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Police Reports

  • Police Blotter: Aug. 24, 2016

    From Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office reports:
    ◆ The owner of Covenant Landscape Group reported Aug. 15 that someone entered the business at 9559 Charlotte Highway, Suite B, and stole $5,900 worth of tools and equipment over the weekend. The incident report said there was no sign of forced entry.
    Among the missing tools were a Wacker brand plate tamp, two Stihl blowers, two Husquavarna concerete saws and two pole hedge trimmers.

  • Nappers nabbed on drug charges in Walmart lots

    If you’re going to pass out or fall asleep in your car in a Walmart parking lot, be careful about what’s in the car with you.
    Three people were arrested this week after two separate incidents in Indian Land and Lancaster during which officers were called to awaken people in their cars and reported finding drugs inside.
    The most recent incident occurred about 1 a.m. Wednesday and resulted in the arrest of an Indian Land man on methamphetamine charges.

  • Glock .45, stack of cash, and backpack stuffed with heroin, crack

    After a months-long investigation, a Heath Springs man was charged with heroin trafficking after his arrest Thursday while he was carrying $9,500 in cash, a .45-caliber pistol and a backpack full of drugs.
    Jarvis Mandrell Anthony, 37, of 2520 Tucker Road, Heath Springs, was arrested on multiple drug and weapons charges outside his home during the culmination of a Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office drug investigation that began last year, sheriff’s spokesman Doug Barfield said.

  • Lancaster man charged in pot bust

    A Lancaster man was arrested Thursday afternoon after 1.2 pounds of marijuana with a street value of about $1,500 was found in his car during a traffic stop Thursday.
    Charles Vincent Brown, 32, of 2141 Green Peach Road, was charged with second-offense possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and resisting arrest.
    Police also seized a 9mm Glock pistol found inside his car and several bank debit cards, as well as more than $1,800 cash that Brown had on him at the time.

  • Internet scam costs IL man, daughter $11K

    A 65-year-old Indian Land man was the target of a so-called “sweetheart scam” that ended up costing him and his daughter more than $11,000.
    According to a July 27 Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office incident report, the man’s 35-year-old daughter said her father began messaging a woman who called herself Sharon Jones in early June.
    The daughter said Jones eventually convinced her father she was stuck at the Canadian border and couldn’t get across without his financial help.

  • Women’s car hit by gunfire

    The Lancaster Police Department is investigating an attempted murder that occurred Monday night when someone fired shots at a woman and her passengers as they drove down an east Lancaster street.
    No one was hurt in the incident.
    According to the Lancaster Police incident report, the shooting happened about 10:20 p.m. as the 20-year-old driver and her 23- and 19-year-old passengers were traveling on East Gay Street.

  • Subway in Indian Land robbed

    An armed robber and his accomplice targeted the Subway restaurant in Indian Land Saturday night, according to a Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office incident report.
    According to the report, the robbery occurred about 9 p.m. when a man wearing a black mask over his face and black socks on his hands walked into the store at 9789 Charlotte Highway with a revolver.

  • Four arrested Friday in Hood Street drug raid

    Four Lancaster men were arrested on a slew of felony drug charges following a multi-agency raid led by the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office at a home on Hood Street in Lancaster.
    Arrested in Friday’s raid at 202 West Hood St. were Robrentay Levelle Jackson, 24, Byron Laqentin Stevens, 26, Ernest Wadell Crosby, 50, and Korickio Tonquavius Cunningham, 20.

  • Man charged with drawing pistol on cop

    A Lancaster man armed with a stolen pistol faces multiple charges after an early Sunday tussle and foot chase near the hospital with a city police officer and a county deputy.
    Anthony Belk, 28, of 915 15th St. was arrested just after midnight Saturday.
    He is charged with resisting arrest with a deadly weapon, unlawful carrying of a pistol, possession of a stolen handgun and possession of a firearm with an obliterated serial number. He was later charged with disorderly conduct.
    He is jailed at the Lancaster County Detention on a $14,000 bond.

  • Sheriff’s Office asks public for information in IL burglary

    The Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in identifying two people who broke into a townhouse in Indian Land’s Brookchase neighborhood June 7 while the resident’s girlfriend was home.
    Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Doug Barfield said the 20-year-old woman was home alone about 1:30 a.m. that day in a downstairs back bedroom of the townhouse on Heather Chase Drive when she heard a noise outside the window.