BCSO: 2 detained after man barricaded in home surrenders
Frank Jabbar Holmes is arrested by Beaufort County sherrif's deputies.
Frank Jabbar Holmes (Source: BCSO)
BURTON, SC (WTOC) -
A man who barricaded himself inside his Shanklin Road home early Friday morning has been peacefully taken into custody, according to the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office.
Deputies responded at about 5:10 a.m. to a conduct a health and welfare check after a 911 hang-up call received from Lot #37 at Laurel Village mobile home park. Deputies heard sounds of distress coming from inside the home and saw a man standing at the door.
As deputies approached, the man slammed the door and refused to make contact with deputies, according to the BCSO. No one inside the mobile home answered repeated attempts from deputies to make contact. Members of the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office SWAT Team and Hostage Negotiations Team responded.
Contact was eventually made with the man by phone. He agreed to come out and meet with deputies. Frank Jabbar Holmes, 28, voluntarily exited the home and was detained without incident, according to the BCSO. His girlfriend, 26-year-old Indirah Washington and her children who are ages 3 months, 1 year and 9 years old were inside the home. Washington had suffered a minor facial injury from being assaulted by Holmes, according to the sheriff's office. The children were uninjured.
A search warrant was obtained and executed at the home due to evidence of drug activity at the home, according to the sheriff's office.
Small quantities of crack cocaine, marijuana and various drug paraphernalia were found during the search, according to the ECSO. ere located and seized as a result of the search. Holmes has been charged with possession of crack cocaine, simple possession of marijuana and criminal domestic violence.
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Thursday, June 20 2013 12:05 AM EDT2013-06-20 04:05:47 GMT
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