Summerville Police took out felony warrants against a Chattooga County woman who was accused of coming to a residence on Elm Street earlier this month and threatening another woman. Police say that after reviewing video surveillance from the complainant’s house, they had evidence to show that thirty-six-year-old Kami Len Stokes had done damage to the house on Elm Street and to a vehicle that was parked at the residence.
Police were first called by the complainant on February 7th. At that time they arrested Ms. Stokes at Ingles parking lot and charged her with disorderly conduct and loitering and prowling. Those charges were subsequently thrown out of municipal court, according to a police report released this week.
On February 15th, the complainant called police back to the residence after she became aware that Stokes had allegedly been “bragging about damaging” the complainant’s house and vehicle. The complainant said that she then looked at the video surveillance and notified police. Officers reviewed the video footage and determined that Stokes had damaged a screen and the siding on the house along with a 2014 Jeep Cherokee with what “appeared to be rake”.
Damage to the vehicle was estimated $2,773.
According to arrest reports, Stokes was taken into custody and charged with criminal damage to property on Monday of this week.