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Most Wanted suspect Connie Carroll turns herself in

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DORCHESTER COUNTY, SC (WCSC) -

By Harve Jacobs  bio | email | Twitter

DORCHESTER COUNTY, SC (WCSC) - Most Wanted suspect Connie Carroll turned herself in to Dorchester County authorities Thursday.

South Carolina Probation and Parole agents were looking for Carroll, 24, for a probation violation on a drug conviction.

"She is a drug user on probation for possession of cocaine, probably still associating with her friends or criminal element and probably using drugs," said Probation and Parole Agent Micky Talley.

Carroll could have gotten up to six months in prison, but was given probation. She didn't play by the rules.

"She stopped reporting," said Talley. "She is a drug user and I think if she gets desperate enough, she will probably victimize."

Parole agents have been looking for Carroll for six months. They don't expect the known drug user to surrender anytime soon.

"I am a citizen of Dorchester County, so I take it very personally," said Talley.

Carroll stands 5'6" and weighs about 110 lbs.

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