Wednesday crime reports Feb. 12

info@islandpacket.comFebruary 11, 2014 

The following reports were released Sunday, Monday and Tuesday by the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office:

BEAUFORT

PROPERTY DAMAGE

  • Burton Hill Road: Vehicle scratched. Damage: $300.

  • THEFT

  • Robert Smalls Parkway: Man arrested after shoplifting items worth $339.

  • Third Street, Polk Village: Items worth $427 stolen.

  • BLUFFTON

    PROPERTY DAMAGE

  • Haigler Boulevard: Three vehicles' tires slashed. Damage: $4,000.

  • Farm Lake Drive, The Farm: Two vehicle windshields shattered. Damage: $1,400.

  • THEFT

  • Fording Island Road, Plantation Point: Cellphone worth $500 stolen.

  • Persimmon Street: Tools worth $680 stolen.

  • Buckwalter Parkway: Purse, other items worth total of $500 stolen from vehicle.

  • Winterberry Lane, Wellstone: Electronics, other items worth a total of $750 stolen.

  • Lawrence Street: Bike worth $300 stolen.

  • HILTON HEAD ISLAND

    THEFT

  • Folly Field Road, Fiddler's Cove: Bikes worth $1,900 stolen.

  • Forest Cove, Broad Creek Landing: $3,000 cash stolen from home. Damage: $500.

  • Helmsman Way, Palmetto Bay Marina: Cooler, towel worth $430 stolen from boat.

  • Shelter Cove Lane, Belk: Miscellaneous Polo Ralph Lauren clothing worth a total of $339 stolen.

  • Skull Creek Drive, Hilton Head Plantation: Tools worth $394 stolen.

  • Spanish Wells Road, Resurrection Church: Trailer, items worth a total of $4,750 stolen.

  • Mathews Drive: Chrome Cadillac DeVille rim, Uniroyal Laredo tire worth total of $700 stolen.

  • OKATIE

    THEFT

  • Old Baileys Road: Shark tooth collection worth $2,000 stolen. Damage during theft: $100.

  • Doncaster Lane, Sun City: Items worth $1,730 stolen from home.

  • ST. HELENA ISLAND

    THEFT

  • Eddings Point Road: Items worth $655 stolen.
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