ROCK HILL — One of Lexington County's "most wanted" suspects fled from York County Sheriff's deputies in Rock Hill Friday morning when they tried serving warrants on him, authorities said.
Sheriff's deputies, a helicopter with the State Law Enforcement Division and a K9 unit have spent much of the morning chasing Henry Thomas Zissett, who was listed last month as a wanted suspect by the Lexington County Sheriff's Department.
Zissett, 38, was last seen in the area along Saluda and Rawlsville roads on S.C. 72 wearing a pink or orange shirt with plaid shorts. The search by authorities has spanned from the Quail Run neighborhood to Oakdale Road to Dunlap Roddey Road.
Public safety officials issued two automated reverse 911 calls to homes in the nearby area to let neighbors know about the manhunt. Zissett is considered possibly armed and dangerous.
Zissett was featured on a list of the Lexington County Sheriff's Department's most wanted suspects, published in The State newspaper's website on June 29. He is accused of
His last known address was on Bub Wise Road in Swansea. He is accused of receiving stolen goods, unlawfully operating a chop shop, possessing a weapon during the commission of a violent crime, unlawful possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, manufacturing methamphetamine and unlawfully disposing of waste from a methamphetamine laboratory.
Deputies ask that anyone who spots the suspect call 911 immediately.
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