April 25, 1994: North Charleston police charge Horlbeck with trespassing. He is sentenced to 20 days in jail.
June 8, 1994: North Charleston police again accuse Horlbeck of trespassing. He receives 20 days in jail.
Dec. 16, 1994: Horlbeck is charged by North Charleston police with disturbing school. The charges are later dismissed.
Sept. 9, 1995: Charleston police charge Horlbeck with two counts of attempted grand larceny of cars. He is later convicted of reduced charges of breaking into cars and receives a one-year suspended sentence, along with a year of probation.
Oct. 16, 1995: Horlbeck is again charged with trespassing by North Charleston police. He receives 30 days in jail.
Feb. 17, 1996: Charleston police accuse Horlbeck of disorderly conduct. He is convicted and receives 10 days in jail, along with a six-month suspended sentence.
May 18, 1996: Horlbeck is arrested in Charleston on a simple assault charge. Convicted, he gets a month in jail.
Sept. 5, 1996: Horlbeck picks up another simple assault charge in Charleston. The case is later dismissed.
Sept. 25, 1996: Horlbeck is accused in Charleston of petty larceny and receives 30 days in jail.
Nov. 8, 1996: North Charleston police charge Horlbeck with shoplifting and two counts of possessing stolen goods. He is convicted on all but one count and is sentenced to 30 days in jail.
Dec, 29, 1996: Charleston police charge Horlbeck with shoplifting and two counts of giving false information to officers. He is convicted and sentenced to 15 days in jail on each count.
July 16, 1997: Charleston police charge him with possessing crack cocaine and possessing the drug near a school.
Oct. 14, 1997: Charleston County sheriff's deputies lodge similar crack charges against Horlbeck.
Feb. 11, 1998: Horlbeck appears in court to answer to the two drug cases. He is convicted on two counts of possessing less than a gram of crack. The other charges are dismissed. He is sentenced as a youthful offender to serve between one and five years in prison. He spends less than a year in prison before he is paroled in December 1998.
March 8, 1999: Horlbeck is charged with grand larceny for allegedly stealing a 1994 Dodge Shadow from a Ladson woman. He later pleads guilty to a reduced charge of possession of a stolen motor vehicle. Former Circuit Judge Victor Rawl handed down a one-year suspended sentence, along with a year of probation.
Sept. 1, 1999: Charleston police charge Horlbeck with crack cocaine distribution and possession near a school after investigators videotape a sale of 1.6 grams on Stuart Street.
Nov. 5, 1999: Horlbeck's youthful offender parole is revoked, and he is returned to a state prison facility to serve more time on his 1998 drug conviction.
July 12, 2000: Horlbeck appears in court to answer for his September arrest on crack distribution charges. Once again, he pleads guilty to a reduced charge of crack possession. Rawl sentences Horlbeck to the time he already has served, and he is released, on schedule, in October.
Dec. 19, 2000: Horlbeck is accused of having two rocks of crack cocaine during a traffic stop at Columbus and Hanover streets.
Sept. 24, 2001: Horlbeck pleads guilty to the crack charge. Rawl sentences him to probation for 18 months and orders Horlbeck to get substance abuse treatment.
July 31, 2002: North Charleston police accuse him of domestic violence. The charge is later dismissed.
March 11, 2003: Horlbeck is picked up in North Charleston on a driving under suspension charge.
May 30, 2003: State troopers charge Horlbeck with driving under suspension, other traffic offenses and marijuana possession. He is convicted on all counts and receives a fine.
July 2, 2003: Another driving under suspension charge and more traffic violations in North Charleston.
Aug. 12, 2003: Horlbeck picks up a driving under suspension charge in North Charleston.
Nov. 25, 2003: Berkeley County investigators charge Horlbeck with check fraud. The disposition of that case is unclear from the records.
Jan. 23, 2004: More arrests for driving under suspension and traffic violations earn Horlbeck a habitual offender charge in Charleston. Prosecutors, however, later dismiss those charges.
June 20, 2004: Charleston police arrest Horlbeck on marijuana charges. The disposition could not be determined from the records.
March 26, 2005: Charleston police charge Horlbeck with distributing crack cocaine, distributing the drug near a school and driving under suspension. The charges stem from an undercover drug buy in which Horlbeck allegedly sold crack to a confidential informant at Jackson and America streets, affidavits state.
April 4, 2005: Horlbeck is convicted of driving under suspension and sentenced to 180 days behind bars.
Nov. 13, 2005: Horlbeck is charged in Charleston with driving under suspension, reckless driving and other traffic offenses. He receives fines and jail time.
Dec. 6, 2005: Charleston police charge him with trespassing and resisting arrest. He is sentenced to 20 days in jail.
Oct. 11, 2006: Charleston County sheriff's deputies charge Horlbeck with manufacturing crack cocaine, distributing the drug near a school and being a habitual traffic offender.
Dec. 11, 2006: Horlbeck appears in court to answer to his two crack distribution arrests in the city and in the county. He pleads guilty to one count of distributing crack and one count of distributing the drug near a school. He is sentenced to 10 years in prison, but Circuit Judge Thomas Houghston suspends all but two years of that sentence. He also places Horlbeck on two years of probation.
March 21, 2008: Charleston County sheriff's deputies charge Horlbeck with setting fire to a former girlfriend's home on Ezekiel Avenue in North Charleston after an argument. The woman's mother tells deputies she saw Horlbeck around the time the fire started. His electronic-monitoring device for probation shows he was away from his home at the time, deputies said. He is charged with second-degree arson and violating the terms of his probation.
Aug. 25, 2008: Horlbeck is charged with driving under suspension in North Charleston and receives a fine.
Oct. 3, 2008: He is charged with driving under suspension in Hanahan and receives a choice of jail time or paying a fine.
Oct. 5, 2008: The 9th Circuit Solicitor's Office files a motion requesting that Horlbeck's bond be revoked for violating the terms of his release on the arson charge. Horlbeck had been released from jail on $50,000 bail on the condition that he stay away from the victim. Prosecutors allege he contacted the woman multiple times, stopping by her home and following her, posing a danger to her safety and that of the community. Circuit Judge Markley Dennis later denies the prosecution's request to send Horlbeck back to jail.
May 7, 2009: North Charleston police charge Horlbeck with being a habitual traffic offender. The charge is pending.
July 8, 2009: Charleston police charge Horlbeck with murder in the June 29 shooting death of 15-year-old Jermel Brown near Huger Street. A witness told police Horlbeck was seen in a sport utility vehicle with his brother and Brown shortly before gunfire sounded and the youth was killed.