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home : news : lakelands January 24, 2015

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7/3/2013 5:06:00 PM
Four arrested and one being sought for string of larcenies in the Waterloo Community

 
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Pictured from top l to r:  Charles Anthony Barber 18, Christopher Adam Barber 17, Justin Ray Marler 18, and Dennis Jacob Trent 18
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Pictured from top l to r:  Charles Anthony Barber 18, Christopher Adam Barber 17, Justin Ray Marler 18, and Dennis Jacob Trent 18

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On Tuesday July 2, 2013 the Laurens County Sheriff’s Office arrested Justin Ray Marler 18, of 444 Burton Creek Side Rd, Waterloo SC; Christopher Adam Barber 17, of 1916 Dillard Rd, Waterloo SC; Charles Anthony Barber 18, of 1916 Dillard Rd, Waterloo SC; and Dennis Jacob Trent 18, of 290 Flotella Rd. Ext., Waterloo SC for a string of thefts in the Waterloo Community. Stolen from residents were various watercraft, fishing equipment and jet skis. These defendants were charged with seven counts of Grand Larceny and transported to the Johnson Detention Center.

Laurens County Sheriff’s Office is also looking for Jamie Lee Trent, 22 of Greenwood SC in connection with these larcenies. Trent is wanted for seven counts of Grand Larceny. Anyone with information to Trent’s whereabouts is urged to call the Laurens County Sheriff’s Office at 864-984-4967 or Laurens County Crime Stoppers at 864-68-CRIME. 





Reader Comments

Posted: Wednesday, July 3, 2013
Article comment by: Debra Jones

Jacob Trent is an awesome young man, He was raised by his father an a wonderful step mother, that brought him to church and raised him to be the most respectful young man I know, It goes to show the influence an peer pressure of friends will take you down a path of destruction. The news of his arrest has really broken my heart, and I will be praying for God to use this to bring Jacob back to church an back toward the road he was headed before he moved out on his own.



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