Man attacked after release

A man facing two warrants turned himself in to Barnwell police May 10, posted bond May 11 and was attacked and robbed early May 12, according to police reports.
Barnwell Police Chief Todd Gantt said Clement Antonio Fenty, 23, of 271 Glass Lane (and formerly Ramblewood Trailer Park), Barnwell, turned himself in to police May 10. Fenty faces charges of criminal sexual conduct with a minor, second degree, with a victim between 11 and 14 years-of-age. The incident happened between May 1 and Aug. 1 of 2012 in an apartment at the Litchfield Apartment complex, according to police.
The second charge, assault and battery, first degree, stems from a May 5, 2012, incident. Fenty is accused of "nonconsensual touching" of a then 13-year-old. This also happened at the Litchfield Apartment complex, according to police.
Fenty posted bond May 11. In the early morning hours of May 12 he was attacked and robbed at 271 Bomba Street in Barnwell. The incident report states Fenty "ran into" one of the suspects while picking up cigarettes at Jimbo's shortly after 3 a.m. The man, who Fenty knew, asked for a ride back to the Bomba Street address.
According to the report, when they got to the address and Fenty got out of the car, three other people - all listed as black males with guns - attacked and robbed him. Fenty told police he was struck in the head several times with a gun and thought the men were going to kill him. The suspects took his wallet, cell phone and car keys. The police report states there were injuries to Fenty's head.
Fenty was able to escape, run to a residence in Ramblewood and call police. Meanwhile, the suspects stole his car, which was later found in the woods off Thomas Street, according to the report.
While police were talking to Fenty in Ramblewood, Fenty saw a car drive by that had been parked at the address he was attacked. Police stopped the vehicle, a white Mercury, and took a passenger in the vehicle into custody.
Fenty gave police the names of four suspects, but the police report lists five suspects. Police have released one suspect's name - William Anthony Buckmon, 25, of 75 Perry Street in Barnwell.
Chief Gant said May 21 no arrests have been made.