Police are looking for a man who broke into a Fort Mill home around 11:30 a.m. Friday, according to a York County Sheriff's Office report.
The 15-year-old girl home at the time told police the man kicked in the door between the garage and kitchen after no one answered the front door when he knocked. The girl confronted the burglar and tried to escape. He grabbed and hit her and made her show him where her parents kept their jewelry, according to the report. The burglar then stuffed the girl in the pantry, and told her he would stab her if she tried to escape, the report stated.
Four hospitalized following brawl
A Fort Mill woman is behind bars following an early morning melee at a local gas station that sent four people to the hospital Thursday, according to a sheriff's office report.Christie Lynette Collins, 34, of 219 Anderson St. and 1857 Quailwood Drive (both addresses were listed for her in the report), faces two charges of assault and battery with intent to kill, two charges of possession of a weapon during a violent crime and one count of simple assault and battery, according to charges listed on the sheriff's office Web site.After an altercation in Tega Cay, Collins allegedly called two of the individuals involved in that fight and requested a meeting at a Hwy. 160 East gas station. When they arrived, according to the report, Collins, her 12-year-old son and another woman were waiting with various weapons, including a hammer, knife and rebar. Once the brawl started two other people intervened and both were injured, one severely. All four went to CMC-Pineville, N.C., where two were transferred to CMC-Main for surgery, the report stated.As of Monday, Collins was being held on $32,565 bond at Moss Justice Center.
- By Jonathan Allen
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