Club Crucial Update
A message from the club:
Isn’t that sweet? Children really do need a bar in which to “show they talent”. Let’s review the report filed recently at WCSC’s website to see what other talents those children were showing. When you click that link and read the report, remember to substitute the politically correct term “teen” with the more appropriate descriptor “thug”.
Based on what we have gathered from social media, which is oodles more accurate than the “news” media, multiple fights broke out during “teen night”. (read: thug night) The Mobil station in question closes rather early in the evening because they are very near areas like Dorchester Manor, Stratton Capers, Hunters Ridge and Pepperhill, all of which have a very high thug count. The owner of that gas station is no dummy!
A large group was gathered at the Mobil station, engaging in typical thug behavior which resulted in shots being fired. Madcap mayhem ensued with “teens” running into the woods and fleeing in vehicles.
WCSC tells us “several guns” were found in the woods while officers were rounding up “teens”. Apparently those guns were also very frightened and fled into the dense brush in the interest of self-preservation.
Officers rounded up a silver Honda Pilot at the Hess Station down the road. Unlike the Mobil station, the owners of the Hess don’t really care about the thugs who hang out in and around their establishment and show up at all hours to buy blunts and beer. They do lock the doors during the late night hours, though.
According to our internet searches there were four “teens” in that vehicle. We have been able to identify them because, well, it’s what we do.
Te’Quan Jamar Perry, 1552-D Seacroft, was born in April 1994, but he has quite the criminal history already.
Failure to Stop for Blue Lights - Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor.
Unlawful Carrying of a Pistol - Pled guilty in November of 2012. Sentenced to time served by Judge Deadra Jefferson.
2013 Charges - Still Pending:
Possession of a Stolen Vehicle - Free on a $3,000 bond.
Derrontae Holmes, 17, of 157 Darlington Avenue, was also in the vehicle. He is more commonly known as “Dee Holmes” on Thugbook. He claims the Romney Street Goonz gang and he plays defensive end for James Island High School. Does his momma know he’s driving her car around and filling it with thugs and guns? Amazing what you can learn from public records, isn’t it?
Daqune Lane, 18, of Madden Drive, was also in the vehicle. We are still working on tracking his info down. He has no adult criminal history in Charleston County.
Last, but not least, is our old pal Latrell Hamilton. You should remember him. He’s a Young Gunna who goes by the name “Trell Hamilton” on Thugbook.
So, there you have it. A vehicle containing four thugs, two of whom voluntarily identify with known street gangs, and two firearms. Note to WCSC - It’s a “Sig Sauer”.