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DORCHESTER COUNTY, SC (WCSC) -

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DORCHESTER COUNTY, SC (WCSC) - Most Wanted suspect David Williams turned himself in to authorities Tuesday. Williams was wanted for a probation violation in Dorchester County.

South Carolina Probation and Parole agents were looking for Williams, 44, for criminal domestic violence third offense, in connection with attacks on his wife.

"He punched her in the lip and he was subsequently arrested. The time prior to this he punched her in the nose," said Probation and Parole Agent Micky Talley.

Williams served one year in prison and was then put on probation. He failed to report to his probation agent and a warrant was put out for his arrest.

"He has total disregard for probation, total disregard for the law and he needs to be picked up," Talley said.

Williams has a long rap sheet that includes prison time for assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature.

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