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Most Wanted: Khalil Fulks

COLLETON COUNTY, SC (WCSC) -

By Harve Jacobs  bio | email | Twitter                 

COLLETON COUNTY, SC  (WCSC) -South Carolina Probation and Parole agents are looking for Khalil Fulks.

Fulks, 24, is wanted for a probation violation stemming from a marijuana and cocaine conviction.

"He's wanted for drug charges and has a pending gun charge and we don't know where he is," said Probation and Parole agent Jay Lemacks.

An arrest warrant was issued for Fulks last July after he failed to check in with his probation supervisor.

Fulks has a tattoo with the words "fear no man" written across his chest.

"I would say he's bragging to whoever he comes into contact, he has no fear," said Lemacks. "He's under supervision for two drug charges, he's carrying a firearm and is stating through his tattoos that he's not scared."

Probation agents say the fact that Fulks likes to mix guns with drugs is a dangerous combination.

"Dangerous combination to the community, dangerous for us and for other law enforcement officers," said Lemacks.

Fulks also has a tattoo with the initials dhb on his left forearm along with scars on the side of his mouth.

He stands 6'1" and weighs about 170 lbs.

If you have any information, call Crime Stoppers at 554-1111. You don't have to give your name and may earn a cash reward.

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