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Sheriff James R. Metts
Ed.D,CHS-III,CJM,L.L.D.








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Fugitive Investigators Arrest Three Persons Who Were Wanted in Robbery


Brian Robinson Christopher Eadon Pamela Norris


Fugitive investigators with the Lexington County Sheriff’s Department and a regional U.S. Marshals Service fugitive task force on Tuesday, January 31 arrested a 32-year-old Lexington man, 29-year-old Lexington woman and 21-year-old Lexington man who each were wanted by the Sheriff’s Department on arrest warrants in connection with a robbery that occurred on January 27 at a room at a motel on Harbor Drive near West Columbia.

Lexington County Sheriff James R. Metts said fugitive investigators arrested Christopher Joseph Eadon, 32, of 141 Wessel Drive, Lexington, and Brian Austin “Bam” Robinson, 21, of 141 Wessel Drive, Lexington, at about 8:45 p.m. on Tuesday in Sumter. Eadon and Robinson each were being held on Wednesday, February 1 at the Lexington County Detention Center on bail totaling $40,000 on charges of robbery and first-degree assault and battery.

Fugitive investigators arrested Pamela Shae Norris, 29, of 141 Wessel Drive, Lexington, at about 6 p.m. on Tuesday near a motel on Airport Boulevard near Cayce, Metts said. Norris was being held on Wednesday at the county Detention Center on bail totaling $20,000 on charges of robbery and first-degree burglary. Norris is Eadon’s girlfriend. Robinson is Eadon’s nephew.

Arrest warrants allege that at about 12:30 a.m. on January 27 Eadon, Norris and Robinson assaulted and then robbed a 20-year-old man in the man’s room at the Executive Inn, 1107 Harbor Drive, West Columbia, Metts said. The 20-year-old man was acquainted with Eadon, Norris and Robinson and invited the trio to his room at the motel.

Eadon, Norris and Robinson hit the 20-year-old man with their fists and a belt and placed their hands around his neck, causing the man to lose consciousness while he was being choked, Metts said. After they assaulted the 20-year-old man, Eadon, Norris and Robinson stole $669 in cash, one LG cellular telephone and one Dell M5030 laptop computer from the motel room.



 


04/10/2014 - PS-LE Career Expo  
04/10/2014 - Officers Seize Methamphetamine Laboratory  
04/10/2014 - Student Charged with Communicating Bomb Threat at High School  
04/10/2014 - More than 6,000 Pounds of Food Donated to Children's Shelter  
04/09/2014 - Two Teen-Agers Arrested in Carjacking  
04/09/2014 - Two Men Arrested in Shooting Incident  
04/07/2014 - Arrest Warrant Obtained for Man in Home Break-In  
04/06/2014 - Officers Seize Two Methamphetamine Laboratories  
04/06/2014 - Two Teen-Agers Charged in Burglary at Business  
04/03/2014 - Man Arrested in Fatal Shooting  
04/02/2014 - Personal Safety Class  
04/02/2014 - Detectives Obtain Arrest Warrants for Man in Home Break-Ins  
04/02/2014 - Deputies Arrest Man for Stealing Camper Trailer  
04/02/2014 - Sheriff Promotes Deputy  
04/01/2014 - Community Day  
04/01/2014 - Deputies Arrest Two Men for Robbing Convenience Store  
04/01/2014 - Officers Seize Methamphetamine Laboratory  
03/25/2014 - Walk a Mile in Her Shoes  
03/23/2014 - Two Men Arrested for Breaking Into Storage Building  
03/20/2014 - Two Teen-Age Girls Charged With Communicating Bomb Threats at Gilbert High School  
03/17/2014 - Cook A Pig  
03/17/2014 - Food Drive for Children's Shelter  
03/17/2014 - Spirit of Giving Challenge  
03/14/2014 - Father and Son Charged with Stealing or Possessing Stolen Utility Trailers and All-Terrain Vehicles  
03/13/2014 - Officers Seize Methamphetamine Laboratory  


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