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York County deputies cited a Fort Mill man Saturday for allegedly punching and shattering the windshield of a DoorDash driver.

Kaleb Greenan, of Potter Place, was apparently upset at the delivery driver for traveling too fast through the Catawba Village neighborhood, according to a sheriff’s report.

While traveling on Council House Road, Greenan walked outside and yelled at the driver to “slow down.” The driver told deputies that he yelled back at the resident, and the man struck the rear windshield of his vehicle causing it to shatter, the report says.

Greenan claimed that the driver reacted to him yelling “slow down” by cursing and swerving the vehicle toward him while throwing water bottles at him.

“Kaleb stated that after that exchange, he punched the rear windshield of that vehicle which caused it to shatter,” a report says. “Kaleb reported that he knew what he did was wrong but feels that something should be done about the people that speed through the community.”

A deputy cited the man for malicious injury to property.

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Mac Banks
Mac Banks is a 21-year newspaper veteran, working mostly for the Rock Hill Herald/Fort Mill Times as well as the Aiken Standard and the Lancaster News. He has won more than 60 awards from the S.C. Press Association for his writing, photography, video skills. He was honored with the 2007 President’s Award from McClatchy Newspaper Corporation. He has authored and self-published a book, Faces of Hope: A Journey Inside an African Orphanage, as well as written stories about local, state and national sporting events. Mac is part of the OTS Sports Network, performing color commentary at high school football games for WRHI and their sister stations. In August 2019, he founded the Banks Media Group, LLC, starting the www.fortmillprepsports.com website to serve the Fort Mill Township covering local high school sports. Banks has a Master’s degree in Sports Management from Liberty University and Bachelor's degrees in Journalism and History from Winthrop University.