Man Wanted for Shootings Now Behind Bars

   A Laurens man is now behind bars on charges that include Six Counts of Attempted Murder, in connection with a shooting incident on April 1st this year. He’s also charged with Intimidating a Witness for a Criminal Trail by shooting her during that shooting incident on Brewster Road, and he is charged with Failure to Show Up to Face Armed Robbery charges on April 5th of this year.

22-year-old Terrian Artez Pulley of 387 Watson Street and/or Woodberry Drive, Laurens was arrested Monday by the Sheriff’s Office. During arraignment yesterday, bond was denied on all Six Counts of Attempted Murder, on a charge of Intimidating a Witness, and on a charge of Use of a Weapon during Commission of a Violent crime.

In arrest warrants, Sheriff’s Lt. Bryant Cheek accuses Terrian Artez Pulley of shooting a Paul Street woman at 61 Brewster Road on April 1st, causing great bodily injury that required medical treatment. He was further charged with shooting at several other people at the same location on Brewster Road on April 1st. For the shooting that resulted in serious bodily injury to a Laurens area woman, Terrian Artez Pulley was charged with Intimidating a Witness, accused of intimidating a witness in a criminal trial by shooting her April 1st at 61 Brewster Road, outside Laurens.

Terrian Artez Pulley was also served with three Bench Warrants citing failure to appear in General Sessions Criminal Court on April 5th 2013 to face charges for Two Counts of Armed Robbery and one charge of Pointing and Presenting a Firearm.

22-year-old Terrian Artez Pulley remains in the Johnson Detention Center, awaiting his next court date.