Wednesday's crime reports

info@islandpacket.comMarch 6, 2013 

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The following reports were released Tuesday and Wednesday by the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office, Port Royal Police Department and Beaufort Police Department:

BLUFFTON

CAR BREAK-IN

  • Simmonsville Road: Tools worth $2,900 stolen. Damage: $180.

  • BEAUFORT

    BURGLARY

  • Industrial Village Road, Earl's Body Shop: Leaf blower, gas cans worth $370 stolen from business.

  • HILTON HEAD ISLAND

    BURGLARY

  • Trent Jones Lane: Electronics worth $600 stolen.

  • CAR BREAK-IN

  • Otter Road: Tools worth $585 stolen.

  • THEFT

  • Gateway Circle, Signature Flight Support: Vehicle worth $16,000 stolen.

  • Mathews Drive: Electronics, cash, other items worth $520 stolen.

  • LADY'S ISLAND

    THEFT

  • Pleasant Point Drive and Downing Drive: Items worth $2,000 stolen.

  • Alston Road and Token Lane: Items worth $2,000 stolen.

  • Carolyn Drive, Our Lady's Pantry: Items worth $300 stolen.

  • PORT ROYAL

    THEFT

  • Marina Boulevard, Parris Island Boat Landing: Arrest made in 2011 theft of $2,750 worth of tools from truck.

  • SEABROOK

    THEFT

  • Trask Parkway, Whale Branch Middle School: Clarinet worth $700 stolen.

  • ST. HELENA ISLAND

    THEFT

  • Seaside Road: Electronics worth $2,800, computer equipment worth $400 stolen.

  • VANDALISM

  • Polowana Road: Damage to tractor: $7,000.

  • Compiled by staff writers Erin Moody and Allison Stice

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