Second suspect arrested in N. Charleston carjacking, kidnapping

Antonio Clinton (left), Datez Brown (right)

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) -- A second suspect was arrested Monday in connection with a November carjacking and kidnapping, after he turned himself into police, said officials with the North Charleston Police Department.Antonio Clinton, 25, of North Charleston, turned himself in on charges of armed robbery, kidnapping, grand larceny and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime, according to a police report.

Datez Jammal Brown, 21, of North Charleston, was arrested on Nov. 21. According to the report, Brown had three outstanding warrants with the North Charleston Police Department for kidnapping, armed robbery and grand larceny. His bond was set at $250,000. Officers responded to Dorchester Road on Nov. 16 for reports of a carjacking, officials said. The victim said two suspects left the area in his 2006 Cadillac, the report states.According to the report, an acquaintance known to the victim as 'Taz' called and asked for a ride. When the victim picked him up, a second person came from behind an apartment complex and jumped into the back passenger seat, the report states.'Taz' told the victim the second man, 'Marlo' needed a ride to his home across the street from Zucker Middle School, according to the report.According to the report, when the men got to a trailer park, 'Marlo' pointed a revolver at the victim's head and ordered him to get out of the vehicle.The suspect then stole the victim's wallet, which had $250 inside, and a cell phone, officials said.The suspects then had the victim get in the passenger seat while one suspect drove to an ATM and the other held the gun at the victim's head, the report states.The victim was ordered to get money out of the ATM but when the victim got away from the car, he ran toward a Food Lion where he asked{} bystander to for a phone to call 911, the report states.According to the report, the suspect ran back toward the vehicle and drove off toward Evanston Estates.The victim's car was found abandoned later that day, the report states.According to the police report, $8,750 worth of items were stolen and $8,000 worth of items were recovered.The suspects stole the car's key, the victim's wallet and his cell phone, according to the report.

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