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Police Reports

  • Teen airlifted after she was shot at house on French St.

    A Lancaster teen was seriously wounded Saturday night when she was shot at a North French Street home in the presence of several other unsupervised juveniles.
    According to a release from the Lancaster Police Department, there were several minors inside a home in the 400 block of North French when the shooting occurred. Police responded shortly after 9 p.m. when one of the young people called 911.

  • Guard charged in SMH patient’s sex assault

    A security guard working at Springs Memorial Hospital has been charged with sexually assaulting a patient in her room Jan. 8.
    Dontrail Campbell, of 124 Tryesdale Way in Lancaster, was arrested Jan. 11 and charged with third-degree criminal sexual conduct.
    According to his arrest warrant, Campbell, 21, admitted to Lancaster police that he assaulted the patient while he was assigned to guard her room.

  • Lancaster man shot at Northwest Apartments

    A Lancaster man was shot in a crowded apartment shortly after midnight Sunday.
    The man was shot in the thigh while visiting Northwest Apartments in Lancaster. Doug Barfield, spokesman for the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office, said the shooter is believed to have been one of several men visiting the apartment who left in two different vehicles after the shooting occurred.
    The victim was driven to Springs Memorial Hospital by one of the apartment tenants after calling 911.

  • Indian Land neighborhood has wild night with break-ins

    After a harrowing Indian Land footchase and a fruitless early morning manhunt, two N.C. suspects were arrested Sunday at the Taco Bell on U.S. 521 and charged in a string of vehicle break-ins.
    Winston-Salem residents Tiyon Jamar Lucas, 20, and Malek Ja’Quay Lyons-Roberts, 18, were both charged with five counts of autobreaking. Lucas is also charged with possession of a stolen pistol, driving without a license and leaving the scene of an accident involving property damage.

  • Mmm, mmm, good! Burglary suspect goes for spaghetti, crackers

    Deputies arriving at the burglarized Aldi store in Indian Land last week found a suspect inside munching on spaghetti noodles and graham crackers.
    William Matthew Stevenson, 9380 Charlotte Highway, was charged with second-degree burglary Monday after sheriff’s deputies discovered him in the lobby of the locked Aldi store on U.S. 521.

  • Do not call 911 if all you need is a designated driver

    Lancaster police charged a woman with disorderly conduct and unlawful 911 use Dec. 30 after she allegedly called dispatchers three times asking for a designated driver.
    According to a Lancaster police report, Laquisha Shanice McIlwain, 26, called 911 first at 12:28 a.m., saying she was extremely intoxicated and needed a ride home from the Pardue Street apartment complex.
    When officers arrived there, McIlwain was nowhere to be found, so they left. At 12:52 a.m., she called 911 again, asking for a ride home from the 2000 block of Pardue Street, the report said.

  • Lancaster man charged in 2-state LSD case

    A Lancaster man was has been charged with selling an undercover operative 1,000 doses of suspected LSD, which led to the discovery of more LSD and other drugs in his home.
    Christopher Dustin Owens, 23, of 1346 Kings Circle, was charged Jan. 4 with trafficking more than 1,000 doses of LSD, trafficking more than 100 doses of Ecstasy, possession with intent to distribute marijuana and possession of a firearm during the commission of a violent crime, as well as additional drug charges in North Carolina.

  • Man charged with burglary, kidnapping in domestic case

    A Lancaster man was arrested on kidnapping and domestic violence charges Monday in a case involving his pregnant girlfriend.
    Fredrickeon Lamar “Buddy” Twitty, 24, of 1838 Steele Street, was apprehended Monday evening by the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office near Lynwood Drive.
    Twitty is charged with domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature, first-degree burglary, kidnapping and use of a firearm during the commission of a violent crime. He picked up additional drug charges during his arrest.

  • Man beats store clerk, steals $150

    A man stole $150 and some cigarettes from a South Main Street convenience store after beating the clerk until she opened the cash register.
    According to a Lancaster Police Department report, the man entered the Scotchman at 700 S. Main St. shortly after 4 a.m. Dec. 22, walked behind the counter and began punching the clerk – three times to her face and once to the side of her head – demanding that she open the cash drawer.

  • Deputy collapses during altercation

    A Lancaster County deputy collapsed shortly after 2 p.m. Wednesday while struggling with a suspect along Gold Mine Highway.
    Doug Barfield, spokesman for the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office, said deputies responded to a call about a suspicious person stepping out into the road and flagging down cars near the Flat Creek Quick Stop.
    Barfield said a deputy concluded that the suspect, Christopher Lynn Beckham, 25, might be mentally unstable and tried to place him in protective custody.