Crime

  • Friday, December 6, 2013

Out of the blue…

A woman was sitting on a bench at Captain D’s, Nov. 22, waiting for her food order when a man walked in, saw her, said “son of a bitch” and hit her “quite forcefully” in the head with a book and walked out of the restaurant, according to a Summerville Police incident report. Police located the individual who, it turned out, is a paranoid schizophrenic who has been off his medication. The 58-year-old man was charged with assault and released into the custody of his family.

Girls not impressed…

Robbie Bernard Williams II, 19, of Summerville, was charged by Summerville Police Nov. 23, with discharging a firearm within town limits. According to Williams, he was at a large party and had been drinking. He told police he wanted to look like a “bad a..” for a girl so he got his shotgun. Police said he had a strong odor of alcohol and trouble maintaining his balance. Another partygoer told police he had tried to get the shotgun from Williams, who was trying to impress a girl, but was unsuccessful and the gun had gone off.

Unusual weapon

David Anthony Regen, 30, of Summerville was charged by Dorchester County Sheriff’s deputies with petit larceny Nov. 21. According to the victim, Regen stole his keys and then rammed him with a moped before fleeing. Deputies caught Regen, retrieved the keys and arrested him.

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