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Date: 09-10-2021

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United States of America v. Che Quan Charon David Page

Case Number: 4:21-cr-00151-SAL

Judge: Sherri A. Lydon

Court: United States District Court for the District of South Carolina (Florence County)

Plaintiff's Attorney: United States Attorney’s Office

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Description: Florence, SC: Felony using, carrying, and brandishing a firearm during and in relation to a crime of violence criminal defense lawyer represented Defendant, Che Quan Charon David Page, 26, of Latta.

On the morning of December 9, 2018, while an employee was opening a Dollar General store in Dillon, Page forced his way into the store. Page held the employee at gunpoint, forcing her to turn off the alarm and directing her to put the money from the store safe in a black drawstring bag he provided. Page then left the store.

Minutes later, a Dillon County Sherriff’s Deputy stopped a vehicle speeding away from the area of the Dollar General. As the passenger in the vehicle, Page was wearing distinctive clothing that matched clothing worn by the robber.

On a nearby roadside, law enforcement found a firearm consistent with that used by the robber, as well as a drawstring bag with cash both inside and scattered around the bag.

United States District Judge Sherri A. Lydon sentenced Page to 84 months in federal prison, to be followed by a 60-month term of court-ordered supervision. There is no parole in the federal system.

The case was investigated by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) and the Dillon County Sheriff’s Office.

Assistant United States Attorney Katherine Flynn prosecuted the case.

18:924 (c)(1)(A)(ii) VIOLENT CRIME/DRUGS/MACHINE GUN with forfeiture allegations

Outcome: The defendant is hereby committed to the custody of the Federal Bureau of Prisons to be imprisoned for a total term of: Eighty-four (84) months. The court makes the following recommendations to the Bureau of Prisons: The defendant is to be allowed to participate in any and all drug rehabilitation and treatment programs; as well as any vocational and educational programs with the BOP; and the defendant be allowed to serve his sentence at FCI Bennettsville or Williamsburg, assuming he qualifies. Upon release from imprisonment, you will be on supervised release for a term of: Five (5) years. While on supervised release, the defendant shall comply with the mandatory and standard conditions of supervision as well as special conditions. $100 special assessment. Forfeiture order incorporated into judgment.

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