Rock Hill man charged in violent home invasion

The HeraldMay 23, 2014 

Dennis Davis

— A Rock Hill man was arrested this week in connection with a violent home invasion last summer.

Police issued warrants for Dennis Davis, 31, following a July 22 break-in and robbery at a home on Cornelius Drive, according to police documents.

On the night of the incident, a Rock Hill teen crawled out of her bedroom window and ran for help, claiming two masked gunmen broke into her home, pistol-whipped her father and got away with cash and a cellphone.

The men yelled, “Give it up,” as they pointed guns at the victim and demanded money, according to an arrest warrant. The 41-year-old victim said he knew the suspects by their voices and identified them for police.

Police were able to immediately arrest Rameisha Reid, 22, at his Robinson Street home and charged him with armed robbery, possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime, first-degree burglary and criminal conspiracy.

Warrants were issued for the second suspect, identified as Dennis "Big Mac" Davis.

Davis was arrested Aug. 1 by the Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department, and officials there called Rock Hill Police.

He was eventually extradited to the York County and booked at the Moss Justice Center. Rock Hill Police served warrants on Thursday, charging Davis with criminal conspiracy, possession of a firearm during a crime of violence, burglary and armed robbery.

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