Christopher Allen Spencer, 27, 246 Frank Hill Loop, Union, is charged by the Union County Sheriff’s office with criminal domestic violence while Christina Leigh Spencer, 30 also of 246 Frank Hill Loop, is charged by the sheriff’s office with assault and battery third-degree.
The incident report states Christina Spencer told the deputy dispatched Friday night to 133 Tanglewood Drive that she and her husband, Christopher Spencer, came home from eating and she and his grandmother got into an altercation. She said Christopher Spencer came into the room and kicked her in the ribs and hit her in the eye with his fist.
EMS transported Christina Spencer to Wallace Thomson Hospital for x-rays. The deputy got a written statement from her and took photos.
The report states neither Christopher Spencer nor his grandmother were at the Tanglewood residence when the deputy arrived. A supplemental report states when the deputy went to served the warrant on Christopher Spencer on Saturday he spoke with the grandmother who said she’d been assaulted by Christina Spencer. The report states the grandmother said she’d tried to break up the Spencers and it was then Christina Spencer started hitting her about the face and scratched her arm. In talking with the grandmother, the report states the deputy observed her face was scratched and the skin on her arm peeled back. Photos were taken of the victim and a warrrant for assault and battery third-degree signed for Christina Spencer.
Christopher Spencer and Christina Spencer were both taken into custody Saturday morning.
Assault And Battery
John David Gibson, 36, 125 Estes Road, Union, is charged by the sheriff’s office with assault and battery third-degree.
The incident report states deputies were dispatched to 123 Estes Road Sunday night in reference to a domestic dispute between a father and adult son. When the arrived, deputies were met by the victim who was bleeding from both arms. The victim said his son, Gibson, came to his home, pushed him against the walls of the kitchen and threatened to kill him. He said the incident began when Gibson came to his home looking for a phone charger. The victim said he told Gibson he was not responsible for his belongings.
It was at this point the victim said Gibson became irate and pushed him into the wall, causing him to fall to the floor. He said Gibson then dragged him across the floor and threw him into the wall on the opposite side of the room, causing him to hit a microwave cart. The victim said throughout the incident, Gibson yelled at and cussed him continuously. He said he was able to get away from Gibson, go out to the garage and call 911.
Gibson, the victim said, left and went back to his house at 125 Estest Road which is next to his home. Deputies located Gibson at his house and placed him under arrest.
Photos were taken of the injuries to the hands, arms and back of the victim who also gave a written statement.
Unlawful Carrying Of A Pistol, Unlawful Storage Of Alcohol
A Mauldin man ended up in jail Sunday after deputies allegedly found him in illegal possession of a large amount of alcohol and a pistol.
Jeffrey Hunter, 48, 1 Napa Court, Mauldin, is charged by the sheriff’s office with unlawful carrying of a pistol, operation without a permit and unlawful storage or possession of alcoholic liquors.
The incident report states deputies were observing a large crowd at 669 Tuckertown Road shortly after midnight Sunday. The front yard was full of parked cars and parked cars lined both sides of the road. The building appeared to be full and there was a large crowd standing out front, waiting to get in. The report states the crowd out front began to get extremely loud and boisterous and vulgar language could be heard from across the road.
As deputies approached the crowd, the report states they noticed several pull away tabs from wristbands on the front porch. The report states the deputies also heard the DJ on the speaker system telling everyone under 21 to get rid of their alcohol. Deputies entered the building at that point and people began running out the back door and exiting through the front.
The report states there was a strong smell of marijuana in the building and two bags of green leafy substance believed to be marijuana were found on the floor. A green and white wristband was also found on the floor and there were beer cans and liquor bottles throughout the building
Deputies located Jeffrey Hunter, the person the report describes as responsible for the building. Two rooms in the building were locked as was a refrigerator behind the bar. Hunter provided deputies with the keys and consented to a search.
The report states a case of Budweiser; a case of Bud Light; a case of Natural Light; a box containing 18 cans of Budweiser; six cans of Yuengling; and seven bottles of Corona were found in the refrigerator. In one of the locked rooms there were several bottles of liquor; a roll of green and white wristbands; $270; and a roll of admission tickets. On the bar, deputies found a red box containing poker chips. All these items were seized along with the marijuana and a 1.75 L of Seagram’s Gin; a 1.75 L of Seagram’s Vodka; a 1.75 L of E&J Brandy; 1.5 PT of Arbor Mist; and 750 ML of Cognac.
Hunter was arrested and charged with operation without a permit and unlawful storage or possession of alcoholic liquors. The report states Hunter also had a .22 caliber Taurus pistol containing a magazine with seven rounds in his right front pocket. The gun and Hunter’s concealed weapons permit were also seized and he was charged with unlawful carrying of a pistol.