SUMMERVILLE, S.C. (WCIV) -- A Summerville man was arrested Thursday morning by US Marshals and sheriff's deputies after he boasted on Facebook that law enforcement would not be able to catch him.
According to a police report, Kevin Russell was "boasting on Facebook that Law Enforcement wouldn't capture him."
Officials said he was wanted for two counts of second-degree criminal domestic violence, resisting arrest and giving false information to police.
Officials said Russell has a history of violence.
According to the report, Marshals and deputies arrested Russell at a home on Freemount Road at about 8:10 a.m.
According to court documents, deputies responded to Cane Slash Road on Johns Island on Jan. 22 in reference to a domestic disturbance.
The victim said Russell unloaded her belongings from the vehicle and became upset when she put them back.
The victim told officials Russell snuck up behind her, grabbed her by the hair and drug her to the ground.
When deputies arrived and tried to make contact with Russell, he ran, officials said.
In a separate incident in December, deputies were called to a home on Pineland Drive in reference to a sexual assault.
According to court documents, the victim said she had been physically assaulted by Russell on a daily basis for about two months.
She told officials she was hit and had her hair pulled. In once instance, the victim told officials Russell grabbed her by her hair and slammed her head up and down on the ground.
According to the documents, Russell also choked her hard enough to leave five individual fingerprints around her throat.
He is being held in the Al Cannon Detention Center.