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SLED charges three former CCSO deputies after reporting fake emergencies in county

Three former Chesterfield County Sheriff’s Office deputies were arrested Monday following an investigation conducted by the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division.

SLED agents with arrested and charged First Sgt. Justin Tyler Reichard, 28; Sgt. Darien Myles Roseau, 25, and Deputy Killian Daniel Loflin, 26, with misconduct in office, criminal conspiracy, and aggravated breach of peace.

According to warrants obtained from SLED, Reichard, Roseau, and Loflin were on duty Feb. 4.

Justin T. Reichard

Killian D. Loflin

Darien M. Roseau

While on duty, the three “knowingly reported five hoax emergencies within the municipalities of Cheraw, Chesterfield, McBee and Pageland.”
According to SLED, the hoax reports were telephoned to convenience stores or respective municipal law enforcement agencies. They notified the call recipient of the location of a “dead body” within the municipalities.
The warrants said the hoax calls caused emergency responses from law enforcement and/or other emergency responders.
Chesterfield County Sheriff Cambo Streater requested SLED to investigate allegations against the three.
“I got information of alleged misconduct by three of my deputies,” he said. “I called SLED to come in and investigate.”
Reichard, Roseau, and Loflin were booked at the Chesterfield County Detention Center and released on personal recognizance bonds.

The 12th Circuit Solicitor’s Office will prosecute the case.

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