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Keeping Secrets


The local media sure does believe in keeping secrets from you folks. The latest example of that is Joshua Brown, of Pinehurst Street. He is the saint who “thought he hit an animal” on St. James Boulevard last Saturday, but actually ran over and killed a human being. Brown then fled in his burgundy Chrysler 300 and remained in hiding even after news broke that he killed a person. Thanks to a helpful tip authorities were able to round him up. Unfortunately, a Berkeley County judge promptly set Brown free yet again on a $25,000 bond.





The local media failed to tell you that Brown was already free on bond and is currently on probation. Are you starting to get a clue about why he fled the scene.






Brown has been arrested every year since 2007. At the time he fled from the pedestrian he killed on St. James Boulevard he was free on a total bond of $15,000 set on charges of Distribution of Crack Cocaine and Distribution of Crack Near a School.








While free on bond on the above charges, Brown was arrested again in February of 2015 and charged with five (5) counts of Financial Identity Fraud. He was given a total bond of $25,000 and released the following day.






Now that Brown is free on a total bond of $65,000 in two counties, let’s see what we can expect from him based on the rest of his criminal history.


2007 Charges:

1st Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct - Dismissed at preliminary hearing due to “lack of prosecution”.

Kidnapping - Same as above.






2008 Charges:

Possession of Cocaine - Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor.

Possession of Cocaine - Plead guilty. Sentenced by Judge Thomas “Felon’s Friend” Hughston to a YOA term not to exceed 1 to 6 years, suspended in favor of two years probation.







2009 Charges:


Possession of a Stolen Pistol - Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor with the notation that a co-defendant claimed the gun.







2010 Charges:

Unlawful Carrying of a Pistol - Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor.






2011 Charges:

Note: These charges were rolled into a plea deal with charges from 2012.

Armed Robbery - Reduced to Strong Arm Robbery by the 9th Circuit Solicitor. Sentenced by Judge Stephanie McDonald to 10 years, suspended after 5 years and 5 years probation.

Possession of a Firearm During a Violent Crime - Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor.

Unlawful Carrying of a Pistol - Sentenced to 1 year. That sentenced was deferred until February 2013.


Note: Sentenced to 5 years in prison in February 2013. Here we are in April 2015 and Brown is free to roam the streets and run people down. He was actually free by May of 2014. Truth in sentencing? Hardly.







2012 Charges:

Strong Arm Robbery - Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor.

Note: in this plea agreement involving the charges from 2011 and 2012 the 9th Circuit Solicitor reduced the most serious charge and dismissed the other two. Par for the course. At least she is consistent.






We thought the following post from Brown’s page was indicative of the mentality of the thugs running the streets in the Lowcountry.

“…they always trying to put us Jail…”   Well, Joshua, stop breaking the law and jail won’t be an option.








  1. Aw, c’mon…

    You know he was out delivering food for the home-bound elderly, right after choir practice, on his way to volunteer janitorial service at the homeless shelter, and ready to mentor the disadvantaged youth first thing in the morning…

    Sarcasm mode off.

    • But you are right?

  2. If our judges and solicitors did their jobs correctly, an innocent guy would not have been killed. I can’t wait until we can elect some new people in these positions.

  3. Am waiting for the protests to shut down the bridge: #PedestrianLivesMatter

    Anyone know when Rev Al and Jesse are flying in?

  4. With all the dismissed charges, plea downs, and multiple bonds with cases pending and not serving time sentenced, oversight of Wilson’s office is needed. A state grand jury perhaps?

  5. Another victim of society. It’s not his fault. It’s the lack of education and opportunity. When’s the next protest?

  6. Will someone please explain what a “YOA” term is ? Thanks.

    • Youthful Offender Act.

    • YOA is” youthful offender Act”. Generally specific guidelines in sentencing for persons under 21.

  7. …whose personal integrity has yet to be compromised, purchased, or threatened into submission are few and far between.

    As an example, I had Harve Jacobs attention until I mentioned that my Private Investigator had established that all of the perps hailed from the Berkeley Shrine Club.

    I suppose that my reporting this simple fact will continue to be used to marginalize my sanity, and otherwise paint me as a conspiracy theorist. So be it. Unlike said secret society membership, I have never vowed to perjure myself or use my authority to unhook a crony, or to perform the masonic Grand Hailing sign of distress to solicit LE/Judicial favoritism.

    Truth be known, that’s exactly what those same perps told me would happen.

    Wanna see that email?

    In the meantime, see this pic of more BCSO sanctioned maliscious property damage.

  8. What a piece of trash this Joshua Brown guy is. How dare he use the Walter Scott tragedy to excuse his crimes. Can’t get lower than this guy. Why do they keep letting him out? Insane.

  9. Thanks for the info Chief. Can you tell me how this is differnt from a regular sentence or point me to a website that will explain it ?

  10. Joshua Brown has charges dating back to middle school. He’s a real winner.

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