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Crime Report - Oct. 30, 2013

Fully-clothed man arrested after being found in pool

Posted: October 29, 2013 5:46 p.m.
Updated: October 30, 2013 5:00 a.m.

Kershaw County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO) deputies arrested an 18-year-old man after finding him fully clothed in a pool at a Guion Road, Lugoff, home.

According to a KCSO incident report, a deputy responded to a call that the young man had allegedly vandalized a vehicle at the scene. When he arrived, the deputy found glass on the ground near three vehicles, as well as broken bricks and an uprooted plant. The homeowner said he and his wife were eating dinner when they heard loud noises coming from outside. He said when they went outside, they found the man “squealing like a girl,” on top of one his wife’s car. The man also said he threatened to shoot the subject if he didn’t get down from the car.

At that point, the young man reportedly jumped in the pool. According to the incident report, the subject screamed when he saw the deputy, but complied with the deputy’s commands. The deputy then called the subject’s mother who said she thought her son was at a friend’s house. The mother of one of the young man’s friends came to the scene and told deputies when she arrived home, her son had taken the young man’s keys, forcing him to leave on foot with no shoes on.

Deputies transported the subject to the Kershaw County Detention Center.

The KCSO reported the following other incidents during the period of Oct. 21-27:

The KCSO is searching for a man impersonating one of their own. An unidentified man driving a blue or black four-door car with red and blue lights and a siren recently tried to pull over a woman on Koon Road in Lugoff. He reportedly sped off when the woman reached for her cell phone to see if he was a legitimate deputy. The woman said she saw the suspect try to pull someone else over, but could not see the driver.

“You ain’t getting my truck today,” a Florence man told a repossessor as they tried to remove his truck. The Florence man reportedly hopped in the truck and drove it off a loading ramp, running over the repossossor’s foot as he drove off.

An Elgin man reported that his 5-year-old son had been sexually assaulted by his mother’s boyfriend in the state of Virginia after he began acting strangely when he returned to South Carolina.

Someone stole an estimated $300 in decorations and $130 worth of tools off the back of a truck parked on Mt. Zion Road, Camden.

Someone stole almost $2,000 worth of guns, jewelry and electronics from a home on Oak Street, Lugoff.

An unknown subject stole 8 gallons of pecans from a home on Ed Baxley Road, Kershaw.

A Columbia man was arrested for providing alcohol to a minor.

A Camden man is accused of sexually assaulting a minor.

County deputies also assisted other agencies, served bench warrants and dealt with 21 simple assaults; eight vandalisms; six burglaries; five thefts from motor vehicles; four harassments; three cases of criminal domestic violence; two public disorderly conducts, DUIs, intimidations and incorrigibles; and one theft of an iPhone, breach of trust, failure to stop for blue lights, simple possession of marijuana, shoplifting, driving under suspension and no insurance.

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A Camden woman allegedly threw a soda can at another Camden woman’s car, scratching the passenger side of the vehicle. The victim told Camden Police Department (CPD) officers the subject may have thrown the can at her car because she is dating the subject’s ex-boyfriend.

The CPD reported the following other incidents during the period of Oct. 21-27:

Someone broke into a home on Broad Street, made a sandwich and left. The owner of the home said the unknown subject must have been in her home for a while because a microwave that she left unplugged was plugged in the socket.

An unidentified man stole items from a Camden retail store and tried to return them without a receipt. After the return was denied, the man walked out of the store with the DVDs.

A woman allegedly forged her husband’s name on a $200 check while he was incarcerated for criminal domestic violence charges against her.

A Camden woman was allegedly sexually assaulted when she went to get a tattoo in Lugoff.

Someone stole 50 bags of dog food, worth $1,750, from a Camden business.

Camden officers also assisted other agencies, served bench warrants and dealt with four public disorderly conducts; three shopliftings; two trespassings, DUIs and driving under suspension; and one fraud, bank fraud, communicating threats, indecent exposure, stolen tag, malicious injury of real property, theft from a motor vehicle, stolen cell phone, vandalism of property, civil disturbance, harassment, prowler, trespass notice issued, debit/credit card, burglary and theft from building.

 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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