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2:29 am on Friday November 23, 2012

Two teens arrested after Mossy Oaks thefts from unlocked cars

Flickr user foshydog It's easier than ever to lock your doors, so why not? Headline says it all, two teens are accused of stealing items from unlocked cars on Royal Oaks Street on Tuesday. I'll point you to The Island Packet's brief; read it here....
2:27 am on Wednesday June 20, 2012

More than a dozen car thefts in Southern Beaufort County (Update: Arrests)

Flickr user foshydog It's easier than ever to lock your doors, so why not? (Updates at the bottom.) Two Bluffton vehicles disappeared from their owners on Tuesdays after the trucks were left unlocked and the keys not far away; check out The Island...
2:24 am on Friday January 6, 2012

Car burglary streak in Mossy Oaks (Update: Arrests)

Flickr user foshydog It's easier than ever to lock your doors, so why not? Update January 6: The Beaufort Police department is passing along word that it has apprehended two suspects in the string of thefts from and of cars in the Mossy Oaks area....
8:33 am on Sunday August 21, 2011

Beaufort man wanted in Hilton Head car break-in

Jermaine Bernard Butler A Beaufort man is wanted on suspicion of breaking into a car on Hilton Head last month. The The Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office is looking for 20-year old Jermaine Bernard Butler, III who is currently wanted on one count...
4:11 am on Saturday July 16, 2011

West Ashley neighborhood shook after bizarre robbery (update: arrest)

Image by Flickr user Jillian Anne Photography Update July 16: A week after the incident, 23-year-old Brian Thomas Rogers has been arrested and charged with second-degree burglary and petit larceny. Somehow I doubt they'll go easy on him. First...
1:20 pm on Saturday April 9, 2011

For $20: Men break in, force North Charleston woman at knifepoint

Image by Flickr user AMagill Police are looking for two men that are said to have pulled off a rather odd robbery — all for $20. The men are said to have, over a period of about 30 minutes, have rung a Coosaw Creek woman's doorbell multiple times...
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