First Name : Kareem

Last Name : Clark

Approx. Age : 34

State : South Carolina

Tags : East Coast Network   Assaulting Police   Weapons  


Kareem Sanchez Clark (DOB: 08/10/87) is another thug who was arrested at a June 2020 George Floyd riot in Charlotte. He was charged with resisting a public officer. In 2021 he was arrested for stalking a woman in Sumter, South Carolina. Clark has numerous felony priors and subsequents, including: assault on a female, stalking, communicating threats, making a harassing phone call, unlawful use of 911, delivery of marijuana, assaulting a government official, possession of a machine gun or sawed off shotgun, possession of a stolen pistol, sale or delivery of a pistol to and possession by certain unlawful persons, assault and battery, use of a vehicle without permission and malicious injury to animals. It's truly heartwarming to see the fine young men who come out to protest mostly peacefully at BLM riots. Clark was probably living in Charlotte at the tie of the riots but his last known address is in Sumter, South Carolina. He's not currently (2022) incarcerated in NC or SC.

Posted By : Anonymous in August 2022
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