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Police Blotter: Surveillance camera stolen from under bed

  • Monday, April 1, 2013

  • Updated Monday, September 23, 2013 10:54 am

A former tenant of a house in the 1000 block of South Waccamaw Drive in Garden City is accused of stealing a surveillance camera from the house before she vacated the property.
A property manager who said as part of her duties, she installs security cameras.
She said after the suspect left, she and her husband went to the house to clean. That is when she discovered the camera, which had been set up under a bed, was gone.
While the deputy was on the scene, the owner contacted the suspect on the phone who agreed to pay for the camera.

Large gas theft

More than $1,050 worth of gas was reported stolen from Wedgefield Plantation Golf Course on Tuesday morning.
Someone removed 263 gallons of gas from a storage tank near the golf cart shed. The theft occurred after 10 p.m. Monday but before 7 a.m. Tuesday.
No suspects have been named.

Threatening texts

Threatening texts were sent to a man from Deep Creek Drive on Tuesday.
The 27-year-old man said the messages from someone he does not know came from a Google app and it had a photo attached of his girlfriend’s car parked in front of her mother’s house.
The sender of the message states in a text that the victim was going to get hurt and he was not good enough for his girlfriend.
The man said his girlfriend was receiving similar messages.

Stolen trailer

A $1,500 utility trailer was reported stolen from the 3800 block of Highway 17 Business in Murrells Inlet March 25.
The owner said he was informed by a neighbor he saw someone drive up to the boat and trailer storage area in Marina Colony. He said they hooked up to the red utility trailer and drove away.
The witness was unable to see the driver or get a license tag number.

Stolen golf clubs
A vacationing Pennsylvania man returned home without his golf clubs after they were stolen from True Blue Golf Course.
The man said when he and some friends completed a round of golf March 25, he was approached by an employee who said he would take the golf cart and clubs to the bag drop and clean them.
The man agreed and watched as the worker drove to the bag drop and removed the bag from the cart.
After eating supper, the victim discovered his golf clubs and bag were missing.
The value of the set is about $1,200.

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


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