HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) An Horry County man was booked into J. Reuben Long Detention Center Monday facing multiple charges in connection to two separate incidents occurring in January.
On Jan. 24, officers responded to reported a home invasion on Jones Road in the Longs section of Horry County. The victim told officers in an incident report obtained by WMBF News that three black males in black hoods entered his home through the front door and fired one round.
The suspects yelled for him to come out of his room and threatened to start shooting through his bedroom door, he stated. The victim said he came out of his bedroom and the suspects forced him to lie down on the kitchen floor when one of the suspects held a gun to his head while the other two took his television, wallet and cell phone.
The victim said the suspects fled on foot and he followed them in his car when he saw them get into a 2000 Chevy Malibu. The suspects then began firing at his vehicle as he followed them.
Tiennd Rashod Bellamy, 24, was arrested Monday in connection with this home invasion, but also faces charged in connection with a domestic incident that occurred only two days later.
Officers responded to a home on Jefferson Road in Longs on Jan. 26 in reference to a possible shooting where the victim said her ex-boyfriend had shot at her vehicle.
The victim stated in an incident report that the victim's ex-boyfriend, identified as Bellamy, had been harassing her since she had informed him of her decision to end their relationship and move out of the home they shared together for over a year.
The victim added that Bellamy had visited the homes of her family members trying to find her and sending her a large volume of text messages.
The report states that Bellamy and the victim had argued over a car that the victim had purchased when they were not together, and Bellamy had taken the car when the victim was sleeping. The victim said she was able to find the vehicle via a tracking device, and was able to take back possession of the vehicle.
Later in the day, the victim was visiting friends when Bellamy approached the home where the victim was. The victim said she immediately went inside and called police. The victim recalled watching Bellamy walk over to her vehicle and fire five or six shots into the hood, mirrors and door panels.
Responding officers found several spent 9 millimeter casings around the victim's car, but Bellamy had left the scene. The report states that the victim's car was not drivable after the incident.
Bellamy was booked at J. Reuben Long Detention Center Monday morning where he faces charges for Armed Robbery, Burglary 1st Degree, Possession of a Weapon During Violent Crime, Attempted Murder, Assault / Assault & Battery 1st Degree, Kidnapping, Malicious Damage to Real Property Value Over $1000 but less than $5000, and Criminal Domestic Violence High and Aggravated Nature in connection with these two incidents. Bond has not yet been set.