The following are recent arrests made by the Chesterfield County Sheriff’s Office. According to booking reports:
• Rebecca Leigh Edwards, 36, of 5331 Steen Road, Jefferson, was arrested for misuse of 911.
• Victor Burl Haithcock Jr., 27, of 1405 Central Pointe Park, Darlington, was arrested on charges of grand larceny, possession of burglary tools and malicious injury to personal property.
• Johnny Alan Carter, 42, of 467 Rogers Road, Darlington, was arrested on charges of grand larceny.
• Margaret Kirven Carter, 44, of 467 Rogers Road, was arrested on charges of grand larceny.
• Shawn Alimo, 23, of 2006 Chimmneywood Trail, Indian Trail, N.C., was arrested for simple possession of drug/narcotics and for drug paraphernalia.
• Gary Wright Hunter, 33, of 900 Summit Walk Drive Apt. 203, Charlotte, N.C., was arrested for driving under suspension.
• Roger Dale Warren, 61, of 3618 Alligator Road, Florence, was arrested for driving under suspension 2nd offense.
• David Allen Linton, 43, of 8130 Runaway Bay Drive Apt. C, Charlotte, N.C., was arrested for driving under suspension and open container.
• Jason Laval Dobie, 27, of 2460 Little Lynches Road, Bethune, was arrested for alcohol violation, improper tag and driving under suspension.
• Selinda A. McDowell, 45, of 920 Sillth St., McBee, was arrested on charges of simple assault and criminal domestic violence.
• Steven Thomas Poston Jr., 32, of 252 Plumtree Lane, Jefferson, was arrested for simple assault.
• Jennifer Lynn Bullard, 29, of 252 Plumtree Lane, Jefferson, was arrested on drug/narcotic violations and simple possession.
• Taylor Daniel Broome, 21, of 84 Snyder Kirkley Rd, Pageland, was arrested for driving under the influence.
• Luis Barias Betancourt, 40, of 1524 Tin Lane, Lancaster, was arrested for not having a South Carolina driver’s license and for giving false information to a police officer.
Arrest reports published in the Cheraw Chronicle are copied from local law enforcement records. Reports include both arrests and criminal summons such as citations. The Chronicle lists them all as arrests. People charged are presumed innocent until determined to be guilty by a court of law.