Police Blotter: Man, house hit by car driven by girlfriend

  • Friday, December 19, 2014

A man from the 1900 block of Carvers Bay Road reported that his girlfriend recently tried to kill him with her car.

The man said his girlfriend ó a 28-year-old woman from Andrews ó had been drinking because the next day was her birthday. The man said they were in the front yard arguing when she jumped in her car.

The man said he started walking away and his girlfriend revved the engine and then struck him with the vehicle.

The man said when he saw the car coming, he jumped into the air to keep from going under the vehicle. He said the car hit his legs and he hit the windshield. The car then hit the manís house causing extensive damage.

The man said his girlfriend then put the car in reverse causing him to fall off the hood.

He had cuts on his face as a result of the incident. He also had some damage to his right knee.

The woman was later arrested and was charged with attempted murder. She was released from jail under a $30,000 bond.

Stolen guns

A man from Burdette Loop in the McDonald Road area reported a burglary at his home.

He said he recently returned home and saw his front door has been pried open. Missing from a bedroom were two shotguns and one rifle. The man gave a deputy the name of a possible suspect, but so far no arrests have been made.

Money stolen

A woman from Fair Lane says she believes her boyfriend is responsible for the theft of money from her bedroom.

She said on a recent morning she had her boyfriend take her to work and asked him to drop off her belongings at her house.

When the woman returned home that night, she found her wallet open on her dresser and $140 in cash was missing.

The woman said she received a text from her boyfriend ó a 24-year-old Georgetown man ó who said he had left her belongings on her dresser. She said that he has taken money from her in the past.

Suspicious man gets away

Deputies responded to the 300 block of Garden Avenue in Kensington recently after a woman said she saw a suspicious man walking from her yard.

The woman said the man ran away when he saw that he had been spotted. The woman said she followed him until he ran in the woods in the area of Walmart.

As deputies canvassed the area, they saw a man who possibly fit the description. However, the woman said he was not the man she saw in her yard. The man was arrested when he was found in possession of drug paraphernalia, according to the report.

The man who was seen in the womanís yard was not found.

Counterfeit bill passed to man

A man from Glenda loop in Georgetown County called a deputy to his home Dec. 1 because of counterfeit money.

The man said he was sitting on his front porch when another man walked up and asked if he had change for a $20 bill. The victim said he gave the man two $5 bills and one $10 bill in exchange for the $20 dollar bill that was later determined to be counterfeit.

The victimís girlfriend said she believes the suspect is a 25-year-old Georgetown man. The case is still under investigation.

Tires slashed

A deputy was dispatched to meet with a 41-year-old Georgetown man who said the tires on his car were slashed while he was visiting a friend in the 3300 block of South Fraser Street.

The man said he believes a 43-year-old Maryville woman is responsible for the vandalism because she had threatened to cut his tires. He said she is upset because he owes her $10.

The man also said his friend received a text message from the woman who admitted to cutting the tires.

Itís believed the woman used a box cutter to cut the tires. So far no arrests have been made.

Information is subject to change as investigations proceed. Individuals arrested and/or charged have not been convicted.


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