Mexican, possible illegal. Not sure what I think about his, yet.
Deputies say a Hendersonville man looking to remove his child from the custody of DSS backed his pickup truck through the front of the Henderson County Human Services building on Spartanburg Highway on Monday.
He left in handcuffs without his child.
Officers from the Henderson County Sheriff’s Office say that Jorge Bravo Perez, 30, of 47 Boulder Heights Lane, backed his 1995 GMC pickup truck through the front doors of the building around 5:45 p.m.
Officers were at Perez’s residence concerning a domestic dispute and learned he may be in route to the county Department of Social Services “attempting to gain entry and access” to his child, according to a news release issued Wednesday by the Sheriff’s Office.
“As officers were responding to this information, Bravo-Perez backed his vehicle through the front doors of the health department building which is connected with DSS. Officers immediately arrived and took him into custody,” according to the release.
Although officers say he “rammed through the front doors into the foyer area” of the building, he “did not actually gain access to the agency and staff area.”
No one was injured in the crash.
Perez was charged with one count each of injury to real property, resisting, delaying and obstructing a public officer, and providing fictitious information to an officer. He is being held in the Henderson County Detention Center in lieu of $17,000 bond.
Damage to the building was estimated at $3,000.