Orangeburg County

Sheriff’s Office

An Orangeburg man is accused of threatening to kill a teacher at his child’s school.

Antonio Rashawn Green, 26, of 203 Faglier Circle, is facing a count of threatening the life of a teacher and other charges.

An employee at Orangeburg’s OCAB Head Start center called law enforcement at 4:21 p.m. Oct. 10 to report that someone was kidnapping a child there, according to a sheriff’s office incident report.

An employee told deputies that Green entered the office and then removed his child.

The employee also claimed Green pushed her and a co-worker out of the way to retrieve his child.

A deputy then called the child’s mother. She told deputies that she was at work and that her child’s father picked up their child from the center, the report said.

The deputy then told her that the child’s father was not listed as a person who has permission to pick up their child. He advised the mother to add the father’s name to the list of people permitted to pick up the child.

She told the deputy that he’d picked up the child there before and didn’t have any trouble.

A deputy noted that once he was able to make contact with Green, he’d place him on no trespassing at the OCAB Head Start center, which is located on Joe Jeffords Highway.

As a result of this incident, Green is facing the charges of non-student interfering, disrupting or disturbing school and two counts of third-degree assault and battery.

An employee called deputies at 1:37 p.m. Oct. 24 to report that he’d seen Green at the OCAB Head Start center.

He told deputies that he approached Green and asked him why he was at the property when he was not supposed to be there.

He alleged Green became loud, used profanity and said, “I am going to kill someone here.”

The employee also noted that Green allegedly left a message on his phone, “I am going to kills someone.”

Several employees said they heard Green yelling and saying those phrases, the report states.

Deputies spoke with Green on the phone.

Green allegedly told deputies that he wasn’t aware that he was on trespass notice for the center, noting that he believed the child’s mother added him as an authorized person to pick up the child.

He told deputies that he’d picked up his child several times from the bus at the location.

He denied that he threatened to harm or kill anyone.

He cursed and became loud due to the “school’s actions of not giving him his child,” the incident report states.

In this incident, Green is facing the charges of non-student interfering, disrupting or disturbing school and threatening the life of a teacher.

In an unrelated incident, a woman called deputies at 1 a.m. Oct. 13 to a Faglier Circle address after Green allegedly picked her up and slammed her to the ground.

She claimed that she hit Green and that he began to beat her, an incident report states.

She ran from one bedroom to another in an attempt to hide from Green.

She alleged that Green ripped the door from the hinges in order to get to her and continue beating her.

She told deputies that their two children were asleep in the living room throughout the ordeal.

The woman had injuries on her left arm, right leg and lips, according to the report.

As a result of this incident, Green is facing the charge of second-degree domestic violence.

In other reports:

• A woman called deputies to her Corona Drive apartment at 8:49 p.m. Tuesday to report that a 20-year-old male neighbor tossed a table through the front window of her apartment and scratched the hood of her vehicle with some type of object, an incident report states.

She told deputies that the man was highly intoxicated and that she’d seem him walking on the grounds of the apartment complex consuming various alcoholic beverages.

She also alleged that he offered “to cause her harm by discharging a firearm at her residence,” the report states.

Deputies ultimately caught up with the man. He admitted to damaging the woman’s residence and vehicle, the report states.

He’s facing the charges of malicious injury to personal property and malicious injury to real property.

• At 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, a man called deputies to a worksite on Lathan Drive where someone stole his 1996 white Ford van and trailer.

He said each of the van’s back windows are painted black, except for one.

He noted he’d secured the van before he left it at 6 p.m. Monday.

His tools were also stolen, including a weed trimmer, an air compressor, plumbing equipment, electrical equipment, plumbing tools, skill saws, drills, nail guns and other items.

The value of the stolen van, trailer and tools is $31,500.

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