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Tre’Mahrey Ja’Mar Jerido, 20, of 128 Hunter St., Norway, pleaded guilty last month to first-offense third-degree burglary.

Circuit Judge Howard King sentenced him under the Youthful Offender Act not to exceed five years.

He also ordered Jerido to pay restitution with Trentez Ramontay James, 20, of 114 Bowens Road, Springfield.

As part of his plea agreement, prosecutors dismissed the charges of petit larceny, possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime and failure to stop at a blue light.

Also, James pleaded guilty to first-offense third-degree burglary.

King sentenced him under the Youthful Offender Act not to exceed five years. He must also pay restitution with Jerido.

As part of his plea agreement, prosecutors dismissed the charges of petit larceny and possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime.

In other pleas:

• Qujames Ronnell Hughes, 40, of 950 Graham St., Orangeburg, pleaded guilty to third-offense possession of cocaine.

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

• Aaron Thomas Carter, 60, of 306 Carlisle St., Bamberg, pleaded guilty to breach of trust under $2,000.

King sentenced him to 30 days at the Orangeburg County Detention Center or a $250 fine.

• John Byron Pinckney, 41, of 1213 Brandon St., Orangeburg, pleaded guilty to unlawful carrying of a handgun.

King sentenced him to 60 days in jail and gave him credit for having already served 39 days.

• Antinette Dottie Isaac, 21, of 12785 Old Number Six Hwy., Eutawville, pleaded guilty to first-offense possession with intent to distribute marijuana.

King sentenced her to three years in prison and a fine of $3,000, suspended to two years of probation.

• Anthony Jermaine Fersner Jr., 38, of 280 Green St., Orangeburg, pleaded guilty to second or subsequent offense of possession of one ounce or less of marijuana and second or subsequent offense of failure to stop for blue light.

King sentenced him to one year in prison, provided that after he serves 60 days, the remainder of the sentence will be suspended to 18 months of probation.

He gave Fersner credit for having already served 25 days in jail.

As part of his plea agreement, prosecutors dismissed the charge of possession of a firearm or ammunition by a person convicted of a violent felony.

• Tina Ann Hickox, 40, of 4980 Beckman Road, West Columbia, pleaded guilty to first-offense third-degree burglary and grand larceny valued more than $10,000.

King sentenced her to three years in prison. After she serves 90 days, the sentence will be suspended to two years of probation.

King gave her credit for having already served 99 days.

As a result of Hickox’s guilty plea, prosecutors dismissed two charges of grand larceny.

• Tremaine Donnavan Harper, 21, of 1510 St. Andrews Road, Columbia, pleaded guilty to carrying a weapon on school property.

King sentenced him under the Youthful Offender Act not to exceed five years, suspended to 30 months of probation.

He also ordered Harper to obtain his GED.

According to Harper’s grand jury indictment, he possessed a Glock 17 9mm handgun on the campus of South Carolina State University on April 28, 2019.

• Travis Neals, 39, of 285 Maxwell Road, Harleyville, pleaded guilty to use of vehicle without permission with intent to deprive.

King sentenced him to time served of 21 days.

A grand jury indicted Neals on the charge of grand larceny valued more than $10,000 in connection with a 2015 Chevrolet Silverado.

• Ashley Lynn Hutto, 29, of 112 Chaplins Road, Neeses, pleaded guilty to two counts of first-offense third-degree burglary.

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

At Hutto’s preliminary hearing, Orangeburg County Magistrate Rob Clariday dismissed two charges of non-violent second-degree burglary. As a result of Hutto’s plea agreement, prosecutors dismissed a charge of petit larceny.

• April Frances McAllister-Gleaton, 32, of 1940 Julia St., Orangeburg, pleaded guilty to first-offense possession of methamphetamine and violent second-degree burglary.

King sentenced her to time served.

A grand jury indicted McAllister-Gleaton on the count of first-degree burglary.

As a result of her guilty plea, prosecutors dismissed the charge of attempted murder.

• Ty’Quarria Monsha Kennerly, 19, of 351 Cemetery St., Orangeburg, pleaded guilty to hit-and-run with property damage.

King sentenced her to one year in prison, suspended to six months of probation.

• Joseph Lydell Cullum Jr., 28, of 3941 Charleston Hwy., West Columbia, pleaded guilty to unlawful carrying of a pistol and first-offense driving under suspension.

King sentenced him to 30 days in jail or a $100 fine.

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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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