• Thursday, April 18, 2013



Editor’s note: According to information provided Wednesday by the Summerville Police Department, the following suspects were still at large. All photos provided by reporting agency.
Name: Wesley Craven Floyd III
Age: 28
Description: White male, 5’10” tall, 200 pounds
Last known address: 1407 Iroquois St., North Charleston
Wanted for: Petit or simple larceny $2,000 or less
Wanted by: Summerville Police Department
Wanted since: April 6, 2013
Investigators allege: On April 6, 2013 the suspect stole an Apple iPhone 4S from a customer shopping at the 1317 N. Main St. Wal-Mart. Surveillance video shows the suspect commit the theft. The defendant was convicted of petit larceny on June 18, 2002 and again on Nov. 14, 2012.
Name: Jacob Son Dozier
Age: 28
Description: Black male, 5’10” tall, 230 pounds
Last known address: 100 Violet Drive, Summerville
Wanted for: Financial transaction card fraud, value more than $500
Wanted by: Summerville Police Department
Wanted since: Feb. 27, 2013
Investigators allege: Suspect used a victim’s debit card without her knowledge or consent. Several unauthorized transactions appeared on the victim’s bank account on Feb. 27 and Feb. 28. The victim provided a description of the suspect who used the card and matched the description of her boyfriend. A total of $1,876.47 in unauthorized purchases were made.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of these suspects may call the Summerville Police Department at (843) 851-4100. Crime tips can also be sent to Crime Stoppers by phone at 554-1111, by text message at CRIMES or 274637 (start the message with “TIPCSL”) or on the web at www.5541111.com.


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