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Man guilty in shooting

Man guilty in shooting

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An Orangeburg man pleaded guilty last week in a shooting incident.

Malik Jones, 20, of 1374 St. Ann St., Orangeburg, pleaded guilty to assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature.

Circuit Judge James Barber sentenced Jones to prison for five years. He gave him credit for having served time at the Orangeburg County Detention Center since March 17, 2016.

A teen reported he was sitting on his porch on March 12, 2016 when Jones arrived in front of the residence in a silver Nissan Altima.

The teen said Jones exited the vehicle, pulled a weapon from his waistband and confronted the teen about a prior incident. He said Jones struck him in the head with the gun, causing him to fall on the ground.

He said he tried to defend himself, but Jones pushed him back and shot his right ankle.

In other pleas:

• Michael Edward Myers Jr., 26, of 1009 Fairview Road, Orangeburg, pleaded guilty to second-degree domestic violence and driving under the influence, second offense.

For the domestic violence charge, Barber sentenced him to prison for one year. Upon the service of 30 days, the balance of the sentence will be suspended to probation for three years.

For the DUI charge, Barber sentenced him to 60 days in jail and a fine of $2,100. Upon service of 30 days and payment of $1,100, the balance of the sentence will be suspended to probation for three years.

Barber credited him for having served three days and ordered him not to consume alcohol.

  • Gregory Gethers, 25, of 13110 Old Number Six Highway, Eutawville, pleaded guilty to second-degree domestic violence.

Barber sentenced him to prison for six months, with the balance of the sentence suspended to probation for one year.

Gethers must also complete a batterer’s treatment program.

  • Kelsey Lamont Neals, 22, of Tremount Halfway House, Holly Hill, pleaded guilty to resisting arrest and second-degree assault and battery.

Barber sentenced her to prison for six months for the resisting arrest charge and one year for the assault charge.

The sentences will run concurrently.

  • Demetric Leanthony Duley, 33, of 115 Cade Drive, Orangeburg, pleaded guilty to second-degree assault and battery and breach of trust with fraudulent intent, value over $2,000 but less than $10,000.

For the breach of trust charge, Barber sentenced him to prison for three years. Upon the service of 90 days, the balance of the sentence will be suspended to two years of probation.

For the assault charge, Barber sentenced him to prison for 18 months. Upon the service of 90 days, the balance of the sentence will be suspended to two years of probation.

The sentences will run concurrently.

Barber credited him for having served 22 days.

  • Najee Demetrium Daquan Walley, 21, of 121 Tudon Road, Orangeburg, pleaded guilty to two counts of unlawful carrying of a gun.

Barber sentenced him to two concurrent terms of 30 days in jail. He’s to pay associated court costs within 90 days of release.

  • Joe Nathan Summers, 49, of 127 Franklin St., Holly Hill, pleaded guilty to third-degree criminal sexual conduct.

Barber sentenced him to prison for eight years. Upon service of 66 days, the balance of the sentence will be suspended to one year of probation.

Summers is also required to undergo sex counseling, alcohol testing and not to have any contact with the victim.

  • Willard Samuel Truett, 63, of 9715 Willie Road, Orangeburg, pleaded guilty to use of vehicle without permission.

Barber sentenced him to jail for 90 days and a fine of $250.

  • Quinnton Jamar Henderson, 26, of 1335 Country Colony Drive, Orangeburg, will spend 30 months in prison after pleading guilty to third-degree assault and battery, two counts of failure to stop for a blue light and two counts of grand larceny, valued at more than $2,000 but less than $10,000.

Barber sentenced him to 30 days in jail for the assault charge.

For the grand larceny charges, Barber sentenced him to prison for five years. Upon the service of 30 days, the balance is suspended to probation for 18 months.

Henderson was sentenced to two prison terms of 30 months for the failure to stop for blue lights charges.

The sentences will run concurrently.

Barber also ordered him to pay $400 in restitution to Express Car Wash.

  • Daynesha Shyqwell Russell, 25, of 365 Jamison Ave., Orangeburg pleaded guilty to breaking into motor vehicles and failure to stop for a blue light.

Barber sentenced her to two concurrent terms of 90 days in jail, with the balance suspended to probation for 18 months.

She’s also ordered to pay $400 in restitution.

  • Jonathan Taylor Brewington, 20, of 4031 Stillwood Circle, Orangeburg, pleaded guilty to three counts of forgery valued less than $10,000 each and one count of possession of cocaine.

Barber sentenced him under the Youthful Offender Act not to exceed five years, with the balance suspended to probation for five years.

Barber ordered him to pay $5,406 to Piggly Wiggly and perform 200 hours of public service.

Brewington must also undergo substance abuse counseling and random drug/alcohol testing.

  • Quincy Smith III, 27, of 543 Gibson St., Orangeburg, pleaded guilty to two counts of first-degree domestic violence.

Barber sentenced him to two concurrent terms of 10 years in prison. Upon the service of 18 months, the balance is suspended to 30 months of probation.

Smith must also complete a batterer’s treatment program.

  • Craig Wilson, 47, of Denmark, pleaded guilty to first-degree domestic violence.

Barber sentenced him to prison for 10 years. Upon the service of 18 months, the balance will be suspended to 18 months of probation.

Wilson must also complete a batterer’s treatment program.

  • Dimanche Sintell Clark, 35, of 1957 Camden Road, Holly Hill, pleaded guilty to possession of less than one gram of methamphetamine/cocaine base, second offense.

Barber sentenced him to prison for six months and paying all court costs within 90 days of his release from prison.

  • Mario Isaiah Bowman, 28, of 277 Hamtor St., Branchville, pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine, first offense, and resisting arrest.

For the drug charge, Barber sentenced him to prison for nine months and a fine of $300.

For the charge of resisting arrest, Barber sentenced him to 30 days in jail.

The terms will run consecutively.

Contact the writer: mbrown@timesanddemocrat.com or 803-533-5545. Follow on Twitter: @MRBrownTandD.

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