Burglars target cars at Peachtree
Three vehicles parked at Peachtree Place apartment complex were broken into last week, according to Fort Mill Police reports.
Three break-ins were reported March 6. The owner of an unlocked 2005 Toyota Siena told police he was missing a GPS unit and a power converter with a value of $250. The owner of a 1997 Chevy Tahoe told police his vehicle was locked, but broken into with some form of tool, the report states. He was missing a GPS unit, two prescription medications, a phone charger, two shirts, gloves and a hat with a value of $265. The owner of a 2000 Harley Davidson motorcycle reported he was missing a $300 leather jacket stored inside a compartment, the report states.
Bar patron skips out on $417 bill
An Indian Land man left a Fort Mill bar without paying his $417.93 bill, according to a Fort Mill Police report.
The incident happened around 8 p.m. March 10 at the Wing King at 200 Doby’s Bridge Road. Restaurant staff told police the 27-year-old patron ran up a the bill while eating and drinking a variety of food and alcohol with his party, according to the report. He then allegedly left without paying.
The restaurant staff asked police to issue a trespassing notice against the man, barring him from returning to the bar. The suspect was not arrested.
Report: shoplifter trys to bribe clerk
An alleged shoplifter offered a convenience store clerk $100 if she didn’t press charges over the alleged theft of a $5 toy truck, according to a Fort Mill Police report.
Police said the incident happened March 10 at Love’s Plaza off Sutton Road, near Interstate 77. A store clerk told police she saw Jenifer Rebeca Crabtree, 31, of Monroe, N.C take the truck and conceal it. The woman then tried to run out of the store, the report states. The clerk detained Crabtree, and called the police. Crabtree tried to bribe the clerk.The clerk refused.Crabtree was wanted on outstanding warrants in Rock Hill.
Reports of all felonies and any major misdemeanors are compiled weekly from law enforcement agencies . Charges may not result in a conviction, and people who are arrested are innocent until proven guilty.