Police Blotter – Well, isn’t that great

  • Saturday, August 30, 2014

A woman called police after she woke up one morning and her boyfriend’s car was gone from the driveway, according to a police report. She said it had been left unlocked, but police checked to see if it had been repossessed. Late payments were due on the car, but the company had not come to get it, the report said. The car was placed into the system as stolen and two days later it was found. According to the report, it turns out North Charleston police were in a pursuit with the vehicle in North Charleston that ended in Mount Pleasant. They had to deploy stop sticks which damaged the two front tires, the report said. In addition, there was front-end damage and damage to the passenger side door.

According to the report, four suspects fled and only one was apprehended.

Firearms were found in the vehicle and the car was processed and towed, the report said.


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