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Three men wanted in Lexington County on separate incidents

Richard Freeland Jones, Jr. (Source: Lexington County Sheriff's Department) Richard Freeland Jones, Jr. (Source: Lexington County Sheriff's Department)
Rodney Smith, Sr. (Source: Lexington County Sheriff's Department) Rodney Smith, Sr. (Source: Lexington County Sheriff's Department)
Johnnie Lee Wall, Jr. (Source: Lexington County Sheriff's Department) Johnnie Lee Wall, Jr. (Source: Lexington County Sheriff's Department)

LEXINGTON COUNTY, SC (WIS) - Three men are wanted by the Lexington County Sheriff's Department for three separate incidents.

Richard Freeland Jones, Jr. is wanted on a manufacturing methamphetamine charge. The 42-year-old is around 5' 8" and weighs close to 210 pounds. He has brown hair and brown eyes. His last know residence is in West Columbia.

Rodney Smith, Sr. is wanted on a grand larceny charge. The 48-year-old is six feet tall and weighs 185 pounds. He has gray hair and brown eyes. His last known residence is off Martindale Road in Columbia.

Johnnie Lee Wall, Jr. is wanted on a magistrate's court bench warrant that was issued after Wall failed to appear in court for trial on a charge of assault and battery. The 26-year-old is 6' 3" and weighs around 220 pounds. He has black hair and brown eyes. His last known residence is in Lexington.

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