Friday, December 20, 2013
Editor’s note: According to information provided Wednesday by the Summerville Police Department, the following suspects were still at large. All photos provided by reporting agency.
Name: Derrick Maurice Middleton
Description: Black male, 6’3” tall, 285 pounds
Last known address: 1225 Boone Hill Road, #Z7, Summerville
Wanted for: Burglary 2nd degree
Wanted by: Summerville Police Department
Wanted since: July 26, 2011
Investigators allege: Defendant, along with co-defendant, forcibly entered Flowertown Baptist Church in Summerville and stole several items totaling around $12,000, including televisions, computer, and musical equipment. Defendant stayed outside of the business and acted as a lookout while co-defendant went inside and stole the items. They then hid the stolen property in a dumpster and returned for it later.
Name: Pamela Messervy
Description: White female, 5’ 7”, 122 pounds.
Last known address: 439 Courtland Dr., Summerville
Wanted for: Financial Identity Fraud
Wanted by: Summerville Police
Wanted since: June 2013
Investigators allege: Between March and June, 2013, Messervy used the name, birth date and social security number of the victim without the victim’s knowledge to obtain services in the victim’s name. Messervy used to clean the victim’s residence and had access to personal information. The victim received a phone call from Time Warner stating she had an outstanding balance of $327.80 for service provided at Delafield Dr., Mason Park at the Weatherstone subdivision. The victim has never resided there but Messervy did.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of these suspects may call the Summerville Police Department at (843) 851-4100. Crime tips can also be sent to Crime Stoppers by phone at 554-1111, by text message at CRIMES or 274637 (start the message with “TIPCSL”) or on the web at www.5541111.com.
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