Report: Suspect stole 16 saw blades
A Charlotte woman was charged with shoplifting after she allegedly stole 16 saw blades from the Lowe’s home improvement store in Fort Mill, according to a Fort Mill Police report.
Officers were called to the store March 22 after a store official detained the suspect. The store official told police he witnessed the woman take 16 saw blades, put them in her purse and try to leave the store without paying, according to the report.
The woman, identified as 36-year-old Shannon Marie Johnson of Charlotte, told police she needed money to pay her rent, according to the report. She was arrested and charged with shoplifting.
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Men arrested following gunshot reports
Fort Mill Police arrested two men they said had a handgun and marijuana in their car after callers reported a someone in a vehicle firing a gun, according to a Fort Mill Police report.
The incident began at around 1 a.m. March 23 when 911 callers reported hearing gunshots coming from a car. Police stopped a white sedan on Williamson Street that matched callers’ description. Police allegedly found a handgun inside the car and a backpack inside which marijuana was stashed, according to the report.
Police also alleged the two men inside the car had an odor of alcohol and were both arrested, according to the report. They are identified as Jonathan Fleming, 27, of Indian Land and Joseph Wilson, 27, of Fort Mill. Fleming, identified by police as the driver, was charged with DUI. They both were charged with possession of marijuana.
It’s unclear if they will also face charges related to the alleged gunshots.
Home vandalized with spray paint
Fort Mill Police are investigating vandalism at a Fort Mill home.
A home on Pebble Creek Crossing last week was spray painted with brown paint, according to a Fort Mill Police report.
The vandals covered a 10 square feet section of the home’s siding with the paint and spelled the word, “Juicy.”
Police do not have a suspect.
Compiled by Adam O’Daniel