Police: Convicted Rock Hill felon pulled gun on girlfriend

03/31/2014 1:45 PM

04/01/2014 6:28 AM

A convicted Rock Hill felon with a history of violent charges has been accused of pointing a gun at his girlfriend during an argument, police say.

Police this weekend arrested Daeron Deville White, 31, after his live-in girlfriend, 20, reported that he kicked in the front door of her house, pulled out a gun and pointed it at her, according to a Rock Hill police report. White left the Booker Washington Street home, off Crawford Road, before police arrived.

A neighbor told police that she heard a loud bang next door and looked outside to see White yell at his girlfriend. Police found a cell phone in the grass. The woman told officers it belonged to White. She told police he wore a white and black jacket with a red shirt and white pants. She and White had been dating for four months and lived together for the past two.

Police issued warrants for White, charging him with criminal domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature and possession of a firearm by a person convicted of a violent crime. He is held at the Rock Hill jail on a $9,000 bond.

In December 2012, White was charged with first-degree criminal sexual conduct, burglary and possession of a weapon during a violent crime after a 32-year-old woman told police White, her ex-boyfriend, broke into her house and raped her. He allegedly threatened to kill her if she called police. White pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 90 days in jail. The woman also filed a restraining order against him, court records show.

His criminal history reflects a number of felonies, including possession of methadone or cocaine, assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature, unlawfully carrying a weapon, second-degree burglary and crack possession.

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