Rob Report

  • Tuesday, August 20, 2013

 Type of theft:  Larceny
Location: McAlister’s Deli, Azalea Square, Summerville
Date: August 10, 2013
Time of day: 5:30 – 9:15 p.m.
Items stolen: 16-foot stainless steel sink; 4-foot stainless steel table; 2-foot marble top table
Total value: $4,600
Incident report details: The manager of McAlister’s told police that while the restaurant is being remodeled, some equipment had been stored in the rear of the business. He reported some had been stolen.
Suspect(s): Unknown
Responding agency: Summerville Police Department
Type of theft: Burglary
Location: Tea Farm, East Johnston St., Summerville
Date: August 9, 2013
Time of day: 9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Items stolen: Jewelry, cash
Total value: $4,460
Incident report details: Homeowners returned home to discover the back sliding door had been removed. Police conducted a protective sweep and ensured no one was in the residence. The homeowners did a walk-through with police and advised them that the office, guest bedroom and master bedroom had been rummaged and that all the jewelry boxes had been opened and thrown about. Most of the jewelry was missing. A neighbor observed a red ATV with a white helmeted driver leaving the driveway of the residence around noon.
Suspect(s): Unknown
Responding agency: Summerville Police Department
Type of theft: Larceny
Location: East 1st North Street, Summerville
Date: August 6, 2013
Time of day: 5:20 p.m.
Items stolen: Precious metal
Total value: $30
Incident report details: Concerned citizens reported to police that they had witnessed two men taking copper wire from and abandoned property. They were able to supply a vehicle description as well as tag numbers. Police located the vehicle and the two men in it with a load of copper wire. The men eventually admitted to stealing the wire. They were arrested and charged with Petit Larceny.
Suspect(s): Jeffrey Daniel Davis and Robert Daniel Davis
Responding agency: Summerville Police Department


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