DRUG TRAFFICKING LANDS OZORIO IN PRISON FOR 18 YEARS

September 22, 2011
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(Anderson, SC). Luis Alonzo Ozorio pled guilty yesterday in Anderson General Sessions Court to Trafficking in Cocaine, 400 grams or more. The Honorable Lawton McIntosh sentenced Ozorio to 18 years in prison.

On July 3, 2009, Anderson County deputies conducted a traffic stop on I-85 on a Ford Explorer being driven by the defendant, a resident of the state of New York. A search of the car revealed seven hidden packages containing over 1300 grams of cocaine. Although there were other occupants in the car, Ozorio claimed full responsibility for the drugs during his plea.

SOLICITOR CHRISSY ADAMS PRESENTS CHECK TO OCONEE COUNTY

Date: July 26, 2011
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(Walhalla, SC) 10th Circuit Solicitor Chrissy Adams presented a check today to
Oconee County Administrator Scott Moulder for the first month’s funds
collected by the Solicitor’s Worthless Check Unit. (See attached pdf file for additional information and pictures.)

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SMITH PLEADS GUILTY TO DRUG CHARGES

SMITH PLEADS GUILTY TO DRUG CHARGES

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DRUNK DRIVER SENTENCED TO 12 YEARS

July 12, 2011
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(Anderson, SC). Thirty-one year old Matthew Massey of Anderson pled guilty today in Anderson General Sessions Court to four counts of Felony Driving Under the Influence with Great Bodily Injury, 3 counts of Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor and one count of Child Endangerment. The Honorable Cordell Maddox sentenced Massey to 22 years suspended on service of 12 years with 5 years probation for charges originating in December of 2009. 

On 12/12/2009, Massey was driving in Anderson County with three minor children and three other passengers in his vehicle. He lost control at a high rate of speed on SC178 and struck two telephone poles. Four of the seven people in the car were ejected including Cassie Hunter, 15, who died on impact and Joel Jackson, 20, who suffered severe injuries and is permanently paralyzed. Caitlin Sutton and Christopher Sutton were also seriously injured in the accident. Shortly before the accident, SCHP had received a phone call that the car driven by Massey was speeding and driving erratically. A trooper was dispatched to the area but the accident occurred before he could arrive. The investigation also revealed that Mr. Massey, the only person over 21, had purchased beer for all the underage people.