time served" sentence.

Failure to Stop for Blue Light - given the same NTE 1 - 6 year sentence by Judge Hughston. Time Served.

Resisting Arrest - Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor - we are sure the arresting officer appreciated that.

Possession of a Stolen Vehicle - sentenced to the same 1-6 year sentence by Judge Hughston - Time Served.















2012 Charges (prior to the murder charge):


Breaking into a Motor Vehicle - released on a $2,000 bond. Bond Judge - Baldwin.

2nd Degree Burglary - released on a $5,000 bond. Bond Judge - Gosnell.

2nd Degree Burglary - No bond required for release - Bond Judge - Gosnell.

Possession of a Stolen Vehicle - No bond required for release - Bond Judge - Gosnell.

Note: total bond for the two 2nd Degree Burglary charges and the Possession of Stolen Vehicle charge - $5,000.

Probation Violation - Bond set at $100,000 by Judge Bligen.

Note: There was no probation violation for the first four charges. This probation violation results from his arrest for Murder.


















Should we expect them to keep him in jail pending trial or sentence him to anything more than probation? 

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Just Killing Time

Just out of curiosity, we searched WhoTalking and typed in "if Romney wins". We think you will find the results revealing.



Mistakes happen bra.



Hmm....the least you could do is pick a bit of cotton for that EBT, WIC and Section 8. It's only right.




Someone didn't pay attention in her American Government class. Oh, and someone should tell her Rodney is dead and not in the running. This moron thinks "free" birth control and condoms mysteriously materialize out of thin air.



Don't let the door hit you in the ass.



People who don't know the difference between "loose" and "lose" will have their "benefits" revoked? We are shocked! Seriously.


Montez King - Convicted Drug Trafficker

"Montez King" of 1950 Clements Avenue in North Charleston was recently arrested by the Berkeley County Sheriff's Department and charged with trafficking marijuana and trafficking ecstasy. Nothing new for Montez. Or a few other members of the King family.


1950 Clements Avenue





We didn't see any mention of the deputies finding any artillery during the traffic stop.






Let's look at his arrests in Charleston County.

2004 Charges:

1st Offense Possession of Crack - Pled guilty before Judge Deadra Jefferson - sentenced to two years and a $5,000 fine, with the time suspended in favor of 18 months probation.

PWID Crack Near a School - Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor

1st Offense Possession of Marijuana - Pled guilty - Same sentence as above.

PWID Marijuana - Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor

2 counts of PWID Marijuana Near a School - Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor











2011 Charges:

1st Offense PWID Marijuana - Pled guilty before Judge Thomas Hughston - sentenced to one year, suspended in favor of two years of probation.

PWID Marijuana Near a School - Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor.






Is it any wonder Montez King continues to traffic narcotics in our neighborhoods considering the lenient sentences handed down by "our" judges and all the charges dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor?