Family restaurant burns in Aiken County, SC

S.E. Social Justice Breaking News Bulletin – 1-7-17 7:45 a.m. ET

Popular restaurant burns overnight in Aiken County, SC

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By Greg Peterson
S.E. Social Justice Breaking News
Owner, News Director
906-273-2433

(Aiken County, SC) – A popular family restaurant in Aiken County, SC was extensively damaged late Saturday night by a fire.

The fire was reported about 10:30 p.m., on Friday, Jan. 6, 2018.

Numerous fire departments were called for mutual aid to fight the blaze at the Seafood Shack and More located at 2620 Columbia Highway North in Aiken County, SC.

The restaurant has received overwhelmingly great reviews on various websites.

The restaurant is located near Harvey Court and close to Interstate 20 north of Aiken.

No word on whether the restaurant will be able to reopen or rebuild. The cause of the fire has not been released. No injuries were reported.

Firefighters remains on the scene until 1 a.m. today, Sun., Jan. 7, 2018.

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Swainsboro Fire Department in Georgia broadcasts honor to all public servants and spotting Santa Claus via NORAD

URGENT – South Eastern Social Justice Breaking News Bulletin – 12-24-17 – Santa spotted over Georgia – 8:50 p.m. ET

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Broadcast honors all those who serve their community and country

By Greg Peterson
South Eastern Social Justice Breaking News
Co-Owner, News Director
906-273-2433

Swainsboro Fire Department getting NORAD reports of Santa Claus in Georgia
Broadcast honors all those who serve their community and country.
https://www.noradsanta.org/

Fire Department
205 North Green St.
Swainsboro, GA 30401

Phone: (478) 237-8533*
Fax: (478) 237-0115

E-Mail: fire@cityofswainsboro.org
For Emergencies Call 911

Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm

Mike Strobridge
Chief, Fire Department

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Arrests in Aiken County over past few days has included a woman charged in big heist, S.C. Highway Patrol busts “chop shop” operation, several arrested on drug trafficking charges, man gets scuffed up fighting with North Augusta police, and Augusta, GA man allegedly had child in the car while fleeing police while drunk

South Eastern Social Justice Breaking News Bulletin – 12-19-17 – 11:22 a.m. ET

Fleeing cops while drunk with kid in car, fighting with police, a $10,000 plus heist in North Augusta, drugs and more drugs, elderly man jailed in domestic violence case, and huge “chop shop” busted by the South Carolina Highway Patrol

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By Greg Peterson
South Eastern Social Justice Breaking News
Co-Owner, News Director
906-273-2433

Major $10,000 plus grand larceny charge filed against North Augusta woman – but who got ripped off

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A North Augusta woman has been arrested and jailed for an alleged big heist.
30-year-old Jennifer Owens was arrested by North Augusta Department of Public Safety at 3 a.m. this morning, Tues., Dec. 19, 2017
Owens is charged with grand larceny value $10,000 or more

Aiken County teen held on 8 major drugs charges involving the distribution of methamphetamine including several enhanced charges for allegedly dealing near a school

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17-year old Denzell Jackson of New Ellenton, SC was arrested about 11 a.m. Sunday morning, Dec. 17, 2017
Charges:
Drugs/trafficking in methamphetamine or cocaine base -100 grams or more
Drugs/trafficking methamphetamine > 100 grams w/in 1/2 mile of school
Drugs/ possession with intent to distribute (PWID) schedule II controlled substance
Drugs/ PWID schedule IV controlled substance
Drugs/PWID schedule IV controlled substance w/in mile of school
Drugs/ PWID schedule IV controlled substance
Drugs/ PWID schedule IV controlled substance w/in 1/2 mile of a school
Drugs/ PWID schedule II controlled substance w/in 1/2 mile of a school

South Carolina Highway Patrol busts major “chop shop” operation out of towing business

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41-year-old David Quarles of Windsor, SC was arrested about 2:30 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 18, 2017
Charges:
Improper towing
Driving under suspension 3rd
Chop shop, unlawfully own, operate, conduct, or to transport
Chop shop, unlawfully own, operate, conduct, or to transport
A breach of trust with fraudulent intent value $2000 or less

Trafficking and Traffic charges

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24 -year-old Markale Simpkins of Aiken, SC was arrested Saturday night on numerous traffic charges and meth/cocaine trafficking charges
Offenses:
Giving false info to public safety officer
Driving under suspension 2nd
Failure to yield
Drugs/trafficking in meth, or cocaine base-10 grams or more
Plus a hold for Columbia County Sheriff’s Department in Appling, GA.

