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Aiken Standard (Newspaper) - March 9, 2010, Aiken, South Carolina 4A Tuesday, March 9, 2010 LOCAL IWS Aiken Standard, Aiken, South Carolina Page edited by: Melissa Simmons BOOKINGS I These are the bookings : recorded for the Doris C. ; Gravat Detention Center : for March 5-7. Some of the j people listed may not have ' actually spent time in jail if : they posted bond and were ; released. Although those ; listed have been arrested and i chained, that does not mean I they have been found guilty. All bookings may be viev^^ed ; online by visiting www.aiken-1 standard.com and clicking on ; the "Crime" tab. Kino Quincy Wright, 24 — family court bench warrant Royal Paul Lowe, 63 — ' assault and battery Michael Dewayne Wil-iiams Jr., 22 — driving under suspension, open container, driving under the influence Daniel Darrell Stallings, ; 26 — criminal domestic violence Deborah Storey Barr, 44 — driving under the influence Dominio Gerrod Strom, 27 — driving under the influence first offense Stephanie Marie Ryals, 27 — possession and use of ID of another, possession of a controlled substance, possession of prescription dmgs James Kevin Wright, 39 — driving under the influence second offense Justin Warren Pilcher, 22 — public drunk, no South Carolina driver's license, possession of drug paraphernalia bench warrant Hallart Devon Wilson, 33 — hold for Columbia County per National Crime Information Center Vance Trigg Joseph King, 48 — bondsman off bond criminal domestic violence Donnell Nathaniel Bas-kett, 27 — simple assault, manufacture distribution of cocaine base, possession of a schedule II narcotic Timothy Lawantha Jones, 39 — violation of probation Larry Dewarren McBur-nett, 19 — driving under the influence first offense David Lee Youngbloodv27 — failure to appear and pay Tellis Devender Coping, 58 — criminal domestic vio lence Keith Clarence Price, 53 — trespassing after notice A1 Sedrick Allen, 34 — criminal domestic violence Gerald Christopher Bryant, 17 — trespassing after notice Robert Joseph Meyer Sr., 46 — driving under the influence William Murphy, 54 — driving under the influence David RandaU Wise, 23 — criminal conspiracy Gerald Britton Shealey, 45 — public drunk Pamela Lynn Harley, 43 — driving under the influence second offense Tilford Larr> Grubbs, 48 — driving under the imiuence James Terry Broomfield, 41 — driving without a driver's license, failure to appear/ driving under suspension Robert Wayne Lowe, 41 — driving under the influence William Leonard Smith, 41 — open container bench . warrant Joseph Scuriy Jr., 34 — grand larceny Maurice Nigel Griffin, 21 — trespassing Billy Dynell Smith, 38 — trespassing, disorderiy conduct, damage to county property, resisting arrest two counts Johnny Lamar Coleman, 29 — driving under the influence second offense, driving under suspension first offense, hold for Saluda County per National Crime Information Center Priscilla Christa Anderson, 17 — burglary second degree Quincy O'Neal Wright, 18 — trespassing/entering premises, criminal domestic violence Miles Rodney Wilson Sr., 44 — assault and battery bench warrant, criminal domestic violence John Prince Jones, 21 — driving under the influence first offense Cecil O'Brian Dudley, 26 — simple possession of marijuana, driving under suspension more than first, providing false information to public safety officer, possession of crack cocaine, possession of drug paraphemalia ' Manuel Sanchez-Martinez, 37 — no South Carolina driver's license, open container Ramon Sanchez-Marti-nez, 33 — open container Larry Chad Phillips, 18 — driving under suspension first offense, false information to public safety officer, improper vehicle license, possession of drug paraphemalia Scottie Dean Prince Sr., 38 — driving under suspension Sharon Arnet Jordan, 39 — assault and battery, disorderly conduct two counts, resisting arrest Monique Yvette Pettaway, 25 — driving under the influence first offense Reilly Charlotte Welliver, 21 — driving under the influence first offense Mark Henry Donnelly, 26 — simple possession of niarijuana, driving under the influence first offense Tammy McGuire Kelley, 49 -- simple possession of marijuana, driving under the influence DreamMaker . • Bath & Kitchen ^ 803'593'9191 ofP^ J^oxúi Comhwdion Co. 