Pages Navigation Menu

Exposing the criminal element for 3 years

DRT on Tedder Street

While we were busy there was a home invasion on Tedder Street in the Ashley Heights subdivision. For those folks unfamiliar with the neighborhood, Tedder Street is the continuation of Stall Road after it crosses Ashley Phosphate. The old Stall High School is in that neighborhood. Many years ago this was a middle class area made up of hardworking homeowners. Now it is a ghetto, filled with Section 8 homes and apartments, drug dealers and illegal aliens.

Dominique Ladson was allegedly granted Dead Right There status in front of his children in this home invasion. There really are no scruples in this dope game, are there?

Home invasions are scary, aren’t they? What the “news” reporters fail to tell you is that fact that very few home invasions are actually perpetrated on innocent, law abiding folks in this area. We can think of only one, several years ago in Mt. Pleasant. The remainder have all been drug related.

We did a little digging and we believe this one follows that trend. A lot of folks had nice things to say about Ladson and what a good father he was. One of his pals referred to him as, “..a real street nigga m$m”. For those who don’t know, the “m$m” is a reference to the Money Macon, or Macon Money, drug gang from the southern area of the city of North Charleston.

Let’s see if there are any clues in Ladson’s past as to what may have precipitated this killing.

2008 Charges:

Possession of 15 Ecstasy Doses - Pled down to Possession of Ecstasy by the 9th Circuit Solicitor less than three months later. Hmmm…….that’s usually indicative of a defendant cooperating with police. Judge Thomas “Felon’s Friend” Hughston sentenced Ladson to 6 months, suspended in favor of one year of probation.

2009 Charges:

PWID Marijuana and PWID Marijuana Near a School - Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor FIVE DAYS later with the note, “Lack of Prosecution, Officer Agrees with Dismissal”. Really? Nah, we don’t think he was a rat at all. What would make you think that????

2012 Charges:

PWID Marijuana - Pled guilty in May of 2013. In spite of his previous guilty plea before Judge Thomas “Felon’s Friend” Hughston, Ladson was sentenced under the Youthful Offender Act to a term not to exceed one to six years, suspended in favor of two years of probation.

Distribution of Marijuana - Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor.

Possession of a Pistol With an Obliterated Serial Number - Pled guilty. Same sentence as above, concurrent.

Maybe our thinking is a little warped, but we don’t think good fathers sell dope and invite violence which puts their children at risk. What do you think?


  1. You’re scaring me man….I used to live at 7614 pinehurst and 7605 winchester and fassit rd…….but that was before hugo. My GF used to ride alone on her bike never a problem….to Northwoods….almost never saw a police car in the area….our cars never got broken into…

  2. This comment has been removed by the author.

    • Are you kidding me??? Making the decision to live one’s life as a CRIMINAL isn’t just considered a wrong decision that one makes as a human being. And yes, you ARE considered a BAD parent when you choose to be a criminal. If you’re not being a good role model for your child what are you teaching them?? How is it you can excuse criminal behavior as just mistakes is beyond me. We have seen these fools arrested for MURDER and their friends and family come on here and EXCUSE it with the same old tired sayings. Just curious though, what crimes should people be punished for since drug dealing, murder, assaults, etc. don’t seem to be the ones?

  3. This comment has been removed by the author.

    • You just confirmed everything I previously said. Plus, when you can’t speak without using profanity and use “words” like cuz, u, wit, dem, etc. it just validates everything else. What exactly does JUST BEING REAL mean? I would really like to know. All you criminals use it back and forth, especially after getting arrested. Would you be the same Mark Milford that won’t pay his rent and has to get tossed out of place after place? Oh, and the game designer thing…every couch potato that hold game controllers in their hands 10 hours a day is going to school to be a game designer. Just being real…And Mark, you don’t know who I am or where I live or what I do ( I will tell you it’s not a “game designer”). I could have lived on one of your many streets.

  4. This comment has been removed by the author.

    • See, being threatened is why we don’t reveal our true names. We have homes that we pay for and children who’s safety we are responsible for. Recently, I prosecuted a young thug that burglarized my business. I was threatened by his family each and every time we attended court. They would ride by my business really slow trying to look menacing. I never spoke one word to them in court, but threatening violence was their answer to things.
      So see, I don’t intend to invite violence into my life. It may be how you choose to deal with people that have differing opinions then you, Your choice. Your choice on who you choose to deem “good people” and our choice to give you a hundred reasons why convicted criminals are not “good people”. So, if you can’t debate a subject with someone without threatening them, maybe you should go back to playing your video games.

  5. This comment has been removed by the author.

    • If I had any friends that lived a criminal lifestyle I would expect it. I don’t associate with anyone that is considered a criminal (one that has a rap sheet). I was always taught “you are judged by the company you keep” and “birds of a feather, flock together”. Plus, all 10 Commandments. Sorry, it was the way I was raised. You know, a mother AND a father, my sisters and I all have the same parents. They both worked, and by working I don’t mean selling drugs. We went to school. It was just expected. We DIDN’T cause disturbances in school. Not one of us ever got suspended for anything. We knew we would be in more trouble when we got home. Not one of us has ever been arrested. You know, I’m sure you heard about this, leading an honorable life. If you don’t know what that is, Google it. Then maybe you won’t see fit to look up to someone that was a criminal and try to convince all of us that he was an honorable person.

  6. Are you rethinking your way of thinking Mark? You’ve deleted your more eloquent comments.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>