Editor's Note: The following information is compiled from arrests records from the Laurens Police Department, Clinton Public Safety, Laurens County Sheriff's Office and the Johnson Detention Center. This information is presented with no intent of guilt or innocence.

Jamie Burnside – Laurens

Robbery / Armed Robbery, robbery while armed or allegedly armed with a deadly weapon

Weapons / Poss. weapon during violent crime, if not also sentenced to life without parole or death

Drugs / MDP, Narcotic drugs in Sch. I(b) & (c), LSD, and Sched. II - 1st offense

Weapons / Possession of Firearm or Ammunition by person convicted of violent felony

Weapons / Sale or delivery of pistol to, and possession by, certain persons unlawful; stolen pistol

Drugs / Manuf., poss. of other sub. in Sch. I, II, III or flunitrazepam or analogue, w.i.t.d. - 1st offense

Drugs / possession of cocaine, 1st offense

Drugs / Trafficking in meth. or cocaine base - 28 g or more, but less than 100 g - 1st offense

Derrick Burkhalter – Clinton

DUS / Driving under suspension, license not suspended for DUI - 2nd offense

Traffic / Expired vehicle license

Josh Kane – Laurens

Assault & Battery

Resisting Arrest

Disorderly / Public disorderly conduct

Joshua McAlister – Laurens

Traffic / Driving without a license - 1st offense

Children / Contempt of court penalty for violation of court order or children's code by adult

Children / Contempt of court penalty for violation of court order or children's code by adult

Jonathan Merchant – Clinton

Shoplifting / Shoplifting, value $2,000 or less

Jason Pittman – Abbeville

Children / Contempt of court penalty for violation of court order or children's code by adult

Stanley Reeder III – Clinton

Domestic / Domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature

Malicious / Malicious injury to tree, house; trespass upon real property, injury value $2,000 or less

DeShawn Todd – Laurens

Assault / Assault & Battery 1st degree

Domestic / Domestic Violence, 1st degree

Malicious / Malicious Injury to animals, personal property, injury value more than $2,000 but less than $10,000