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Law Enforcement Report - May 4, 2011

One arrested, one sought on assault, drug charges

Posted: May 3, 2011 10:24 a.m.
Updated: May 4, 2011 5:00 a.m.

Kershaw County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO) deputies arrested a Camden man Sunday and were still searching Tuesday for a Columbia man for allegedly pulling a gun on a woman at a Ballfield Road, Camden, apartment.

Deputies arrested Michael Anthony Feazell, 26, of Kershaw Highway, Camden. They are seeking the whereabouts of Alvin Jerome Wise, 29, of Columbia.

According to a KCSO report, the 40-year-old victim said a man she knows as “Bookie” -- later identified as Wise -- pulled a gun on her during an argument. She said Wise left in a black Lexus with gold trim toward a nearby apartment complex. She said Wise returned on foot a short time later and pointed the gun at her again, but then ran off with a man later identified as Feazell as the deputy arrived.

The deputy located Feazell and another man who turned out to be an 18-year-old who had just been released on bond following Thursday’s drug raid on Gardner Street. The deputy handcuffed and searched both men, and found Feazell in possession of a .38 caliber handgun with six cartridges, two of which had been fired. The deputy also found Feazell in possession of three clear plastic bags containing crack cocaine and another bag with marijuana.

The woman confirmed Feazell was in possession of the handgun Wise had pointed at her. Feazell claimed he had just walked up to the apartment complex when Wise came running up to him and gave him the gun. He also claimed Wise gave him the keys to a Lexus before running off to another apartment complex.

The deputy located the Lexus and determined it had been driven recently. A witness said he saw at least one man run into the parking lot and get into a light colored car..

Wise called the victim several times while she was writing a statement for the deputy. He reportedly said he was halfway to Columbia and wanted to know why she had called law enforcement. Other witnesses reported knowing the identity of the man in whose car Wise had reportedly left.

Deputies took Feazell to the Kershaw County Detention Center where he was charged with possession with intent to distribute (PWID) crack cocaine and PWID crack cocaine within proximity of a park, unlawful possession of a weapon and simple possession of marijuana.

Deputies indicated Wise will be charged with pointing and presenting a firearm and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. Authorities described Wise as African-American, 5 feet 11 inches tall, 130 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. He reportedly has scars all over his body.

Anyone with information regarding Wise’s whereabouts is asked to call KCSO investigators at 425-1512.

The KCSO reported the following other incidents during the period of April 20 - May 1:

A traffic stop turned into a drug case after a deputy tried to pull over a 20-year-old Elgin man for having faulty tag lamps. The suspect responded by taking off at high speed up Sessions Road, ignoring commands to stop until reaching an Old Farm Road residence where he threw money, marijuana and a cigar-type box out of the car. He then struck a marker post, entered the driveway, tried to get out of the vehicle and was taken down by a deputy who recovered the drugs and $44. The box contained loose and bagged marijuana. A woman determined to be the owner of the vehicle asked for EMS because she was having an asthma attack. Deputies noted the car had been pulled over about a month earlier with different suspects found with cocaine and alcohol. Deputies warned the owner to be more careful about whom she allowed to drive her vehicle. Deputies charged the suspect with simple possession of marijuana, driving under suspension, littering, being a minor in possession of alcohol (a cooler full of beer was found in the truck bed) and failure to stop for blue lights and siren.

For the second time in 30 days, KCSO narcotics agents raided a Lockhart Road, Kershaw, home and recovered drugs and drug equipment. Agents arrested one man and were seeking another at the time the report was written. Agents went to the home in response to complaints of a man selling drugs, including prescription pills. The man was also wanted on bench warrants, and agents checked on several homes in the area before being informed that he sometimes stays with his brother. They went to the Lockhart Road address and found the man’s 21-year-old brother, who admitted to smoking up to a quarter pound of marijuana a week and was addicted to pills. Agents spotted a partially smoked marijuana cigar on the back porch. The 21-year-old called his brother who claimed he was on his way, but never showed up. The younger man also admitted to having about an ounce of marijuana inside the home. After he waived his Miranda rights and consented to a search of the home, agents found a digital scale, smoking pipe with burnt material inside, 29 grams of marijuana inside a baggie, two and a half Xanax pills, one Adderall pill, 39 pills of Conazepam, a metal marijuana grinder, three boxes of distribution baggies and six more small distribution bags. Deputies arrested the 21-year-old for simple possession of marijuana and possession of Schedule II and Schedule IV narcotics.

Deputies arrested a 31-year-old Lugoff man after he allegedly assaulted and tried to run over his girlfriend at her Cassatt home.

Deputies arrested a 46-year-old Cassatt man and a 17-year-old male relation after they allegedly used a knife to assault a 38-year-old Camden man. The victim said the 17-year-old jumped on him and started beating him while he was sleeping. EMS took the victim to KershawHealth where he was airlifted to a Columbia hospital. Deputies located the suspects at the intersection of U.S. 1 and Cassatt Road where they appeared to be intoxicated. The 17-year-old admitted to fighting with the victim and had blood on his hands and clothes. It was unclear what role the older suspect played. Both men were later released on bond.

Deputies arrested a 22-year-old Lugoff man after he was caught fleeing the scene of a burglary at a Thrush Lane, Lugoff, heating and air conditioning business. The suspect refused to answer any questions and was detained until the business owner showed up and discovered that the locks to two trailers had been cut. Nothing had been taken.

