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Donald Jay Rose, 36, of 113 Menefee Court, Cordova, pleaded guilty to first-degree domestic violence.

Circuit Judge Ed Dickson sentenced him to four years in prison in August.

Dickson stipulated that Rose’s term is to be served at the same time as terms he’s already serving for his third-degree burglary and grand larceny convictions.

Rose pleaded guilty to those two charges this past July.

Dickson gave Rose credit for having already served 227 days at the Orangeburg County Detention Center.

At Rose’s preliminary hearing, a magistrate dismissed the charges of third or subsequent offense failure to register as a sex offender, second-degree domestic violence, petit larceny, giving false information to law enforcement and shoplifting.

In other guilty pleas:

• D’Ondre Re’Shard Zimmerman, 25, of 631 Avens Court, Bowman, pleaded guilty to second or subsequent possession of a controlled substance (ecstasy), unlawful carrying of pistol, first-offense possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine, first-offense failure to stop for blue light, first-offense possession with intent to distribute marijuana and first-offense possession of less than one gram of crack cocaine.

Dickson sentenced him to five years in prison.

A grand jury indicted him on charges of second-offense possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine and second-offense possession with intent to distribute marijuana.

As part of his plea agreement, prosecutors dismissed the charges of second or subsequent offense possession of other controlled substances, third or subsequent offense possession with intent to distribute marijuana, first-offense possession of cocaine, second-offense driving under the influence and first-offense possession of one ounce or less of marijuana.

• Alexander Louis Smalls, 30, of 536 Hollyhock Road, Branchville, pleaded guilty to strong-arm robbery.

Dickson sentenced him to four years in prison. He was given credit for having already served 170 days in jail.

• Felicia Lasha Dixon, 24, of 109 Pelton Lane, North, pleaded guilty to first-degree assault and battery.

Dickson sentenced her under the Youthful Offender Act not to exceed three years, suspended to five years of probation.

He gave her credit for having already served 119 days in jail.

Dickson stipulated that her probation may end after six months if she has paid restitution and is in compliance with officers.

According to her indictment, Dixon struck a woman with a 2-by-4 piece of wood on Oct. 15, 2018.

• John Charley, 25, of 4422 Bushy Drive, Orangeburg, pleaded guilty to non-violent second-degree burglary.

Dickson sentenced him under the Youthful Offender Act not to exceed two years, suspended to nine months of probation.

He gave Charley credit for having already served two days in jail.

• Marcus Terrell Guest, 39, of 2948 Toney Bay Road, Holly Hill, pleaded guilty to first-offense possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine and first-offense failure to stop for blue light.

Dickson sentenced him to five years in prison. After he serves 75 days, the remainder of his sentence will be suspended to probation for 30 months.

Dickson gave him credit for having already served three days in jail.

He stipulated that Guest’s probation may end after 18 months if he’s compliant with probation officers.

He’s allowed to serve his jail time on weekends.

A jury indicted Guest on second-offense possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine.

• William Curtis Lucas Jr., 35, of 251 Valley Drive, Orangeburg, pleaded guilty to first-offense third-degree burglary.

Dickson sentenced him to 90 days in jail and gave him credit for having already served 20 days there.

Lucas is allowed to serve his time on weekends.

A grand jury indicted Lucas on the charge of violent second-degree burglary.

As part of his plea agreement, prosecutors dismissed the charge of grand larceny valued more than $2,000 but less than $10,000.

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• Mason Pinckney, 23, of 735 Mobley Street, Orangeburg, pleaded guilty to grand larceny valued more than $10,000 and first-offense failure to stop for blue light.

Dickson sentenced him to 30 months in prison.

As part of Pinckney’s plea agreement, prosecutors dismissed the charge of breaking into a motor vehicle.

• Sharon Lequinn Foster, 33, of 944 Stilton Road, Orangeburg, pleaded guilty to second-degree domestic violence.

Dickson sentenced her to three years in prison. After she serves 30 days, the balance will be suspended to one year of probation.

He gave her credit for having already served 140 days in jail.

He stipulated that her probation term may end early upon her completion of a batterer’s treatment program.

Foster is prohibited from possessing any firearm or ammunition for the next three years.

• Mary Ann Schostag, 50, of 4493 Cope Road, Cope, pleaded guilty to abandonment of animals.

Dickson sentenced her to time served.

An arrest warrant accused her of depriving a 2- to 3-year-old husky of food and water while leaving her inside the residence under deplorable and unsanitary living conditions for more than 48 hours on Jan. 25, 2019.

• Carson Timothy Edward Noe, 51, of 4487 Cope Road, Cope, pleaded guilty to abandonment of animals.

Dickson sentenced him to time served.

An arrest warrant accused Noe of depriving his bird dog of food and water while leaving it inside of the residence under deplorable and unsanitary living conditions for more than 48 hours.

• Anthony Lavern Spigner, 19, of 10 Myers Lane, St. Matthews, pleaded guilty to second or subsequent failure to stop for blue light.

Dickson sentenced him to 90 days in jail.

He gave Spigner credit for having already served one day there.

He’s allowing him to serve his time on weekends.

• Kayla Hope Traxler, 25, of 4585 Bamberg Road, Cope, pleaded guilty to violent second-degree burglary, first-offense possession of methamphetamine and malicious injury to personal property valued over $2,000 but less than $10,000.

Dickson sentenced her to five years in prison. After she serves 90 days, the remainder of her sentence will be suspended to five years of probation.

He gave her credit for having already served 33 days in jail.

He stipulated that her probation term may end after two years if she remains in compliance with officers.

He’s allowed her to serve her time on weekends.

He also ordered her to pay restitution, splitting the payment with William Burgess Hutto Jr., 31, of 104 Megan Road, Neeses.

As part of Traxler’s plea agreement, prosecutors dismissed the charge of grand larceny valued at $10,000 or more.

• Tywan Lamont Quamane Miller, 28, of 220 Jensen Court, Orangeburg, pleaded guilty to possession of a stolen vehicle valued at $10,000 or more.

Dickson sentenced him to five years in prison, provided that after he serves one year, the balance of the sentence will be suspended to 18 months of probation.

• Terra A. Mishoe, 42, of 3411 Neeses Highway, Orangeburg, pleaded guilty to two counts of financial identity fraud.

Dickson sentenced her to 10 years in prison, suspended to five years of probation.

While serving probation, Mishoe is required to enroll in a long-term inpatient drug treatment program.

She’s also required to pay restitution.

• Aaron Devon Ryant, 28, of 104 Jamison Avenue, Orangeburg, pleaded guilty to possession of a stolen handgun and second or subsequent failure to stop for blue light.

Dickson sentenced him to four years in prison. After the service of nine months, the balance of the sentence will be suspended to 18 months of probation.

He gave Ryant credit for having already served one day.

As part of his plea agreement, prosecutors dismissed Ryant’s charge of unlawful carrying of a pistol. At a preliminary hearing, a magistrate dismissed Ryant’s charge of possession of a firearm or ammunition by a person convicted of a violent felony.

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