ROCK HILL — A 20-year-old Rock Hill man threw his body against the doors and cage of a patrol vehicle and shouted profanities at officers Saturday after deputies arrested him during an underage drinking party bust, police say.
Deputies arrested and charged Jarek Anthony Kram, 2097 McGee St., Apt. A, Rock Hill, with minor in possession of beer, according to a York County Sheriff’s report.
Police also arrested and cited:
• Ashley Danielle Boulware, 18, 1422 Covenant Place, Rock Hill
• Tailer MacKenzie Beculheimer, 19, 4607 Pennington Meadows Circle, Rock Hill
• Lauren Locklair, 19, 4010 Crestview Drive, Rock Hill
• Mary Katherine Underwood, 19, 940 Allison News Place, Concord, N.C.
Shortly after midnight Saturday, deputies receiving complaints about a suspicious vacant vehicle parked in front of a house at 1422 Covenant Place, the report states. When police walked down the driveway, they saw several people running away through the backyard.
Officers tried to follow them through the woods but only found Underwood, who was escorted back to the house, the report states.
Police went to the back sliding door of the house and saw alcohol on the table, the report states. Police say Kram then closed the drapes.
Officers went to the front door and made contact with Kram, Boulware, who lives at the home, and Beculheimer, who officers found locked inside a bathroom vomiting.
Deputies also found five other people in the home, one of them a 15-year-old girl, but they released them after determining that they hadn’t been drinking.
A deputy later found Locklair walking throughout the neighborhood, the report states.
Kram remained uncooperative and was placed in a patrol vehicle, according to the report, where he began to scream and throw his body against the doors and cage.
Kram was booked at the York County Detention Center. The others were cited and released, the report states. Police say others remain unaccounted for because they ran into the woods.