A Fort Mill man faces an assault charge, according to a report from the York County Sheriffs Office.
Police charged David Lee Ross, 39, with assault and battery of a high and aggravated nature, according to a report from the sheriff's office. That report notes that Ross was booked at York County Detention Center on May 13.
A judge set bond at $5,000 for Ross.
A Tega Cay woman faces a domestic violence charge after police said she threw a shoe and food across a room before slapping her husband.
Police charged the Shoreline Drive resident with criminal domestic violence May 17 in connection with an alleged incident at her home, according to a report from the Tega Cay Police Department.
According to the report, the wife had been on vacation for about 10 days. After she returned home, her husband said he had to go run an errand. The report notes the wife immediately became upset, asked him where he was going and subsequently threw a shoe and some food before striking him with an open hand in front of one of the couple's children.
Two men were charged with trafficking cocaine at a Carowinds Boulevard gas station.
Ronnie Corey Perry, Jr., 37, of Kershaw, was in jail Monday on $25,000 bond after being charged with trafficking cocaine, according to a sheriff's office report after a York County Multijurisdictional Drug Enforcement
investigation. Drug agents say Perry was selling more than 20 grams of cocaine at the Petro Express on Carowinds Boulevard in Fort Mill, the report states. Perry has two prior drug-related convictions, according to the report.
Officers seized $800 and a cell phone from Perry, the report states.
Javier Nevy Trivino-Macias, 22, of Charlotte, is also in jail Monday on
$25,000 bond after being charged with trafficking cocaine, according to the
report. Macias is accused of trafficking more than 21 grams of the drug at
the same Petro Express, the report states.
Drug agents seized a 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse and a cell phone from Macias.
- The Herald
• Police reports of all felonies and any major misdemeanors are compiled weekly from local law enforcement agency records. Charges do not necessarily result in a conviction, and people who are arrested are innocent until proven guilty.