On January 24, 2016 a Kershaw County Sheriff’s Office traffic officer arrested Terrance Mack Edwards (28) who lives at 2206 Carlos St., Camden, SC after clocking him at 111 mph on I-20 in Kershaw County. Edwards was also charged with driving under suspension (2nd offense) and DUI. A passenger in the vehicle, Bobby Bernard Stuckey, Jr. (36) who lives at 1114 Smyrl Circle, Camden, SC, was also arrested after a records check indicated that he was wanted on 3 outstanding warrants.
Terrance Mack Edwards
At about 4:15am on the morning of January 24, 2016 a Kershaw County Deputy Sheriff assigned to the traffic unit observed a gray in color KIA being driven at a high rate of speed on I-20 near mile marker 90 in Kershaw County. The deputy determined that the speed of the vehicle was 111 mph. At about the 92 mile marker the deputy was able to get the vehicle stopped. After the deputy approached the car and spoke with the Edwards, he detected a strong odor of alcohol. Edwards told the deputy that he and the passengers in the vehicle had just come from a club in Columbia and were in a hurry to get home.
Bobby Stuckey, Jr.
After being administered a roadside sobriety test, Edwards was placed under arrest for DUI. He was also cited for speeding and for driving under suspension (2nd offense). One of the passengers in his vehicle, Bobby Bernard Stuckey, Jr. was also arrested after it was determined that he was wanted on 3 outstanding bench warrants. Both men were transported to the Kershaw County Detention Center.
“Unfortunately, driving under the influence at over 100 miles per hour in Kershaw County is not a rare occurrence. Last year was a record for traffic fatalities in not only our state, but in Kershaw County, as well,” said Kershaw County Sheriff Jim Matthews. “Two of the main contributors are excessive speed and alcohol. Who knows? Maybe this traffic stopped saved some lives. That is exactly why we are out there.”
Edwards has previously been arrested for disturbing schools, driving under suspension, open container, possession of marijuana (2X) and traffic offenses.
Edwards has been released from jail. Stuckey remains at the Kershaw County Detention Center on the 3 warrants which are for failure to appear in court.