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Sumter suspect shows victim damage to property in home over video call

BY SHELBIE GOULDING
shelbie@theitem.com
Posted 7/2/20

The Sumter County Sheriff's Office provided the following information about three different arrests on June 27 and June 29.

JUNE 27

The following subject was arrested on June 27, pursuant to a warrant issued on May 29.

Aaron Shamont …

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Sumter suspect shows victim damage to property in home over video call

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The Sumter County Sheriff's Office provided the following information about three different arrests on June 27 and June 29.

JUNE 27

The following subject was arrested on June 27, pursuant to a warrant issued on May 29.

Aaron Shamont Robinson, 25, of Highland Avenue, was charged with second-degree burglary, said Deputy Adrienne Sarvis, public information officer for the sheriff's office.

A warrant claims Robinson entered a victim's residence on Dew Street without consent on May 18. Once inside, the suspect contacted the victim via video call showing he was damaging property inside the house, causing approximately $1,200 in damage.

The following subject was arrested on June 27, pursuant to a warrant issued on June 26.

Brandon Miles Ardis, 35, of Perry Boulevard, was charged with second-degree domestic violence, Sarvis said.

A warrant claims Ardis jumped on a victim's vehicle on Brogdon Circle, shattered the windshield by punching it and struck the victim multiple times on June 25. The suspect also attempted to suffocate the victim, who was later treated at an area hospital after the incident.

JUNE 29

The following subject was arrested on June 29, pursuant to warrants issued on June 26.

Alyssa Samone Harris, 21, of Wescott Road in Columbia, was charged with two counts of malicious injury to property at a value of $2,000 or less and first-degree assault and battery, Sarvis said.

Warrants claim Harris damaged a victim's vehicle, residence and items while on Bronco Road on June 23. The suspect also presented a knife and threatened to stab the victim while on Apollo Street that same day and later forced her way into the victim's residence and bit him on the chest.