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According to Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office reports:
u A Lancaster man reported his four-wheeler was stolen sometime between March 31 and April 1. The West Shore Drive resident told deputies he noticed his blue Yamaha 350cc Raptor four-wheeler was missing when we left his house early on April 1. A neighbor told deputies he saw a young man driving the four-wheeler earlier that morning, and that the man also stopped to pick up another man, according to a sheriff’s office incident report. The owner of the four-wheeler later told deputies he found four-wheeler tracks leading into the woods near his home, the report said. Estimated value of the four-wheeler is $3,500.
u Two women were arrested after deputies found various drugs in their car during a traffic stop along Springdale Road March 31. Karli Ann Threatt, 19, 2020 Eagle Point, Lancaster was arrested for possession of marijuana. Reagan Williams was arrested for possession of schedule IV controlled substance and no signal.
u An Indian Land man reported money stolen from his home sometime between March 20 and April 1. The Ponderosa Drive resident told deputies he was missing $1,000 he placed in an envelope inside a fireproof box.
u Deputies responded to a gas drive-off at a Lancaster gas station April 1. An employee of Enmark gas station, at 1240 Great Falls Highway, told deputies a heavy-set black man driving a silver, four-door Mercury drove off without paying for $49.45 worth of gas, a report said.
u Nakatherine Moore, 52, 313 East Marion St., Kershaw, was charged April 2 with possession of .4 grams of powder cocaine, resisting arrest and driving under suspension.
u Several jewelry items were reported missing from a Lancaster home April 3. An Old Blackmon Lane resident told deputies she discovered the items were gone from her jewelry box on April 2, but said she had a visitor the day before. The missing items include a white gold cross, a heart with red rubies and diamonds charm, a gold and silver herringbone bracelet, a mother of pearl gold charm, a gold Timex watch, a pair of gold tear drop earrings, a gold high-heel ballerina charm and a gold wedding band with five diamonds on top. Estimated value of the jewelry is $1,075.
u A moped was reported stolen April 3. A McIlwain Road resident told deputies someone stole his blue 2005 Verto Triton R3 moped from his carport sometime between April 2 and 3. Estimated value of the moped is $1,500.
u A car was vandalized in a Lancaster neighborhood sometime between April 2 and 3. The owner of the burgundy 2000 Lincoln called deputies after she discovered it had been damaged, a report said. The Hillcrest Avenue resident said someone scratched the front, back and side of the car. A deputy noticed the scratches, as well as a curse word scratched into the hood of the car, a report said. Damage is estimated at $1,500.
u Deputies carried a Lancaster woman out of her house April 6 after a neighbor reported smoke coming from the woman’s home. An Old Lynwood Circle woman called deputies at 11:14 p.m. after smelling smoke and hearing a smoke alarm in her neighbor’s house, a report said. She told deputies an elderly woman lives in the house and when she tried to find the woman, all she heard inside was grunting. Deputies responded, smelled smoke and forcibly entered the woman’s house, a report said. Once inside, deputies reported the house was engulfed in smoke and found the woman conscious but lying on the living room floor, the report said. Deputies then carried the woman outside. The Gooches and McDonald Green volunteer fire departments responded and found the source of smoke was a pot of food left on the stove, the report said. The woman was taken by ambulance to Springs Memorial Hospital for treatment, the report said.
u A car was damaged in Indian Land after it caught fire April 6. A deputy driving along Charlotte Highway saw a car on fire in the parking lot of Wendy’s restaurant, a report said. The deputy saw flames coming from under the hood of a Chevy truck, but saw the owner put the flames out with a fire extinguisher, the report said. Damage to the truck is estimated at $1,000.
u Roy Roger Hall Sr., 57, 2255 Morris Rd., was arrested April 5 for possession of crack cocaine.
u Several air conditioning units were reported stolen from a Lancaster dentist office April 8. An employee of Meeting Street Dentistry, at 1440 Meeting Street, told deputies she noticed all three of their air conditioning units were missing when she arrived at work April 8. She said someone took the units sometime between 4:30 p.m. April 7 and 7:35 a.m. April 8, a report said. Estimated value of the units is $3,000.
-Vandalism was reported at the Indian Land Volunteer Fire Department construction site April 11. Deputies spoke with a man who found damage at the site, located at 185 Six Mile Creek Rd. The man said someone came to the site between 5 p.m. April 8 and 4:30 p.m. April 9 and discharged a fire extinguisher, took apart a shop vacuum and defecated on a sheet of gypsum board, according to an incident report. The man asked deputies to place the site on the sheriff’s office nighttime property check list.
If you know anything about any of these incidents, please call the Lancaster Police Department at (803) 283-1171 or (803) 283-3313, or the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office at (803) 283-4136.
-Compiled by Chris Sardelli.