Woman charged in Forest Acres bank robbery waives right to bond court
COLUMBIA, SC (WACH) – The woman connected to Tuesday's armed robbery at a bank on Forest Drive didn't show up to her bond hearing Thursday afternoon.
Daisy Esther Feliberty waived her right to appear in bond court and her right to set bond .
Feliberty is charged with armed robbery, six-counts of kidnapping, possession of a deadly weapon during a violent crime and possession of a stolen gun.
Feliberty was in the hospital recovering after she was shot at twice, being hit once, by police after she jumped into what officers say was a stolen car in attempt to flee the bank.
WACH FOX news dug into both Feliberty's and Neathery's past. According to online records from the Florida Department of Corrections, Feliberty spent a year in a Florida prison on multiple drug charges. She was released in May of 2011. Neathery was locked up in Florida for almost nine years for an armed robbery. He was just released last May.
Authorities announced Wednesday that 29-year-old Samuel Levone Neathery, the man who caused the day-long manhunt Tuesday after the armed robbery, may be in Charleston, according to the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division.
Authorities describe Neathery as a white man who’s 5-foot-9 and weighs around 170 lbs. He also has a large tattoo around his neck and a tear drop tattoo under one eye.
Neathery is also considered armed and dangerous.
If you’ve seen Neathery or know anyone who has, you’re asked to call Crimestoppers at 1-888-CRIME-SC.