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Bond of man arrested at Wilson-Hartsville game denied

Bond of man arrested at Wilson-Hartsville game denied

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HARTSVILLE, S.C. – Bond has been denied for a man arrested on the floor during the Wilson-Hartsville game Tuesday evening. 

Records of the W. Glenn Campbell Detention Center indicate that the bond of Jeremiah Josey, 19, of Hartsville, was denied by a Darlington County magistrate. 

Josey is charged with armed robbery while armed with a deadly weapon, kidnapping, possession of a weapon during a violent crime and a parole violation. 

Armed robbery while armed with a deadly weapon is a felony and carries a penalty of between 10 and 30 years in prison. No portion of the minimum 10 years may be suspended.

Kidnapping is a felony and carries penalty of up to 30 years in prison. 

Possession of a weapon during a violent crime is an add-on crime and carries an additional five years in prison. 

Josey is accused of being one of two men who robbed a taxi driver of an unknown amount of cash after calling the driver's dispatch office. 

He and another male allegedly asked for a ride across the creek, changed the destination, asked the driver if he had change for a $20 bill and then robbed the driver at gunpoint before running into a nearby cemetery. 

Josey was located and arrested during the Wilson-Hartsville game held Tuesday evening at Hartsville High School. 


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