Conway woman arrested for home invasion

A Conway woman has been arrested in connection to a home invasion that happened in November.

Dianna Lightsey, 22, from Conway was arrested Monday around 4:00 p.m.

Horry County police said on November 21 officers were called to the Wilco Hess gas station at 1356 E. Highway on reports of a home invasion that happened at 140 Colton Circle in Conway.

The victim said he was asleep in his bed when he woke up to two people hovering above him. He said their faces were covered with bandanas and handkerchiefs.

The victim said the suspects hit him over the head with a gun and tied his hands behind his back.

He claims they yelled at him, "You're messing with the Hells Angels now" and "If you call the cops, we'll go to your daughter's school and kill her."

The suspects took $12,000 in cash, different kinds of jewelry, the man's semi automatic gun, a laptop, a television, his cell phone and Vicodin, according to a police report.

The victim was injured on his forehead and had bruising on his face.

The man told police that he thought a woman he was seeing intimately might have been involved, or may have been one of the suspects.

Detectives continued investigating and arrested Lightsey on charges of Criminal Conspiracy.

She is being held at J. Reuben Long Detention Center without bond.

At least one suspect in this case remains unidentified. Police think the suspect is a man.