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Home  |  News  |  Quintin Lamont Wallace Jr. wanted for two counts of attempted murder‏

Quintin Lamont Wallace Jr. wanted for two counts of attempted murder‏
Tuesday, May 17, 2011

RICHLAND COUNTY, SC - Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott is requesting the community’s assistance in locating Quintin Lamont Wallace Jr. (pictured right, DOB 1-29-91) on two counts of attempted murder.

Sheriff Leon Lott states that on May 13, 2011 Wallace fired a handgun into a vehicle that was occupied by his 19 year old pregnant girlfriend and her 3 year old brother. Investigators have learned that Wallace and his girlfriend have had on ongoing dispute that resulted in Wallace firing into the car multiple times; while she was parked in the front yard of 3563 Humphrey Drive.

Sheriff Leon Lott is asking that anyone with information on the location of Wallace should call, email or text your anonymous tip to Midlands Crimestoppers.

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