• Friday, February 28, 2014



Editor’s note: According to information provided Wednesday by the Summerville Police Department, the following suspects were still at large. All photos provided by reporting agency.

Name: Stephen Edward Mims

Age: 44

Description: White male, 6’1”, 300 pounds.

Last known address: 103 Swift Ct., Summerville

Wanted for: Grand Larceny

Wanted by: Summerville Police

Wanted since: November 2013

Investigators allege: Between Sept., and Nov. 2013, Mims presented an incomplete Power of Attorney to the CresCom Bank on No. Cedar St. and then transferred $2,000 on Sept. 13 and $1,022.26 on Nov. 18 from the victim’s money market account to a checking account Mims was authorized to use. Mims then withdrew the funds from the checking account without the victim’s knowledge. A witness identified Mims from a photo lineup.

Name: Antonio Maurice Harley

Age: 29

Description: Black male, 5’11”, 150 pounds

Last known address: 120 Carolina Wren Ave., Ladson

Wanted for: Burglary

Wanted by: Summerville Police

Wanted since: February 2014

Investigators allege: During the night Harley entered an unsecured apt., assaulted the victim and stole her cell phone. Harley did all this in front of the victim’s children and a witness, knocking over the children in the process. Harley was on trespass notice for the address since January.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of these suspects may call the Summerville Police Department at (843) 851-4100. Crime tips can also be sent to Crime Stoppers by phone at 554-1111, by text message at CRIMES or 274637 (start the message with “TIPCSL”) or on the web at www.5541111.com.


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