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Most Wanted: Amanda Cook

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DORCHESTER COUNTY, SC (WCSC) -

State probation and parole agents in Dorchester County are looking for 21 year old Amanda Cook.

Cook is wanted for a probation violation.

"She was placed on probation for disposal of methamphetamine waste," said Agent Micky Talley.

Cook could have gotten four years in prison, but a judge gave her five years probation.

Talley said the fugitive hasn't reported to her probation officer since May of this year.

"She has a severe drug history. I think if she continues on this path she's definitely gonna hurt herself and if she doesn't hurt herself she's gonna hurt someone else."

Talley said Cook also is wanted by Summerville Police for failing to appear in court on a drug paraphernalia charge.

"She thinks she's invincible. She's out there using drugs. She has a bench warrant from Summerville Police. She's wanted by us, and I think she's just gonna see how far she can take it till she's caught."

Cook stands 5'7" and weighs about 145 pounds.

Talley believes she is still in the Tri-Ccounty area.

Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers at 554-1111.

You don't have to give your name and may earn a cash reward.

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