• Friday, June 13, 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: James Green

Age: 61

Description: black male, 200 pounds, 6’2”

Last known address: 714 W. 1st N. St. Trailer B

Wanted for: stalking; threatening life, person or family of public employee

Wanted by: Summerville Police Department

Wanted since: October 2013

Investigators allege: In October 2013, James Green stalked a woman by repetitively calling her, including calling 40 times in one 24-hour period, and leaving threatening voice mails if she didn’t answer. The victim said she had changed her phone number several times to try to get Green to stop calling her. On October 14, as the victim was talking to an officer, the phone rang and she gave it to the officer who identified himself to Green as a detective with the Summerville Police Department. Green then said he was with the mafia and the detective should stay out of the issue and watch his back.

Name: Antonio Maurice Harley

Age: 30

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

Last known address: 120 Carolina Wren Ave.

Wanted for: burglary, first degree

Wanted by: Summerville Police Department

Wanted since: February 14, 2014

Investigators allege: On the night of Feb. 13, Antonio Harley entered the home of a woman with whom he has two children. He entered without permission and against a trespass notice, and hit the woman and strangled her as he took her phone, and knocked over the children as he left the home.

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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