A Rock Hill man wanted on a criminal domestic violence charge was arrested Thursday after police say he made an improper turn, according to a police report.
Horace McKnight, 34, had been accused in June of threatening his ex-girlfriend, the report said. The girlfriend told police that she had changed her phone number because of previous harassment from McKnight. McKnight then called a friend of the ex-girlfriend and threatened her, according to the report. McKnight said he would go to the ex-girlfriend’s apartment, “kick the door down and beat her down,” the report states.
At about 2 p.m. Thursday, a car driven by McKnight turned onto State Street from Saluda Street in Rock Hill, according to a report. McKnight had no indentification but a records check determined his identity and the previous June charge of first-offense criminal domestic violence. McKnight also had a suspended license, according to the incident report.
A search of McKnight also founded .54 grams of marijuana. McKnight was charged with possession of marijuana and with being a habitual traffic offender, according to the report.
He is being held at the Rock Hill jail on a $30,000 bond.