An Abbeville man is facing multiple charges from Laurens and Abbeville Counties following activities this past Monday in the Isle of Pines area of Waterloo.
36-year-old Michael Corey Alewine of 100 Huff Street, Abbeville was being held in the Laurens County Detention Centerthis morning.
He’s charged with threatening to inflict bodily harm to a Laurens County Deputy Sheriff and his family during the incident Monday on Riverfork Road at Isle of Pines Road,Waterloo. He was also accused of assaulting the deputy by spitting in his face and with resisting arrest during the altercation. Alewine was also accused of breaking into a vehicle at 600 Riverfork Road
$25,000 bonds have been set for both the charge of threatening a Public Official and the Resisting Arrest charge. A $10,000 bond was set for a Larceny charge regarding the vehicle break-in. bonds of $650 and $265 were set on charges of Assault and Battery 3rd and Disorderly Conduct from Monday’s incident.
Jail records also noted that Michael C. Alewine has a sentence of 150 days for a Contempt of Court citation from Judge Paul Dean Lyles.
Earlier today, he was still awaiting arraignment on another charge of First Degree Burglary. Deputy Michael Polson states that Mr. Alewine entered a dwelling at 566 Riverfork Road in the night-time Monday to commit a crime.
Alewine was also being held for Abbeville County, on another Threatening a Public Official charge, which accuses him of delivering several telephone messages to an Abbeville County Deputy, also on Monday, threatening serious bodily injury.