ROCK HILL — Police arrested two Rock Hill men Friday after a 20-year-old woman told police one of them pointed a gun at her before he shot it and then hid under a pickup truck.
Stanford Bernard White, Jr., 27, is charged with pointing and presenting a firearm, failure to identify, possession of a pistol and discharging a firearm in city limits, according to Rock Hill police documents. Quavs Nuvast Jones, 29, is charged with failure to identify. White is held at the York County Detention Center on a $76,000 bond. Jones was released from jail Saturday on a $1,000 bond.
The woman told police that White became angry with her, pulled out a nickel-plated revolver from his waistband and fired a single shot while at a home on Highland Street, the report states.
Rock Hill Police Lt. Brad Redfearn said the woman wasnt injured.
The woman said the man then got into a white Cadillac with a paper tag and drove off toward Friendship Drive with another man and two young women.
Officers found the car matching the womans description parked at a Friendship Drive house. They found Xaviera Holbrooks and Kadeidra Dixon, both 17, who said they were drinking at the Highland Street home. Both Holbrooks and Dixon were issued citations for minors consuming beer.
Dixon was released to the Department of Social Services when officers realized she was a DSS runaway.
Police also found White and Jones hiding under two pickup trucks in the yard, the report states. They also found the revolver after noticing a 500 tattoo on Jones arm. Jones and White told police that they hid when they saw officers driving down the street.
Jones and White were arrested for failure to identify. Police are still investigating their involvement with the shooting.