Sex offender surrenders

By: Tom Campbell Email
By: Tom Campbell Email

January 23, 2008

AIKEN, S.C.---Wanted sex offender Tony Bagwell of Salley has surrendered to Aiken County deputies.

He turned himself in Tuesday afternoon at the sheriff's office.

Bagwell was convicted in 1993 of a lewd act on a minor.

Deputies say he failed to notify the sheriff's office of a change in address as required by law. Failing to register, first offense, is a misdemeanor which can mean up to 90 days in jail.

Aiken deputies are still looking for two other sex offenders for not registering properly. They've all been featured recently on CSRA's Most Wanted on News 12.

They are Kenneth Dunn of Aiken and Billy McCarty of North Augusta.

If you know where they are, contact the sheriff's office at 800 922-9709.


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