Augusta, GA man busted for drunk driving and fleeing from police allegedly with his child in the vehicle

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30-year-old Jack Maddox of Augusta, GA was arrested Sunday night and booked into the Aiken County Detention Center
Charges:
Failure to stop for blue lights
Child/child endangerment, commit certain vehicular offenses
Driving under influence alcohol/substance 2nd
Failure to pay

Elderly man charged in domestic attack

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64-year-old Willie Scurry, Jr. of Pelion, SC was arrested Monday evening around 5:20 p.m.
Charge:
3rd degree domestic violence

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Beech Island man busted for allegedly dealing pot including allegedly selling marijuana near a school

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21-year-old Dominique Beal of Beech Island, SC was arrested about 9 p.m. Monday by the North Augusta Department of Public Safety.
Charges:
Hold for North Augusta Department of Public Safety
Possession with intent to distribute (PWID) marijuana within proximity to school or park
PWID marijuana

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26-year-old Quarrentin Schoultz of Jackson, SC was busted about 7 p.m. Monday for allegedly fighting with police while drunk
Charges:
Hold for South Carolina Parole and Probation Services
Open container, beer/wine
Resisting arrest

Federal prosecutors in South Carolina reveal a secretive cash operation that sends millions to Iraqi officials – Cash sent from South Carolina from U.S. contractors – and they charged an Anderson man – but won’t revealed the name of the secret company “Company A”

URGENT – URGENT – South Eastern Social Justice Breaking News – 12-19-17 – 6:45 a.m. ET

Intercepting hush-hush payments to Iraq from U.S. contractor leads to very secretive charges – allegedly skimming off $71,000 out of millions
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By Greg Peterson
South Eastern Social Justice Breaking News
Co-Owner, News Director
906-273-2433

(Anderson, SC) – Federal prosecutors have quietly filed charges against a Anderson, SC man who works for a super secret company that sends millions in clandestine cash payments from South Carolina to Iraqi officials.

53-year-old Charley Dean Hill of Anderson, SC is accused of not sending about $73,000 worth of the payments that were being sent to Iraq, according to the incredible felony information – a tool federal prosecutor use to get someone in custody

Federal prosecutors would only refer to the U.S. contractor as “Company A.”
In fact, the indictment gives no clue about how big the cash payments operation is to send cash payments to Iraq. However, it appears that millions of dollars were routed to Iraqi officials.

Scroll down to read the charges or click on link – and you can read or even download:
Secretive Program: Charley Dean Hill Iraq Payments

Hill is accused of making false statements to an FBI agent who traveled to Iraq to ferret out the scheme.

From February 2006 through February 2009, Hill “was employed in various capacities by a United States company that contracted with and provided integrated security and critical infrastructure services to, among other customers, the United States military (“company A”). company A operated in the Republic of lraq, among other places.,” the felony information states.

“As an employee of Company A, Hill was responsible for working with others, including Iraqi lawyers, translators, and others, to obtain licenses, permits, registrations, and visas in Iraq on Company A’s behalf,” the charges state.
On February 11, 2010, “Hill was interviewed by Special Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (“FBI”) … at the United States Victory Base Complex, Baghdad, Iraq, concerning payments made by Hill on behalf of Company A to Iraqi entities in connection with licensing and permitting processes,” the secretive information states.

“During that interview, Hill knowingly and willfully made materially false representations to the FBI concerning whether he ever mailed shipments of money from Iraq into the District of South Carolina. In particular, Hill falsely stated that he never sent mail shipments containing money from Iraq to South Carolina, when in fact he did so on numerous prior occasions, amounting to at least $71,900.”

