Fort Mill Times

Police blotter - December 10, 2008

Defendant subdued

A Fort Mill police officer was threatened by a Fort Mill woman who allegedly resisted arrest Wednesday, Dec. 3, according to a Fort Mill Police report.

Latoya Denise Dixon, 27, of 106 Anderson St., was in court to answer charges of violation of seat belt law, driving under suspension and no proof of insurance, according to the report. After sentencing, the officer attempted to take Dixon into custody and she allegedly said she was not going to jail and walked toward the exit doors.

The officer told Dixon to stop and Dixon allegedly clenched both of her fists and lunged toward the officer. The officer subdued Dixon, handcuffed her and escorted her out of the court room. Dixon allegedly said, "you wait 'til I see you on my street."

Husband accused of beating wife

A Tega Cay man was arrested and charged with criminal domestic violence on Wednesday, Dec. 3, according to a Tega Cay Police Department report.

The police received a phone call from both the husband and his wife, according to the report. The husband allegedly said he and his wife had been in a physical altercation involving an infant. The wife allegedly said her husband struck her several times because of an argument about their child's sleeping arrangements. When police arrived, they saw pieces of the victim's hair in the entry way to the house and on a couch and saw bruises on her upper left arm, right elbow and forehead.

Teenager attacked and robbed

A Fort Mill teen was attacked outside of a business on Market Street on Tuesday, Dec. 2, according to a York County Sheriff''s Office report.

The teen said he was talking with a girl who recently moved back into the area, when someone hit him twice in the back of his head. He fell on the ground and was kicked in the stomach and his shoes and cell phone were stolen.

Business burglarized

A business was burglarized on Dam Road sometime between Friday, Dec. 5 and Sunday, Dec. 7, according to a sheriff's office report.

Someone stole a black, 2007 Economy Hauler trailer with numerous items in it, according to the report. The total value is $6,000.

- Compiled by Christopher Corrado

• 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.