Woodruff Fugitives Armed and Dangerous – Arrested
April 18, 2012
The man hunt is over for brothers Jason Tolison and Justin Reynolds of Beason St. in Woodruff. The suspects were arrested. Monday morning April 16th at 1622 W. Georgia Rd in Woodruff. They were apprehended by Woodruff City police and Spartanburg Sheriff’s Deputies for shootings in both Woodruff and Laurens County. Sources say at least one of the suspects tried to flee and had to be tased and one fell through the attic floor of the hideout home. According to Woodruff Chief Dawkins, Tolison was taken to the hospital for injuries sustained from head butting the window of the police car out. On April 8, 2012 officers responded to a call on Woody Court in the Kelly Acres housing development. The report states that when officers arrived on the scene they observed a white male bleeding from his nose and mouth due to a gunshot wound to the neck. The report noted that the victim’s shoes were off and his pockets had been turned inside out. The victim’s car was stolen and later found burned out in Laurens County. The man remains in the hospital in stable condition. The duo was also wanted by Laurens County Sheriff’s office for allegedly shooting an Enoree man on April 7, after an argument at the Enoree river. The man was airlifted to Spartanburg Regional to be treated for his injuries and released. Reynolds and Tolison face charges of attempted murder, armed robbery, grand larceny, arson, and felony possession of a fire arm. Reynold’s has previously served time for assault and battery with intent to kill and Tolison’s earlier criminal activity includes but is not limited to, assault and battery by mob, resisting arrest, obtaining property under false pretense, bench warrants, burglary 1st degree and probation violation.
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