Thursday, May 23, 2013
Keys on seat…car gone
On May 11, authorities received a report of a stolen motor vehicle at a Spring View Lane apartment. The owner told authorities she noticed her vehicle was gone at 8:30 a.m. The vehicle is a gold 1997 four-door Honda Accord, with damage to the back driver side of the car – SC Plate number IYC 989. The owner told police she might have left the keys on the front seat of the car.
The car was valued at $3,800.
Not so hospitable a stay
On May 14, police responded to a report of a stolen motor vehicle at the Comfort Suites on Jockey Court in Summerville. The owner of the white Ford 150, with Georgia plate number BXF3567, said his vehicle was in the lot at 5:55 a.m. but gone at 6:10.
The vehicle has a burgundy hood and broken extended cab window on the driver’s side. A key is broken off in the ignition. The owner said the door was left unlocked.
The vehicle’s valued at $3,000.
Stolen or repossessed?
Summerville Police responded to a stolen vehicle complaint at The Arbor Apartments on Luden Drive. According to the victim, when he arrived home at 5 p.m., on May 13, his 1993 Chevrolet S1500 pickup truck – SC tag 5337DF – was missing from the parking lot.
The last time had seen the vehicle was at 6:30 p.m., on May 10.
The vehicle has a chrome grill and bumper and an estimated value of $5,000.
Although the victim said the vehicle was paid for, when running the tag, police discovered a lien against the vehicle although no notification of repossession had been filed with police.
The vehicle was entered into NCIC.
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