Hit and run reported
A Fort Mill resident was the victim of a hit and run on Sept. 23 at the intersection of Brickyard Road, according to a Fort Mill Police Department report.
A white Honda failed to stop and struck the victim’s car on its left side, The driver of the Honda slowed down and turned around but did not stop at the accident, the victim told police. The victim was able to follow the car and write down the tag number.
No arrests have been made.
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A car on Ludlow Lane in Fort Mill was burglarized Sept. 25, according to a York County Sheriff’s Office report.
The car’s owner said someone broke the passenger side window of his car and removed his daughter’s backpack, which contained her laptop computer. The computer has a tracking device installed, but it wasn’t activated, the complainant told the deputy who responded.
A resident on Kilburn Lane reported to police on Sept. 25 that her car had been broken into the night before, according to a Fort Mill Police Department report.
The rear passenger side window was smashed in and a purse containing cash, credit cards and debit cards was missing, the victim told police.
Also on Sept. 25, an Ivy Trail Way resident reported that a rear, driver’s side window was smashed on her car and a laptop owned by her employer was removed, according to a sheriff’s office report.
Grand larceny reported
A York man was arrested by Mount Holly, N.C., police Sept. 25 following an investigation that involved the alleged theft of an auto transporter from a Fort Mill storage lot, according to a York County Sheriff’s Office report.
Jared Lee Hunt was accused by Mount Holly police of attempting to use the stolen transporter to steal a trailer from an impound yard in Belmont, N.C. York County Sheriff’s officials said they couldn’t charge Hunt because the alleged victim would not cooperate. However, Mount Holly police arrested Hunt on two traffic violations and he was taken to jail, according to the report.
A resident on Fairntosh Drive reported on Sept. 25 that her car had been broken into the night before.
The driver’s side window was smashed in, but nothing was taken. According to the report, there was a stadium seat that could have been mistaken for a computer or purse.
The police have no suspects at this time.
Locker broken into
A member of the Baxter YMCA said several items were stolen from her locked locker on Sept. 26, according to a sheriff’s office report.
The victim said she was sure the lock was secure before she went swimming. After she returned, she noticed that her Louis Vuitton wallet containing credit cards, a gift card and other items, and two bottles of medication were missing from her purse.
From staff reports