WALHALL — The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office arrested a Townville man on outstanding warrants, including one that dates back to October 2012.
James Clayton Webb, 46, of 401 Cedar Grove Road, was being held at the Detention Center on a combined surety bond of $76,092.50.
Deputies responded June 2 to an address on Doma Cantrell Drive in Salem in regard to a verbal dispute between Webb and a female.
Deputies were advised by dispatch that Webb had outstanding warrants.
One of the outstanding warrants charges Webb with third-degree assault and battery stemming from an incident on Oct. 17, 2012, in which Webb is accused of assaulting a female at Oconee Medical Center.
According to the warrant, he pulled her jacket over her head, forcing an IV needle from her arm through which she was receiving medication.
The assault occurred in the labor and delivery ward of the Oconee Medical Center, according to the incident report.
Webb also had outstanding warrants for first-degree burglary and criminal domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature from a March 18 incident that occurred at an address on Burriss Road in Fair Play. This incident involved the same female that was assaulted on Oct. 17, 2012.
According to warrants, Webb entered a home on Burriss Road without permission while armed with a knife. He was accused of striking a woman repeatedly and threatening to kill her. He reportedly used the knife to cut the woman’s shirt all the way up the front.
Webb also had an outstanding municipal bench warrant from the city of Seneca.