A Charlotte man was arrested and charged with shoplifting and underage possession of beer at a business on Stockbridge Drive Saturday, March 7, according to a York County Sheriff's Office report.
Quince Henry Brooks, 20, of 919 Falls Creek Lane Apt. 6, is accused of stealing two cases of beer, according to the report. An employee at the store reported that he saw Brooks leave the store with the beer without paying and then try to get in a SUV, but a female in the driver's seat drove off without him.
Police said Brooks admitted to stealing the beer, but he would not name the person in the SUV.
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Boyfriend claims he was abused
A Fort Mill woman was arrested and charged with criminal domestic violence on Forest Ridge Drive Thursday, March 5, according to a Fort Mill Police Department report.
Francesca Nicole Murphy, 27, of 911 Forest Ridge Drive, is accused of attacking her boyfriend after they got into an argument, according to the report. Police said Murphy told them her boyfriend held her down and she scratched him. The victim told police the argument was about financial difficulties and she attacked him, according to the report. Police said they saw two open wounds on the boyfriend's chest.
Parking dispute leads to arrest
A Lake Wylie woman was arrested after she was accused of attacking a Fort Mill man at a business on Hwy. 51 Saturday, March 7, according to a sheriff's office report.
Lindsay Leigh Fredricks, 24, of 26 Greenwich Blvd. allegedly spit in the man's face, slapped and punched him, according to the report. An argument started between the alleged victim and an employee of the business over a parking issue.
Fredricks allegedly went to the back of the business where the argument was taking place and attacked the man.
A home was burglarized on Altura Road Thursday, March 5, according to a sheriff's office report.
Someone entered the home through an unlocked front door and stole a TV, valued at $1,200, according to the report.
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.