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Police: Woman hurt in Fort Mill brawl

Woman hurt in brawl

A Fort Mill man faces criminal domestic violence charges after he allegedly attacked a woman during an apparent brawl, according to a Fort Mill Police report.

Police responded to a home on Lee Street after 2 a.m. June 22 to break up a fight. When police arrived, a victim told police, “We are all drunk and everyone is fighting.” Police determined the 57-year-old woman had been attacked by a 50-year-old man. She suffered a black eye, a cut and was bleeding from her face, the report states.

Police charged the man with domestic violence. No explanation for the altercation was disclosed.

Grocery store reports hooliganism

Three men vandalized a Fort Mill grocery store by throwing meat across the store and pushing food racks into aisles, according to a Fort Mill Police report.

The incident happened at the Fort Mill Bi-Lo store around 5 p.m. June 17. A store manager told police the three men were asked to leave multiple times but refused. When police arrived, they could not locate the men. The manager told police two of the suspects also damaged a bathroom.

Only one of the suspects, a 24-year-old male, could be identified.

Fort Mill home burglarized

A Fort Mill man told authorities someone took power tools, jewelry and other items from his garage in an apparent burglary, according to a York County Sheriff’s Office report.

The man, 59, told deputies he sells items stored in his garage on Craigslist to make money. He reported on June 20 that someone had entered the garage and stolen a 10-carat gold ring, several boxes of hand tools, a gas-powered blower, a trimmer and a chainsaw.

Authorities do not have a suspect, but a neighbor told deputies he saw a gold Dodge Dakota truck pass leave the house at a high rate of speed several times the day the items were stolen.

Compiled by Adam O’Daniel

Reports of all felonies and any major misdemeanors are compiled weekly from local law enforcement agencies. Charges do not necessarily result in a conviction, and people who are arrested are innocent until proven guilty.