Tuesday, June 11, 2013
The Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office responded to Silver Cypress Circle in Summerville to investigate a burglary. According to the complainant, when he walked in the front entrance of the model home May 19, he saw a pack of drinking water by the back door, a screen on a back window flapping and a Maruchan noodle meal on the kitchen counter. The complainant then observed a note written on a white envelope which read: “To: Mis Love Day, Mr. Love Day will get his later when I done it take a long time.”
The complainant went upstairs and observed that someone had hung a blanket on the window in the master bedroom and apparently slept in the bed. There was a pack of saltines and an empty Kraft cheese wrapper on the nightstand with two black phone chargers. Someone had drawn a pornographic picture on the wall in the bathroom along with a message stating they were sorry.
The unknown subject had also stolen a router and wireless access point out of the office. Police were able to lift fingerprints from a toilet seat, back window and have photos of what appears to be a size 11 tennis shoe print.
Just doing his job!
Police responded to a residence on Cominskey Park Circle at Fieldview in Summerville on a burglary complaint. The female complainant told police when she awoke at 6 a.m. May 29 she saw the front door was open and her 60-inch plasma screen TV was missing. Her husband, she said, had gone to sleep on the couch in the den at 11 p.m.
There was a screen missing from a dining room window that was open about 24 inches. The window and screen were not in that condition the previous evening the homeowner said.
A Rottweiler resides at the residence and the male homeowner said the dog, which was upstairs in the bedroom, had barked around 4:15 a.m. but he told the dog to be quiet which it did. The homeowner said he was on a couch about 50 feet from where the perpetrators apparently entered.
A black Mercedes was seen, by a neighbor, around that time near the residence. Police processed the scene for fingerprints.
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