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Feb 01 2016

Sullivan’s Island Police Report: November, December 2015

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11/05 – Officers were contacted by East Cooper Hospital stating that they had a patient stating she had been sexually assaulted on Sullivan’s Island. Offices responded and escorted the victim to the MUSC for processing, during the process the victim stated to a nurse the she did not wish to pursue charges or cooperate with an investigation.

11/06 – SIPD was notified by MPPD that one of its officers had a vehicle stopped with a low speed vehicle that appeared to have been hot-wired on a trailer, the vehicle’s owner was contacted and he informed the MPPD that the vehicle was supposed to be at a residence on Sullivan’s Island, it was found that the low speed vehicle had been stolen. The subjects were arrested and lodged in the county jail.

11/07 – Officers along with SIFD and EMS responded to unresponsive male, on arrival a male subject was found to be deceased. Charleston County coroner was notified and took control of the deceased.

11/07 – Officers alone with SIFD and EMS responded to unresponsive male, on arrival a female subject was found to be deceased. Charleston County coroner was notified and took control of the deceased.

11/11 – A complainant reported that she was being harassed by phone, in that the caller kept calling her repeatedly.

11/14 – A complainant reported that his friend was missing and was unable to be contacted, after an investigation was started it was learned the missing person was in North Carolina and fine.

11/16 – A complainant reported that there was construction being conducted inside a residence late at night. Officers responded and found a subject working he was advised of the violation and he complied and quit working.

11/23 – Officers responded a report of a single vehicle accident, on arrival the officer found a vehicle had struck a tree causing major damage to the vehicle but the driver was not in the area and could not be found in the area.

11/25 – Officers received a report of a suspicious vehicle, on arrival the officers located the vehicle and the driver was unconscious at the wheel and was holding a syringe in his hand. The subject was removed from the vehicle, treated by medical first responders and lodged into the county jail.

11/29 – A subject entered Stella Maris Church during Mass, walked up the center aisle, turned and face the crowd, pulled out what appeared to be a gun and pointed it at his head. The subject was asked to leave and he complied, out the church he was detained and until police arrives and he was arrested and lodged in the county jail.

11/29 – A complainant reported that someone entered a storage room under her residence and remove some landscaping materials.

12/01 – Officers responded to a residential alarm in which they found an unsecured door, the house was checked with negative signs of a break-in; a key holder was contacted and advised.

12/04 – Officers responded to a report of an auto accident, on arrival it was discovered that the victim was walking down the road when a subject in a vehicle stuck the victim’s elbow, the vehicle stopped, there was an exchange of words and then the vehicle left the scene. An investigation was performed and the driver was located and charged.

12/04 – A complainant reported that someone had vandalized a construction site.

12/04 – After properly tagging a vehicle left on the side of the road and observing for movement for the required time the vehicle was towed as an abandoned vehicle.

12/09 – A vehicle was stopped for a traffic violation, during the stop it was learned that the vehicle registration had been suspended because of property taxes not being paid. The driver was cited for the violation and the vehicle was towed.

12/11 – A complainant reported that she was missing money from an envelope in her purse.

12/11 – A complainant reported that his daughter had been assaulted on the beach by her boyfriend but on the arrival of officers the daughter and boyfriend had left the residence and were unable to be located.

12/12 – A complainant reported that he believed there had been a theft of his water due to the large increase in is water bill, there were no leaks and there were no signs of theft.

12/13 – Officers responded to the beach in reference to a dog fight, on arrival the officer spoke to the dog owners who agreed that their dogs had been in a fight but both declined to pursue charges.

12/19 – A complainant reported that it appeared that someone had thrown eggs at his residence striking the sidewalk.

12/23 – A complainant reported that someone entered his unsecured vehicle and removed his wallet.

12/25 – A complainant reported that someone had thrown a can of stain into their pool area causing the paint to spill on the stone, tile and furniture.

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