Hill allegedly “knowingly and willfully make a materially false, fictitious, and fraudulent statement and representation,” the information alleges. Hill “falsely told the FBI that (he) never sent mail shipments containing money from Iraq to South Carolina.” Hill “did so on numerous prior occasions, amounting to at least $71,900,” federal prosecutors allege.

The government wants Hill to pay back what he allegedly took – and prosecutors want the government paid back pronto – as in this Friday.

“Hill will execute, no later than December 22, 2017, the Consent to Administrative Forfeiture for funds he personally received for his participation in the fraudulent scheme. This Judgment will be in the amount of $71,900,” the felony information states.

The prosecutors are:

Assistant U.S. Attorney Max Cauthen of Greenville, SC

Assistant U.S. Attorney David M. Fuhr, Trial attorney for the U.S. Justice Department Fraud Section in Washington, D.C.

Hill also has previous address in La France, SC and Clemson, SC.

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The spouse of a Fort Gordon Soldier has been arrested by the feds for allegedly punching the wife of another soldier in the face during a bizarre argument involving kids and dogs – and a Fort Gordon soldier faces up to a year in federal prison if convicted of two counts of drunken driving

South Eastern Social Justice Breaking News Bulletin – 12-16-17 11:11 a.m. ET

The feds this week charged a Fort Gordon soldier with two counts drunken driving and charged the spouse of a soldier with punching another soldier’s wife in a crazy incident in November 2016

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By Greg Peterson
South Eastern Social Justice Breaking News
Co-owner, News Director
906-273-2433

The spouse of a Fort Gordon soldier and a soldier were charged in federal court this week in separate misdemeanor cases.

Daymon Hall is charged with two counts of “DUI on a military reservation,” according to a criminal information complaint, a charging tool used by the feds.

30-year-old Tapria Russell is charged with simple assault, according to her criminal information complaint.

Federal prosecutors have one of their own working at Fort Gordon.

Federal Prosecutor on Base: Special Assistant United States Attorney Candace R. Cunningham, Office of the Staff Judge Advocate at Fort Gordon

Federal Prosecutor on Base: Special Assistant United States Attorney Candace R. Cunningham, Office of the Staff Judge Advocate at Fort Gordon

The charges against both soldiers were filed in Augusta federal courthouse on Wed., Dec. 13, 2017.

The prosecutor in both cases is Special Assistant United States Attorney Candace R. Cunningham, Office of the Staff Judge Advocate at Fort Gordon, GA.

Wife of Fort Gordon solider charged with assault; soldier charged with DUI in another case

Spouse of Fort Gordon soldier charged with assault; soldier charged with DUI in another case

 

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Soldier’s wife Ashley Taylor – who was the victim of an attack on Base

The spouse of a soldier, Russell is accused of assaulting 29-year-old Ashley Taylor – the spouse of another soldier – “by hitting her in the face with her hand,” on Nov. 16, 2016 at Fort Gordon, the federal information states.
Taylor was 28 at the time of the attack.

Taylor says there had been a problem with people not picking up after their dogs in the neighborhood. Taylor spotted the Russell’s son with the family dog and offered him a baggie.

“After the dog did it’s business .. (Taylor noticed) he had a large leaf in his hand.”

“Trying to be a good neighbor, I offered him a baggy,” Taylor told S.E. Social Justice Breaking News this morning.

“He said ‘no’. I offered again and pointed out community guidelines. He said no again and became aggressive.”

A short time later, Russell and her solder spouse allegedly showed up at Taylor’s door in a furor.

“She was aggressively angry, yelled at me for talking to her son. And I panicked. My children were on the other side of our screen door watching.”

The three adults had never met before and Taylor repeatedly asked the Russells to leave.

“She threatened me repeatedly and in an effort to calm everyone down, I literally sat on the ground and asked her to sit and talk with me,” Taylor recounted.

“She refused (and) continued to threaten me,” Taylor said.

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Soldier’s wife Ashley Taylor – who was the victim of an attack on Base

“Ultimately (Tapria Russell) punched me in the face on my right side,” Taylor said of the attack that left her confused by its allegedly aggressive nature. “My glasses flew across the carport and broke.”

