Crime

  • Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Fancy car, no money…

Dorchester County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the Amflag on Dorchester Rd., in Summerville on Nov. 20, for a possible hit and run. They were advised a subject in a gold Jaguar had hit a vehicle in the parking lot after stealing gas. The complainant told police that this was the fourth time in a month the same subject had stolen gas.

The driver, a 17-year-old, told police his friend had pumped more gas than he had money for so he drove away without paying.

Deputies charged him with failure to pay for gas and remanded him to the detention center.

The Jaguar was towed.

Drugs ’ll do it every time …

Summerville Police responded, Nov. 21, to a report of a stolen motor vehicle. The victim told police that a certain subject, who had been staying with him, had taken the car. When the victim called the woman, she told him she was in the hospital but would not say which hospital.

She said the car was in the parking lot. She then said she wasn’t actually sure where the car was because she had been smoking crack in the car with some other people and had a seizure so the others dropped her at the hospital. The victim told police the subject wasn’t allowed to drive his vehicle because she was prone to seizures and had no driver’s license.

Freedom or captivity?

Summerville Police responded on Nov. 25, to the report of stolen dogs.

The victim told police her dogs were stolen and she had seen a photo of one on Facebook. The dogs were described as a white Siberian Huskie and a white and black Siberian Huskie.

She said she wasn’t exactly sure if someone had stolen them or if they simply got out. She said she posted a notice on Facebook that the dogs were missing and got a response telling her who had her dog. She looked that person up on Facebook and saw a photo of one of the dogs.

Police contacted the owner of the Facebook page and he said he did in fact have the dog, that an older Spanish male had given it to him saying he had too many dogs already. He returned the dog to its owner. The other dog is still missing.

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