Police Blotter: Man exposes himself to women in Andrews

  • Friday, October 11, 2013

A 35-year-old Andrews man is accused of indecent exposure because of an alleged Oct. 6 incident.
A deputy responded to Myrtle Road where a woman said she and three others saw the man exposing himself to them while they were outside.
They said he began performing indecent gestures in their presence.
Before he could be arrested, the man fled the scene on a bicycle and was unable to be located.

Mom wants bullying stopped

A woman met with an assistant principal at Carvers Bay High School Oct. 2 and reported her 15-year-old-son had possibly been assaulted by fellow students and football teammates.
The woman said her son was getting a ride home with his coach and some other teammates Sept. 30 when two of them started picking on him, poked him and pulled his shirt over his head.
While they were doing this they were hitting him on the butt, the woman told a deputy.
The woman said she was filing a complaint because her son has been bullied for years and she wanted the school officials and law enforcement to know what was happening.
The two alleged suspects admitted pulling the shirt over the victim's head but denied hitting him.
They said they are all friends and were just playing but he took it serious.
They said such incidents will not happen in the future.
The woman and her son said they did not want to press charges.

Child burned by boiling water

 A woman from Deas Drive told a deputy she was boiling corn on the cob Oct. 4 when her 3-year-old nephew pulled the pot on top of himself.
The woman said she was changing the diaper of another child when the 3-year-old said he was hungry. She told him she would get him something after she finished changing the diaper.
She said she then heard the pan hit the floor and the burned toddler was running from the kitchen. She said she raced him to the hospital.
He had severe burns on his back, the report states.
The case is under investigation.

Woman foils scam

A Lomax Court woman, who moved to Murrells Inlet about a month ago, said she was on Craigslist looking for a job.
On Sept. 27, she filled out an application online and soonafter she received a call saying she had been hired.
The caller told her he would be sending her a $2,450 check.
She was instructed to deposit the check and keep $450 for her pay and send the remaining $2,000 to an account in Arkansas for business supplies.
When the woman received the check, she began to suspect something was fishy, so she called the company named on the check.
The woman was told it was a scam and she should call police.
The woman did not deposit the check. Instead she gave it to the deputy who placed it in evidence.

Couldn't get to the bathroom

A deputy was on foot patrol on Highridge Loop in Litchfield Oaks at about 7:30 p.m. Oct. 1 when he saw a 27-year-old man who was urinating in the parking lot.
When asked why he was relieving himself outside, the man said because he had been on the phone and could not make it inside in time.
The deputy noted the smell of marijuana coming from the man's vehicle. The man, when asked, admitted having marijuana in a bag in his car.
The bag did indeed contain about four ounces of the drug. He was issued a ticket for possession of marijuana and was released on his own personal recognizance.
The report does not indicate any charges were filed for the public urination.

Patio furniture theft

More than $1,100 worth of patio furniture was reported stolen from the 300 block of South Dunes Drive in Litchfield by the Sea Sept. 30.
The furniture had been stored in the victim's  garage while renovations to the patio took place.

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