Two domestic violence cases investigated
A Fort Mill woman sais she was attacked by her boyfriend during an argument over a cigarette, according to a Fort Mill Police Department report.
The report states the 22-year-old victim and her 20-year-old boyfriend argued over the cigarette around 2 a.m. Sept. 4. The man allegedly became angry, grabbed her and slammed her head into walls and some furniture, the woman told police. She called police after breaking away from the suspect. Police arrived and found the woman with multiple cuts and bruises. Authorities are seeking a warrant for the man’s arrest on charges of domestic violence.
Also, a Fort Mill woman faces domestic violence charges after she allegedly attacked her boyfriend with her fingernails, according to a Fort Mill Police report.
The 42-year-old woman, identified as Jennifer Dillon of Fort Mill, allegedly fought with her 41-year-old boyfriend on Sept. 2. When police arrived at the Pebble Creek Crossing home, the victim showed officers cuts on his arms that he said came from the suspect’s fingernails, according to the report. Police said the woman admitted to fighting, but refused to cooperate further with officers, the report states.
Dillon was charged with domestic violence.
Report: Car stolen by boyfriend
Fort Mill Police are investigating a reported theft of a woman’s car, according to a Fort Mill Police report.
The woman told police that her boyfriend came to her home around 6:45 a.m. Sept. 6 and asked for her car keys. Without receiving permission, the man then took the woman’s keys and wallet and drove away in her car, a Toyota Corolla, the report states. He didn’t return.
The woman told police she believes he stole the car and the contents of her wallet, including some cash and credit cards. She told police she had only know the man for a few months and valued the missing belongings at $11,000. Police are investigating.
Compiled by Adam O’Daniel
Police reports of all felonies and any major misdemeanors are compiled weekly from local law enforcement agency records. Charges do not necessarily result in a conviction, and people who are arrested are innocent until proven guilty.