Now He Is a Successful Killer

We first profiled Carlton Solomon in September of 2012 when he was charged with carjacking and attempted murder . He stabbed the person he jacked the car from in the chest. He sat in jail until June of 2013 because he couldn’t make the minimum $100,000 bond set for him. In June of 2013 Judge R. Markley Dennis granted a bond reduction. The total bond on attempted murder and carjacking was set at $50,000. Solomon bonded out on 27 July, 2013.

Now he is charged with murdering a woman during an alleged home invasion on 11 January on Johns Island . Solomon is charged with Murder, Kidnapping, Burglary 1st Degree and Possession of a Firearm During a Crime of Violence. How long before some idiot circuit judge lets him out of jail to kill again?

We have to wonder, in light of recent events, if anyone victimized in the home invasion was a witness to the stabbing and carjacking.

Author: Chief

Owner and Author of Charleston Thug Life. Chief started this website back in March of 2012 to shine the light on the Criminals of Charleston.

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  • Rick James

    Depressing. Just depressing. Savages like this should be incarcerated for terms measured in decades, not released after a few days in the county jail.


    That man needs capital punishment rns..kill. lady smh