Western York County arrests for the week of Sept. 23

September 26, 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

Quinta Zakevius Sherer, 21, of 1314 Smithwood Lane, Hickory Grove, Sept. 22, charged with weapons law violation.

Ruben Mendoza Victoriano, 30, of 2988 Seth Court, Gastonia, Sept. 22, charged with DUI.

Eddie Lee Ford, 33, of York, Sept. 22, charged with trespassing.

Justin Blake Brakefield, 17, of 509 Turkey Creek Road, York, Sept. 21, charged with PMJ.

David James Mattox, 53, of 311 Lincoln Road, York, Sept. 20, charged with PDC.

Christopher Lamont Thompson, 36, of 505 N. Congress St., York, Sept. 20, charged with PDC.

Kelly Gene Littlejohn, 31, of 73 Pinckney St., York, Sept. 20, charged with PDC.

Jonathan Paul Brown, 21, of 140 Wesley Amacker Road, York, Sept. 20, charged with DUI.

Michael Dwaine Dover, 23, of 386 Hall St., York, Sept. 19, charged with possession of meth.

Christopher Lynn McCrary, 34, of 7074 Citation St., York, Sept. 19, charged with possession of meth.

Andreavius Malik Brown, 18, of 105 Auten Place, York, Sept. 17, charged with shoplifting.

Clover police arrests

Laquavis Tyrell Jones, 29, 3125 McCraw Road, Sharon, Sept. 23, charged with trespassing.

William Ray Mauney Jr., 32, 1043 Ruby St., Clover, Sept. 21, charged with larceny.

Thaddius Vaughn Davis, 23, 617 Cauthen St., Rock Hill, Sept. 21, charged with DUI.

Leonard Dale Dover, 52, Lancaster, Sept. 20, charged with PDC.

Tyrone Roby, 37, 1999 Leesburg Drive, Clover, Sept. 20, charged with DUI and OC.

Mura Roxanne Moss, 40, 1215 Hines Road, Clover, Sept. 20, charged with DUI.

Joshua Michael Marquis, 34, 949 Johnson St., Clover, Sept. 19, charged with drug possession and leaving the scene of an accident.

Ernest Lee Latta, 62, 744 Guinn St., Clover, Sept. 18, charged with shoplifting.

Jenna Michelle Melton, 19, 307 Cheek Road, Clover, Sept. 17, charged with possession of heroin, shoplifting and PDP.

Benny Ray Brooks, 51, 112 Richland St., Clover, Sept. 17, charged with public nuisance.

Brett Thomas Bowman, 31, 204 Valley Ave., Clover, Sept. 15, charged with fugitive from justice.

James Wesley Kinley III, 24, 786 Grant St., Clover, Sept. 15, changed with trespassing.

Randy Charles McDonald, 61, Gastonia, N.C., Sept. 13, charged with AB.

Marvin Maxine Wilson, 49, 306 Wilson St., Clover, Sept. 14, charged with PDC.

April Louise Tover, 37, 508 Tennessee Walker Drive, Clover, Sept. 5, charged with DUI, PMJ, PDP, OC and drug possession.

York County sheriff’s arrests

David Scott Howard, 27, of Clover, Sept. 23, charged with probation violation.

Travis Dwayne Ross, 37, of York, Sept. 23, charged with CDV.

Barbara Anne Luna, 45, of York, Sept. 21, charged with check fraud and forgery.

Aaron Axl Tinsley, 23, of Clover, Sept. 19, charged with AB and parole violation.

Joshua David Turner, 19, of Clover, Sept. 19, charged with conspiracy, burglary, and larceny.

Phillip James Cable, 21, of Smyrna, Sept. 19, charged with AB.

William Calvin Lee Cartrette, 22, of Clover, Sept. 18, charged with larceny and burglary.

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