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Mar 18 2016

Isle Of Palms Police Report: December 2015

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Thursday, December 3

Warrant Arrest, 2600 Block Palm Boulevard: Officers responded to a report of a suspicious female who had passed out inside a construction workers truck. When Officers made contact with the female, it was determined that she was under the influence of an unknown substance and unable to care for herself. Further investigation revealed that she had outstanding arrest warrants with the South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services. She was arrested and lodged in the Charleston County Detention Center.

Friday, December 4

Theft from Motor Vehicle, 57th Avenue: A victim reported that unknown person(s) entered into his unlocked parked vehicle and stole his GoPro Camera from under the driver’s seat. The stolen item is valued at approximately $425. This case has been assigned to CID for further investigation.

Petit Larceny, 41st Avenue: A victim reported that unknown person(s) stole her moped that had been parked near the entrance to the dock. The approximate value of the stolen moped is $400. This case has been assigned to CID for further investigation.

Monday, December 7

Driving Under the Influence, Palm Boulevard & 41st Avenue: An Officer stopped a vehicle for a moving violation and upon contact with the driver suspected that she was under the influence. The Officer asked the driver if she had been drinking and she said she had. The Officer then requested that the driver perform Standardized Field Sobriety Tests and at the conclusion of the testing, placed her under arrest. The Officer transported the driver to the IOPPSB for DMT Testing, where she provided a breath sample with a .22% BAC. The driver was lodged in the Charleston County Detention Center.

Saturday. December 12

Warrant Arrest, 1300 Block Ocean Boulevard: An Officer got out with an occupied suspicious vehicle parked in a private parking lot. The Officer identified the occupants and further investigation revealed that one of the subjects had an outstanding arrest warrant with a local agency. The subject was arrested and transferred to the Charleston City Police Department.

Driving Under Suspension, 14th Avenue: An Officer stopped a vehicle for an equipment violation and after checking the driver’s information, learned that he was under suspension for financial responsibility. The driver was arrested and lodged in the Charleston County Detention Center.

Domestic Violence, 1000 Block Ocean Boulevard: Officers responded to a report of a domestic violence situation and made contact with a male subject who had cuts and scratches on his face. Further investigation revealed that the couple was arguing at a local establishment and the male subject left, but the female subject followed him back to the room. She continued arguing and escalated to physically injuring the male subject. He was able to step away from her and call 9-1-1 and while speaking with the Call Taker, the female subject snatched the cell phone from him and threw it from the third floor balcony. The female subject was arrested and lodged in the Charleston County Detention Center.

Tuesday, December 15

Vandalism, 600 Block Carolina Boulevard: A victim reported that unknown person(s) broke out the passenger’s front window of their vehicle while parked in the driveway. The approximate cost of the damage is $150. This case has been assigned to CID for further investigation.

Friday, December 18

Driving Under the Influence, 1200 Block of Palm Boulevard: An Officer was conducting a business check, observed a vehicle pull into the parking lot that matched the description of being involved in an earlier incident where the driver was reported to be intoxicated. The Officer stopped the driver and determined that he was possibly under the influence. When asked if he had been drinking, he stated that he had a couple of drinks. The Officer requested that the driver perform Standardized Field Sobriety Tests. At the conclusion of the tests, the driver was placed under arrest. The driver was transported to the IOPPSB for DMT Testing, where he provided a breath sample with a .21% BAC. The driver was lodged in the Charleston County Detention Center.

Underage Possession of Alcohol, 900 Block Carolina Boulevard: Officers responded to the area after receiving information of a possible underage drinking party. When they arrived in the area, they saw several subjects walking and attempted to speak with them. The subjects took off running towards a nearby house. The Officers made contact with several subjects at the house, saw many beer cans and determined that everyone was under the age of 21. Officers arrested and released twenty subjects to their parents. Further investigation revealed that the owner of the house did not know his child was at the house having a party.

Saturday, December 19

Drug Violation, 3300 Block Palm Boulevard: An Officer was conducting a Special Patrol Request of property, at the request of the owner because of trespassers, when voices were heard coming from inside the wooded area where a “hide-out” had been set up. The Officer made contact with the subjects and could smell marijuana emitting from their person. Further investigation resulted in a quantity of marijuana and other narcotics being located, with one of the subjects admitting that it belonged to her. She was placed under arrest and lodged at the Charleston County Detention Center.

