Police Blotter: Woman leaves daughter shirtless

  • Friday, May 30, 2014

A 37-year-old woman was charged with disturbing schools May 23 after an incident involving her daughter.

The woman was called to the school because of a discipline matter with her daughter.

When she arrived at the school, her daughter was escorted to the office and the woman told her “let’s go.”

The teen did not want to leave because she wanted to talk about the matter but her mother kept saying “let’s go.”

When they got outside the school, they got in their car but the teen tried to get out. Her mother reportedly grabbed her by the shirt. As the teen tried to break free, her shirt ripped off and she ran back to the school without a shirt.

The school’s resource officer told the secretary to buzz the teen in, which she did but her mother was locked outside.

Because she had no shirt, the girl was quickly escorted to the principal’s office as her mother beat on the door demanding to be let in. After realizing she was not going to be let inside, the woman allegedly shouted “y’all can keep her” then went back to her car and sped away.

The woman was found at her house and was placed under arrest.

‘Will I go to jail for this?’

A 26-year-old woman was arrested for damaging cars at Georgetown Auto Sales on Highmarket Street May 22.

When police arrived, the woman – with whom they are very familiar – was standing with employees next to a gold Lincoln town car. The back glass was busted out.

A worker said he saw the woman break the back window and break a windshield wiper from the car.

The woman asked the officer if she had to go back to jail “for hitting the car.”

The answer was “yes.”

Don’t bite the bouncer

Deputies were sent to the Hot Fish Club in the 4900 block of Highway 17 Business in Murrells Inlet because a 23-year-old woman from Effingham was causing problems.

The deputy saw the woman shouting at a group of people getting into a taxi as she was being escorted off the property by security.

The woman, who was apparently intoxicated because she could not keep her balance and smelled of alcohol, had been asked by staff to leave several times. She reportedly bit a bouncer as he was dealing with her.

No one wanted to press charges, they just wanted her gone.

Nevertheless, she was charged with disorderly conduct and was taken to jail.

Illegal tattooing?

Central Dispatch received an “anonymous suspicious call” about illegal tattooing taking place in the 3500 block of Highway 17 Business in Murrells Inlet May 17.

A deputy spoke with a co-owner of the business who reportedly did not want to cooperate when asked if he had a business license.

A secretary said they did have a license but was unable to produce the documentation.

They then said they had applied for the license and had been given permission by the county to conduct business.

Although they could not prove they had a business license, they were able to produce a Santee Cooper statement and a fire inspection form.

The deputy noted he did not see any tattooing equipment while on the scene.

Warns he can flip out

A 60-year-old man from the 600 block of Blackberry Ave. in Murrells Inlet was charged with domestic violence because of a May 17 incident.

The man was reportedly knocking on his front door to be let inside but his wife was unable to get up to open the door because of a disability.

The man got mad because he thought his wife had taken too much medicine.

The deputy noticed the man smelled of alcohol and was slurring his words.

The man told the officer he is known to be crazy. He said he could “flip out” on the deputy at any moment.

His wife said he hit her twice with his leather jacket and threatened to kill her, the report states.

Information is subject to change as the investigation proceeds. Individuals arrested and/or charged have not been convicted.

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