Police: Rock Hill woman assaults man with shrink wrap at doctor’s office

jzou@heraldonline.comNovember 5, 2013 

Police arrested a Rock Hill woman on Monday afternoon after she hit a man with a large roll of shrink wrap several times, according to a Rock Hill Police report.

Sequioa Mylika Cannimore, 20, was charged with criminal domestic violence, simple assault.

Police found her chasing a 21-year-old at York Pediatrics in Rock Hill with a large roll of shrink wrap. The man claimed she hit him with the shrink wrap holder several times and would not return his cell phone.

Police noticed blood stains on the man’s shirt, most likely from an open cut on his hand. The victim also claimed Cannimore had shattered his car’s hub cap and strewn all his belongings from the car across the parking lot.

Police confirmed his story with three witnesses who saw Cannimore strike him with the roll.

According to the report, Cannimore became irate with officers when she was arrested and began screaming and yelling. Inside the patrol car, she removed her seat belt and tried to kick the back window of the car out. She was detained at the city jail.

Jie Jenny Zou •  803-329-4062

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