Friday, November 8, 2013
Not even married yet
Summerville Police were called to the Summerville Station Apartments on Trolley Rd., Oct. 24, for a domestic violence report.
When they arrived they observed that sliding glass doors were damaged and a white female – Meghan Elizabeth Madercic – was yelling at the victim. She was “extremely intoxicated” and informed police that she knew she was going to jail.
She told police she and the victim were engaged to be married and that they had gotten into a physical altercation with each other. Police spoke with the victim who had scratches. Police charged Madercic with Criminal Domestic Violence.
More than they begged for
Summerville Police charged Darren Thomas Brooks and Alexis Chantel Ziegler, both of Goose Creek, for Begging and Brooks was also charged with Giving False Information to Police, Oct. 18, outside of Walmart.
A concerned citizen had given Ziegler a $5 tank top because Ziegler had told her that she was from Colorado and her husband had abandoned her.
But the citizen then saw her and Brooks get into a car together so had called the police. Ziegler apologized to the citizen for lying to her but the authorities had already discovered that the male, who told police his name was Dillan Thomas, had lied and his real name was Brooks and there were probation violation warrants against him from Florida and North Carolina.
Food that bad?
Summerville Police were called to Pine Forest Country Club on Congressional Blvd., in Summerville Oct. 26, for vandalism to vehicles. When they arrived they found two vehicles – a gold Toyota Camry and a silver Chevy Silverado – covered with flour, eggs and slices of bologna.
The victim told police he had last seen the vehicles around 7 p.m.
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