Fort Jackson soldier Jonathan Pentland briefly returned to his home in the Summit neighborhood of Columbia, South Carolina, with a police escort on April 14, video shows.
According to filmer Lavonna Goodwin this video shows Pentland, who is wearing a long-sleeve shirt, and a companion returning to the home. Pentland can be seen approaching the door to the home and making several trips from the house to a parked car as he retrieves a dog, a bag, and a suitcase.
The Pentland family previously left their house in Columbia after police alleged protesters vandalized the home, the Richland County Sheriff’s Office said.
Pentland was charged with third-degree assault and battery after footage emerged of him pushing and threatening a black man on a sidewalk of the South Carolina neighborhood. Credit: Lavonna Goodwin via Storyful