Three teens charged with trespassing
The Daily Reflector
Saturday, August 12, 2017
The Greenville Police Department’s Gang Unit arrested three teenagers on charges of trespassing after they saw them hanging out near the Pitt Street Mini Mart on South Pitt Street.
Gang Unit officers stopped to talk to a group of three indivduals that was trespassing on the property at 1701 S. Pitt St. about 3 p.m., according to Kirsten Hunter of the Greenville Police Department.
“When officers got out of the car, one of the individuals ran,” Hunter wrote in an email. “The suspect ran down Pitt Street, hopped a fence and was taken into custody near McClellan Street in a field close to the railroad tracks.”
The suspect, 16-year-old Zayquan Harvey, of 1318 Hooker Road, was charged with probation violation, second-degree trespassing and resist, delay or obstruct an officer. Harvey is a convicted felon who was on probation and had cut off his electronic monitoring bracelet, Hunter said. His bond was set at $103,000 secured.
Harvey was convicted of larceny of a motor vehicle and larceny on June 8, according to records.
The other two individuals did not run, and police found marijuana on them, according to Hunter.
Police charged Eric Timetrius Hoptkins, 16, of 4121 Kitrell Farms Drive, and Raeshawn Lamont Reid, 16, of 2104 E. Third St., with possession with intent to sell and deliver marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and second-degree trespassing.