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Mt. Croghan man allegedly threatens deputy

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By The Staff

A Mt. Croghan resident was arrested May 2 after threatening a Chesterfield County Sheriff’s deputy and spitting on him.
Jesse R. Brigman, 17, of Burch Street, was arrested after he allegedly threatened a neighbor with a shotgun, according to a Chesterfield County Sheriff’s Office report. The incident allegedly started when the neighbor gave Brigman’s puppies some milk.
When a deputy questioned Brigman about what happened, Brigman became belligerent, threatening to kill the deputy and attack the deputy’s wife and children.
When Brigman was placed in the back seat of a patrol car, he allegedly spit on the deputy.
Brigman was charged with:
◆ Assault and battery and given a $500 bond;
◆ Threatening the life of a person or family of a public employee and given a $5,000 bond;
◆ Resisting arrested and given a $2,000 bond
◆ Thowing bodily fluid and given at $5,000 bond.

In other incidents
◆ Jeus A. Hernandez, 35, of the 1200 block of Stacks Road, Pageland, was charged with property damage and having a canine at large for an April 27 incident.
According to a sheriff’s office report, one of Hernandez’ dogs got into a chicken coop and tore off the head of a Harold Brown Game chicken valued at $300.
The owner of the chicken fired a shotgun into the air to scare the dog.
The chicken owner estimated that the over the last month he has 20 chickens valued at $1,100 killed by a two neighboring dogs. 
◆ Daisy Mae Baucom, 53, of Raymond Deason Road in Pageland, was charged with breach of trust after a May 2 incident.
According to a sheriff’s office report, Baucom had worked for a chicken farmer, and had permission to take broken eggs, but not fertilized “double yolk” eggs.
Baucom allegedly tried to sell “double yolk” egss to a man living on Airport Road.
Baucom was released on a $1,000 personal recognizance bond.
◆ James S. Jackson, 28, of the 1500 block of Airport Road in Pageland, was charged with possession of Methylenedioxymethamphetamine, or as it commonly called Ecstasy, after a traffic stop for a defective headline on April 27. He was also charged with simple possession of marijuana and driving on a suspended license.
◆ Scott A. Williams, 22, of Patrick, was arrested on domestic violence and larceny charges on May 1 after he allegedly entered the residence of a former girlfriend by coming through a window.