LAURENS, S.C. (AP) — A South Carolina man accused of tattooing a juvenile in a fast-food restaurant has been arrested and is dealing with prices, police stated.
Brandon Presha, 28, of Laurens, was arrested Tuesday on prices of unlawful tattooing and underage tattooing, Laurens Police Chief Chrissie Latimore stated. The chief stated a decide has set bond on each prices at $25,000, WYFF-TV reported.
The Aug. 6 incident got here to the eye of police final week after some detectives have been tagged on social media posts displaying video of the kid being tattooed, Latimore stated.
Throughout an ensuing investigation, authorities decided Presha was the unlicensed tattoo artist and that the person receiving the tattoo was a juvenile, Latimore stated. She didn’t present the kid’s age or elaborate.
“It was a fully disgusting show,” Latimore advised WYFF-TV.
The police chief stated the video confirmed the tattooing appeared to have been carried out within the entrance eating space of a McDonald’s. Latimore stated she didn’t know if Presha had carried out any tattooing there earlier than “however he seemed fairly snug.”
“It’s actually tragic that this was occurring inside this newly reworked enterprise,” Latimore stated.
She stated new homeowners had bought the enterprise months in the past, including they shortly got here in and aided police of their investigation.
Presha was being held on the county detention middle. It was unknown if he has an lawyer who might communicate on his behalf.
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