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Crime Report - July 31, 2013

Elgin man allegedly attacks ex’s new beau

Posted: July 30, 2013 4:14 p.m.
Updated: July 31, 2013 5:00 a.m.

 

An Elgin man allegedly kicked in the door of a woman’s house after her current boyfriend threatened that there “was going to be a problem” if the subject kept calling the woman. The current boyfriend told deputies that while at his girlfriend’s home, the subject kept calling her, even after she told him to stop calling.

About 30 minutes after the boyfriend told the man to stop calling, the Elgin man reportedly started knocking on the door. When the couple didn’t answer the door, he allegedly kicked it in and approached the boyfriend with a handgun and pulled the trigger.

The gun misfired twice, before the victim grabbed a baseball bat to defend himself, but the subject fled the home.

The KCSO reported the following other incidents during the period of July 22-28:

The KCSO is investigating a report that a 15-year-old boy raped a 13-year-old girl. The girl’s father said his daughter’s behavior changed, requiring psychiatric help. The father said the boy’s mother called him and explained what had happened, and reportedly said her son has allegedly “done this to girls before.”

A Camden woman reported that her son swindled his grandfather out of more than $39,000 by forging checks and getting his grandfather to sign checks for the subject’s own gain. The woman reported that her son has a drug problem.

A Lugoff mother reported that a 21-year-old woman had sex with her juvenile son. The mom found several text messages between her son and the 21-year old and told deputies that the woman claims to be mentally ill.

A 94-year-old woman said her great-granddaughter took her department store credit card, a book of checks and two silverware sets from her home. The subject allegedly wrote and cashed checks for almost $1,000.

A 48-year-old man who was drinking with his 16- and 18-year old relatives said they two teens beat him up after they accused him of stealing a bottle of wine.

An unknown subject entered a home on Cricket Hill Drive, Lugoff, and stole more than $3,500 in guns, jewelry, medicine and alcohol.

An unknown subject entered a home on Old Georgetown Road, Kershaw and stole almost $200 in groceries and deer meat.

A woman accused her mother of stealing more than $20,000 from her during a 15-year period.

Someone broke into a Camden woman’s apartment and stole her shoes.

A juvenile teen reported that her older sister’s boyfriend raped her after he and her sister got into an argument about a month ago.

County deputies also assisted other agencies, served bench warrants and dealt with 23 simple assaults; nine larcenies; seven pubic disorderly conducts; six DUIs and vandalisms; four burglaries and bad checks; three intimidations, possessions with intent to distribute marijuana and failures to stop for blue lights; two trespassings, breaches of peace and ATM/credit card machine fraud; and one death, impersonation, stolen tag, drunkenness, criminal domestic violence, incorrigible, found or destroyed marijuana plant, liquor law violation and driving under suspension. 

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The CPD reported the following incidents during the period of July 22-28:

Someone used an Irmo woman’s credit card to purchase more than $200 at a Camden retail store.

Someone stole a gun from a home on North Broad Street.

Someone scratched a cuss word into a car parked on Campbell Street.

Camden officers also assisted other agencies, served bench warrants and dealt with six trespassing; four public disorderly conducts; and one malicious injury to real property, vulnerable adult, simple assault,  larceny, motor vehicle theft, burglary, providing false info to police, muffler violation, driving under suspension, liquor law violation and counterfeiting.

 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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