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Colleton County releases new 'Top 10 Most Wanted List'

Top Row (left to right): Charles Buchanan, John White, Phillip Bunton, Randy Grimes, Ronney Brightman. Bottom Row: Tangela Bowman, Amante Fryar, Brian Jenkins, Brittney Witherspoon Top Row (left to right): Charles Buchanan, John White, Phillip Bunton, Randy Grimes, Ronney Brightman. Bottom Row: Tangela Bowman, Amante Fryar, Brian Jenkins, Brittney Witherspoon
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COLLETON COUNTY, SC (WCSC) -

The Colleton County Sheriff's Office released a new and updated 'Top 10 Most Wanted List" on Monday.

In addition the ten fugitives listed below, investigators are also looking for Jerry Jermaine Aiken of Walterboro who is wanted for failure to pay child support and failure to appear for driving under suspension.

Colleton County Top 10 Most Wanted List:

  • Brittney Regina Witherspoon of Walterboro wanted for six fraudulent check warrants
  • Charles Lee Buchanan of Dorchester County wanted for failure to register as a sex offender and lewd act on a child
  • Elisa Maria Atkinson of Walterboro wanted for 16 bench warrants for failure to appear/fraudulent check
  • John White of Walterboro wanted for 13 bench warrants for failure to appear and 12 fraudulent check warrants
  • Phillip Willie Bunton Jr. of Walterboro wanted for criminal domestic violence and bench warrant for failure to appear
  • Randy Grimes of Ruffin, SC wanted for murder. Grimes should be considered armed and dangerous.
  • Ronney Brightman of Smoaks, SC wanted for one bench warrant for DUI and nine bench warrants for fraudulent check
  • Tangela Sharondee Lashay Bowman of Walterboro wanted for breach of trust/larceny of a motor vehicle
  • Amante Dequann Fryar of Walterboro wanted for attempted murder.
  • Brian Terence Jenkins of Smoaks, SC wanted for attempted murder, possession of a weapon during a crime and malicious injury to property

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