Police were called to a business due to fraudulent use of the companyí gas card.
A woman was observed by loss prevention officers picking up some toiletry items and placing them in the child seat area of her buggy.
It can be hard to get along with step-parents but one should not lunge at each other nor break household items. However, a young teenage girl got into an argument with her step-mother and did just that, breaking a glass lamp, yelling and screaming abut the house. The girl's father jumped in between his daughter and wife and the two never made …
Police were called to a womanís house because two men got into a disturbance on her front lawn. One man had been staying at the house temporarily and the other happened to be there to feed her cat.
Two couples, who have a son in common, met one evening to discuss the son.
An officer clocked a woman going 60 mph in a 45 mph zone early one morning and pulled her over.
Police were called to a fast food restaurant due to harassing phone calls.
A woman called police because she placed a bunch of shelves, intended for her business, against her garbage cans.
A concerned citizen called police because a window of a house under construction had been shot out. He showed the responding officer the damage and explained that his wife had heard gunshots and they later found the damage.
A mother had to call police on her grown son because he didn't get his way and made a scene.
You may get away from police once, but not usually a second time. Such was the case for a girl driving a car with suspended tags. The first time the officer was following the car, dispatch relayed that the tags were suspended, but due to the driver's evasive driving pattern, the officer lost her.
An ex-husband of 20 years decided to take to Facebook to harass his ex-wife. According to a police report, he sent her several messages accusing her of being a cyber bully. She was able to block him from her account but made a report to police to ensure that this blast from the past does not contact her again.
A man called police because someone had vandalized his dock. He told the responding officer that someone had severed his water hose on the dock, turned it on and left it running all night. In addition, someone had placed a dead opossum in his crab trap, tied a noose around the dead critter's neck and put it in the water.
Police were called to a local gas station in regards to a “no trespass” notice. The suspect had left the scene, but it turned out to be a man they had dealt with earlier in the day and even given him a ride home.
A woman had not been out of her home in several days due to the ice storm we had recently. But when she finally did venture out, she found her iron gate torn off the hinges to the tune of $300 in damage.
A woman arrived at the police department to report that someone had vandalized her side-view mirror.
Police were called because a man was caught shoplifting hard drives. On two different occasions, the suspect came in and bought two hard drives, paying cash. He then went out to his car and soon after would come back into the store and successfully return them. A third time, with the same suspect, he was found to have bought the same type of hard …
Police were called to a discount chain-store because someone was suspected of shoplifting.
Numerous fake $100 bills are being passed around town. However, one local gas station clerk knew right away that one was fake when a customer tried to pass it off as currency.
An officer cruising down Hwy. 17 watched two cars pull out of Towne Centre, nearly into the wrong lane. Both cars turned 180 degrees and started driving towards the officer, northbound in the southbound lanes.
Police were called to a local hotel because a man was extremely intoxicated, naked and possibly suicidal.
A beauty store employee noticed a couple in the back corner of the store acting extremely suspicious. After the couple noticed staff watching them, they quickly left the store. The employee went over to where the couple had been standing, and according to the police report, found 11 bottles of perfume with the price tags torn off of them.
An officer noticed a familiar car in a gas station parking lot one day. The window was smashed out of the vehicle which caught his attention. It turns out the officer dealt with this subject just a month prior during a domestic violence incident.
An officer noticed a car drive past him that did not have the proper tail lights. He pulled behind the vehicle and ran the tag. The car came back as being registered out of Huger. The driver suddenly pulled into a nearby neighborhood, and due to the abruptness, this caused suspicion.
Police were notified of two men living in a local house that might be dealing drugs. Narcotics officers did surveillance on the house and were able to rummage through the trash to collect evidence, according to a police report.
A kid called police because his car was stolen overnight.
A woman called police to report that someone had stolen her new IPhone. She said she was at a local bar and had it on the counter in front of her. She said she turned around and when she turned back top face the bar, the phone was gone.
Police were notified of two men living in a local house that might be dealing drugs. Narcotics officers did surveillance on the house and were able to rummage through their trash to collect evidence, according to a police report.
According to the Mount Pleasant Police Department, Calvin Malone Vanderhorst is wanted as a suspect in an armed robbery.
An officer was working an off duty assignment in a discount store when he came upon a woman crouching down behind a shelving unit in the garden section. He asked her if she was okay and it turned out she was a loss prevention officer with the store and she and another officer were following a suspected shoplifter around the store.