That’s when the Russells left and Taylor called Fort Gordon Military Police.
“Her spouse grabbed her and they took off running. I finally felt it was safe enough to turn around, ran inside, and called the MPs.”

Taylor was concerned the case would never be prosecuted – and at one point – as MPs were trying to get to the bottom of the incident – Taylor felt like a suspect.

“I made a report, took pictures, and was threatened by the MPs with assault, even though I never laid a finger on anyone,” Taylor said.

Taylor is pleased the case will finally go to court.

If convicted, Russell faces up to six months in federal prison plus a maximum $5,000 fine.

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Both charges against Hall involve alleged drunken driving on June 24, 2917 on base for “unlawfully driving a moving vehicle” after allegedly drinking too much alcohol, the information states.
If convicted, Hall faces no more than 12 months in federal prison on each of the two counts plus a maximum of $2,000 in fines, and 40 days community service and the completion of a DUI alcohol use risk reduction course.

Wife of Fort Gordon solider charged with assault; soldier charged with DUI in another case

Wife of Fort Gordon soldier charged with assault; soldier charged with DUI in another case

North Augusta McDonald’s restaurant armed robbery this morning is second pre-dawn stickup in two days of an all night business – manhunt underway

South Eastern Social Justice Breaking News Bulletin – 12-16-17 6:55 a.m. ET

Saturday Seconds: Second predawn stickup at North Augusta all-night business

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By Greg Peterson
South Eastern Social Justice Breaking News
Co-owner, News Director
906-273-2433

For the second night in a row, North Augusta Police are investigating the pre-dawn armed robbery of an all-night business.
The suspect fled on foot across the parking lot after a stickup at the McDonald’s at 1831 Georgia Ave. in North Augusta.

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The second armed robbery was reported at about 6:15 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 16, 2017 at the popular fast food restaurant.

The suspect is described as a black male, about 6 foot, 2 inches tall, wearing a camouflage jacket, and a half-face neoprene mask.

The suspect this morning was also wearing leather hand gloves and was armed with a handgun.

The masked bandit was last seen running toward the SCE&G offices.

Meanwhile, a North Augusta gas station/convenience store was robbed yesterday morning before sunrise.

North Augusta Robbery 1At about 4:30 a.m. on Fri, Dec. 15, 2017, two suspects with handguns held up the Shell Gas station/Circle K at 10308 Atomic Rd, in North Augusta.

Police used blood hounds to try and find the two suspects armed suspects described as two black males with masks
Witnesses say they fled on foot.

The clerk did not know the direction of travel because they made her lay on the floor

“She is panicking,” one officer reported about the very scared clerk.

Witnesses said they fled on foot, not vehicle – and ran through the parking lot of the BBQ Barn.

North Augusta Police used bloodhound search dogs in the area of Atomic Road and Old Edgefield Road, and a nearby wooded area.

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Serious federal drug trafficking indictments returned in Augusta against two men in separate cases

South Eastern Social Justice Breaking News Bulletin – 12-8-17 6 p.m. ET – Serious drug trafficking indictments returned in Augusta against two men in separate cases

 

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By Greg Peterson
South Eastern Social Justice Breaking News
Co-owner, News Director
906-273-2433

(Augusta, GA) – An Aiken, South Carolina man has been indicted on federal charges in Augusta, GA involving allegations of armed drug trafficking in Richmond County.

In addition, the grand jury has indicted a an Augusta man in a separate case for heroin distribution scroll down to read more about him.

Alton Carraway,jr. mug 442-year-old Alton Carraway, Jr. of Aiken, SC is named in a 4-count felony indictment reunited yesterday by a federal grand jury sitting in Augusta, GA.

Carraway is charged with possession with intent to distribute controlled substances (Meth, heroin), possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, and possession of a stolen firearm.

On June 20, 2017 in Richmond County, Carraway alleged planned to distribute “500 grams or more” heroin and meth, plus “a quantity” of marijuana, the indictment states.

