Sheriff announces arrest for accessary after the fact - connected to Gabbiee Swainson
RICHLAND COUNTY, SC - Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott announced today new developments in the continued effort to determine what happened to Gabbiee Swainson.
Sheriff Leon Lott stated that on June 18, 2013 Gabbiee’s cell phone was recovered behind a Piggly Wiggly Grocery Store in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina by a delivery driver. The Sheriff stated that Dominique Grant placed the phone there with the sole purpose of planting evidence to throw off the investigation. The Sheriff added that both Freddie Grant and Dominique Grant have information on what specifically happened to Gabbiee and are working together to destroy evidence and thwart the investigation. During Freddie Grant’s trial Dominique was chastised by the federal court for lying about the investigation and her efforts to harm the investigation.
Sheriff Leon Lott stated that the investigation into the cell phone determined that Dominique Grant was in Myrtle Beach days before the phone was recovered; investigators have determined that Dominique Grant was specifically in the area where the phone was found and that she and Freddie Grant are working together to hide what happened to Gabbiee on August 18, 2012.
Sheriff Leon Lott stated that the Richland County Sheriff’s Department will not stop until Gabbiee is found.
If you, or someone you know, have any information regarding any crime, you are encouraged to contact Crimestoppers. You could earn a reward up to $1,000.
Anonymous tips can be submitted to Crimestoppers at 1-888-CRIME-SC. Texters can send anonymous tips to CRIMES (274637), and mark the beginning of the message with "TIPSC". Text STOP to 274637 to cancel. Text HELP to 274637 for help. Msg&Data Rates May Apply.
DO NOT attempt to approach, detain, follow or arrest any individual based on this web site's information. As information becomes dated it may become less accurate. Because some wanted persons are being sought for crimes of violence, or are known to be armed, all wanted persons should be considered dangerous. If you have information regarding the identity or whereabouts of any wanted person immediately contact Crime Stoppers or notify your local law enforcement agency.Site Design & Maintenance:
© Copyright Midlands Crimestoppers. All Rights Reserved.