Last updated: December 04. 2013 1:51PM
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The following arrests were recently made by the Chesterfield County Sheriff’s Office:


• Nelson David Terry, 50, of 5467 Hwy 151, Jefferson, was arrested for misuse of 911.


• Glenn Edward Coker, 66, of 96 Chatham Drive, Cheraw, was arrested for disorderly conduct.


• Kathy Jo Donahue, 41, of 304 Scotch Road, Chesterfield, was arrested for assault and battery.


• Rhonda Atkinson Mills, 41, of 512 West Sutton St., Pageland, was arrested for drunkenness and weapon law violations.


• Shannon Elaine Coppala, 33, of 1852 Guess Road, Pageland, was arrested for disorderly conduct.


• Keelan Antoine Johnson, 24, of 118 Magnolia Lane, Cheraw, was arrested for criminal domestic violence.


• Cacedric Eugene Funderburk, 24, of 4240 Dagg St., Wallace, was arrested for driving under suspension/speeding.


• Kacie Jo Taylor, 33, of 1363 Lowe Road, Cheraw, was arrested for simple assault third degree.


• Jeannie Marie Byrd, 41, of 2930 Airport Road, Pageland, was arrested for assault and battery third degree.


• Joshua Dominique Ellerbe, 23, of 2 Chapman St., Cheraw, was arrested for public drunk.


• Jaquel Rashawn McDonald, 20, of 315 N. Bear Swamp Road, Lake View, S.C., was arrested for driving under suspension/speeding.


• Lenzo McManus, 57, of 615 Covington Road, Cheraw, was arrested for trespass of real property and pedestrian drunk.


• Christopher K. Wilson, 31, of 508 Farmers Road, Cheraw, was arrested for criminal domestic violence.


• Cotty Truesdale Watkins, 22, of 458 Philadelphia Church Road, Pageland, was arrested for driving under suspension/speeding.


• Sean Michael Wright, 26, of 637 11th St., McBee, was arrested for public drunk.


• Ashley Victoria Howard, 23, of 282 Evergreen Road, Cheraw, was arrested for assault and battery third degree.


Arrest reports published in the Cheraw Chronicle are copied from local law enforcement records. Reports include both arrest and criminal summons such as citations. The Chronicle lists them all as arrests. People charged are presumed innocent until determined to be guilty in a court of law.

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