WILLIAMSBURG COUNTY, SC (WCBD) — On Monday, April 4, Williamsburg County Investigators traveled to Insane Graphics in the 1400 block of Highway 41/51 South in Hemingway concerning arrest warrants.
George Slade Taylor, 43, of Hemingway is charged with several drug offenses, two counts of receiving stolen goods, value $2,000 or less, criminal conspiracy, common law conspiracy, and one count of weapons / sale or delivery of pistol to, and possession by, certain persons unlawful, stolen.
Bryan Eugene Walter, 45, of Hemingway and Nicki Louis Cribb, 68, of Hemingway are charged with conspiracy/criminal conspiracy, common law conspiracy to include receiving stolen goods, value $2,000 or less.
Anson Andy Stone, Jr, 38, of Hemingway, James Glenn McDaniel, 42, of Johnsonville, and Edward Ty Daniels, 34, of Johnsonville are all charged with conspiracy/criminal conspiracy, common law conspiracy.
According to investigators, the Williamsburg County Sheriff’s Office conducted a two year investigation concerning a possible theft ring in Williamsburg County. During the process of the investigation an assortment of merchandise was stolen from surrounding counties, and were sold at Insane Graphics to include the business known as Bryan’s in Hemingway.
Bryan Walters along with Nicki Cribb sold some of the stolen merchandise online to numerous customers. Investigators were able to recover stolen merchandise and numerous firearms.
James Glenn McDaniel, Edward Ty Daniels, Anson Andy Stone Jr, were also arrested concerning this investigation for criminal conspiracy.
Taylor, Walter, Cribb, McDaniel, Stone, and Daniels appeared before a Williamsburg County Magistrate for an explanation of the charges against them. All suspects are currently out on bond from the Williamsburg County Detention Center. The investigation into this incident is ongoing.