Next up in the TOL/CTJB/GD/F
gang neighborhood social group is Demetrius Tarell Brown. He goes by the name “Miitrii Gee” on Thugbook. He turned 18 in September of 2013. Brown used to play basketball for Summerville High School, but he’s been a Cut Throat Jack Boy/TOL/GD/F since at least 2011.
With this photo he claims TOL and CTJB. In the comments are the usual references to the Gangster Disciple/Folk
gang neighborhood social group.
Once again, gangs in South Carolina do things differently than gangs in other areas of the country. With this photo Brown memorializes Larry Jackson, the Dead Right There member of the Bloods
gang neighborhood social group.
And, once again, the photo they all seem to be so proud of.
You know, in light of violence at the fair over the past few years, you would think anyone engaging in throwing up gang signs would be ejected.
Unlike other members of the gang, Brown seems to have a job. He’s climbing the ladder at an Awful Waffle somewhere. Maybe he is trying to go straight? Brown has the fewest arrests of any member of the
gang neighborhood social group so far, so if anyone can do it, he can.
In 2013 he was charged in Dorchester County with Armed Robbery and Possession of a Weapon During a Violent Crime. Both charges were dismissed three months later at a preliminary hearing. A grand jury did directly indict Brown, but it looks like the 1st Circuit Solicitor chose to let the case go.
Next up is a fellow named Vincent Washington. He had a Thugbook page under that very name, but it mysteriously disappeared as we were typing this up. Fortunately, we had already visited that page and an old one he still has under the name “V-Low Da G“. He initially signed up for that page using the name “Black Da Breadwinner”. Before we get into his criminal history, let’s see what he was trying to hide when he deleted his active page.
Kind of hard for parents not to know about
gang neighborhood social group activities when it’s up there on the wall.
Atypical gangsta fare when it comes to weaponry.
Gangster Disciple/Folk rag around the neck. Wonder if he took the gun to the water park.
Throwing up the
gang neighborhood social group signs at Summerville High School. Yeah, it’s a bit infested there, too, no matter what you have heard. Based on the comments it looks like someone in authority told them to knock it off.
Vincent wanted his Breadwinna homies freed.
Let’s look at some of the stuff from the old page that is still up.
Here is fellow
gang neighborhood social group member Makell Shuler, previously profiled in Part I.
Coppin’ a ghetto squat, throwin’ the sign.
What kind of gangsta doesn’t have a money in the mouth shot on his page, huh?
Makell Shuler sporting the money in the mouth, a gun and a sign.
And the same for Washington.
2011 Charges (Dorchester County):
Shoplifting – guilty in a bench trial. Sentenced to fine or time.
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia – same.
2013 Charges (Dorchester County):
1st Offense Possession of Marijuana – Pled guilty. Fine or jail time.
Unlawful Carrying of a Pistol – Free on a $2,500 PR bond.
We thought we should throw in gang neighborhood social group member Johtan Jones. You can find him at “Johtan Stfo Jones
“. He is currently locked up in the Dorchester County Detention Center.
Jones was arrested in December of 2013 on a charge of Possession of Crack Cocaine. His bond was set at $10,000.
Let’s check out the remainder of Jones’ criminal history.
2007 Charges (Dorchester County):
Armed Robbery – Reduced to Strong Arm Robbery by the 1st Circuit Solicitor. Sentenced by Juddge Diane Goodstein under YOA to a term not to exceed six years.
Possession of a Weapon During a Violent Crime – Reduced to Unlawful Carrying of a Firearm by the 1st Circuit Solicitor. Sentenced under YOA to one year.
Possession of a Stolen Pistol – Dismissed by the 1st Circuit Solicitor.
2009 Charges (Charleston County):
Armed Robbery – Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor.
2nd Offense Possession of Marijuana – Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor.
Unlawful Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon – Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor.
2011 Charges (Dorchester County):
Two counts of Unlawful Carrying of a Pistol – Pled guilty. Sentenced by Judge Edgar Dickson to four days time served. We have to wonder if the Judge bothered to check Jones’ rap sheet prior to sentencing.
2011 Charges (Charleston County):
Note: Committed while out on bond for the above Dorcheser County charges.
Possession of a Stolen Pistol – Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor, who claimed she couldn’t prove it. Hmmm……a grand jury indicted him and a preliminary hearing judge found probable cause to bind Jones over for trial, so, what was Scarlett Wilson’s problem? The deputy who arrested Jones is well known for being very professional and has been in the news a number of times for his good work.
Financial Transaction Card Fraud – Dismissed because Jones’ co-defendant took responsibility and pled guilty to the charge.
2012 Charges (Charleston County):
Discharging a Firearm Into a Dwelling – pending. Free on a $20,000 bond.
Unlawful Carrying of a Pistol – pending. Free on a $20,000 bond.
You would think that someone with a tendency to illegally possess firearms and shoot stuff wouldn’t put up indicators of
gang neighborhood social group membership on a site accessible to the public, police or probation and parole officers. You would be wrong if you think that.
We will close this series of posts with images from a couple of TOL/BWM/CTJB/Gangster Disciple/Folk
gang neighborhood social club members we haven’t identified yet.
Meet “Cluchh Duck
“. He throws up the Gangster Discipble/Folk sign on a regular basis. He also plays basketball for Summerville High School.
We’ve seen “free Solo”, aka “Main Attraction“, on just about every TOl page. Apparently he’s locked up at the moment.
Here are some shots of “Slaughta G Cutthroatjakboy“.
Slaughta G wears his TOL and Gangster Disciple membership permanently inked on his body.
Well, folks (no pun intended), that is all from Lincolnville for the time being. Stay tuned for the epilogue post coming up in 30 minutes. We hope we have given you citizens, and some reticent police administrators, something to think about. What part of the Lowcountry should we dig into next?
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