Deputies arrest off-duty Georgetown County Detention Center employee

Georgetown County News

Erica Livingston (Courtesy: Georgetown County Sheriff’s Office)

GEORGETOWN COUNTY, S.C. (WBTW) — Deputies arrested an off-duty Georgetown County Detention Center employee Tuesday, according to the Georgetown County Sheriff’s Office.

Erica Livingston, 41, allegedly called police to complain about an unwanted female at her home on Myrtle Road, according to the incident report. Deputies responded to the call and told her the woman was invited to the home by her boyfriend, so the woman couldn’t be removed from the home.

Deputies were later called to an address on Dogwood Street in Andrews after the victim reported Livingston followed her and blocked her in with her car and pointed a gun at her, according to the report.

Deputies went to Myrtle Road and spoke with Livingston’s boyfriend, who told them she did have a gun but had a concealed weapons permit, according to the report. Deputies said he didn’t cooperate and tried to change his story, but said he was also having issues with Livingston and was in the process of moving out.

Livingston was later arrested after deputies spotted her vehicle on Martin Luther King Drive in Andrews. She is held at the detention center awaiting a bond hearing.

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