A Ladson man reported that an unknown black male subject, about fifty years of age, followed his daughter to their residence from the school bus stop. The subject was driving a dark tan Ford truck with possibly lawn mowers in the back.
The daughter said she was unable to get a license plate number. She said the subject appeared to be clean-shaven and at one point winked at her and said, “Hey, pretty lady. He also drove by the residence several times before leaving the area, she said.
She told officers she was walking home alone when this happened and the incident made her feel very uncomfortable and frightened.
A watchful eye…
A Summerville man reported that he saw an older model Chevrolet S-10 pickup truck parked in front of his business on Trolley Road. He said he was unable to get the tag number but did notice the tag was expired. He also said he noticed that throughout the weekend he saw a silver Ford Taurus and A green Jeep Cherokee come and go throughout the evenings.
He said he saw the driver of the pick up, a white male with a shaved head enter his building to use the restroom, then left.
The complainant said he wanted to document these activities.
A resident flagged an officer on patrol on Carmon Street in Summerville down. The complainant told the officer he was checking on his son’s residence and found a loose side windowpane. The complainant’s son is overseas and the residence has been vacant for several months.
The complainant said he checked further and discovered the refrigerator and dishwasher and smoke detectors missing from inside the house; the air conditioning unit and hot water heater were also damaged. He said tenants were living in the house a couple of months ago and he believes they may have had something to do with the damage and missing items.
Officers were able to take some evidence at the scene, including an empty beer can near the damaged air conditioning unit.