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A Rock Hill woman was arrested after she assaulted her husband with a logging chain during a dispute, according to the York County Sheriff’s Office.
The incident happened the morning of Sunday, February 10, at the woman’s home on Indian Trail in Rock Hill.
A 33-year-old man called the Sheriff’s Office asking for deputies to meet him at a location near the Indian Trail home. Once deputies arrived, the man told them he and his wife, Amber Carroll, 28, had been in a fight, and that she had assaulted him, according to the report.
He went on to tell deputies that he and Carroll were separated. He had gone to the house after Carroll had called him asking for food for her two children, deputies said.
Once the man had given the children food and picked up a few of his things, he tried to leave. That’s when Carroll refused to get off the tailgate of his truck, and wouldn’t let him leave.
He asked the woman several times to get off the truck and let him leave, but she kept refusing and kicking the side of his truck, denting it, deputies said.
When the victim tried to pull Carroll off of the truck, she grabbed a logging chain from the bed of the truck and wrapped it around her hand and swung it at him, hitting him in the hand and leg, the report states.
Officers documented the man’s injuries and went to Carroll’s home, where she admitted swinging the chain at the victim, but not striking him with it.
Once a family member could come and pick up Carroll’s children she was arrested and taken to the York County Detention Center.
Carroll was charged with criminal domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature.
Spartanburg police said a grocery store worker who tried to stop would-be shoplifters from driving off with beer was dragged by the suspects’ SUV for several yards as they tried to flee.
Police said a worker at the Southport Road Bi-Lo store was pushing shopping carts back inside when he saw a man throwing cases of beer into the back of a SUV, working faster to get them in the trunk as the employee approached.
When the victim asked to see a receipt for the beer, a woman told him to walk over to the driver’s seat where she showed him receipts from other stores, police said. A witness told police he heard the man tell the woman to go while he ran away.
Officers said the woman then shut the door on the victim and accelerated, trapping him partly inside the SUV and dragging him for about 20 yards before he broke free.
The victim then ran after the man, eventually stopping him and holding him in the bushes until police approached, according to the officer’s report. As police pulled up, they said the man then tried to jump on the back of a passing car to getaway, but was thrown off and stopped by officers.
Police said they located the SUV and female driver a short time later at her home along with the $124.80 of beer.
Officers charged 35-year-old Tina Gary and 19-year-old Shaquille Marlowe with shoplifting. Marlowe was also charged with public disorderly conduct and Gary was charged with aggravated assault and battery.
A Lancaster man was sentenced last week to 15 years in prison for possessing a firearm.
Gary Davis, Jr., 24, of Lancaster County, was sentenced in federal court in Columbia, for being a felon in possession of a firearm, a violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 922(g)(1), according to a news release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for South Carolina.
United States District Judge Cameron McGowan Currie of Columbia sentenced Davis to 15 years imprisonment followed by 5 years of supervised release and a $100 special assessment.
Evidence presented at the change of plea hearing established on November 7, 2010, Davis failed to stop at the entry checkpoint of a housing complex in the City of Lancaster.
The Crime Prevention Officer assigned to the checkpoint eventually stopped Davis to inquire why he was present at the complex. During the interview, the officer saw in plain view lying on the driver’s side floorboard a firearm.
Davis was detained and the Lancaster City Police were called. When the police arrived, they asked Davis for permission to search his car. He gave them permission.
He then informed the police that there was a revolver on the floorboard of the vehicle and a bag of marijuana under his cell phone in the center console. The police went to the vehicle and saw the handgun lying on the floorboard. Davis was subsequently arrested.
The case was investigated by agents of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and the Lancaster City Police Department. Assistant United States Attorney William K. Witherspoon of the Columbia office handled the case.
This case was prosecuted as part of the joint federal, state and local Project CeaseFire initiative, which aggressively prosecutes firearm cases.
A South Carolina man is accused of setting his 61-year-old mother on fire inside their home Tuesday morning and then fleeing. But the tables were later turned when his brother shot him twice, according to authorities.
The mom, Debra Davis, was taken to the hospital with second- and third-degree burns on about 40% of her body, the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office said.
Deputies received a call at approximately 8 a.m. that the Piedmont woman had sought help at a neighbor’s home.
The neighbor, Randy Clark, told CBS affiliate WSPA-TV that he heard Davis screaming outside.
“I opened the door, and the smell of gas was powerful. And her clothes were melted,” Clark said.
She was flown to the Joseph M. Still Burn Center in Augusta, Ga., where she was in critical condition.
“She was in pretty bad shape,” Chad McBride, Anderson County Sheriff’s Office spokesman, told the Anderson Independent Mail.
Deputies say Davis’ 37-year-old son, whose name is being withheld pending his arrest, had gone to neighboring Greenville County to see his brother. According to investigators, the siblings got into a fight, and the suspect’s brother shot him.
The suspect was taken to the hospital for surgery and was expected to survive. His brother will not be charged, Greenville deputies told WSPA.
Meanwhile, if Davis dies, her son could face a murder charge.
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