Friday, November 2, 2012

Still Playing With Guns

Remember "Quez Brown"? We profiled him and and his Horizon Village buddies HERE and HERE. He is still headed down the thug road. This time he's wearing his jammies. Has to hide in the bathroom to conceal his gun from mommy.





Thursday, November 1, 2012

More Drug Dealers

Terrell John Rashawn Nelson
Miranda Fine-Meyer





















The two mopes pictured above were arrested by CPD on a number of drug related charges. Terrell John Rashawn Nelson, of 6876 Ridgebrook Drive in North Charleston, and Miranda Fine-Meyer, of 2909 Cathedral Lane in Charleston, are not novices when it comes to arrests for dealing narcotics. We will start with Fine-Meyer because her Charleston County arrest record isn't as extensive as Nelson's.

2010 Charges:

Simple Possession of Marijuana - No status
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia - No status
Interference With an Officer - No status






2011 Charges:

Distribution of Heroin - Dismissed a year later by the 9th Circuit Solicitor.





2012 Charges: Miranda was out on bond from an arrest in August.

Possession of Cocaine - Out of jail on a $10,000 bond
PWID Drugs Near a School - Out of jail on a $5,000 bond








Her latest charges are:

Trafficking Methamphetamine - $50,000 bond
Possession of Amphetamine - $2,000 bond
Distribution of Crack - $10,000 bond
Possession of Ecstacy - $5,000 bond












Nelson's criminal history in Charleston County is fairly long.

2005 Charges:

Probation Violation - No status
Possession of Cocaine - Pled guilty before Judge Daniel Pieper - sentenced to two years, suspended in favor of two years of probation.
Possession of Crack - Pled guilty - sentenced to two years, suspended in favor of two years probation.
PWID Crack Near a School - Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor
2nd Offense Possesion of Cocaine -  Pled guilty before Judge Roger Couch - sentenced to two years, suspended in favor of two years or probation.
PWID Marijuana - Pled guilty - sentenced to two years, suspended in favor of two years probation.














2007 Charges:

PWID Marijuana - Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor four months later. Hmm....Rat much?
PWID Marijuana Near a School - Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor.
Unlawful Carrying of a Pistol - Pled guilty before Judge Michelle Childs - sentenced to time served.
Unlawful Possession of a Stolen Pistol - Pled guilty - sentenced to time served.
Unlawful Possession of a Pistol by a Person Under 21 - Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor.

Two Probation Violations - No status.













2008 Charges:

2nd Degree Lynching - Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor.




2009 Charges:

Failure to Stop for Blue Lights - Pled guilty before Judge Thomas Hughston - sentenced to three years, suspended in favor of time served and five years probation. Because Terrell takes probation so seriously.
Hit and Run, Attended Vehicle - Pled guilty - sentenced to one year, suspended in favor of time served and five years of probation.
Use of a Vehicle Without Permission - Pled guilty - same sentence as above.
1st Offense Possession of Marijuana - 30 days
Possession of a Controlled Substance Near a School - Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor.












2012 Charges:


Nelson was arrested in May on drug charges. Judge Gosnell, who usually seems to be one of the saner judges, set one bond for the crack distribution charges and bonds of $0.00 for the rest of the charges. In other words, Nelson was able to post one bond for all of the charges.

Three counts of 1st Offense Distribution of Crack - Pending - out of jail on a $10,000 bond.
Three counts of Distribution of a Controlled Substance Near a School - pending

Probation violation from June 2012 - Out of jail on a $25,000 bond. No status



















Latest Charges and Bonds:

Trafficking Methamphetamine - $50,000 bond
2nd Offense Possession of Marijuana - $1,000 bond
Distribution of Crack - $2,000 bond
Possession of Amphetamine - $10,000 bond











Once again, we see the police officers doing their jobs, but the solicitors and judges continue to fail the citizens. Can you imagine being a police officer, devoted to making your community safer and busting your hump for chump change? Every time you arrest a thug the solicitor either dismisses the charges or the judges hand down bullshit probation sentences. Then, once the thug violates probation, no prison time results and all the other bonds he is free on are never revoked? We are surprised so many officers stay in the job.