A couple living on Wheeler Road off S.C. 34 near the Lee County line said they were approached as they were leaving by someone who asked them where they were going and how long they would be gone. They later found someone entered through a kitchen window and stole their TV and video game console.

Someone hacked into a high school student’s school email account and deleted all the emails, school documents and work files. An email was sent from the student’s email account claiming responsibility; it was traced back to Ashburn, Va. The student’s personal email was also hacked and wiped out.

The KCSO and Department of Social Services (DSS) took a 66-year-old county man into emergency protective custody after discovering he was unable to care for himself and may have been spending benefit checks on alcohol and “females with bad drug habits.”

Someone kicked open the front door of a Lockhart Road, Kershaw, home and stole approximately 390 pills of various prescription drugs worth $445. The thieves did not touch the victim’s laptop computer, video game console or plasma TV.

A Cassatt man being treated in KershawHealth’s emergency department said someone pulled up in his driveway on John Eddye Road, struck him on the head and stole his .40 caliber pistol and two hats.

A Georgetown woman being booked at the Kershaw County Detention Center admitted she had been using her sister’s identity in an effort to avoid facing burglary charges back home.

Someone kicked in the front door to a Dicey Creek Road, Camden, residence and stole 37-inch TV, laptop computer, desktop computer, costume jewelry and a birth certificate.

The KCSO is investigating claims that a juvenile boy performed oral sex on a juvenile girl and has also been sending inappropriate messages and images to her via Facebook.

The Kershaw County School District suspended a female middle school student pending an expulsion hearing for bringing a stainless steel knife with a 2-inch blade to school.

The KCSO is looking into allegations that a county woman has been medicating her young child with codeine and morphine.

Someone kicked in the front door to a Knights Hill Road, Camden, residence and stole a 20-inch flat screen TV and $50 worth of Susan B. Anthony dollars.

Deputies arrested a 39-year-old Elgin woman for allegedly hitting her boyfriend in the head during an argument and then trying to run him over.

Someone stole a black .22 caliber pistol from a home on Woodside Drive just outside Camden.

Deputies are checking accusations that a 3-year-old girl may have been forcibly fondled.

County deputies also assisted other agencies, served bench warrants and dealt with 25 larceny; 22 vandalism; 16 harassing or obscene phone call and simple assault; 14 public disorderly conduct; nine intimidation; six burglary, simple possession of marijuana and theft from a motor vehicle; four harassment; three driving under suspension, motor vehicle theft, runaway and shoplifting; two aggravated assault, bad check, breach of peace, liquor law violation, suicide threat, swindle, theft of motor vehicle parts or accessories and trespassing; and one action call, animal cruelty, death DUI, drug equipment violation, family offense, forgery, littering, minor in possession of alcohol, missing person, prowler, theft from a building and violation of a restraining order.


A 46-year-old Camden man allegedly assaulted pulled a knife on his wife and knocked down her cousin with his SUV Saturday.

According to a Camden Police Department (CPD) report, a KCSO deputy had just left the Kershaw County Detention Center on Bramblewood Plantation Road when he saw the cousin on the ground and the man flee on foot into the woods.

The man’s wife told officers she was driving north on U.S. 521 when she and her husband began arguing. She said she remembered the S.C. Highway Patrol maintained an office on Ehrenclou Drive and turned to go there. After doing so, she said, her husband grabbed her by the hair, pulled a knife, held it to her throat and threatened to kill her. She said she pulled onto Bramblewood Plantation Road, jumped out of the SUV and ran into the woods to get away from him, leaving her 2-year-old grandson and her cousin in the vehicle.

That woman told officers her cousin’s husband then got into the driver’s seat at which point she got out in an attempt to get the toddler out of the vehicle. She said the suspect then drove off, knocking her to the ground. That was when the deputy showed up, leading to the man fleeing on foot.

A KCSO K-9 unit was brought to the scene but was unable to find him. Both women suffered injuries, but refused medical treatment. In a supplement to the original incident report, the reporting officer noted the man’s wife called back and said she wanted to drop the charges against her husband.

The CPD reported the following other incidents during the period of April 25 - May 1:

Officers arrested a 28-year-old Camden woman on drug and other charges after responding to a West DeKalb Street convenience store Sunday afternoon where she was allegedly asking customers for money. The woman was found in possession of a crack pipe and a small amount of crack cocaine. Officers charged the woman with loitering, resisting arrest, possession of crack cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia and trespassing.

Investigators are looking into reports that a 50-year-old Columbia man gained access to several credit accounts with a local store. The man allegedly used the false information to steal more than $6,300 from the store’s Camden location.

Someone “tagged” a building at Kirkwood Park on Stowers Street with gang and obscene markings.

Someone stole four baseball bats from American Legion Field off Ehrenclou Drive.

Camden officers also assisted other agencies, served bench warrants and dealt with three larceny and public disorderly conduct; two breach of trust; and one burglary, failure to pay taxi, gas drive off, harassing or obscene phone call, liquor law violation, loitering, open container, possession of drug paraphernalia, prowler, shoplifting, simple possession of marijuana and one vandalism.

Incident reports are provided by the Camden Police Department and Kershaw County Sheriff’s Office and are a matter of public record under the S.C. Freedom of Information Act. If the C-I makes a mistake, it will correct it upon verification with the appropriate law enforcement agency. Readers are cautioned that other individuals may have similar or identical names as those contained in incident reports. All subjects are presumed innocent until proven guilty.


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