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KCSO arrests two after clocking car at 111 mph
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A Kershaw County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO) traffic deputy arrested two men Sunday after clocking their Kia traveling at 111 mph on I-20. A KCSO press release identified the two men as Terrance Mack Edwards, 28, of Carlos Street, Camden; and Bernard Stuckey Jr., 36, of Smyrl Circle, Camden. The KCSO listed Edwards as the Kia’s driver and arrested him for DUI and speeding.

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