Wednesday, August 13, 2014
Agents with the 15th Circuit Drug Enforcement Unit are looking for two individuals, Walker Dwane Bone and Xavier Rashon Reed, who fled from Agents conducting an investigation into narcotics sales in the City and County of Georgetown on August 11, according to a statement issued by the Georgetown COunty Sheriff’s Office.
Agents had observed three males, in a 1998 Lincoln SUV engaged in activity consistent with drug sales and numerous traffic infractions. At this time Agents attempted to stop the vehicle. The Lincoln, operated by Walker Dwane Bone (DOB 3/8/94) of 1837 Pringle Ferry Road in Georgetown, failed to stop and fled from Agents.
After travelling a short distance Bone fled on foot from the still moving vehicle. The front seat passenger, Xavier Rashon Reed (DOB 4/9/1995) of 29 Oxford Lane in Georgetown, then took control of the vehicle.
Reed crashed the Lincoln into a house at the intersection of Yadkin Ave. and Congaree Lane before attempting to run over Agents who were on foot. Reed, and another passenger, then fled the scene with the vehicle. With the help of citizens the Lincoln was tracked to Linen Lane in Georgetown where Shaquille Walker, the passenger, was arrested. Reed fled on foot through a creek and was not located.
Agents found drug paraphernalia and marijuana remnants in the vehicle as well as hand gun bullets. Walker was arrested, charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and taken to the Georgetown County Detention Center.
Warrants were obtained for both Bone and Reed and they are being actively sought by law enforcement. Anyone who knows the whereabouts of either Bone or Reed is asked to contact the 15th Circuit Drug Enforcement Unit (843-461-1661) or the Georgetown County Sheriff’s office.
Due to the presence of the ammunition in the vehicle and the actions of Bone and Reed, Agents consider them possibly armed and dangerous. Citizens should avoid any contact with them.
Contact Number: 843-461-1331.
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