Withdrawal slip forged
A withdrawal slip was forged at a bank on Hwy. 160 West on Wednesday, Oct. 8, according to a York County Sheriff's Office report.
A white female, described as between the ages of 35 and 45 and about five-feet, seven-inches tall, allegedly filled out a bank slip for $9,775, according to the report. She allegedly stole a Charlotte woman's purse to get the information.
Gun, drug charges
A Charlotte man was arrested and charged with unlawful carry of a pistol and possession of marijuana at the I-77 northbound entrance ramp off Carowinds Boulevard on Thursday, Nov. 13, according to a sheriff's office report.
Daniel Glasser, 27, of 15643 Norman's Landing Drive, was pulled over for allegedly having a faulty tag light, according to the report. One of the deputies was allegedly given permission by Glasser to search his silver, 2006 Chrysler 300M. About two grams of marijuana and a loaded Smith and Wesson .38 special were allegedly found inside of the car. Glasser allegedly admitted to the marijuana, but said he forgot he had the pistol in the car.
Stolen car found
A Charlotte man's car was found by a deputy at the intersection of New Grey Rock Road and Sutton Road on Sunday, Nov. 16, according to a sheriff's office report.
The bronze, 2005 Nissan Altima was reported stolen and the interior was partially burned, according to the report. The damage is valued at $2,000 and the car is valued at $9,000.
A car was burglarized on Gower Street sometime between last Friday and Saturday, according to a sheriff's office report.
There were no signs of forced entry into the blue, 2007 Honda Civic, according to the report. A Hewlett-Packard laptop, an Olympus digital camera and money - with a total value of $1,217 - were stolen. Two suspects were questioned by a deputy, but one allegedly confirmed the other's story. The deputy recovered one finger print from the car.
A jeep was burglarized on Forrest Street sometime between Sunday, Nov. 9, and Monday, Nov. 10, according to a Fort Mill Police Department report.
Someone unzipped the passenger side, rear convertible area of the black, 2000 Jeep Wrangler and unlocked the door, according to the report. The damage to the center dash console is approximately $500. A Sony CD player, valued at $300, was stolen.
Credit card fraud
A woman's credit card was used illegally on Songbird Court on Monday, Nov. 10, according to a Tega Cay Police Department report.
The victim received a phone call from her credit company and they asked if she had made a purchase in the amount of $622 for a Nikon digital camera, according to the report. She said she did not and deactivated her card. The TCPD is still investigating the crime.
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