Aiken County releases latest most wanted list

The Aiken County Sheriff's Office released today its latest Most Wanted Suspects list, this time focusing on suspects charged with assault and battery with intent to kill and assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature.

The names of those on the list along with their last known address and charge are:

Francisco Dupreme Torrellas, 26, of the 1200 block of Florence St., Augusta, wanted on assault and battery with intent to kill and possession of a firearm during commission of a violent crime;

James Rodriguez Roundtree, known as "Buck," 33, of the 500 block of Dunn Dr., Beech Island, or the 100 block of Taylor Street, Augusta, wanted on assault and battery with intent to kill and contempt;

Geoffrey Lee Butler, 49, of the 3300 block of Crane Ferry Road, Augusta, or 100 block of Alta Vista Ave., North Augusta, wanted on assault and battery with intent to kill;

Mieshia Ebony Glover, 29, of Carrier Lane, North Augusta, wanted on assault and battery high and aggravated;

Bryson Tyrone Sims, 30, of the 200 block of Hallelujah Lane or Carrier Lane, North Augusta, wanted on assault and battery high and aggravated;

Darrell Donothuas Hunter, 23, of the 2600 block of Storm Branch Rd., Beech Island, wanted on assault and battery high and aggravated;

Mae Frances Baughman, 34, of the 2100 block of 3rd Ave., Augusta, or 200 block of Retro Drive, Aiken, wanted on assault and battery high and aggravated;

Keith Lenton Hall, 31, of the 300 block of Jehossee Dr., SE, Aiken, wanted on assault and battery high and aggravated and unauthorized possession of a pistol;

Robert William Taylor, nickname “Bobby," 38, of the 700 block of Beech Island Ave., Beech Island, wanted on assault and battery high and aggravated;

Bruce Terrell Green, A.K.A Terrel Bruce Dickson, 39, of the 4200 block of Stone Rd, Hephzibah, or 3000 block of Silver Bluff Rd., Aiken; wanted on assault and battery high and aggravated, use of automobile without permission, family court bench warrant, malicious injury to property and larceny.

Anyone with information should call (800) 922-9709 or (888) 599-TIPS.

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