ROCK HILL — Deputies say they’ve exhausted all leads in the search for a man who allegedly punched two Catawba women in their faces last week outside a Rock Hill church.
The women, 21 and 20, told deputies that they got a ride from a man named “DC” Friday night after spending the night at an inn because they thought electricity to their house was going to be cut, according to a York County Sheriff’s report. When DC picked them up, he started driving in the opposite direction of their house.
The women started to yell and curse at DC, who stopped the car at Neelys Creek Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church in the Lesslie community and punched one woman in her face and the other one in her nose, the report states.
Both women refused medical attention. They said they “hung out” with DC the night before and that he wore glasses and possibly lived in Richburg or Edgemoor, the report states.
Officials were unsuccessful in finding DC and told both women to contact authorities with any further information.