Crime Beat

  • Thursday, August 1, 2013

 
DNA?
 
A burglary at Palmetto Primary Care on West 4th North St., in Summerville netted the thief an iPad valued at $650. Summerville Police determined the thief entered by breaking a window at the rear of the building leaving behind a drop of blood. Police took the blood sample and fingerprints.
 
Pooch poo prints
 
On July 18 someone broke into a residence in Field View on Comiskey Park Circle in Summerville. The victim told Summerville Police that while he was asleep someone came into the house and stole a remote control, black woofer speaker and two purses. He told police the house was locked and alarm set when he went to bed.
He said he heard the dogs bark in the middle of the night then stop. He went into the living room and looked around and saw nothing so went back to bed. One of the dogs had gone to the bathroom in the living room and whoever had been in the house had stepped in it and tracked it through the house. Police found that someone had gained entry through a small, unlocked window in the rear. Police found dog feces on the windowsill.
Police were able to lift fingerprints. Total value of missing objects is $854.
 
Unlocked mailbox
 
A woman on Sago Palm Ct., in Summerville told police that a pair of shoes she had ordered online had been stolen. She told Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office deputies that the company advised her the shoes had been delivered on June 29. The shoes were valued at $139.

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