Man charged with shoplifting in North Augusta

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A Hephzibah man was arrested on shoplifting charges in North Augusta Saturday night.
According to a North Augusta Department of Public Safety report, Sean Albert Malenfant, 33, of the 1600 block of Brown Road, was arrested and charged with shoplifting and resisting arrest at the Kmart at 310 E. Martintown Road.
An employee called police after she saw a man place two jackets inside a box while he was inside the store, the report says. When the employee and an officer attempted to stop the shoplifter, he tried to flee. Two police officers had to use force to take him into custody.

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dominionfs 01/31/10 - 05:29 pm
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Malenfant....Mal Enfant...If

Malenfant....Mal Enfant...If memory serves, I believe that means " Bad Child " in french. Sorry bout that, thot it was funny.

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corgimom 01/31/10 - 05:50 pm
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This time, he got sent to 7

This time, he got sent to 7 years in prison, with 4 years of probation. He was paroled 9/2/2008. This time he did 2 years, 2 months. Why shouldn't he stop committing crimes? He knows he'll be out soon.

AC 10/19/2006 Sean Albert Malenfant, 30, of the 4200 block of Ervay Street, manufacturing methamphetamine and misdemeanor counts of driving with an expired license, no insurance and no seat belt; seven years in prison, followed by four years' probation, and fined $2,725

AC 6/15/2006 Sean Albert Malenfant, 30, of the 4200 block of Ervay Street, manufacturing methamphetamine and misdemeanor counts of expired driver's license, no proof of insurance and safety belt violation

This is interesting. He got a total of 8 years in prison, 4 years of probation, he served 5 months. Then he was on parole.

AC 2/24/2005 Sean Albert Malenfant, 28, convicted Nov. 2 in Richmond County of second-degree criminal damage to property, theft by taking and a misdemeanor count of possession of marijuana; sentenced to five years in prison, followed by four years' probation, to run consecutively to a three-year prison sentence handed down Sept. 3 for a Richmond County conviction of possession of methamphetamine; paroled to Richmond County effective Feb. 19

AC 9/16/2004 Sean Albert Malenfant, 28, of the 4200 block of Ervay Street, Hephzibah, possession of methamphetamine; three years in prison

AC 9/9/2004 Sean Albert Malenfant, 28, of the 4200 block of Ervay Street, second-degree criminal damage to property, manufacturing marijuana and theft by taking

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1CowboyFan 01/31/10 - 07:05 pm
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WTG Corgimom ... keep them

WTG Corgimom ... keep them honest. Glad someone is keeping track. Obviously the Judicial system isn't.

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Dixieman 01/31/10 - 07:19 pm
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Not Hephzibah! No! Surely

Not Hephzibah! No! Surely not!!
Malenfant indeed.

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crackerjack 01/31/10 - 07:40 pm
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Corgimom, did it mention who

Corgimom, did it mention who the Judges were in these sentences?

crackerjack
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crackerjack 01/31/10 - 07:41 pm
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Whatever happened to the

Whatever happened to the three strike rule?

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corgimom 01/31/10 - 08:00 pm
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Yeah, but I forget who they

Yeah, but I forget who they were. Go to the "Search our site" box and type in his name.

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TakeAstand 01/31/10 - 08:21 pm
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According to the ga doc, he

According to the ga doc, he had a total of 20 years for his 4 charges in 2 years. Total he served less than 3. I'm not so sure its is the judges, but the parole boards that need their heads examined. They are the ones who keep letting these losers out instead of making them serve their time and teaching them a lesson. I'll bet he still does not finish out his sentence even though he violated his parole and has new charges. They will parole him again in no time.

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KSL 01/31/10 - 11:22 pm
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Make the people aware and let

Make the people aware and let the people protest.

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lifeistoshort 02/01/10 - 08:58 am
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Some people never learn. His

Some people never learn. His sister is in prison also.

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