Thursday's crime reports

info@islandpacket.comJuly 17, 2013 

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

BEAUFORT

ASSAULT

  • Charles Street: Victim allegedly threatened by man in yellow raincoat carrying shotgun; no suspects identified.

  • THEFT

  • Ambrose Run: 2006 Chevrolet Impala stolen; later recovered.

  • BLUFFTON

    VANDALISM

  • Haigler Boulevard: Branches of three holly bushes broken. Damage: $300.

  • Haigler Boulevard: Windshield, seat and fenders of motorized scooter scratched. Damage: $350.

  • BURTON

    THEFT

  • County Shed Road: Stihl leaf blowers worth $748 stolen.

  • Joe Frazier Road: Air conditioning units, construction materials, tools worth $13,390 stolen.

  • FRIPP ISLAND

    THEFT

  • Fairway Club Drive: Jewelry, sandals, decorative pen worth $2,380 stolen.

  • HILTON HEAD ISLAND

    BURGLARY

  • Deallyon Avenue: Tablet computer worth $599, ring worth $70 stolen.

  • Green Heron Road: Paint sprayer worth $400 stolen.

  • North Forest Beach Drive: Purses, wallets worth $2,070 stolen.

  • THEFT

  • Greenwood Drive: Mp3 player worth $300, electronic car key worth $300 stolen.

  • Hotel Circle: Smartphone worth $200, sunglasses worth $200, beach bag worth $40 stolen. Beach bag recovered.

  • South Forest Beach Drive, Pedals Bicycles: Bicycle worth $150 stolen.

  • Shipyard Drive: Tablet computer worth $800 stolen.

  • VANDALISM

  • Dillon Road: Car scratched. Damage: $2,000.

  • SHELDON

    THEFT

  • Paige Point Bluff: Guns, electronics worth $6,100 stolen.

  • ST. HELENA ISLAND

    THEFT

  • Storyteller Road: $550 cash stolen.

  • Compiled by staff writers Brian Heffernan and Matt McNab

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