Greenville police release names and mug shots for arrests in connection with weekend protests

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GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) – Greenville police said Monday that a total of 15 people were arrested during weekend protests downtown.

Four of those arrests were made on Saturday.

The suspects and charges are as follows:

Reynard Gregory- Unlawful weapon x 2 and Unlawful Carry of a firearm.

Kate Barber- Interfering With Police

Alexander Turner- Disorderly Conduct

Ashley Cole- Assault and Battery 3rd

According to police incident reports, Gregory, who is from Orangeburg, was openly carrying a pistol in a green holster under his arm. Police said Gregory also had brass knuckles in his pocket and a can of OC spray was also in his firearm holster. Police noted that Gregory does have a CWP but his firearm was not properly concealed.

Barber, from Simpsonville, is accused of grabbing and holding onto an officer after being warned not to touch officers in the middle of field force duties.

An incident reports states that Turner, from Mauldin, was arrested after an officer working in an undercover capacity observed the 20-year-old acting in a disorderly manner.

Police said Cole, from Simpsonville, is accused of throwing water on an officer during the protest.

SUNDAY ARRESTS

A spokesperson said that in addition to the 4 arrests made on Saturday, there were 11 arrests on Sunday and one person was also issued a citation.

The suspects and charges are as follows:

Payton Lomax, 22, is charged with assault and battery third after he was accused of striking another person in the face.

Isabella Todisco, 21, is charged with disorderly conduct.

Cray Taylor Kagan of Clayton, GA was ticketed for pedestrian on roadway and interfering with police officer. (just tickets issued, no mug shot)

Justin Bennett, 27, is charged with malicious damage after police said they saw him spray painting an ATM along Main Street.

Jonathan Landon, 19, was charged with disorderly conduct.

Lamont Coles, 24, is charged with disorderly conduct.

Malesa Curtis is charged with disorderly conduct.

William Chambers, 19, is charged with pedestrian in roadway and interfering. He is accused of not dispersing when police ordered a crowd to disperse.

Michael Harrison, 19, is charged with nuisance conduct. Police said Harrison is accused of attempting to assault a female protester and instigating an altercation with multiple people.

Jose Pliego, 30, was charged with pedestrian in roadway and interfering with police officers.

Adam Peck, 31, was charged with pedestrian in roadway and interfering with police officers.

Dylan Kemp, 26, was issued a handwritten ticket for nuisance conduct.

Law enforcement said the rallies were peaceful and the commotion Sunday was caused by other parties not connected to the rally’s organizers.

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