Suspect accused of stealing car
A Charlotte man, who is wanted by the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department as a suspect in an armed robbery and attempted murder, is accused of stealing a car on Lynwood Farms Drive in Fort Mill Township on Saturday, May 24, according to a York County Sheriff's office report.
Timothy Mackey, 22, of 3022 Leroy St., is accused of stealing his girlfriend's father's car after an argument early that morning, according to the report. Mackey said he was going to Rock Hill, but police haven't been able to locate him. The report said the car, a black 2008 Scion worth about $24,000, was recovered on Reynolds Street in Rock Hill.
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A store on Hwy. 160 West was robbed of two riding mowers on Thursday, May 22, according to a Fort Mill Police Department report.
An unknown suspect stole two John Deere riding mowers after cutting a chain link fence in the rear of store. The report stated that the damage was $1,000 and the mowers' total value was listed at $3,498.
A Fort Mill Township woman's car was vandalized and broken into on the exit ramp of Hwy. 160 West off I-77 on Monday, May 26, according to a sheriff's office report.
The car's windows were broken and the car was spray painted with red, gang-related graffiti, according to the report. The report said the word, "Blood," and the letters, "QC," were sprayed on the car. A car radio, valued at $500, was stolen.
The total damage is $2,000. The owner said she ran out of gas and left the car.
Diesel fuel stolen
Construction equipment left at a site on Doby's Bridge Road had its diesel fuel siphoned out sometime between Monday, May 19, and Tuesday, May 20, according to a Fort Mill Police Department report.
The report stated that about 450 gallons of fuel estimated to be worth $2,000 was stolen from the site.
- By Chris Corrado
• Police reports of all felonies and any major misdemeanors are compiled weekly from local law enforcement agency records. Charges do not necessarily result in a conviction, and people who are arrested are innocent until proven guilty.