Western York County arrests for the week of April 21

April 22, 2014 

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

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.

Clover Police arrests

Franklin Pierce Barnes III, 25, 112 Grier St., Clover, April 18, charged with DUI.

Destiny Dawn Wilson, 26, 111 McConnell St., Clover, April 18, charged with PDC.

Shawn Michelle Hall, 45, 111 McConnell St., Clover, April 18, charged with PDC.

York Police arrests

Carl Michael Robbins, 48, of 18 Hunter St., York, April 22, charged with PDC.

Arnulfo Mariscal, 25, of 23 Wainwright Avenue, York, April 20, charged with DUI.

Dillon McKenzie Earl, 22, of 1128 Wellington Square Drive, York, April 20, charged with CDV.

Devona Lynn Hedrick, 41, of 229 Blackburn St., York, April 16, charged with PDC.

York County Sheriff’s arrests

Tyler Ryan Chariker, 18, of Clover, April 21, charged with AB.

Christopher Mark Phillips, 39, of Clover, April 21, charged with arson and larceny.

Denyon Raquee Neely, 25, of York, April 18, charged with drug possession and distribution.

Travis Ryan Downs, 29, of Clover, April 17, charged with financial fraud.

Brian Wayne Stevens, 42, of York, April 16, charged with burglary, grand larceny and conspiracy.

Eddie Lee Ford, 33, of York, April 15, charged with burglary and robbery.

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