ACCESSORY AFTER THE FACT
TO FELONY OR MURDER
Tyvae Savon Dwyer, 24, of Wagram Drive, was arrested March 14 and charged with accessory after the fact to felony A, B, C or murder, according to a news release from Sumter County Sheriff's Office Public Information Officer Adrienne Sarvis.
Felonies in South Carolina are classified as A through F indicating the maximum sentencing if convicted: Felony A is not more than 30 years; felony B, not more than 25 years; and felony C, not more than 20 years. A murder conviction can result in 30 years to life in prison.
Dwyer allegedly assisted a felon by taking a co-defendant to a location off Pack Road on or between Aug. 7 and Aug. 8, 2018, to get a firearm that was used in an attempted murder and possible attempted armed robbery.
Facebook records obtained through a search warrant corroborate a co-defendant's statement to Dwyer's involvement, and a written statement from a co-defendant was also obtained, according to the release.
CRIMINAL SEXUAL CONDUCT
WITH A MINOR, SECOND DEGREE
Un-Han Kim, 36, of Bethel Church Road, was arrested March 13 and charged with criminal sexual conduct with a minor, second degree, according to Sarvis.
Kim allegedly engaged in sexual battery of a 15-year-old female on and between Feb. 1 and June 30, 2018, at his residence. The release states the victim provided a statement to law enforcement implicating Kim.
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