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Orangeburg shoplifter gets jail time

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Christopher Jamar Simmons, 25, of 623 Jamison Avenue, Orangeburg, pleaded guilty to shoplifting valued at $2,000 or less.

Circuit Judge Maite Murphy sentenced him to 30 days in jail.

A grand jury indicted Simmons on the charge of shoplifting enhancement for third or subsequent offense valued at $2,000 or less.

According to his indictment, Simmons stole a pack of Listerine Ready Tabs from CVS.

In other pleas:

• Jean Nicole Neese, 35, of 214 Laurel Springs Lane, St. Matthews, pleaded guilty to two counts of forgery, value less than $10,000.

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

She also ordered Neese to work 80 hours of public service employment, complete substance abuse counseling and undergo random drug/alcohol testing.

She’s also required to pay restitution to Piggly Wiggly.

• Lee Earnest Leach, 53, of 347 Wade Court, Orangeburg, pleaded guilty to breaking into a motor vehicle.

Murphy sentenced him to 115 days at the Orangeburg County Detention Center. He was given credit for time served.

• Samson Lee Green, 29, of 274 Broad Street, Orangeburg, pleaded guilty to first-offense possession of molly and first-offense possession of eutylone.

Murphy sentenced him to jail for 90 days.

• Scotty Latroy Green, 32, of 20444 Heritage Highway, Denmark, pleaded guilty to first-offense failure to stop for blue light.

Murphy sentenced him to 90 days in jail and gave him credit for having already served that time.

• Barry Orlando Pettus, 51, of 724 Hayden Road, North, pleaded guilty to hit-and-run causing property damage.

Murphy sentenced him to 30 days in jail. She gave him credit for having already served nine days.

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

• Jeffrey Alonzo Keitt, 61, of 187 Laquinta Drive, Orangeburg, pleaded guilty to shoplifting enhancement for third or subsequent offense.

Murphy sentenced him to 30 days in jail. She gave him credit for the time he served.

• Jeremy Howard Thomas, 26, of 168 Meadowside Drive, Cope, pleaded guilty to first-offense driving under the influence less than .10 blood alcohol concentration.

Murphy sentenced him to 30 days in jail and gave him credit for time served.

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

• Ernest Levern Randolph, 45, of 6616 Old State Road, St. Matthews, pleaded guilty to forgery value less than $10,000.

Murphy sentenced him to three years in prison. After he serves 90 days, the remainder of his sentence will be suspended to probation for two years.

She ordered him to work 50 hours of public service employment, complete substance abuse counseling and undergo random drug/alcohol testing.

• Aaron Dalton Wise, 20, of 154 Hunter Trace Road, St. Matthews, pleaded guilty to second-degree assault and battery.

Murphy sentenced him under the Youthful Offender Act not to exceed three years, suspended to four years of probation.

She ordered him to obtain his GED, undergo random drug/alcohol testing and continue with mental health treatment.

A restitution hearing is deferred but any judge may hear the restitution matter, Murphy noted.

• Brandon Mechael Jefferson, 27, of 122 Thomas Street, Cordova, pleaded guilty to first-offense failure to stop for blue light.

Murphy sentenced him to five months in prison and revoked his probation.

• Torre Webb, 25, of 441 Alva Street, Orangeburg, pleaded guilty to third-offense shoplifting.

Murphy sentenced him to five years in prison. After he serves 18 months, the remainder of the sentence will be suspended to three years of probation.

She ordered him to obtain his GED and undergo random drug/alcohol testing.

• Kelly T. Wells, 52, of 3831 Cattle Creek Road, Branchville, pleaded guilty to third-degree domestic violence.

Murphy sentenced her to 90 days in jail, suspended to 18 months of probation.

She ordered Wells to obtain her GED, complete substance abuse counseling and undergo random drug/alcohol testing.

Murphy also ordered her to complete a batterer’s treatment program.

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

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

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