Monday, June 1
Simple Possession of Marijuana – 14th Avenue.
An Officer conducted a traffic stop for an equipment violation. Further investigation revealed that the driver had an arrest warrant with Summerville Police Department and was in possession of a quantity of marijuana. The driver was arrested and transferred to the Summerville Police Department.
Tuesday, June 2
Underage Possession – Ocean Point.
An Officer responded to a noise complaint at the swimming pool area. The Officer located six teenagers yelling and observed several bottles of beer and liquor around the pool deck. One of the teenagers ran from the Officer, but was apprehended. All subjects were arrested and charged.
Wednesday, June 3
Resisting Arrest – 3000 Block of Palm Boulevard.
Officers responded to a possible burglary in progress and upon arrival, located two subjects who had unlawfully entered into a residence under construction and were intoxicated.
Investigation revealed that one was a juvenile, under the age of 17 and the other was a minor, under the age of 21. As both subjects were being arrested, the minor fled from the Officers towards the beach and into the ocean. Concerned for the subject’s safety due to their intoxicated state, an Officer went in after the subject, taking her into custody. She was arrested and lodged in the Charleston County Detention Center.
Thursday, June 4
Petit Larceny – 1000 Block of Ocean Boulevard.
A victim reported that unknown person(s) broke the lock on the swimming pool pump house and stole the pool motor, causing damage to the bolt lock and latch on the door. This case has been assigned to CID for further investigation.
Simple Assault – 41st Avenue.
A victim reported that a subject that he has known for several years walked up and began to argue with him. The victim attempted to disengage from the argument by getting into his truck, but the subject continued antagonizing him. The victim exited his vehicle, at which point the subject struck him in the face and they both went to the ground and continued fighting. This case has been assigned to CID for further investigation.
Saturday, June 6
Petit Larceny – Seascape Beach Access.
A victim reported that while at the beach they left their beach chairs and bags unattended. During that time, an unknown person(s) stole their beach bag, which contained clothing, car keys, money, and mobile phones. This case has been assigned to CID for further investigation.
Sunday, June 7
Drug Equipment Violations – Palm Boulevard / 14th Avenue.
An Officer stopped a vehicle for an equipment violation and contact with the occupants of the vehicle revealed that there was an active NCIC entry for a missing person on one of the occupants. Further investigation revealed that the subject had a crack pipe hidden in the front of her pants and she was placed under arrest. Inside the vehicle, the Officer located a Styrofoam cup containing alcohol, which the subject under arrest claimed. The subject was lodged in the Charleston County Detention Center.
Public lntoxication – 1200 Block of Palm Boulevard.
An Officer responded to a report of a subject refusing to pay his cab fare. The subject was instructed to get money from the ATM so he could pay his $60 fare. After several minutes, the Officer went into the convenience store to check on the subject and found him passed out standing in front of the ATM. The subject was arrested and lodged in the Charleston County Detention Center.
Driving Under Suspension – 1100 Block of Pavilion Drive.
An Officer responded to a report of a moped that was driving recklessly. The Officer located the moped and observed the driver having difficulty navigating a turn, drive onto the shoulder of the road and then make an illegal U-turn. The Officer stopped the moped and further investigation revealed that the driver had been drinking alcohol and his driver’s license was suspended. The driver was arrested and lodged in the Charleston County Detention Center.
Monday, June 8
Petit Larceny – Beach near 10th Avenue Beach Access. A victim reported that she had left her belongings on the beach unattended while she and her friends went for a walk. Upon their return, they found that unknown person(s) had stolen their purse, mobile phone and other personal belongings valued over $550.00. This case has been assigned to ClD for further investigation.
Burglary – 55th Avenue. A victim reported that unknown person(s) entered into her residence and stole nine 19 inch flat screen televisions, valued at approximately $1170. The victim will be providing the serial numbers for the televisions. This porch and damaged the backs of the chairs on her patio. The value of the damaged property is estimated at $600. This case has been assigned to CID for further investigation.
Wednesday, June 24
Vandalism – 1100 Block of Pavilion Drive. A victim reported that unknown person(s) struck one of the pillars of the gazebo, causing it to be structurally unsound. The estimated damage is $500. This case has been assigned to CID for further investigation.
Saturday, June 27
Public lntoxication – IOP Connector. Officers responded to a report of a collision at the base of the IOP Connector near the traffic light. Upon arrival, Officers found the operator of a moped lying near the curb. Further investigation revealed that the subject smelled of alcohol and had struck the center median, causing him to strike the curb, go air borne, landing on his face. The subject was charged and released to Charleston County EMS to be transported to local hospital for treatment.
Driving Under the lnfluence – IOP Connector. An Officer stopped a vehicle for littering. Upon contact with the driver, it was determined that he was possibly under the lnfluence. The Officer conducted Standardized Field Sobriety Tests, subsequently placing the driver under arrest. The driver was transported to IOPPSB for Datamaster Testing, where he refused to provide a breath sample. The driver was lodged in the Charleston County Detention Center.
Sunday, June 28
Warrant Arrest – IOP Connector. An officer on patrol observed a subject sitting on the railing of the IOP Connector and upon making contact, it was determined that he had an outstanding warrant for a traffic offense with Goose Creek Police Department. The warrant was confirmed; the subject was arrested and was transferred.
Petit Larceny – 4700 Block of Palm Boulevard. A victim reported that unknown person(s) stole several flags from the building, to include an American flag, SC State flag, and a Red & White Citadel flag. The estimated value of the items stolen is $138. This case has been assigned to CID for further investigation.