MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (AP/WCRN/WVOC) - The man who won the Democratic nomination for the U.S. Senate in South Carolina three years ago with little campaigning has been arrested again.
The Associated Press reports that 35-year-old Alvin Greene was arrested Friday at an apartment complex in Myrtle Beach and charged with trespassing.
A police report says he was walking around disoriented and asked for paramedics, so EMS was called to the scene, he was checked over and he was then placed under arrest.
Greene stunned the political world in 2010 by beating out former state lawmaker Vic Rawl without the use of any campaign signs, ads, or public appearances.
Greene eventually lost by a wide margin to Jim DeMint.
During the campaign it was discovered that Greene faced a felony charge for allegedly showing pornography to a female University of South Carolina student in an on-campus computer lab.