These arrests were reported this past week by Greenwood-area law enforcement agencies. The information presented is provided via daily intake logs from the Greenwood County Detention Center and reports written by the arresting agencies’ officers. Those listed who have their charges dropped or are found not guilty can provide official documentation of the action to the Index-Journal for publication of the case’s outcome.

Every defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.

Crime stories and daily bookings reports can be found at indexjournal.com

MONDAY

Mattie Lee Baker, 71, of 1548 Parkway, Greenwood was arrested Nov. 3 by Greenwood County deputies and charged with aggravated breach of peace. On Nov. 3, Greenwood County deputies went to a Parkway apartment complex where a woman was screaming at someone outside the apartments while brandishing a knife.

Reginald Tywan Bland, 38, of 211 Melody Lane, Greenwood was arrested Nov. 1 by Greenwood County deputies and charged with assault with intent to commit criminal sexual conduct. On Oct. 11, deputies met with a woman at the Li’l Cricket on Reynolds Avenue and she told them a man had pointed a gun at her and forcibly touched her inappropriately.

Jamie Andrew Dobbins, 31, of 907 Brown Town Road, Troy was arrested Nov. 1 by Ninety Six police and charged with high and aggravated assault and battery; distribution of a controlled substance within proximity of a school; distribution of methamphetamine; driving under suspension, second offense; possession of 28 grams or less of marijuana or 10 grams or less of hashish, first offense; false information to police officer; grand larceny, more than $2,000, less than $5,000; petit larceny; possession of stolen vehicle greater than $5,000; resisting arrest with assault on officer; resisting arrest with a deadly weapon, first offense; unlawful carrying of pistol; and unlawful use of tag. An arrest report for Dobbins was not immediately made available.

Deborah Jean Jones, 53, of 107 Mount Nebo Church Road, Honea Path was arrested Nov. 2 by Greenwood County deputies and charged with financial transaction card fraud. An arrest report for Jones was not immediately made available.

TUESDAY

Carsee Marques Gartrell, 26, of 235 Florida Ave., Greenwood was arrested by Greenwood County deputies Nov. 4 and charged with simple possession of marijuana, trafficking illegal drugs and unlawful carrying of a pistol. On Nov. 4, a deputy recognized the passenger of a passing vehicle as having active warrants, and during a traffic stop officers searched the vehicle and its occupants, finding about 31 grams of what was identified as heroin, about 27 grams of what appeared to be marijuana, more than $1,200 in cash, thee sets of digital scales, sandwich baggies and a gun.

Craig Alonzo Hawes, 19, of 1508 Rockhouse Road, Greenwood was arrested Nov. 4 by Greenwood County deputies and charged with trafficking illegal drugs, unlawful carrying of a pistol, simple possession of marijuana and driving under suspension, first offense. On Nov. 4, a deputy recognized the passenger of a passing vehicle as having active warrants, and during a traffic stop officers searched the vehicle and its occupants, finding about 31 grams of what was identified as heroin, about 27 grams of what appeared to be marijuana, more than $1,200 in cash, thee sets of digital scales, sandwich baggies and a gun.

Austin Lane Price, 19, of 163 Meadowview Lane, Troy was arrested Nov. 4 by Greenwood County deputies and charged with simple possession of marijuana, trafficking illegal drugs and unlawful carrying of a pistol. On Nov. 4, a deputy recognized the passenger of a passing vehicle as having active warrants, and during a traffic stop officers searched the vehicle and its occupants, finding about 31 grams of what was identified as heroin, about 27 grams of what appeared to be marijuana, more than $1,200 in cash, thee sets of digital scales, sandwich baggies and a gun.

WEDNESDAY

Stephanie Cherrelle Keller, 32, of 35 W. Main St., Ware Shoals was arrested Wednesday by Ware Shoals police and charged with high and aggravated domestic violence. An arrest report for Keller was not immediately made available.

Daqwantae Lamont Nicholson, 24, of 1006 Reynolds Ave., Greenwood was arrested Tuesday by Greenwood police and charged with distribution of a controlled substance, obstructing justice and unlawful conduct toward a child. During an investigation into drug purchases Tuesday, officers went to a Reynolds Avenue residence and found a man who appeared to be reaching into a toilet bowl and also found a plastic bag with a wet, blue residue in the bathroom. A search of the residence found $1,735 in cash in the man’s pocket, along with marijuana on a dresser, a bag with two blue pills on the ground and a set of digital scales.

THURSDAY and FRIDAY

Because of upgrades to the jail’s records management system, Thursday and Friday’s jail intake logs were both sent Friday morning.

Baron Keith Frazier, 55, address unavailable was arrested Thursday by Greenwood police and charged with possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance. An arrest report for Frazier was not immediately made available.

Keith Vernon Jackson, 52, address unavailable was arrested Thursday by Greenwood police and charged with first-degree burglary, public drunk and possession of a firearm during the commission of a violent crime. An arrest report for Frazier was not immediately made available.

Zack Dempsey Smith, 34, of 213 Hampton Ave., Greenwood was arrested Thursday by Greenwood County deputies and charged with high and aggravated domestic violence. On Thursday, deputies spoke with a woman who said a man had taken her purse, then threatened her with a knife before pointing a gun at her when she tried to get the purse back. The man gave police conflicting stories about what happened.

Janet Jackson Smothers, 45, of 9760 Duncan Bridge Road, Cleveland, Georgia was arrested Thursday by Ware Shoals police and charged with financial exploitation of a vulnerable adult. On June 22, a woman went to Ware Shoals police to report that she became the power of attorney for a man and learned the former power of attorney had taken money from the man since November 2018. The total of the questionable outflow of money was more than $154,000.