Finally – Some Violent Crackas!
Looks like the white thugs are finally getting in on the action. “Brent Peets” and “Travis Fender” are charged with a June 12th shooting in West Ashley. They are said to have blasted two people, a male and a female, at Honey Ridge Villas on Oakmont Avenue. They went on the run, but U.S. Marshalls tracked them down.
|Brent Thomas Peets|
|Travis Donald Fender|
Peets has a criminal history in both Berkeley and Charleston counties dating back to at least the age of 16.
2006 Charges (Berkeley County):
2nd Degree Burglary – The 9th Circuit Solicitor sent this charge to Family Court. No disposition listed.
February and March of 2009 were busy months for Peets.
2009 Charges (Berkeley county)
Grand Larceny over $5,000 – Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor.
1st Degree Burglary – Allowed to plead to the lesser offense of 2nd Degree Burglary by the 9th Circuit Solicitor. Pled guilty in February of 2010 before Judge Kristie Harrington. Sentenced under YOA to a term not to exceed six years.
Kidnapping – Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor.
Note: 1st Degree Burglary, Kidnapping and Grand Larceny charges usually indicate a home invasion.
2009 Charges (Charleston County):
Grand Larceny – Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor.
Two counts of 2nd Degree Burglary – Pled guilty in March of 2010 before Judge Roger Young. Judge Young also gave him a YOA sentence not to exceed six years. Apparently you can stack up one YOA sentence after another.
Fender has an adult criminal record in Berkeley County:
Receiving Stolen Goods – Pled guilty in November of 2011 before Judge Kristie Harrington. Sentenced to two years, suspended in favor of two years of probation and payment of restitution. The judge was even kind enough to give him credit for the couple of hours he served in jail before making bond.
PWID Marijuana and PWID Marijuana Near a School – Dismissed by the 9th Circuit Solicitor four days after Fender pled guilty to the above charges.
Scarlett Wilson then sued Fender for the cash seized from him at the time of his drug arrest. The record indicates the case was settled by the parties. Either he signed the cash over or Wilson gave it back to him. We find it interesting it took two years for the 9th Circuit Solicitor to file.
There you have it folks – cracka thugs shooting up West Ashley!!