The following is a summary of some of the police activity on the Isle of Palms during the month of January.
A victim reported that unknown subjects forced open a secured door in her garage. The victim, a renter, was unsure if anything was stolen.
A woman reported that two lawnmowers and a pole trimmer were stolen from her residence.
A woman told police that her ex-boyfriend had been calling and texting her, threatening to send lewd pictures of her to her friends and family if she didn’t return communication.
A woman reported that her live-in boyfriend pushed her and took her car keys so she couldn’t leave the residence. According to the victim, he attempted to force open the bedroom door where she was hiding from him.
A complainant said that someone entered his home through an unlocked door and stole four TVs and wall mounts.
A victim reported that her ex-roommate stole a bag containing personal information from the residence.
A victim reported that her live-in boyfriend had assaulted her by hitting her in the face and numerous other places on her body. She also said he pulled her hair and strangled her.
Someone broke into a residence through a secure door and stole six TVs, a bed sheet, and some pillows.
A victim reported that someone damaged her car by throwing a brick through the front windshield. The suspect also punctured her tires. Three juveniles were seen in the area an hour before.
Someone cause malicious damage to the doors and stalls of the public restroom at Grand Pavilion.
A victim told officers that someone entered his unlocked car and stole his iPhone 4s.
A victim told officers that someone entered into his unlocked car and stole three iPods and a 3D Nintendo DS.
Someone broke into an unlocked car and stole a Valentine radar detector.
A victim reported that someone stole copper wiring from a house under construction by cutting and stripping the wiring from the walls.
A victim reported that his estranged wife physically assaulted him by pushing him and hitting him in the ribs with her elbow.
A victim reported that someone stole the license plate from one of his cars parked in his driveway outside his house.
During the month of January, officers issued 19 Business Check notices to business owners/employees advising them that their business was found unsecure. There were 9 Victim of Crime forms completed.
During the month of January, 429 traffic stops were initiated. Five collisions occurred.