Mount Pleasant man arrested on child sexual abuse material charges, attorney general says. Teen charged with murder after pouring gas on couple, setting them on fire, police say. Driver found dead at the wheel in Mount Pleasant’s Moultrie Plaza. Do You Speak English? Work a USA job from home in. CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) — There’s been another arrest in connection with a child sex trafficking case we have been covering for more than a week now, involving Mount Pleasant businessman Dawson Caldwell.
Scammers are impersonating bank officials by utilising unlawful technology to create bogus caller IDs, according to Newberry County Sheriff’s Deputies. With charges of fraud on the user’s account, the scammers are urging users to’verify’ personal information. Deputies advise that personal information should never be given over the phone. If you get a call like this, hang up and call your bank right away to see if the fraud is real. Sending money to an address that hasn’t been confirmed by your bank is a bad idea.
Documents related to the arrest have been sealed by a federal judge, except for a charge affidavit filed by a Homeland Security investigator. ‘A danger to himself and others’: Alex Murdaugh denied bond Tuesday. That affidavit lists an alias for Caldwell as “Chuck Ashley.” It says the crimes Dawson is accused of occurred between December 2020 and May 2021 in Beaufort and Jasper counties. Caldwell, 52, is the president and CEO of AP Recovery in Mount Pleasant, an auditing firm specializing in the use of artificial intelligence to help companies maximize profits through recovery of missing funds. On its website, the firm boasts dozens of Fortune 500 companies among its international list of clients.
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