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An Orangeburg man pleaded guilty to first-offense trafficking in 10 to 28 grams of crack cocaine.

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Last month, Circuit Judge Ed Dickson sentenced William Donnell Haynes, 44, of 27 Mockingbird Lane, to eight years in prison.

He credited Haynes for having already served 281 days at the Orangeburg County Detention Center.

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His indictment accuses him of trafficking in crack cocaine on Sept. 1, 2016.

As part of his plea agreement, prosecutors dismissed the charges of trafficking in heroin 28 grams or more and four counts of first-offense possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance.

  • Jaquavian Kelly, 20, of 449 Metz Drive, North Augusta, pleaded guilty to first-offense simple possession of marijuana.

Dickson sentenced him to time served.

A grand jury indicted Kelly on the charge of possession with intent to distribute marijuana.

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As part of his plea agreement, prosecutors dismissed Kelly’s charge of unlawful carrying of a pistol.

  • Terrance Glover, 42, of 2017 Farr Road, Cope, pleaded guilty to first-offense failure to stop for blue light and first-offense driving under the influence less than .10 blood alcohol concentration.

Dickson sentenced him to two years in prison, suspended to 15 months of probation.

As part of his plea agreement, prosecutors dismissed the charge of first-offense uninsured motor vehicle fee violation.

  • James Eugene Taylor, 36, of 149 LaVista Lane, Holly Hill, pleaded guilty to second-degree assault and battery.

Dickson sentenced him to two years in prison, suspended to one year of probation.

He stipulated that Taylor’s probation could end early if he completes a batterer’s treatment program or obtain his GED.

He ordered Taylor to complete both.

  • Jeyaunka Williams Singleton, 36, of 867 Amelia Street, Orangeburg, pleaded guilty to shoplifting enhancement for third or subsequent offense.

Dickson sentenced her to three years in prison, suspended to probation for one year.

He stipulated that her probation term may end after six months if her probation officer recommends it.

According to her indictment, she stole several cases of beer from Dollar General on June 8, 2019.

  • Timothy Curtis Lee Pitts, 34 of 109 Jaree Drive, Cordova, pleaded guilty to third-degree domestic violence.

Dickson sentenced him to 90 days at the OCDC, suspended to one year of probation.

He stipulated that Pitts’ probation may end after he completes a batterer’s treatment program.

A grand jury indicted Pitts on the charge of second-degree domestic violence.

  • Tokumbo Gwandoya Howell, 42, of 144 Peach Shed Road, Vance, pleaded guilty to first-offense driving under the influence, less than .10 blood alcohol concentration, second-offense driving under suspension and first-offense failure to stop for blue light.

Dickson sentenced him to two years in prison, provided that after he serves 90 days at the OCDC, the remainder of his sentence is suspended to two years of probation.

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

A grand jury indicted Howell on the charges of second-offense driving under the influence at less than .10 blood alcohol concentration.

  • Shinique Pia Bennett, 41, of 118 Tall Pines Drive, Orangeburg, pleaded guilty to first-offense resisting arrest.

Dickson sentenced her to one year in prison, suspended to nine months of probation.

  • Trine Walker, 39, of 403 White Sands Road, Holly Hill, pleaded guilty to second-offense driving under the influence with a .10 blood alcohol concentration and first-offense driving under suspension.

Dickson sentenced her to five days at the OCDC and to pay a $1,000 fine.

Dickson is allowing Walker to serve her time on weekends and pay all court fines and fees on or before Jan. 31, 2020.

A grand jury indicted Walker on a charge of fifth-offense or more driving under the influence less than .10 blood alcohol concentration.

As part of her plea agreement, prosecutors dismissed her charge of habitual traffic offender.

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