A North Charleston man reported that while he was at the Brindis Night Club on Ashley Phosphate Road, five Hispanic males approached him and began to beat and kick him and ultimately stole some $2,000 cash from his pocket. The complainant, who suffered bruises and a broken nose, said he did not remember what the subjects looked like but would call some friends of his who were there and see if they could help provide some details.
A Ridgeville man reported that he came to his home and found a 19-year-old man sleeping on his couch. He said the man is a friend of his stepsonís but that he did not give the subject permission to stay there and further stated that the subject threatened to assault him.
The stepson and the complainantís wife said they had given the subject permission to stay there and noted that the complainant works out of town and only comes home on weekends.
The subject admitted that he threatened to assault the complainant because he was starting trouble in the residence.
An officer responded to the DMV office in St. George in reference to a call about a subject attempting to obtain a driverís license using fraudulent documents. The officer examined the subjectís documents, which consisted of a birth certificate and social security card, which the subject claimed to be genuine. However, upon further scrutiny, the officer noted that the card lacked a microprint security feature on the signature line. In addition, the agency opened an investigation on the subjectís documentation the last time he got a driverís license and determined the documents were fraudulent.
The subject kept insisting the social security card was genuine, but the officer arrested him and transported him to the detention center.