Former Horry County Police Detective Allen Large has been offered a plea deal on the criminal sexual conduct charges that will be prosecuted by the state attorney’s general office.
Plea offers have been made for all of the defendants. If they don’t accept plea offers, Large will first go to trial in Horry County the week of Sept. 18th. There are no updates on the public index because the cases aren’t definitely set for trial yet — it all depends on the plea offers.
Details of the plea offer are not being revealed, but Robert Kittle, spokesman for the attorney’s general office, says that if Large rejects the deal, he will go to trial Sept. 18.
Large was indicted in September 2016 by a grand jury that was convened by the attorney general on five counts of third-degree criminal sexual conduct and six counts of misconduct in office.
Also indicted were former Horry County police officials Daryl Williams, who faces nine counts of misconduct in office; Todd Cox, charged with 16 counts of misconduct in office; and Luke Green, who faces three counts.
Kittle said that all of the former officers have been offered plea deals. If not accepted, the trials will be held in Horry County beginning with Large’s scheduled date.
Large also is the target of lawsuits alleging he sexually harassed or assaulted at least five women. Some of the women, known as Jane Doe, say that Large pressured them to perform in catfighting videos for money — a sub genre of pornography.