Western York County arrests for the week of May 6

May 7, 2013 

Editor’s note: The following information is compiled from incident reports filed with the York and Clover police departments and from the York County Sheriff’s Office. The information is presented with no intent of guilt or innocence. Minor traffic violations are not listed here.

KEY: AB – Assault and Battery; ABHAN – Assault and Battery of a High and Aggravated Nature; CDV – Criminal Domestic Violence; DUI – Driving Under the Influence; OC – Open Container; PD – Public Drunkenness; PDC – Public Disorderly Conduct; PDP – Possession of Drug Paraphernalia; PMJ – Possession of Marijuana; PWID – Possession With Intent to Distribute (drugs); SA – Simple Assault.

York police arrests

Angel Miller, 28, of 216 California St., York, May 4, charged with PMJ, possession of cocaine and intent to distribute drugs near a school or park.

Tyler Francis Judd, 17, of 627 Harper Road, York, May 3, charged with minor possession of alcohol.

Randy Thomas Crowder, 17, of 16 Brookwood Drive, York, May 3, charged with minor possession of alcohol.

Harley Brooke Young, 18, of 1222 Limestone St., Gaffney, May 2, charged with shoplifting and PMJ.

Patrick Ray Randall, 59, of 114 Rhett Court, Fort Mill, May 2, charged with DUI.

Charlie Daniel Knight, 55, of 1771 S.C. 324, York, May 1, charged with shoplifting.

Dominique Nicole Brown, 24, of 500 Railroad Avenue, April 30, charged with PDC.

York County sheriff’s arrests

Denareay Morshon Pendergrass, 20, of Clover, May 6, charged with CDV.

Donald Ray Long, 45, of York, May 6, charged with DUI.

Kimberly Denise Biggers, 45, of Clover, May 6, charged with shoplifting.

Kimberlee Undine Huffstetler, 32, of Clover, May 5, charged with failure to appear.

Jordan Trevon Littlejohn, 22, of Clover, May 2, charged with possession of illegal drugs with intent to distribute.

Homer Ray Wyatt, 41, of Clover, May 2, charged with failure to appear.

Labrelle Nicole Curry, 21, of York, May 1, charged with failure to appear.

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