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Trenton Man Arrested for Hitting Little Girls with Rocks

web posted July 22, 2014

TRENTON A Briarwood Road woman called the Edgefield County Sheriff's Office Saturday night to report her brother injuring her two small girls, hitting them with rocks resulting in injuries to both. Frederick Lamont Culbreath, 32, of the same address, was arrested on the scene and transported to the Detention Center for booking on assault charges.

According to an incident report, the woman told the deputy that Culbreath, "got mad cause her kids wouldn't go in the house", and proceeded to where the girls were and pushed the 8-year-old to the ground and then a short time later picked up a rock and threw it at her. The rock struck the girl on her left ribcage causing a cut, redness and swelling.

The mother then confronted Culbreath telling him, "don't hit my kids again." That is when Culbreath is claimed to have picked up another rock and threw it at her 5-year-old daughter, striking her in the forehead and causing swelling and redness from the impact.

Upon the deputy viewing the injuries, photographing them, and taking statements, Culbreath was taken into custody.

Online Court Records show he was still being held on a $1,000 bond on a single count of assault and battery in the third degree. He has a court date of July 29 at 2 pm in Magistrate Court. The charge is a misdemeanor.

Several calls for a booking photo went unanswered Monday.

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