Crime reports

info@islandpacket.comDecember 4, 2012 

The following reports were released Monday by the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office and the Beaufort Police Department:

BEAUFORT

BURGLARY

  • Robert Smalls Parkway, Belk: Man charged with shoplifting $278 worth of clothing, which was later recovered.

  • Trask Parkway, Mystic: Lawn, garden equipment worth $450 stolen. Damage: $200.

  • Trask Parkway, Dobbs BP: Cash, other items totaling $2,300 stolen. Damage: $1,000.

  • CAR BREAK-IN

  • Boundary Street: Purse and contents worth $180 stolen. Window broken. Damage: $100.

  • Robert Smalls Parkway: Purse and contents worth $200 stolen. Window broken. Damage: $100

  • HIT-AND-RUN

  • U.S. 21 near Roseida Road: Driver hit back of unlit trailer. Damage: $1,500.

  • THEFT

  • Bay Street, Panini's Cafe: Purse and contents valued at $675 stolen.

  • Taft Street: Portable electronics, other items worth $610 stolen.

  • BLUFFTON

    VANDALISM

  • East Morningside Drive, Sandy Pointe: Christmas decorations vandalized. Damage: $342.

  • BURTON

    THEFT

  • Westgate Circle: Vehicle worth $3,000 stolen.

  • HILTON HEAD ISLAND

    CAR BREAK-IN

  • South Forest Beach Drive, Coligny Beach parking: Cash, electronics totaling $542 stolen.

  • VANDALISM

  • Main Street: Windows smashed on two vehicles. Damage: $1,300.

  • LADY'S ISLAND

    CAR BREAK-IN

  • Lady's Island Drive: Purse, handbag, wallet, cash, camera worth $230 stolen. Damage: $300.

  • OKATIE

    BURGLARY

  • Heron's Bill Drive, Sun City Hilton Head: Nothing stolen. Damage to screen doors: $300.

  • SEABROOK

    HIT-AND-RUN

  • Bull Point Road, Bull Point Plantation: Vehicle hit main gate. Damage: $9,000.

  • ST. HELENA ISLAND

    THEFT

  • Edding White Road: $800 cash stolen.

  • Compiled by staff writers Tom Barton and Allison Stice

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