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The Newberry County Sheriff’s Office reported the following:


• Colin Lavalle Feaster, 44, of 8336 S.C. 215 South, Jenkinsville, and Sean Sylvester Workman, 30, of 8144 S.C. 215 South, Jenkinsville, were charged with public intoxication on Aug. 16. Workman was also charged with simple possession of marijuana. Feaster, Workman and a third person were seen walking away from a truck in a ditch on S.C. 34. Feaster and Workman both admitted to drinking. During a search at the jail, marijuana was found in Workman’s pocket.


• Andra William Jackson, 30, of 1404 Azalea Drive, Newberry, was charged Aug. 15 with simple possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, driving under suspended license and failure to surrender suspended license. Jackson was pulled over for speeding on S.C. 121 at King Creek Road. During a search of his car, marijuana and Red Garcia Vega cigars were found.


• Cathie Scurry, 42, of 599 Bush River Road, Newberry, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, public intoxication and littering on Aug. 15. Officers saw Scurry walking on the edge of the road and knew there was a warrant for her arrest. Scurry was intoxicated. A glass pipe was found inside her shirt at the jail.


• Mary Frances Senn, 27, of 937 Maedonia Church Road, Prosperity, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and disorderly conduct on Aug. 9. Senn called 911 saying she was being assaulted. While on the phone with the police she mentioned going into Dollar General. When officers arrived, they saw Senn leaving the store and asked if she had called 911. Senn said no and said she did not know what they were talking about. When officer began to leave, Senn took off running. She was the caught at which point she said she ran because she lied to the officers. Senn was then searched and a metal Altoids container was found containing, a pipe, razor blade and a nail. Three pieces of metal Brillo and a lighter were also found in her possession.


• Clara Ann Inman, 34, of 268 Old Pump Station Road, Union, and Carra Beth Austin, 21, of 206 Osborne St., Union, were charged with giving false information to police on Aug. 17. Austin was also charged of illegal transportation of legal liquor. Inman and Austin were seen giving Anthony Lee Byrd Jr., who has an active warrant for his arrest, a ride. Their car was pulled over, at which point Byrd fled. Inman and Austin denied knowing the identity of Byrd, saying they were just giving him a ride. Both were arrested for giving false information. Two Seagram’s peach flavored Vodkas were found under Austin’s seat.


• George Thurmond Singley, 56, of 4892 S.C. 773, Pomaria, was charged with sale of liquor to person under the age of 21 on Aug. 8. The Newberry County Sheriff’s Office and SLED had an undercover operative under the age of 21 purchase alcohol from a business located at 5941 A U.S. 176 in Pomaria.


• Faith Levister, 64, of 3704 Carlisle Chester Highway, Carlisle, was charged with sale of beer to person under the age of 21 on Aug. 8. The Newberry County Sheriff’s Office and SLED had an undercover operative under the age of 21 buy beer from a business located at 97 N. Church St. in Whitmire.


• Jessie Nicole Derrick, 21, of 3064 Holy Trinity Church Road, Little Mountain, was charged with sale of beer to person under the age of 21 on Aug. 8. The Newberry County Sheriff’s Office and SLED had an undercover operative under the age of 21 buy beer from a business located at 5941 U.S. 176 in Pomaria.


• Zachary Schirra Terry, 51, of 497 Green Meadows Drive, Newberry, was charged with disorderly conduct and giving false information to law enforcement on Aug. 12. What started as a 911 hang up response led officers to Terry, who gave officers a false first name. Upon discovering his real name, it found he had an active Family Court bench warrant. When asked to put a shirt on, he refused, became agitated and tried to pull away from the arresting officer.


• Raheem Jamar Wilson, 22, of 2409 Vincent St., Newberry, was charged with indecent exposure on Aug. 10. During a security check at the jail, where Wilson was being held, Wilson waved an officer over to his cell, at which point he began to masturbate in front of the officer.


• Angelica Laura Soto-Silva, 43, of 273 Lazy Brook Drive, Chapin, was charged with driving without a license on Aug. 9. Soto-Silva was pulled over for speeding, at which time she admitted to not having a valid driver’s license.


• Felipe Hernandez Antonio, 31, of 175 Quincy Lane, Newberry, was charged with driving without a license on Aug 8. During a driver’s license check point, Antonio said he did not have a license, and that all he had was a passport.


• Patrick Deon Simpson Jr., 28, of 307 Dillon Drive, Clinton, was charged with driving under suspension on Aug 13. Simpsons was pulled over for speeding, at which point it was discovered his license had been suspended.


• Jerrold Tremayne Myers, 39, of 3023 College Park #C6, Newberry, was charged with trespass after notice on Aug. 13. Myers was discovered at a home on Robin Road, after being issued a no trespass order. Myers claimed there was no such order, and after confirming that the order was indeed still active, he was removed from the property.


• Takesha Grace Price, 19, of 517 Monroe St., Newberry, and Porshalynn Wicker, 25, of 36 Player St., Newberry, were charged with shoplifting on Aug. 18. Price was also charged with being underage in possession of liquor. Price and Wicker were caught on camera taking a bottle of Triple Crown. Both were also placed on a trespass notice for the store.


• Todd Miller Willingham, 38, of 601 1/2 Virginia Ave., Lamogordo, N.M., was served with a warrant for a fraudulent check on Aug. 18. Willingham was already at the Detention Center. The checks were written at a local automotive business and to another person.


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