Woman attacked, robbed
A Panama City Beach, Fla., woman was kicked out of a car by a Rock Hill man and woman on New Gray Rock Road in Fort Mill Thursday, Dec. 11, according to a York County Sheriff's Office report.
Alicia Danielle Shaver, 24, of 308 Kuykendal St. and Danny Ray Pittman, 29, of 321 Long. St. allegedly attacked and robbed the woman, according to the report. The victim said Shaver and Pittman were giving her a ride from CMC Pineville, N.C., to a pharmacy. She said Pittman choked her, took her purse and forced her out of the car.
Cash, prescriptions and other items were allegedly stolen. The deputy, who found the vicim, was able to identify Shaver and Pittman after speaking with Pineville Police. The deputy was then informed someone was attempting to use an altered prescription at a pharmacy in Rock Hill.
Both Pittman and Shaver told police the victim was trying to steal Shaver's prescriptions and that is why they kicked her out of the car. Shaver was arrested and charged with assault and battery and petit larceny and Pittman was arrested and charged with petit larceny and possession of marijuana.
Construction site burglarized
A home under construction was burglarized on Island Cove Road sometime between Thursday, Dec. 11, and Friday, Dec. 12, according to a sheriff's office report.
Three air conditioner units, valued at $4,000, were stolen, according to the report. One of the workers, who was fired, is believed to have stolen the air conditioners out of revenge, according to one of the victims. There was no forced entry into the home and he knew where the key was hidden.
A home was burglarized on Forest Ridge Road Friday, Dec. 12, according to a Fort Mill Police Department report.
Electronic devices and sneakers, valued at $2,375, were stolen from the home, according to the report. The victim believes he knows the teen who stole the items. He responded to a text message from him asking if his ball game was home or away and and if anyone would be home.
- Compiled by Christopher Corrado
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