The same day, Carraway allegedly possessed a Ruger Model Blackhawk .45 caliber revolver, and a Smith & Wesson Model Airweight .38 caliber pistol “in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime, the grand jury charged. The indictment alleges the Ruger .45 was stolen.
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The grand jury alleges that Carraway possessed the handguns knowing he had already convicted of possession of meth and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon on June 18, 2015 in Richmond County Superior Court.

The indictment includes a “forfeiture allegation” in which prosecutors are seeking to claim the guns and all proceeds of Carraway’s alleged drug trafficking.

Carraway’s arrest history in the Aiken and Augusta area ranges from shoplifting to failure to pay fines to guns/drugs – possession of methamphetamine and marijuana, plus possession of a firearm by convicted felon.

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40-year-old Matthew Ward Timmerman of Augusta, GA is charged in a one count indictment returned yesterday in federal court in Augusta.

Timmerman is accused of possession heroin for sales on June 22, 2017. The indictment doesn’t describe the circumstances of the case. Timmerman’s arrest record over past decade includes trafficking in both heroin and methamphetamines.

On May 12, 2017, Timmerman was booked into the Richmond County jail on felony charges of heroin trafficking and cocaine distribution.
In 2009 Timmerman was paroled to Aiken County, SC from a state prison in Georgia after serving about six years total for crimes that included a 10-year sentence for drugs.

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Timmerman was sentenced to 10 years in prison after his December 2005 conviction in Richmond County for methamphetamine trafficking to run concurrently with a eight year probation sentence in 2001 for possession of Xanax with intent to distribute. It appears he was in prison from April 2003 when probation was revoked until paroled in 2009.

Timmerman was also ordered wear an electronic monitoring ankle bracelet upon release to Aiken County.

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The federal prosecutors in the two cases are:

U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Georgia Bobby L. Christine
Assistant U.S. Attorney Brian T. Rafferty, criminal division chief
Assistant U.S. Attorney Patricia Green Rhodes, lead counsel and deputy chief at criminal division
Assistant U.S. Attorney R. Brian Tanner, chief appellate division

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Federal Counterfeiting Indictment in Augusta, GA: Thousands in alleged fake money could duplicate into a 20-year federal sentence for an accused Augusta counterfeiter who impacted the lives of numerous CSRA shop owners and small businesses

South Eastern Social Justice Breaking News Bulletin – 12-8-17 1:46 p.m.

The feds reach out an nab an alleged counterfeiter cops say has been terrorizing shop owners in Richmond and Columbia counties

Fake $ Probe triggered by last year’s arrest of Terrance DeMarkus DeVoe when law enforcement in both counties raised the flag

By Greg Peterson
South Eastern Social Justice Breaking News
Co-owner, News Director
906-273-2433

(Augusta, GA) – An Augusta area man – who has a long arrest records including for allegedly passing fake money – has been indicted by a grand jury in Augusta, GA on two federal counterfeiting charges involving the alleged making and distributing of thousands of dollars in phony cash across Richmond and County counties.

TERRANCE DEMARKUS DEVOE mug 126-year-old Terrance DeMarkus DeVoe – who has been arrested in Aiken, Richmond and Columbia counties over the past 5 years – is named in the felony indictment handed down Wed., Dec. 6, 2017 by a federal grand jury sitting in Augusta, Georgia.

The indictment was just made public on the federal court doc site – often indictments are not announced until a suspect is in custody.  The notes in the indictment include $50, $20, $10, $5 bills. Scroll down to read the indictment we posted.

Devoe is charged with passing counterfeit reserve notes and manufacturing counterfeit reserve notes. If convicted, Devoe faces up to 20 years on each count in a federal prison, and the feds do not have parole.
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The Richmond County charges are believed to connected to the alleged use of fake $5, $10 and $20 bills totaling $200 in Sept. 2016 to purchase of an Xbox from a man in who was selling the game system on Craig’s List. The victim met with Devoe and an unidentified woman at the Walmart parking lot on Bobby Jones Expressway in an exchange that went quickly due to rain.

The victim was shocked and mortified when he tried to spend that fake cash at the Christmas Tree Shops and the cashier passed along the bad news.

