Crime

  • Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Ignoring signs big mistake



On Dec. 5, Summerville Police observed a gold Cadillac parked on the south side of 17A in front of Summerville Elementary School under the No Parking signs. After getting a number of false names and information from the subject Raymane Kenyada Dodd, 36, of Summerville it turns out that the subject was driving on a suspended license and had thought he had outstanding warrants from Berkeley County for fraudulent checks. He was arrested and charged with False Information to Police and Driving Under Suspension, 2nd. He was transported to Dorchester County Annex and a hold was placed on him for Berkeley County.

Grave display



Summerville Police responded to Glover Funeral Home on Bryan St. Dec. 7 for the theft of a headstone. The stone was at the side of the business and is described as two and a half feet tall and four feet wide with three blank spaces for names and flowers engraved at the top.

The value of the stone is $2,000.

Ace mowers stolen



Summerville Police responded to Ace Hardware on Trolley Rd., Dec. 9 for the breaking and entering of the greenhouse. The complainant told police that at about 7:30 a.m. he noticed the greenhouse wall appeared to have been kicked in. Two yellow Poulan Pro push lawn mowers were stolen. Each was valued at $200.

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