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Walhalla, SC - An Oconee County jury deliberated for slightly more than 30 minutes before convicting Jaimie Sabio Obregon, 71, of Seneca, SC of Criminal Sexual Conduct with a Minor. The Honorable Thomas L. Hughston, Jr. sentenced Obregon to 25 years for each of two counts of Criminal Sexual Conduct with a Minor 1st Degree and 20 years for each of two counts of Criminal Sexual Conduct with a Minor 2nd Degree. All sentences are to be served concurrently. Obregon will be required to register as a sex offender. The State was represented by Assistant Solicitor Catherine Wyse.  


In April of 2014, the Oconee County Sheriff’s Office received a report that an eleven year old female had reported at school that she had been sexually abused. The child stated that the defendant sexually abused her several times over the course of a year when the defendant was babysitting her. Following a thorough investigation, Obregon was arrested. 


Solicitor David Wagner stated, “The crimes this defendant committed are among the most heinous acts that our society sees today. This sentence ensures that the defendant will likely spend the rest of his life in prison.”

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Anderson, SC – Yesterday, the Honorable Letitia Verdin sentenced Dennis Dansby Mays to a 12 year active sentence on the charge of Trafficking Methamphetamine. 


On April 24, 2014 members of the Anderson County Sheriff's Office Narcotics Team served a search warrant at 2112 West Whitner Street, Mays' automotive shop, after several weeks of surveillance. While executing the warrant, officers found over a pound and a half of methamphetamine in Mays' desk drawer. 


“Meth continues to be a major problem in our community,” said Solicitor Chrissy Adams.  “Much of the crime we see in our office is related to the manufacture, distribution or use of methamphetamine and I’m thankful for the job the Sheriff’s Office did in this case to take another drug dealer off of our streets.”