An Anderson County sheriff’s deputy has been arrested and charged with criminal domestic violence (CDV) of a high and aggravated nature – the most serious CDV charge on the books.
Kevin McAlister, 36, of Liberty, S.C. is accused of “intentionally impeding the normal breathing or circulation of blood … by applying a chokehold to (his) victim.”
McAlister was armed with his service weapon at the time of the incident, which was captured on video.
Here’s the warrant for his arrest …
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(Via: S.C. State Law Enforcement Division)
CDV of a high and aggravated nature is a felony in South Carolina punishable by up to twenty years in prison.
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