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Crime Report - Sept. 19, 2012

Man allegedly hits pregnant girlfriend with car door

Posted: September 18, 2012 5:58 p.m.
Updated: September 19, 2012 5:00 a.m.

A Cassatt man allegedly hit his pregnant girlfriend in the stomach with his car door, according to a Camden Police Department (CPD) report.

A CPD officer reported seeing people arguing near a small red car on Little Street. By the time he turned around the car was gone, but he met with a 19-year-old Camden woman who said the Cassatt man has been harassing her. She said they lived together for two months and that the man was trying to harm the unborn child because he does not want her to have the child.

The woman said she is three months pregnant, and that she planned to go to the hospital to be checkedout.

The CPD reported the following other incidents during the period of Sept. 10-17:

A former manager at a Camden OB/GYN office is suspected of stealing more than $20,000 between 2005 to 2009. The physician who owns the business told police she stopped allowing the woman to write and sign checks after she discovered the woman was writing checks to herself, but allowed the woman to continue working thinking “that would be the end of everything.” The owner then discovered that cash designated for bank deposits were not matching up with bank statements. The owner believes the woman was asking patients to pay for services in cash and then pocketing the money. The woman was allowed to take $300 to $ 900 and purchase office supplies, but never provided receipts. The woman allegedly signed the physician’s name to a five-year binding contract for office equipment without permission. The owner said that the former manager never admitted her guilt, but agreed to pay the money back when she got another job. The physician said that has yet to happen.

Someone stole a TV, a laptop and a designer wallet that contained $300 from a home on Union Street, Camden.

Someone attempted to steal $66 worth of food from a Camden grocery store.

Camden officers also assisted other agencies, served bench warrants and dealt with two trespassing; one drunkenness, open container, liquor law violations, burglary, simple marijuana, resisting arrest, harassment, breaking and entering and assault.

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The KCSO reported the following incidents during the period of Sept. 10-17:

Someone busted out a back window of a residence on Moultrie Road, Camden, and ransacked the home. The unknown suspect took a revolver, a diamond ring, stainless steel forks and spoons, a bottle of rum and bottle of peach liquor and two pillows.

Someone called a residence on Sessions Road, Elgin, and told the resident that he could win $2.5 million and a Mercedes if he sent $590 to a Jeanette Ray in Upton, Wyo., and calling a 775-number to get a security code.

A Camden woman allegedly stole an unemployment benefits card and two EBT cards from a mailbox on Humphries Road, Camden. The victims said the woman steal their things and trades them for drugs.

A Camden man was allegedly seen taking pictures of young children with his phone. When a witness asked him why he was taking pictures of a particular young girl he replied, “Because she is so cute.”

Someone vandalized a vehicle parked on Humphries Road, Camden, with salad dressing and coffee creamer. Someone also threw eggs and rocks a trailer at the same residence.

Someone took three trailer axels, five aluminum rims and various construction tools from a home on River Road, Kershaw.

Someone stole a five gallon paint bucket full of copper wire from a residence on Shannon Wood Road, Elgin.

Someone took $500 in change and an army issue-pistol from a home on Hiltons Lane, Camden.

Someone stole 20 radiators, 30 aluminum wheel rims from a residence on King Street, Lugoff.

Two dogs living at a Branches Road, Lugoff, home attacked and killed a neighbor’s small dog.

Someone found their neighbor’s dog dead with three pellet wounds on Estate Place, Camden.

Someone took a GPS system and two gift cards from a car parked on Roberts Road, Elgin.

Someone stole more than $4,000 in electronics from a home on Yorkshire Drive, Lugoff. 

Someone spray painted two vehicles parked on Laurel Crossing Drive, Lugoff, brown.

A Cassatt man threatened to shoot a woman if she didn’t give him his dog back.

Someone stole a computer monitor from a home on Sumter Highway, Camden.

Someone stole two a/c units and copper from a church on Smyrna Road, Elgin.

Someone stole copper from a residence on Standard Warehouse Road, Lugoff.

Someone stole a computer tablet from a home on Chestnut Street, Camden.

Someone stole a keyboard from a church on DeKalb School Road, Camden.

Someone wrote almost $200 in bad checks to a Camden grocery store. 

Someone stole a trailer from a residence on Autumn Lane, Lugoff.

Someone stole a dog from a residence on Railgate Loop, Lugoff.

County deputies also assisted other agencies, served bench warrants and dealt with 15 assaults; seven burglary and vandalism; six drug violations, harassment, intimidation and larceny; three criminal domestic violence and theft from a motor vehicle; two runaway, intimidation, failure to stop for blue lights, pointing and presenting a firearm and disorderly conduct; one, death, statutory rape, traffic collision, false pretense, theft from a building, gambling equipment violation, driving under suspension and breach of peace.

Incident reports are provided by the Camden Police Department and Kershaw County Sheriff’s Office and are a matter of public record under the S.C. Freedom of Information Act. If the C-I makes a mistake, it will correct it upon verification with the appropriate law enforcement agency. Readers are cautioned that other individuals may have similar or identical names as those contained in incident reports. All subjects are presumed innocent until proven guilty.

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