Police Blotter: No underage citations issued

  • Wednesday, July 2, 2014

A Litchfield Beach and Golf security guard called a deputy to Retreat Beach Circle June 16 because of people with glass containers on the beach.

The guard said she saw three males with a cooler full of glass bottles.

The guard said she told them glass was not allowed on the beach but she was ignored.

The deputy found the trio and asked them to open the cooler, which they did. Inside was a variety of alcoholic beverages.

The deputy escorted the three, ages 19-21, back to their hotel room with the cooler.

“I used officer discretion and only wrote them citations for glass on the beach instead of also charging them with minor in possession and liquor on the beach,” the deputy wrote in his report.

The beverages were thrown away by the deputy who returned the empty cooler to the men.

Dogs cause nuisance

A man from Lance Lane called 911 June 15 to file a complaint about noise coming from All4Paws which is near his home.

The dispatcher reported she too could hear the “rather loud” noise through the phone as she was speaking to the complainant.

The man told the deputy the noise is a “constant nuisance” and many times it is multiple dogs barking at the same time.

The deputy, who said he heard the barking dogs while he was at the complainant’s home, said he could find no prior noise complaints filed against All4Paws.

The deputy met with an employee of the business and issued a noise ordinance violation warning.

Car vandalized

A Murrells Inlet woman says her vehicle was vandalized while she was inside Health Point in Pawleys Island on June 21.

The woman said when she walked out of the gym she saw the side rear window of her vehicle was broken.

She did not see anything missing from the car.

Employees said they did not see anyone around the vehicle.

Missing file

A deputy met with an owner of JP Auto Sales in Pawleys Island on June 17 because of a missing file.

The owner said she wrote up an employee on June 13 and when she arrived at work June 16 she looked for the form to place it in the man’s work file. However, she could not find the form and then discovered his entire file was missing.

The owner said she does not believe the worker took the file because he did not have access to the office and filing cabinet. But she did not know who is responsible.

Damaged door

When an employee of Inlet Cardiopulmonary and Associates on Ocean Highway in Pawleys Island arrived at work June 20, she found the rear glass door of the building broken.

Nothing appeared to be missing from inside the business.

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

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