Driving Under the Influence, 1400 Block Palm Boulevard: An Officer responded to a collision involving two vehicles. Further investigation revealed that the driver of one of the vehicles was possibly under the influence. When asked if she had been drinking, she denied drinking any alcohol, but had drunk much earlier. The Officer requested the driver perform Standardized Field Sobriety Tests. At the conclusion of testing, she was placed under arrest. The driver was transported to the IOPPSB for DMT Testing, where she refused to provide a breath sample. The driver was charged and lodged in the Charleston County Detention Center.

Sunday, December 20

Driving Under the Influence, Palm Boulevard & 13th Avenue: An Officer stopped a vehicle for traveling 72 MPH in a posted 55 MPH speed zone. When speaking with the driver, the Officer saw an open bottle of beer in the center console. Further investigation revealed that the driver was possibly under the influence. The Officer asked him if he had been drinking and he admitted to drinking earlier, but was just going to the beach. The Officer asked the driver to perform Standardized Field Sobriety Tests. At the conclusion of the testing, he was placed under arrest. The driver was transported to the IOPPBS for DMT Testing, where he provided a breath sample of .13% BAC. The driver was lodged in the Charleston County Detention Center.

Monday, December 21

Driving Under the Influence, IOP Connector: An Officer stopped a vehicle for multiple moving violations. While speaking with the driver, the Officer observed an open bottle of beer on the backseat floorboard and asked the driver if she had been drinking. The driver admitted to drinking, but did not know how much. The Officer requested that she perform Standardized Field Sobriety Tests. At the conclusion of testing, she was placed under arrest. The driver was transported to the IOPPSB for DMT Testing, where she refused to provide a breath sample. The driver was lodged in the Charleston County Detention Center.

Drug Violation, Palm Boulevard & 5th Avenue: An Officer stopped a vehicle for traveling 47 MPH in a posted 35 MPH speed zone. As the Officer approached the vehicle, it was observed that the inside of the vehicle was filled with smoke and when the driver rolled down the window it came billowing out, at which time the Officer identified the smell as burnt marijuana. The Officer asked the driver if he had more marijuana and he handed him a clear plastic baggie with approximately a couple of grams of marijuana. The driver was placed under arrest and released to his parents.

Tuesday, December 22

Grand Larceny, 500 Block Palm Boulevard: A victim reported that unknown person(s) stole money from a safe located inside her residence where renovations were taking place. The approximate amount of money stolen is $3,000. The on-duty Investigator responded to the residence and processed several items. This case has been assigned to CID for further investigation.

Wednesday, December 23

Driving Under the Influence- Palm Boulevard & 38th Avenue: An Officer stopped a vehicle for moving violations. Contact with the driver revealed that he was possibly under the influence. When asked on a scale of Oto 10, how intoxicated did he believe that he was, with him replying about a four. The Officer requested that the driver perform Standardized Field Sobriety Tests. At the conclusion of the testing, he was placed under arrest. The driver was transported to the IOPPSB for DMT Testing, where he refused to provide a breath sample. The driver was lodged in the Charleston County Detention Center.

Thursday, December 24

Suspicious Person – Entire Island: Just after midnight, Officers observed suspicious white male subject dressed in a red velvet outfit, trimmed in white driving a red sleigh with 9 reindeer. One of the reindeer was identified as Rudolph by his red shiny nose. The driver of the sleigh was Santa Claus. Officers assisted him to ensure that he was able to deliver his Christmas gifts on time. As Santa left the island, he was heard to say “Merry Christmas to all and a special thanks to the Isle of Palms Police Department!”

Friday, December 25

Burglary, 8000 Block Palmetto Drive: A victim reported that unknown person(s) entered into a residence and stole items from locked closets. The approximately value of the items stolen is $1140. This case has been assigned to CID for further investigation.

Sunday, December 27

Drug Violation, Oak Harbor & 11th Avenue: An Officer patrolling a residential area observed a suspicious person sitting inside a vehicle on the side of the road. Further investigation revealed that the subject had a quantity of marijuana inside the vehicle and that he had an outstanding arrest warrant with a local agency for failure to appear for court on a previous marijuana charge. The subject was arrested, charged with drug violations and transferred to the Charleston County Sheriff’s Office for the warrant.

Wednesday, December 30

Burglary, 8500 Palmetto Drive:

A victim reported that unknown person(s) entered into the residence and stole two (2) televisions. The owner was able to provide the serial number for one of the televisions, which was entered into NCIC. This case has been assigned to CID for further investigation.

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