Dominique Grant (Image: Richland County Detention Center)
Columbia, SC (WLTX) - Bond was set Thursday night at $300,000 for Dominique Grant in the Gabbie Swainson case.
The 27-year-old is charged with accessory after the fact of a felony in connection with the teenager's disappearance.
Her father, 53-year-old Freddie Grant, is the chief suspect in the disappearance of Gabbiee Swainson.
Swainson has been missing since August of 2012. Sheriff Leon Lott has said repeatedly that he believes Freddie Grant took Swainson from her home last August. Investigators say Grant had been in a relationship with the girl's mother.
Deputies say Dominique Grant took Swainson's cell phone and placed it behind a Piggly Wiggly store in Myrtle Beach. A delivery truck driver found the phone back on June 18th.
Investigators say they determined that Dominique Grant was in Myrtle Beach days before the cell phone was recovered.
Sheriff Leon Lott believes Freddie and Dominique Grant have information on what happened to Swainson, and are working together to thwart the investigation.
Investigators say Swainson's DNA was found in Grant's home in Elgin. Grant has not yet gone on trial for charges connected to her disappearance.
Back in January, a federal jury found him guilty of being a felon in possession of ammunition. The charge came after Richland County deputies found a box of shotgun shells and a box of .38 caliber bullets at Grant's home last summer while searching for signs of Gabbiee Swainson. Previous Coverage: Freddie Grant Gets 17 Years on Ammo Charge