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Crime Report - Oct. 2, 2013

KCSO handles multiple marijuana cases

Posted: October 1, 2013 6:10 p.m.
Updated: October 2, 2013 5:00 a.m.

Kershaw County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO) deputies handled several marijuana cases recently

In one case, deputies discovered that a man they arrested on pending warrants had more than 100 grams of marijuana in his vehicle. Deputies pulled the driver over for failing to use his turn signals twice. After contact with the driver, the responding deputy reported smelling marijuana in the vehicle. When both the driver and rear passenger got out of the car, the passenger admitted that he had marijuana in the vehicle. The deputy found about 110 grams of marijuana. Deputies arrested both the driver and the passenger for possession with possession with intent to distribute marijuana and within the vicinity of a school. Deputies also issued the driver a warning for failing to activate turn signal and a ticket for no proof of insurance.

Next, deputies handcuffed five people at a home on New Castle Lane in east Camden, while narcotics agents searched the home for drugs Friday. The agents found 198 grams of marijuana in the home, along with digital scales. Narcotics agents also noted that two children lived at the residence, although they weren’t home at the time. Deputies called the Department of Social Services to evaluate the living conditions of the home after finding mold and cockroaches in the bedrooms and kitchen, according to a KCSO incident report. A female and male resident were arrested and charged with possession with intent to distribute marijuana.

Finally, as the C-I reported Sept. 25, deputies arrested a man out on bond on previous drug charges for failing to stop for a blue light, possession with intent to distribute marijuana and aggravated assault for striking the deputy’s patrol car. Deputies seized 7 ounces of marijuana, packaged for sale; a .40 cal. Glock handgun and approximately $2,200 cash.

The KCSO reported the following other incidents during the period of Sept. 23-29:

A 70-year-old Ridgeway woman reported that a 62-year-old Winnsboro man stole approximately $3,000 in jewelry from her home while he was pretending to use the bathroom. The woman thought it was suspicious that the man had come to visit her for the second time in a matter of a few weeks. When the man said he had to leave immediately after he came from the back of the home, she went into her room and noticed that her jewelry box had been tampered with. The woman called the man’s sister and she convinced him to take the woman’s jewelry back. The Ridgeway woman said a diamond ring is still missing and told deputies that she wanted to press charges.

A man pretending to be a Kershaw County utility employee tried to collect $94 in utility bills and a “reconnect” bill of $64 from a Camden discount store. The store clerk told the man that they pay utilities through the city of Camden and the man left. The woman said the unknown man didn’t give a name and didn’t have a logo on his vehicle.

An intoxicated Camden man allegedly hit a woman and drove into a home on Old Rail Road north of Camden. Deputies located the man near Lockhart Road with the car having broken down. Deputies issued the man citations for public disorderly conduct and open container. It turned out he damaged his own home.

A woman reported being assaulted and robbed as she walked to a store on Jefferson Davis Highway. The woman said the unknown subject hit her and stole her purse, which contained $105 in cash and some personal information.

A woman reported that two men driving around in a black Nissan Sentra were trying to impersonate cops by using a siren. The car didn’t have any blue lights, but did have a siren that sounded similar to a police siren, she said.

A juvenile told her mother that her grandfather allegedly touched her inappropriately. The child’s older sister reportedly told her mother that she saw the incident happen.

Deputies issued a man a trespassing notice after he reportedly got angry and cussed at administrators at a Kershaw County School District elementary school.

A woman’s ex-boyfriend allegedly broke into her home using a tire iron and punched the victim’s new male friend in the face three times.

Someone broke into a home on Bunker Hill Road, Lugoff, and stole almost $2,000 in jewelry and weapons.

An 8-year-old girl reported to her guardian that her 12-year-old brother sexually assaulted her.

Someone stole approximately $2,000 in yard tools from a home one Koon Road, Lugoff.

A man allegedly swindled his mother out of $1,000 to purchase drugs.

County deputies also assisted other agencies, served bench warrants and dealt with 14 simple assaults; eight vandalisms; seven harassments; six burglaries; five public disorderly conducts; four DUIs and larcenies; three driving under suspensions and intimidations; two simple possessions of marijuana, bad checks., breaches of trust and runaways; and one theft of a trailer, criminal domestic violence, liquor law violation, violation of a restraining order and breach of peace.

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According to a Camden Police Department (CPD) report, a man reported being assaulted by a man who thought he was a narcotics agent.

The subject allegedly pushed the man to the ground and started kicking his head and body. EMS transported the victim to the hospital.

The CPD reported the following other incidents during the period of Sept. 23-29:

Someone stole two cell phones, two pairs of children’s jeans and a bottle of prescription medicine from a vehicle parked in a Camden shopping center parking lot. 

Camden officers also assisted other agencies, served bench warrants and dealt with two shopliftings, communicating threats, burglaries, resisting arrests, public disorderly conducts, thefts from motor vehicles and trespassings.

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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