Three people are facing terroristic threats and weapons charges for their alleged part in stalking an Evans High School student and firing a handgun outside the teen’s home.
According to Columbia County sheriff’s records, Shawn Keith West, 19, and Robert Deontrae Daniel, 19, both of Valley Park Court in Augusta, and Munde Charnecia Bostic, 17, of Laurel Place in Martinez, were being held Friday at the Columbia County Detention Center on an array of charges that included discharging firearms, having weapons on school property, stalking and terroristic threats, in connection with an incident that began about 2:45 p.m. Wednesday at Evans High.
A sheriff’s report states that an 18-year-old Evans student was getting on a bus after school Wednesday when she spotted West and Daniel waiting outside. The girl suspected the two men were there for her 19-year-old brother, who had been having an ongoing dispute with West. The girl contacted her brother and told him to avoid the bus and find another way home.
When she arrived at her home on Dresden Drive, she observed West, Daniel and Bostic in a blue Honda Accord driving by slowly. She said the three returned later when she was standing in the driveway talking with her brother. The two told deputies they saw both West and Daniel with black handguns. They also said they saw West lean out of the passenger side window and fire a gunshot into the air.
On Thursday, deputies met with Bostic at Evans High School. Bostic confirmed the details of the story told by the victims, and warrants were issued for her arrest and for West and Daniel. Police also recovered a single 9-mm shell casing from Dresden Drive, the report said.
West and Daniel were still being held being held Monday at the detention center.
West had no bond set on several charges, and Daniel was being held on $19,500 in bonds. Bostic was freed Saturday on bonds totaling $18,500, according to jail records.