Man accused of shoving woman in grocery line
A Fort Mill man is accused of pushing another grocery shopper because she tried to purchase too many items in the express checkout line, according to a Fort Mill Police report.
Police were called to the Bi-Lo grocery store off Hwy. 160 West around 9 p.m. June 15. They determined the man, 42, was in line behind the woman, waiting to buy groceries. The woman told police she was pushed from behind and the man allegedly scolded her for trying to take more than 20 items through the express checkout, the report states.
He then cut in front of her in line and began unloading his cart. A store manager diffused the situation.
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But shortly afterwards in the parking lot, the man allegedly confronted the woman a second time and allegedly began making racially charged comments to her, the report states. That’s when police were called. He later denied making racist remarks.
Police issued the man a trespass notice and he was not allowed back on the store premises.
Report: 2 guns found in road
A Fort Mill woman says she found two handguns and ammunition in the middle of the road, according to a Fort Mill Police report.
The woman brought the items to police around 6:45 p.m. June 21. She told officers she stopped to move a box out of the roadway near the intersection of Springfield Parkway and Hwy. 160 and found the box contained two guns, three magazines, nine boxes of ammunition and some tools.
Police placed the items into evidence.
Woman accused of bringing pot to baseball stadium
A Fort Mill woman was arrested after a York County Sheriff’s Office deputy said she tried to bring a bag of marijuana into a Charlotte Knights baseball game, according to a report
Carrie Lenore Lilly, 28, of Fort Mill was charged with possession of marijuana on June 21. An incident report states the woman allegedly tried to enter the minor league baseball team’s stadium off Gold Hill Road when she was stopped by a deputy checking handbags and purses.
The deputy allegedly saw a bag that appeared to contain marijuana. He pulled the woman aside, and she allegedly admitted to carrying the illegal drug in the bag, the report states. She was arrested and the bag, which contained four grams of the substance, was placed into evidence, the report states.
Compiled by Adam O’Daniel
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.