Cayce, SC 01/25/2023 (Paul Kirby) – This week, the City of Cayce’s Police Department is searching for a 22-year-old man that they’ve had a warrant for since the fall of 2021. Each week, the Police Department publishes the information of a fugitive that they’ve obtained a warrant/s for but have been unable to locate for one reason or another. It’s their hope that someone will recognize the fugitive from justice featured that week and make a tip that would lead to an arrest. To date, they have had several instances where they were able to locate and capture alleged criminals who have been evading them for long periods of time.
This week, they are featuring Sedrick Samjuan Evans Jr. Evans is a 22-year-old African American man. The last photo the Police Department has of Evans shows he has a dark complexion, dark brown eyes, a slim build, closely cropped hair, and both ears appear to be pierced. Police say at the time, Evans weighed approximately 160 pounds and is 5 feet 9 inches tall.
On November 18, 2021, Evans was at the Love’s Truck Stop on Bluff Road in the City of Cayce when he removed money from a cash register. He did so with the intent to deprive that business of the use of those funds. Evans, a former employee of the truck stop, was clearly caught on video committing this act of larceny and all that information was turned over to police department's investigators.
After Cayce’s investigators presented their evidence to a judge, the judge agreed there was enough to issue an arrest warrant for Evans on the charge of Petit Larceny. To date, police have been unable to track down Evans whereabouts to serve him with the warrant and take him into custody.
If you know Evans or recognize him from his photo, please notify the Cayce Police Department. You can do that by calling the Cayce Police Department directly at (803) 794-0456 ext. #1 or CRIME STOPPERS at 1-888-CRIME SC (888 274-6372). Tips can also be made through CRIME STOPPERS P3 app which you can download in most app stores or through the SUBMIT A TIP tab on their website at www.midlandscrimestoppers.com.