The Rob Report

  • Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Type of theft: Burglary
Location: Kimeren Lane, Summerville
Date: Jan. 29, 2013
Time of day: Between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Items stolen: Electronics
Total value: $1,000
Incident report details: Complainant reported that someone entered her residence and stole a 42” flat screen television. She said she thought the residence was secured when she left. Officers were able to lift fingerprints at the scene.
Suspect(s): Unknown
Responding agency: Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office
 
Type of theft: Burglary
Location: Judith Drive, Summerville
Date: Between Jan. 21 and Jan. 27, 2013
Time of day: Unknown
Items stolen: Household appliances
Total value: $3,500
Incident report details: Complainant reported that someone opened the back gate to property she holds trust over and stole several items from the residence, including a stainless steel side by side refrigerator and stainless steel stove. It appears the subject(s) made entry through a rear window and attempted to hide a pane of glass from the window in another room. Officers took latent fingerprints from the scene.
Suspect(s): Unknown
Responding agency: Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office
 
Type of theft: Burglary
Location: Doc Lane, Reevesville
Date: Jan. 24, 2013
Time of day: Unknown
Items stolen: Jewelry, household goods
Total value: $20,360
Incident report details: Complainant reported that she came home to find the back door of her residence open. She said when she saw this she got back into her car and drove to the end of her driveway and called 911. She said she had no idea who might be responsible but did have a conflict over money with a yard worker several months prior.
Officers on the scene found that someone forced open the rear door. They found scattered items of jewelry and a puddle of what might be saliva on a pillow on the complainant’s bed.
Suspect(s): Unknown
Responding agency: Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office
 

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