• Wednesday, January 8, 2014

When in jail for drugs…

Summerville Police were notified Dec. 17 of the theft of silver dollars and tools from a residence on Marymeade Dr., in Summerville.

The complainant told police that while he was in jail for manufacturing methamphetamine, someone stole his collection of silver dollars and multiple tools. The value of all is $15,000.

Leaving your purse in car…twice?

On Dec. 11, a woman reported to Summerville Police that she had left her purse in her car while in Walgreens and it was stolen. The purse contained two recently filled prescriptions for Klonopin and Percocet.

On Dec. 12, she again reported to Summerville Police that her purse was stolen from the car, this time while she was in the Ulta Beauty Store in Azalea Square. She told police that her purse again contained two bottles of prescriptions – Percocet and Klonopin.

Getting drunk and physical

The victim of Criminal Domestic Violence called Summerville Police Dec. 12 to report that her boyfriend had punched her in the face. According to police the reporting victim was highly intoxicated. After observing and questioning both parties, the female was charged with CDV and arrested.


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