Sheriff Duane Lewis announced the arrest of 10 felony Berkeley County fugitives from the time period of June 9th through June 26th. All of the arrest warrants originated with the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office and were made by the local U.S. Marshals Service’s Fugitive Task Force consisting of law enforcement officers from the …
A girl called police to report that she was being harassed by two different people and she thinks it is coming from a third party she had a disagreement with last month. The text messages talk about messing her up and getting slaughtered. One said “have fu sleeping tonight. Cute mug shot it really brings our your five heads haha.”
An officer patrolling a local neighborhood noticed a car speeding by him and taking various streets in a reckless manner. To top it all off, the driver’s license tag was expired.
Coordinated efforts of multiple agencies also lead to 109 citations
A man had a car listed for sale on the Internet. Two different men were interested in buying it. The seller ended up making a deal with the first man who showed up. The second interested buyer sent the dealer a text message asking if it had been sold yet and the seller confirmed it had. Well this did not go over too well with the second interested …
A man left his residence to stay at his mother’s for the weekend so his soon-to-be ex-wife could finish retrieving her belongings from the residence and officially move out. But when the man got back, he found a 39-foot-long tire mark across his front yard, according to a police report. He told police, who matched the marks left in his yard …
By the time a woman got to work one morning she had decided to call police on her boyfriend who had allegedly gotten rough with her the night before. She must have told her manager about the incident, and she was eventually convinced to at least put her boyfriend on trespass notice from her place of employment, according to the report.
So what happens when a concerned couple intervenes in an argument between another couple – apparently violence.
An argument ensued along a residential road because a homeowner was allegedly fussing at a driver for speeding through the neighborhood. He waved the driver down. The driver stopped and they proceeded to argue, the report said. But the driver was done sitting around listening to all that and he drove off. But when he did, he ran over the …
Two men were booked on charges of disorderly conduct after being kicked out of a bar, several times in one evening.
Police were called to a local store because a woman shoplifted some jewelry and sun shades, according to a police report. The loss prevention officer told the responding officer that the woman came in the store and started looking at jewelry. The loss prevention officer recognized this woman from a prior shoplifting incident, the report said.
A woman went into a local department store and purchased over $700’s worth of items, but not the two pairs of earrings she allegedly unpackaged and shoved in her pocket – valued at $98.
Police were called to a man’s house because he was allegedly out for revenge. He told officers that his neighbor dumped a pile of shrimp shells on his side of the fence and he wanted to retaliate, according to the report.
Police were called to a local marina because a man decided to drive his car down the dock. He ran into a bunch of things but didn’t stop, the report said. He allegedly decided to honk his horn and flash his lights. This was all caught on tape and the police were called.
Police were called to a store because a suspect believed to have shoplifted earlier in the night was back for more.
Police arrived on an accident scene in which a driver struck a tree. According to the report, the driver said he noticed a car on the boulevard when he was turning and swerved to try and avoid it, but hit a tree. However there were no road markings to indicate such.
According to a police report, a man was stopped in a local store for stealing some workout gloves. The loss prevention officer told police he witnessed the man open the package and put the gloves on. Then the suspect allegedly walked past the point of sale where he was apprehended.
A woman was at her neighborhood pool when Mother Nature called. She walked to the restroom to find the door shut. She waited patiently, but after 20 minutes she decided to knock on the door. She knocked several times with no answer and on the final knock a skinny female, covered in tattoos and piercings allegedly got within inches of her face and …
A woman was placed on trespass notice from a local grocery store for scaring off customers, according to one report. The manager told police that for several weeks she had been sitting out in front of the store asking other customers for money. She was usually drunk, the manager said.
A driver along Coleman Boulevard crossed over into the bike lane, catching the attention of an officer and was pulled recently, according to a report.
A shoplifter was in custody at a local store because a loss prevention officer allegedly witnessed him conceal eight bottles of cologne in his pants and exit the store without paying.
Police were called to a man’s house in reference to vandalism. But it appears it was just a mix-up. According to the man, a construction crew working on property next door backed into his mailbox and dug holes in his yard.
Police were called to a local bar because a man left there and other patrons knew he should not be driving, according to a report. Police caught up with the car speeding down a nearby road and swerving in and out of his lane, the report said. The officer called in the tag to confirm this was the car in question and continued to follow it into a …
It’s one thing to bar someone from your establishment, but it is another thing to do it legally through a no trespass order. And it’s even another thing when it’s your own stepson. A manager at the establishment said complaints were coming in from customers that this person was taking things from customers as well as …
Police received reports of a possible drunk driver. The car was seen turning into a parking lot, and sure enough, police found the suspected driver there. According to the report, he was heavily throwing up all over the place. The officer asked if he was alright and why he was throwing up and he said he ate bad food, the report said.
A man in a local neighborhood was supervising contractors who were installing a court-ordered privacy fence between a resident’s property and a piece of property owned by the neighborhood association. About that time, the resident came out of his home with a “young man” who was carrying a camera.
A hotel clerk had to call police because a man allegedly came into the lobby yelling and swearing at her about wanting to get in his room. All dressed up in his tux, he must have had a great night out, because according to the clerk, the man was at the wrong hotel, the report said.
An officer noticed a man on a moped going 36 mph, which is faster than the allowed 25 mph speed to be classified as a moped, according to a report. The driver pulled off into a parking lot and the officer followed.
Police were called to a local apartment complex because a woman became scared after allegedly being confronted by a stranger in the parking lot late one night. According to a police report, the 20-year-old female stated a man in a sedan asked her to get in his car. He also allegedly asked her if she was a cheerleader.
An officer came upon a car with a busted tail light and pulled the driver over. The driver turned into a gas station and stopped. According to the report, the officer also noticed that the car’s 45-day tag had expired in January of 2014. Looking in the rear windows, the officer saw all sorts of empty beer bottles and had the driver step out …