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Limited to the Next 500 k New Members Oniy (803) 226-0007 401 Silver Bluff Road • Aiken, SC Christopher Daniel Council, 23 — assault and battery Jestin Manning Taylor, 21 — open container of beer, false information to public safety officer, grand larceny, driving under the influence, driving under suspension second olfense Adonis Elijahjuaun Moment, 26 — driving under suspension third offense, providing false information Roosevelt Sam Corbitt in, 46 — open container Shannon Lee Busbee, 42 — criminal sexual conduct two counts Douglas Aaron Bennett, 28 — criminal domestic violence Charies fienry Tice Sr., 48 — transporting legal hquor unlawfully, possession of ¿ug paraphernalia, simple possession of marijuana, disorderly conduct Gabrielle Celie Frances Holloway, 17 — shoplifting first oflfense Lashondra Shanice Dunbar, 18 — shoplifting first offense Daniel Darrell Stallings, 26 — criminal domestic violence first oflfense Tabitha Lynn Moore, 18 — assault and battery POLICE BLOTM • Aiken Public Safety detectives are investigating a home invasion reported at an Alfred Street residence on Friday. The victims said they were in the house watching television when two young men kicked in the door, causing the window to break. One of the men who entered the home was reportedly armed, the victims told police. The man dropped the gun, picked it up and tiien reportedly ran away, and the police were called. • A radar detector was reportedly stolen during a car break-in at Lakeside Drive on Monday. The vehicle was left uiuuckcu. • An Aiken man reported his dog stolen, adding that another man had recently been asking about the animal and wanted to have it fight another dog. The incident is under investigation. • An Aiken man has been accused of malicious injury to property on allegations he ripped a page out of a jeweliy store catalog while he was at the Whiskey Road branch of Kay Jewelers. The man asked if he could make a copy of the catalog and was told it was against company policy. He reportedly reached over and tore the page out. • A 23-year-old Aiken man was charged with assault and battery of a high and aggra- VCIiCK^ AlUtUJLV.' V^XA ^«XAV^UklV/liO IIC stabbed another man after a fight over a video game ignited. The man has been detained. BRIEFLY MAU to hold job fair in Augusta MAU will hold a job fair mau.com. on Wednesday at Jameson Suites, Augusta, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for positions at several CSRA manufacturing facilities. All applicants must have a minimum of six months' experience. For more information, visit www. Admiral Steamer m mm carpet cleaner fptft _ _ 0/ UyUAuthorized Applicator Í 'liéfí¡niW¡l IS cotchgard CZ^Carpet & Upholstery Protector Air Duct Cleaning Special M19.95 Includes 6 Vents & 1 Return Expires 3/22/10 Furniture Cleaning SofaUpTo6ft'M2.95 Love Seat • ^32.95 Chain'21.95 Recliner • '24.95 Dry Cleaning An Additional Cost 'Expires 3/22/10 I Fuel or trip chargo will apply. Dry cleaning additional charge. $65.00 mln. charge. Rooms 250 sq.ft. & over are considered 2 rooms. It's TJie 2,00'' STEA^M irhat Gets It Clean! Aiken • 803-642-0669 or 1-800-762-8818 THE SILENCING OF GOD The United States of America is undergoing swift transition as the liberal forces of "political correctness" and an unrestrained judiciary wage a vociferous culture war. Their objective: to expunge every manifestation of God, Christ, and the Bible from American life. But America's intimate connection to Christianity from the very beginning was embedded deeply in our public way of life. Though the adversaries of God have been steadily chipping away at our foundations for 50 years, many indications of our nation's Christian heritage remain. "The Silencing of God" seminar is designed to awaken Christians to the urgent need to recall our nation from the moral and spiritual depths to which she has plunged. It issues a stirring call to reaffirm the biblical values that are being systematically stripped from our public life. FREE SEMINAR Sponsored by Warrenville Church of Christ USCA ETHERREDGE CENTER Saturday, March 13 9:30-12:30 & 2:30-4:30 Lunch On Your Own Question & Answer Session Very Informative For Students USCA Campus • 471 University Parkway For l^ore Info 663-7699 The Seminar Addresses Such Questions As: DID THE FOUNDING FATHERS ADVOCATE "SEPARATION OF CHURCH & STATE?"
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