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Friday, 4 April 2008

Randy A. Crosby allegedly fired two shots inside a home in greater Bluffton

Randy A. Crosby triggered a manhunt when he allegedly fired two shots inside a home in greater Bluffton during a domestic dispute Monday faces more drug charges -- and now a shooting charge -- after he was arrested twice in the same day. Two of the home's other occupants also face drug charges. Less than a half-day after being released from the county jail Wednesday on a marijuana possession charge, 21-year-old Randy A. Crosby was arrested following a traffic stop and charged with possession with intent to distribute cocaine, possession of narcotics, simple possession of marijuana, driving under suspension and failure to surrender a driver's license.
He also was charged with discharging a firearm into a dwelling, which stemmed from the incident in the Mayfair section of Woodbridge on Monday. Earlier in the week, the Sheriff's Office said it did not have enough evidence to charge Crosby in connection with the shooting. That changed after officers recovered the gun, according to authorities. No one was injured in the incident, described by police as a domestic argument that ended with the gunshots. The manhunt Monday afternoon led to four Buckwalter area schools being locked down. Students were delayed from going home, and extracurricular activities were canceled. Two residents of the Mayfair Drive home where the alleged domestic dispute occurred were also charged during the traffic stop. Cory L. Avery, 17, was charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana, possession of a firearm by a person under 21 and simple possession of marijuana. An 18-year-old woman was charged with misdemeanor simple possession of marijuana.
The traffic stop was the result of information obtained by the Beaufort-Jasper Multi-Agency Drug Task Force that indicated a home on Lake Linden Drive was being used to store and sell illegal drugs, according to the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office. Crosby lives on that street, according to the Beaufort County Detention Center's online log.
Drugs were seized from the residence and that part of the investigation is ongoing, with additional arrests and charges expected, the Sheriff's Office said.
Avery was released Thursday on $16,000 bond. Crosby's bond had not yet been set Thursday on the shooting charge. The bond for his drug charges is $16,446. He was in jail Thursday night.



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