Woman reports past assaults
A Fort Mill woman reported multiple sexual assaults to Tega Cay Police last week, according to a Tega Cay Police report.
The woman, 27, told police a 56-year-old Mooresville, N.C., man raped her multiple times between 2006 and 2010. She says he held her down and forced her to have sex with him, the report states.
The woman could not recall exact dates and some other details, the report states, and said she may have been drugged. The report did not specify why the woman waited so long to report the alleged crimes.
The case is under investigation.
Report: Drunken man found in Elisha Park
Fort Mill Police charged a man with disorderly conduct on Saturday afternoon after they found him lying in the middle of Elisha Park apparently drunk, according to a Fort Mill Police report.
The report states police were called to the park by visitors who reported the man as a disturbance. Officers found the man, a 33-year-old Fort Mill resident, lying in the grass. He was unsteady on his feet, displayed slurred speech and smelled like alcohol, the report states.
He was arrested and jailed.
Vandals target NFHS
Vandals spray-painted a sign at Nation Ford High School during Spring Break, according to a Fort Mill Police report.
The report states officers on Sunday morning discovered a sign marking a student parking lot had been painted black and a slogan had been written in red paint on the marker. It’s unclear when the damage occurred, but police believe it was within the past week while students were out on spring break.
Report: Man uses fire extinguisher in bathroom
A Columbia man has agreed to pay $500 to clean up a Tega Cay bathroom after he sprayed the facility with a fire extinguisher, according to a Tega Cay Police report.
The incident happened April 1 at the Tega Cay Country Club clubhouse, the report states. Attendants say the man sprayed the men’s bathroom with the fire extinguisher and then fled in a silver SUV. Police stopped the vehicle moments later and asked the suspect, a 24-year-old Columbia man, to return to the club. He spoke with clubhouse officials and agreed to pay $500 to clean up his mess and avoid criminal charges.
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.