YORK — The Rock Hill man who two weeks ago threatened a police officer and city judge because he was dissatisfied with his bond was served with more warrants Monday after he threw toilet water and spat on two detention center officers, officials say.
Jerome Anderson, a 57-year-old inmate at the York County Detention Center, is now charged with four counts of throwing bodily fluids on employees by a prisoner. He is held on a $3,470 bond.
A York County Detention Center officer reported that Anderson splashed toilet water and spat on him and another officer sometime Monday, according to a York County Sheriffs report. When officers tried to place him in a restraint chair and give him medication, Anderson again spat on one of the officers.
Police arrested Anderson two Saturdays ago when he trespassed at a business on East Main Street. While held in jail, he complained about having to wait for his bond hearing and threatened to physically harm a female police officer after calling her a profane name.
When he appeared before a judge for his bond hearing, he told the judge that he better not catch him on the streets or he would harm him with a gun. He was then charged with threatening the life of a public official.