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Scales of justice

Freddy Keith Barnwell, 50, of 2471 Heritage Highway, Bamberg, pleaded guilty to third or subsequent offense of shoplifting.

Circuit Judge DeAndrea G. Benjamin sentenced him earlier this month to five years in prison, giving him credit for time served.

A grand jury indicted Barnwell on the charge of shoplifting enhancement for third or subsequent shoplifting offense.

In other pleas:

• Terretta Shamekia Haynes, 27, of 708 Mels Court, Orangeburg, pleaded guilty to two counts of forgery, valued at less than $10,000.

Benjamin sentenced her to three years in prison, suspended to three years of probation.

She ordered Haynes to pay restitution and stipulated that her probation term may end after she pays restitution.

• Robert Lee Brooks, 75, of 348 Iva Road, North, pleaded guilty to first-offense driving under the influence.

Benjamin sentenced him to 30 days at the Orangeburg County Detention Center, but gave him credit for time served.

A grand jury indicted Benjamin on the charge of second-offense driving under the influence.

• Vincent Isaac Stroman II, 32, of 721 Manning Street, Orangeburg, pleaded guilty to possession of alprazolam, also known as Xanax.

Benjamin sentenced him to six months in prison, giving him credit for time served.

• Antoine Jermaine Jenkins, 30, of 675 Alva Street, Orangeburg, pleaded guilty to non-violent second-degree burglary and petit larceny.

Benjamin sentenced him to two years in prison, suspended to two years of probation.

She also ordered him to pay restitution.

She stipulated that his probation term may end upon payment of restitution.

A grand jury indicted him on the charge of first-degree burglary.

• Donte Tyrese Green, 20, of 116 Alvarez Court, Cordova, pleaded guilty to unlawful carrying of a pistol.

Benjamin sentenced him under the Youthful Offender Act not to exceed one year, suspended to six months of probation.

• Luis Tyler, 46, of 185 Joseph Street, Orangeburg, pleaded guilty to first-offense possession with intent to distribute marijuana.

Benjamin sentenced him to two years in prison or a $500 fine.

A grand jury indicted Tyler on the charge of second-offense possession with intent to distribute marijuana.

• Aaron Jones, 37, of 1677 Desota Street, Orangeburg, pleaded guilty to first-offense possession of cocaine.

Benjamin sentenced him to one year in prison or a fine of $200.

As part of Jones’ plea agreement, prosecutors dismissed the charges of first-offense driving under suspension, suspended for DUI, and second-offense DUI.

• Jimmy Lee Robinson, 52, of 169 Catamount Road, Holly Hill, pleaded guilty to first-offense failure to stop for blue light.

Benjamin sentenced him to 90 days in jail, giving him credit for having already served four days.

She’s allowing Robinson to serve time on weekends.

A grand jury indicted Robinson on the charge of second-offense failure to stop for blue light.

• Angela Renee Baxter, 39, of 348 Mingo Street, Orangeburg, pleaded guilty to second-degree domestic violence.

Benjamin sentenced her to prison for two years, suspended to 18 months of probation.

She stipulated that Baxter’s probation term may end after she completes a batterer’s treatment program.

Baxter is not allowed to possess any firearm or ammunition for the next three years.

• Labaron Durell Washington, 30, of 112 Garnett Road, Orangeburg pleaded guilty to malicious injury to personal property valued at $2,000 or less, petit larceny valued at $2,000 or less and second-degree domestic violence.

Benjamin sentenced him to 30 days in jail. She gave him credit for having already served two days there.

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

Washington is not allowed to possess any firearm or ammunition for the next three years.

Charges of petit larceny and first-degree burglary were dismissed at his preliminary hearing.

• Edward Franklin Darby, 32, of 228 Midway Road, Elloree, pleaded guilty to second or subsequent failure to stop for blue light.

Benjamin sentenced him to 30 months in prison. She gave him credit for having already served 167 days in jail.

As part of his plea agreement, prosecutors dismissed Darby’s charge of resisting arrest.

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Martha Rose Brown covers crime and other topics. The South Carolina native has been a journalist for the past 16 years.

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