Aiken County's most wanted suspects

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News 12 at 6 o'clock, January 30, 2008

AIKEN CTY, S.C. --- Aiken County investigators need your help as they continue to work on finding three wanted men and simply identify a suspect in another case. They want to get the suspected criminals off the streets. But, they all are proving to be hard to capture.

"It's just like that around here. Kenmont Street is just real laid back. You know what I'm saying. This is just a good neighborhood around here," says Chreser Hendricks.

It wasn't laid back early in the morning morning on September 12th though. As one high-profile suspect on the run - 19-year-old Morris Dorch - is accused of getting into a fight with 20-year-old Prince Shand Junior and then shooting him with an assault rifle.

"Everyone is just trying to move on and hope Prince rests in peace," says Hendricks.

Investigators think Dorch is in the New York area. Just a few months ago, Chreser heard the wanted man was in Aiken.

"You know, Aiken is small. You hear a lot of things, but I haven't seen anything for myself."

A second murder suspect - 24-year-old Koran Sapp - also on the run. Investigators want him behind bars cause he is accused of shooting and killing Najee Preister in June. Sapp is also wanted on dogfighting charges.

"We want to get our hands on those 2 individuals as quickly as possible," says Lt. Michael Frank with the Aiken County Sheriff's Office.

Investigators have sent information on Dorch and Sapp to America's Most Wanted. Something Chreser says is good for Prince.

"That's real positive, especially for his family. They can have some closure," says Chreser.

23-year-old Francisco Torrellas wanted for shooting 24-year-old Roderick Collins on Seymour Drive in North Augusta. This all happening on October 24. Investigators think he is in the Charlotte, Columbia, Atlanta area.

"If you know where any of these people are, do the right thing," says Lt. Frank.

And the right thing is to call the Aiken County Sheriff's Office or Crime Stoppers of the Midlands.

A mystery case in Aiken County is identified by a while cross in the middle of the roadway on Mayfield Rd. in Aiken. Investigators aren't sure what happened to 23-year-old Christopher Jordan. All they know is that early on the morning of August 16, he was found lying face up in the roadway, leaving family and Investigators wondering: what really happened to the young man.

Right after Jordan's death, we talked with his family.

"It's an ongoing struggle. That's all I can say. It's an ongoing struggle. I just want to know who killed my brother and why," said Roderick Folks, Jordan's oldest brother.

No suspect and considered a death investigation after initially thought to be a hit and run.

"But we are proceeding as if this was a hit and run," says Lt. Frank.

If you have any information on any of these open cases, please call the Aiken Co. Sheriff's Office at (800) 922-9709 or Crime Stoppers of the Midlands at (888) 559-TIPS.

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