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Colleton Co. Sheriff's Office releases new 'Top 10 Most Wanted' list

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Top Row (Left to Right): Andy Barber, Christopher Sweat Jr, Ronney Brightman, Jonathan Gillikin, Randy Grimes. Bottom Row (Left to Right): Christopher Buchanan, Tishawn Shuler, Christopher Sible, David Jenkins and Kaylor Aiken. Top Row (Left to Right): Andy Barber, Christopher Sweat Jr, Ronney Brightman, Jonathan Gillikin, Randy Grimes. Bottom Row (Left to Right): Christopher Buchanan, Tishawn Shuler, Christopher Sible, David Jenkins and Kaylor Aiken.
COLLETON COUNTY, SC (WCSC) -

The Colleton County Sheriff's Office has released a new "Top 10 Most Wanted List."

The sheriff's office says out of 30 people that have been featured on the list throughout the year, 27 have been captured.

"This project has been a success because of the cooperation between the law enforcement community and the citizens of Colleton County," said Sheriff George A. Malone."One could not have done it without the other."

The Top Ten Most Wanted are:

Andy Barber - Wanted for failure to appear before general sessions bench and warrants for narcotic violations.

Charles Buchanan - Wanted for failure to register as a sex offender and lewd act on a child.

Charles Sweat - Wanted for five counts of fraudulent checks.

Christopher Sible - Wanted for third-degree assault and battery.

David Jenkins Sr. - Wanted for failure to appear bench warrants.

Jonathan Gillikin - Wanted for criminal sexual conduct with a minor, first-degree.

Kaylor Aiken - Wanted for two counts of attempted murder and possession of a weapon during the commission of a crime. Should be considered armed and dangerous.

Randy Grimes - Wanted for murder. Should be considered armed and dangerous.

Ronney Brightman - Wanted for 2 bench warrants for failure to appear.

Tishawn D. Shuler - Wanted for failure to register as a sex offender.

If you have any information on any of the suspects you are asked to call the sheriff's office at (843) 549-2211 or (843) 549-6926.

Copyright 2012 WCSC. All rights reserved.

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