Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Dorchester County Sheriff’s deputies received calls from two subjects, each accusing the other of robbery of their wallet.
Deputies responded to Dollar General Dec. 18, for a report of an armed robbery. The complainant told the officer that he had been offered a ride by the subject and when he opened his wallet to offer some cash for gas, the subject pointed a gun, apologized and demanded the wallet according to a DCSO incident report. The complainant said he gave the subject $200 in cash, then grabbed the subject’s wallet from the console, got out of the vehicle and ran.
The subject also called the DCSO and reported that the complainant had stolen his wallet when he was giving him a ride. He said he stopped to use the restroom and when he returned his wallet, containing $300, had been stolen.
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