Elgin, SC (WLTX) -- Freddie Grant's run-ins with the law in Elgin date back to 2005, ranging from driving issues and failing to pay child support, to criminal domestic violence and assault and battery.
Grant, 52, is charged with kidnapping missing Columbia teen Gabbiee Swainson.
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His assault charge came in July 2006. According to an Elgin police report, Grant picked up a PVC pipe and hit a 32-year-old woman. She ran to a neighbor to call for help but later refused to press charges and the case was dropped.
Later in 2011 come incidents involving 28-year-old Adriana Laster, the missing woman last seen with Grant.
A March report from that year says officers found Laster crying as she lay on the ground. It said Grant "grabbed her by the hair and slammed her face into the side of his mother's house and drug her to the car."
The report says they fought on the way home from with Grant "pouring some sort of fuel on her" in the car.
It went on the say Grant slammed Laster's head into a brick wall. Police found and photographed various cuts, bruises and other injuries on her body.
According to the report Laster refused medical treatment at first, but later told police she was three months pregnant and consented.
Police were unable to find Grant that night and another criminal domestic violence report was filed the following day with Laster telling police Grant assaulted her again for reporting him to law enforcement. Police found her that day bleeding from the head.
Grant later turned himself in and could have faced a tougher charge, but the Elgin Police Department says Laster had to be subpoenaed to testify against him.
The Elgin Police department also had an informational report of a domestic disturbance.
In it they were notified of a possible kidnapping with Grant knocking Laster unconscious and taking her from Elgin to Lexington County.
Laster told police Grant assaulted her and fled when witnesses stopped to help.
Laster was later reported missing by her family in September 2011.