These are the bookings recorded for the Doris C. Gravat Detention Center for Sept. 27-29. Some of the people listed may not have actually spent time in jail if they posted bond and were released. Although those listed have been arrested and charged, that does not mean they have been found guilty. All bookings may be viewed online by visiting www.aikenstandard.com and clicking on the “Crime” tab.


Tommy Cook — kidnapping, assault and battery third degree, criminal domestic violence second offense


Corey Hart — petit or simple larceny $2,000 or less


April Wise — assault and battery third degree


Rafial Harris — assault and battery third degree


Clint Taylor — breach of trust with fraudulent intent less than $1,000


Randy Arthurs — contempt of magistrates court


Michael Cross — malicious injury to animals or property $1,000 or less, assault and battery third degree, possession of drug paraphernalia bench warrant


Timothy Jackson — discharging a firearm into a dwelling, possession of a firearm during a violent crime, attempted murder


Shaun Steadman — hold per National Crime Information Center Teletype for Union County Sheriff’s Office


Joseph Anderson — hold for S.C. Department of Corrections max out date, contempt of magistrates court, failure to pay restitution


Charles Hopkins — contempt


Rico Sanders — hold for S.C. Department of Corrections max out date, resisting arrest/assault, malicious injury to animals or property $1,000 to $5,000


Marley Watts — disorderly conduct/gross intoxication


Ted Scott — disorderly conduct/gross intoxication


Anieta Francis — shoplifting $1,000 or less sentenced


Brian Walker — contempt of magistrates court


John Freeman Jr. — burglary second degree


Synquis Givens — assault and battery third degree, malicious injury to animals or property $1,000 or less


Aaron Doan — drugs prohibited acts (B)


Scotty Ivey — simple larceny $1,000 or less


Daisy Guzman — speeding, general


Lisa Collins — criminal domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature


Nicolette Clark — forgery less than $10,000 three counts, hold per National Crime Information Center for Lexington County Sheriff’s Department


Joshua Dooley — driving under suspension second offense, false information to police/fire


Kevin Gantt — driving under legal alcohol content


Matthew Evrard — driving under the influence


James Thomas Jr. — disorderly conduct/gross intoxication, driving under suspension first offense, hit-and-run with property damage, unsafe tires, driving under the influence


Bridget Phillips — assault and battery third degree, unlawful use of a telephone misdemeanor


Steve Breeland — driving under the influence second offense, driving under suspension fourth offense


Gwendolyn Smith — disorderly conduct/gross intoxication


Alvin Pixley — driving under the influence


Tommie Golding — trespassing after notice


Oscar Valdes — contempt three counts


Ricky Saxon — driving under suspension second offense


Jessica Young — assault and battery third degree


Dario Defelice — driving under the influence first offense


Heyward Moyer Jr. — open container of beer or wine, disorderly conduct/gross intoxication, drugs prohibited acts (B)


Doretha Merriweather — open container of liquor, driving under the influence first offense


James Fookes — driving under the influence first offense, hold per National Crime Information Center for North Charleston


Thomas Waddell — failure to pay as ordered family court bench warrant


Alex Orozco — shoplifting


Lonnie Ellis Jr. — disorderly conduct/gross intoxication, trespassing after notice, littering


Benjamin Lamar — assault and battery third degree


Clifford Lamar — family court failure to appear bench warrant, no proof of insurance bench warrant, no driver’s license bench warrant, no vehicle license bench warrant


Jamie Jones — disorderly conduct/gross intoxication, possession of a schedule IV controlled substance, burglary third degree first offense, petit or simple larceny $2,000 or less


Dion Cook Sr. — shoplifting $1,000 to $5,000


James Fleming — littering, trespassing after notice


Timothy Arbaugh — criminal domestic violence second offense