Police apprehended a Rock Hill man on marijuana and driving under suspension charges and later discovered he was involved in a criminal domestic violence incident one week earlier, according to York County Sheriff and Rock Hill police reports.
On Sept. 5, York County Sheriff’s Office authorities were called to Shenandoah Circle for a criminal domestic violence charge. The victim stated that David Mobley, 47, came home that morning and punched her in the face during an altercation.
Mobley then took the victim’s cell phone and got in his vehicle to leave, a sheriff’s report states. The victim got in the vehicle with him, but Mobley stopped the car and pushed her out into a ditch, the report states. Despite the accusations, the woman did not want to press charges.
On Friday, Rock Hill Police stated Mobley was seen driving from the Shrimp Boat on South Heckle Blvd with a broken headlamp on his white Lincoln. A traffic stop turned into an arrest after police discovered he was driving without a license and in possession of 2.90 grams of marijuana, a Rock Hill Police report states.
Mobley was charged with driving under suspension, third offense and possession of marijuana, first offense. He is held at the Rock Hill jail on a $1,500 bond.