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Police Reports

  • 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.

  • Lancaster man, woman charged in neglect cases

    A 73-year-old Lancaster man and the mother of a premature newborn have been arrested in separate neglect cases investigated by the S.C. Department of Social Services.
    The department also notified the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office it was investigating a second case of infant neglect.
    Kimber Haldane Bucher, 73, of 2449 Downey Drive, Lancaster, was arrested June 10 for neglect of a vulnerable adult.

  • Man cornered after 2-state manhunt over kidnap-beating

    A Lancaster County man suspected of beating and kidnapping his girlfriend led officers from three jurisdictions on a two-state car chase and manhunt Tuesday morning that ended in Chesterfield County.
    Clint Dewayne Kiker, 27, of 6051 Shiloh Unity Road, was arrested on one count each of kidnapping and domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature.

  • Police Reports: June 5, 2016

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  • Lancaster man charged with sexually abusing girl

    A Lancaster man was arrested last week for sexually abusing a pre-teen girl.
    Joseph Timothy Rouse, 50, of 1539 Springdale Road, turned himself in to the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office May 26 in response to an outstanding warrant for third-degree criminal sexual conduct with a minor.
    The sheriff’s incident report said the investigation began March 22 after the victim, whom Rouse knew but was not related to, told a guidance counselor at school about the alleged abuse.
    Rouse was released under $15,000 bond.

  • 2 men arrested with drugs near Clinton Elementary

    Two Lancaster men were arrested on drug charges Thursday at a home near Clinton Elementary School.
    Demario Randell Buchanon, 33, of 622 North Market Street, was arrested at his home, according to a statement from the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office. Antonius Lamaz Thompson, 33, of Lancaster, was also arrested there.

  • Manhunt on in slaying at crowded apartments

    A Lancaster man awaiting trial for violent crimes dating back to 2010 is wanted by police in the fatal shooting of a man at Palmetto Place Apartments whose brother was murdered late last year.
    As of Tuesday afternoon, police were still searching for the suspect in Saturday’s killing, Rashad Demon Johnson, 28, of 408 Pardue St., said Lancaster Police Capt. Scott Grant.