The Daily Gamecock

In Brief: 2/23/16

Lexington County woman charged after car crash killed infant

After a car crash on Feb. 13, a Lexington County woman has been charged with felony DUI resulting in death, WIS reported. Andalyn Mills was driving on Old Two Notch Road when she crossed the center line and hit a pick-up truck coming from the opposite direction. One of the occupants of the truck was a pregnant woman, who went into early labor after the crash and was taken to a hospital for delivery. The baby was placed on life support but died on Feb. 16. After the death of the infant, Mills' charge was changed to a DUI resulting in death. South Carolina Highway Patrol said the collision is still being investigated.

Former Lexington County man faces child pornography charges

A former Lexington County resident has is facing several child pornography charges from South Carolina prosecutors, WLTX reported. Bryan Matthew Dozier has been charged with six counts of sexual exploitation of a minor, one count in the second degree and five counts in the third degree. Officers arrested Dozier in Gaston County, North Carolina. Investigators said that additional charges might be added. 

North Charleston woman arrested for petty larceny, assault in Chuck E. Cheese

A North Charleston woman was arrested for petty larceny and third degree assault and battery after fleeing a Chuck E. Cheese, WCSC reported. According to the police, Wanda Jackson grabbed a phone from the top of an arcade machine. Another woman, the owner of the phone, confronted Jackson. Jackson told police that the woman spit in her face, so Jackson punched her, giving her a bloody nose. Neither the surveillance footage nor anyone in the immediate area could confirm that the victim spit in Jackson's face. 


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