Kershaw County deputies nab two suspects in police chase
Mon, 13 Feb 2012 19:39:31 GMT —
Lugoff, SC (WACH)- A police chase in Lugoff lands two Camden men in jail.
Around 11:15 a.m. Monday, Kershaw County Sheriffâ??s deputies arrested Marcus Antwon Greene,24, and Davon Jermaine Mickle,26, both of Camden. Kershaw County Sheriff Jim Mattews says both men have extensive criminal records.
A Kershaw County Sheriffâ??s investigator responded to a call of a fight in progress at a Youngâ??s store on US-1 in Lugoff after all uniformed patrol officers were tied up on other calls. A description of the suspectsâ?? vehicle was transmitted by 911 dispatch and the investigator spotted the suspect vehicle on US-1 between Lugoff and Elgin. The investigator began pursuing the vehicle as it went through several neighborhoods, running cars off the road. The pursuit ended when Greene ran his vehicle into a ditch. Both Greene and Mickle fled the scene on foot.
A deputy pursued Greene on foot and was able to arrest him as he was attempting to break into the back door of a home on Rabon Circle in Elgin. In the meantime, Mickle who had fled the scene attempted to hide behind a storage building behind a home on Hickory Lane in Lugoff, only to be spotted by the homeowner who called 911. Deputies who were nearby were able to apprehend Mickle.
The Kershaw County Sheriffâ??s Office had three bench warrants outstanding on Greene who has an extensive arrest record to include arrests for aggravated assault, resisting arrest, numerous narcotics violations, weapons violations, possession of stolen firearms, giving false information, DUS (3rd), driving without a license, traffic violations, lynching, assault with intent to kill, criminal domestic violence, burglary, kidnapping and armed robbery with a deadly weapon. He will now face charges of failure to stop for a blue light, DUS (4th), resisting arrest and simple possession of marijuana.
Mickle will be charged with breach of peace and resisting arrest. He has previous arrests for multiple narcotics violations, traffic offenses, hit and run, driving without a license, resisting arrest, unlawful carrying of a weapon, public disorderly conduct, violation of probation, DUI and DUS.