A suspect led Fort Mill police on a foot chase through Kingsley on Monday night before being arrested for violating an order of protection on his ex-girlfriend by coming to LPL Financial, authorities said.
Devin Christopher Brewer, 26, ran along Textile Way on Monday when officers said he was being arrested. He was captured after a brief foot chase, a police report says.
Brewer was charged with violation of court order of protection, resisting arrest, giving false info, and being a fugitive of justice. He is being held in the York County Detention Center.
The suspect was wearing a white T-shirt and red basketball shorts around 6:30 p.m. Monday when he first came to LPL and told them he was “picking up friends,” a police report said. Brewer identified himself as “Fenchie Ratliff,” but LPL Security got suspicious and told Fort Mill police that the company wanted the man given a trespass warning.
Officers later realized the man was Brewer, who was continuously trespassing and violating an order of protection on his ex-girlfriend, a report says. They tracked him down on Textile Way, where he was walking. Officers chased him and arrested him.
Brewer has a long history of arrests in the Charlotte area for charges that include breaking and entering, communicating threats, injury to personal property, assault on a female, failure to appear and vandalism of personal property. He has a listed address in Charlotte.
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