Crime Beat

  • Wednesday, October 2, 2013

To haul stolen goods?
On September 22 sometime after 6 p.m., a U-Haul utility trailer was stolen from Storage One U-Haul on Central Avenue in Summerville, according to the Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office. The trailer is a 5-foot by 9-foot open 2009 utility trailer, grey in color with the U-Haul logo on both sides.
For second story guy?
At some point during the night of September 23, someone stole four ladders from the backyard of the victim on Boone Hill Rd., in Summerville, according to the Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office. The ladders included a 6-foot aluminum ladder, an 8-foot ladder and two 16-foot aluminum extension ladders.
By the cart load
Thieves shoplifted $2,000 worth of merchandise from Walmart September 24, according to Summerville Police. Two black males loaded up a cart with five Hoover steam cleaners, two Ninja mixers, two Leap Pad computers and a treadmill. They proceeded to walk out of the store and leave in a gold 2002 Ford Expedition with SC plates GZY646 registered to Sherriel Shonta Dupree of Summerville.
Where’s the baby?
On September 22, two plants and a decorative shepherd’s hook were stolen from a backyard on Avalon Rd., in Summerville according to the Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office. A neighbor saw a short, white female enter the backyard pushing a baby stroller.


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