YPD: suspect busted with fake IDs, crack cocaine, pills, credit cards, more

Yemassee officers conducting a routine patrol Sept. 16 pulled over a vehicle for failure to maintain lane on Yemassee Highway, near the intersection of Willis Street. The suspect, later identified as Demonti Shonta Mulligan, 36, of Moses Road, Burton, has been charged with giving false information to police, possession of drug paraphernalia and with driving without a license.

According to reports, Burton allegedly exited the vehicle and approached the two patrol vehicles. He was quickly escorted to the front of the patrol vehicle where he was questioned. Officers later discovered he provided a false name.

When he exited the car, the driver door was left open and in plain view was a small clear baggy on the driver side floor containing what was believed to be “crack” cocaine, according to reports. Mulligan was detained and handcuffed, after which he provided a false name when officers attempted to locate his driver’s license.

The vehicle was searched and a clear bag was found with several white pills believed to be a Schedule II Narcotic, five clear and yellow baggies containing what is believed to be “crack” cocaine that appeared to be packaged for sale. There was also a black bag on the back seat that contained a pistol magazine with unspent rounds, a scale and a razor blade in the glove box. A body search revealed a small clear bag with white pills, also believed to be a Schedule II Narcotic.

Officers also reportedly  located several credit and gift cards along with several drivers’ licenses from different states with the subject’s picture, all identifying the subject under different aliases. After further investigation, it was determined that the subject’s real name was Demonti Mulligan.

The subject was then placed under arrest and transported to the Hampton County Detention Center without incident. Mulligan was cited on charges of no South Carolina Driver’s License, no proof of insurance, giving false information to police and possession of drug paraphernalia. Officers later secured warrants for the drug possession.

 

Weekly crime Beat

The following individuals have recently been arrested and booked into the Hampton County Detention Center:

  • Samuel Patrick Boggess was arrested Sept.  5 by the Yemassee Police Department and charged with speeding more than 10 but less than 15 mph over the limit, uninsured motor vehicle fee violation and driving under suspension.
  • Ubaldo Carmona, Sept. 5 by the YPD and charged with driving without a license and with speeding more than 15 but less than 25 mph over the limit.
  • Kyle Christopher Hadwin, Sept. 6 by the Hampton Police Department and charged with petit or simple larceny.
  • Brandon Lamar Tate, Sept. 6 by the Hampton County Sheriff’s Office and held on a bench warrant for failure to pay.
  • Tyler Chambers, Sept. 12 by the HPD and charged with muffler violation, vehicle tire violation, failure to possess a registration card, failure to maintain proof of insurance inside a motor vehicle, operating or permitting operation of a vehicle which is not registered, uninsured motor vehicle fee violation, driving without a license, driving on the wrong side of the road, reckless driving and failure to stop for blue lights.
  • Jacob Gabriell Rivers, Sept. 8 by the Estill Police Department and charged with possession of 28 grams or less of marijuana, possession of other controlled substance in schedule I, to V, unlawful carry of pistol and with possession of a firearm by person convicted of a violent felony.
  • Joseph Shane Smith, Sept. 13 by the HCSO and charged with driving under suspension.
  • Jonathan Austin Carrillo, Sept. 14 by the HPD and held on a bench warrant for assault and battery.
  • Teisha Shymaker Frazier, Sept. 14 by the HCSO and charged with driving under suspension, giving false information to law enforcement and held on a bench warrant for assault and battery.
  • Stefanie Pauline Lee, Sept. 15 by the YPD and charged with driving under suspension, giving false information to law enforcement, possession of 28 grams or less of marijuana, speeding more than 15 but less than 25 mph over the limit and held for the State Highway Patrol.
  • Jonathan Orr, Sept. 15 by the HCSO and charged with driving a vehicle at a greater speed than is reasonable under conditions and driving under the influence.
  • Glenda Kay George, Sept. 17 and held for Allendale County.
  • Tyriece Mikell Wiggins, Sept. 18 by the HCSO and charged with contraband, furnish, or possession of county or municipal prisons prohibited.
  • Javon Wright, Sept. 18 by the YPD and held on a bench warrant for failure to comply drug paraphernalia. 
  • Rahsied Micheal Brown, Sept. 19 by the HCSO and charged with driving without a license and held on a bench warrant for no SC drivers’ license.
  • James Martin Garrett, Sept. 19 by the HPD and charged with attempt to possess unlawful substance.
  • Breana Rashette Moody, Sept. 19 by the EPD and charged with failure to dim lights and driving under suspension.
  • Ahmad Deshawn Simmons, Sept. 19 by the HPD and charged with two counts of possession of 28 grams or less of marijuana and with attempt to possess unlawful substance.
  • Lawrence Darnell Walker Sr., Sept. 19 by the HCSO and held on two bench warrants.
  • Jaquan Devon Bostick, Sept. 20 by the HSCO and charged with petit or simple larceny.
  • Skye Hayes, Sept. 22 by the HCSO and held on a warrant affidavit for assault and battery.
  • Tiffeny Carmelia Jordan, Sept. 21 and held for Allendale.
  • Leonard Rodrecus Terry, Sept. 21 by the HCSO and charged with assault and battery.
  • Aldolphus Brewer Jr., Sept. 22 by the YPD and held for Georgia.
  • Daniel Robinowitz, Sept. 23 by the HPD and charge with open container of beer or wine inside a motor vehicle, speeding more than 15 but less than 25 over the limit and with general provisions of driver’s license chapter.
  • Doris Smoaks, Sept. 24 by the State Highway Patrol and held for Allendale.
  • Courtney Anne Whittier, Sept. 23 by the HPD and charged with open container of beer or wine inside a motor vehicle.
  • Marcus Terrell Johnson, Sept. 25 by the HCSO and charged with domestic violence.
  • Renee Wiedenman Johnson, Sept. 25 by the HCSO and charged with domestic violence.
  • Kelvin Lamar Mays, Sept. 25 by the HCSO and charged with assault and battery and held on a bench warrant for shoplifting.
  • Joe McArthur Rivers, Sept. 22 by the EPD and charged with domestic violence and with assault and battery.

Brenda Ann Wilson, Sept. 25 by the EPD and charged with petit or simple larce