ROCK HILL — A Rock Hill man was arrested Sunday and accused of breaking into a womans home with several teenagers two weeks after deputies say he held another woman at knifepoint and stole her valuables.
Raheem Lashawn Hudson, 19, is held at the York County Detention Center on a $34,970 bond. He faces 10 charges including: armed robbery with a deadly weapon, grand larceny, possession of a weapon during a violent crime, two counts of petty larceny, three counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, criminal conspiracy and first-degree burglary.
On Nov. 10, Hudson, who had been living with a York woman, her husband and her son-- who he met in jail-- waved a steak knife at the 39-year-old woman and ordered her to take him to Rock Hill before he took her cell phone and car keys, according to a York County Sheriffs report.
The woman, who fled into a bathroom and locked the door, realized Hudson also stole her sons Xbox 360 console, the report states. Deputies issued a be on the lookout alert for Hudson.
On Nov. 24, another woman told police someone broke into her home on Indian Trail in Rock Hill, ransacking the living room and stealing a laptop, jewelry, an Xbox game console and a Wii game console, another report states. Officers spoke with a neighbor, who said she didn't see anything but noticed several kids gathered around a bonfire in a backyard on Hagler Drive.
Deputies found two 13-year-old boys and a 14-year-old in the living room of a house while a fire smoldered in the backyard, the report states. A woman let the officers in the house, where deputies found the stolen items. The teens admitted that they stole the items along with Hudson, who apparently kicked in the victims door.
The boys were each charged with second-degree burglary, petty larceny and criminal conspiracy. Officers found Hudson at an Indian Trail house in Rock Hill and took him into custody.