Lexington County Sheriff’s deputies work domestic violence incident – arrest made

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A Lexington man has been charged after a seven-hour standoff with deputies Saturday morning at a home on Farming Creek Way.

Jonathan Johnson, 24, is charged with first degree domestic violence after he used force while attempting to have intercourse with his live-in girlfriend, according to an arrest warrant. Johnson also produced a firearm and threatened to harm himself during the incident, according the warrant.

“Based on information detectives gathered at the scene, the victim pleaded with Johnson until she was able to get out of the house and seek help,” Lexington County Sheriff Jay Koon said.

Deputies responded to the house about 2:30 Saturday morning, according to Koon. Johnson came out of the house and was placed under arrest about 9:30.

He’s being held at the Lexington County Detention Center while he awaits a bond hearing scheduled for Sunday.

Initial report:

Lexington County Sheriff’s deputies have responded to a domestic incident in the 200 block of Farming Creek Way. The male involved is refusing to exit the house. Deputies have made contact with him and continue to speak with him as part of our ongoing investigation.

Those who live in Farming Creek can enter/exit subdivision; however, there is restricted access to the immediate area around the incident location in the 200 block of Farming Creek Way.
The initial call came in at 2:27 Saturday morning. No injuries have been reported.

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