Dorchester County authorities are on the lookout for Chazz Brown, most recently of 109 Mary Ann Drive in Summerville. He is wanted in the March 2nd murder of Lance Laprince Grayson.
Brown already had quite the history when he shot Grayson.
2006 Charges (Charleston County):
Assault & Battery of a High & Aggravated Nature - Plead guilty. Sentenced by Judge J. Cordell Madddox to 8 years, suspended after 30 days to 5 years of probation.
2006 Charges (Dorchester County):
Three (3) counts of PWID Narcotics - Plead guilty. Sentenced by Judge Diane Goodstein to a YOA term not to exceed 5 years, suspended in favor of 3 years of probation on each charge. That probation was later reduced to time served. That will teach him!
PWID Crack Near a Schoool - Dismissed by the 1st Circuit Solicitor.
2010 Charges (Dorchester County):
Accessory After the Fact of a Felony - Dismissed by the 1st Circuit Solicitor.
This case had to do with a guy getting robbed and stabbed.
2011 Charges (Dorchester County):
Criminal Domestic Violence of a High & Aggravated Nature - Changed to Pointing & Presenting a Firearm by the 1st Circuit Solicitor. Sentenced by Judge Kristi Harrington to 5 years, suspended in favor of 4 years probation. Because probation has been such an effective deterrent for Brown. Yeah, right.
2012 Charges (Charleston County):
Unlawful Possession of a Pistol - Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor.
As usual, Brown was on probation at the time of the murder of Grayson. He was given the designation of “high supervision”. However, we have been informed by folks at SCDPPPS that designation is just something a fancy, costly computer program spits out and really has nothing to do with the actual operational considerations of supervising any particular probationer or parolee.
That designation is just supposed to make you feel good when you read it.