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Crime beat

  • Friday, March 1, 2013

Suspicious activity
A pharmacist at a drug store located on North Main Street reported that a white male between the ages of 40 and 50 bought a 48-count 60 milligram pack of store brand pseudoephedrine with a fake South Carolina driver’s license. The pharmacist noted that the subject did not look like the picture on the driver’s license he presented. The pharmacist also reported seeing the man looking through his wallet and passing over his real driver’s license while looking for his identification.
When the pharmacist picked up the phone to call the police, the subject grabbed the product and left the building, leaving the license and his change from the sale.
 
Auto burglary
A Summerville man reported that he and his wife went to a movie in Azalea Square and when they got out they noticed their car alarm going off in the parking lot. When they approached, they found that someone had broken out the driver’s side rear window and stolen several items, including the wife’s purse, which contained her wallet, credit cards and a diamond watch and diamond earrings.

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