He is also charged with making and distributing bogus bills in Columbia County.

The federal prosecutors in the case are:

U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Georgia Bobby L. Christine
Assistant U.S. Attorney Brian T. Rafferty, criminal division chief
Assistant U.S. Attorney Patricia Green Rhodes, lead counsel and deputy chief at criminal division
Assistant U.S. Attorney R. Brian Tanner, chief appellate division

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A quick glance at Devoe’s record includes numerous arrests in past five years:

Police agencies in Aiken County, SC:

2014: first degree assault and battery first degree, third offense driving under suspension, failing to stop for law enforcement, defective break light and windshield, defective brake lights.

2012: Driving with suspended license, open beer, first offense shoplifting

Richmond County:

2012: Richmond County Grand Jury indictments: Felony second-degree burglary and attempted fleeing and eluding police plus numerous misdemeanor traffic-related charges including no insurance, hit and run, and reckless driving

WRDW TV-12 story on Xbox counterfeit case
http://www.wrdw.com/content/news/Suspect-taken-into-custody-accused-of-paying-man-counterfeit-dollars-for-Xbox-392440581.html

 

URGENT Child found this morning after Abduction Stabbing: Violent child abductors may pass through the Aiken/Augusta area: Stabbing occurred during the child kidnapping in Pickens County, SC

Update 12-6-17 5:10 a.m. ET:

The child was located this morning and is now safe.

The suspects remain at large

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One stabbed, three-year-old kidnapped in Liberty, SC

Child Kidnap suspect Stephanie Hopkins

Child Kidnap suspect Stephanie Hopkins

Suspects, victim may pass through Aiken/Augusta area – really the entire CSRA

By Greg Peterson
South Eastern Social Justice Breaking News
Co-owner, News Director
906-273-2433

(Liberty, SC) – A multi-state search is underway tonight for a pair of alleged child kidnappers armed with a gun and knife in an incident that left one person stabbed in Pickens County, SC.

Aiken County 911 put out the BOLO because the suspect are believed to be headed to Georgia and could pass through the CSRA. The suspects are believed headed to Georgia.

Suspects are armed with a gun and a knife. One person was stabbed during the abduction, and male suspect allegedly fired gun.

The suspects are believed driving:

2001 White Ford Focus

South Carolina Tags: 9277 KP

The child abduction suspects are both from Liberty, SC:

53-year-old Keith G. Trotter

38-year-old Stephanie Lynn Hopkins

We are withholding the name of the little three-year-old child.

Child Kidnap suspect Stephanie Hopkins

Child Kidnap suspect Stephanie Hopkins

The suspects allegedly kidnapped a three-year-old child in Liberty, SC.

Officials say the suspects fired a gun during the abduction and one person was stabbed.

Help Find A Columbia County Woman: Two-state search underway for elderly Columbia County woman who has dementia and may be driving her car

URGENT South Eastern Social Justice Breaking News Bulletin – URGENT 9 p.m. ET – Cops in two states issued BOLO for missing 88-year-old Columbia County woman with dementia who is likely driving a car – Relatives just want her safely back home – please share

BOLO: Missing 88-year-old Columbia County woman needs to be found

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By Greg Peterson
South Eastern Social Justice Breaking News
Owner, News Director
906-273-2433

A search is underway tonight for an elderly Columbia County woman with dementia who may be driving a car – and unaware of her surroundings.
Everyone just want this fine woman – Mrs. Meadows – returned home safely.

naomi-meadows-fb-3-e1512438238453.jpgAiken County, SC authorities put out a “be on the lookout” (BOLO) tonight for the elderly woman.

The broadcast was requested by officials in Columbia County, GA.

The woman was identified as 88-year-old Naomi M. Meadows of Evans – who was last seen at 11 a.m. today, Mon., Dec. 4, 2017.

Meadows is believed to be driving a Blue Ford Explorer with Georgia license plate WV – 8285.

If you ever have had a family member – whom you love dearly – get dementia- then you know how bad the family misses her and is concerned.

Meadows Facebook page states:

Went to Woodrow Wilson High School
Lives in Evans, Georgia
From Beckley, West Virginia