Police in Summerville were called to the library on Old Trolley Road following a call about a disturbance on June 29. The complainant told officers that he was sitting in a common area of the library when another person sat next to him. The incident report states the complainant asked the subject why he had to sit so close when there are other seats open. Police said after some back-and-forth between the two they both stood up and the complainant said he leaned in to whisper to the male subject, “since they were in a library.” Police said that is when he was punched in the jaw by the subject. Witnesses stated in the report that they saw the complainant get punched but could hear what was said between the two. The incident report states that following the punch the suspect left the left the building, no arrest were made.

Weapon shown

On June 28 police in Summerville were contacted about an incident that happened in a parking lot on Old Trolley Road. The complainant said she was walking and she accidentally brushed up against a sedan. The incident report states that a man then jumped out of the car and called her a derogatory name. Police said the complainant tried to apologize but the subject stated he would kill her. The complainant then said the man lifted his shirt and flashed was appeared to be the handle of a pistol in his waistband. The subject then left the area.

Stolen equipment

The Berkeley County Sheriff’s Officer were called to investigate an incident at a construction site off of Henry Brown Blvd. Deputies said a bull dozer as taken from the construction site. Deputies said the John Deere 450 bulldozer was taken sometime around June, 22. The owner is offering a $5,000 reward for any information that leads to an arrest and conviction.