Wednesday's crime reports, March 5

March 5, 2014 

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

BEAUFORT

PROPERTY DAMAGE

  • Hamar Street: Glass door broken. Damage: $300.
  • Ivy Lane: Car window smashed. Damage: $300.

  • THEFT

  • Blacksmith Circle, Iron Gate: Items worth $4,440 stolen.

  • BLUFFTON

    THEFT

  • Fording Island Road: Phone worth $300 stolen.
  • Fording Island Road: Phone worth $470 stolen.
  • Bluffton Parkway: Vehicle worth $10,000 stolen.
  • May River Road, Pepper's Porch: Air-conditioning unit worth $2,500 stolen. Window broken. Damage: $300.

  • BURTON

    PROPERTY DAMAGE

  • Shanklin Road: Six tires punctured. Damage: $1,037.

  • THEFT

  • Coinbow Loop: Cash totaling $715 stolen.
  • Grackle Lane, Aubudon Woods: Jewelry worth $10,470 stolen from home.
  • Parris Island Gateway: Items worth $2,165 stolen from home.

  • HILTON HEAD ISLAND

    THEFT

  • Alfred Lane: Items worth $1,570 stolen from truck bed.
  • Wilborn Road, Hilton Head Island High School: Laptop worth $250 stolen.
  • Jib Sail Court, Yacht Cove: Black Jack leather jacket, black Michael Kors wallet, gift card worth a total of $375 stolen.
  • Helmsman Way, Yacht Club of Hilton Head: Motorless 14-foot Carolina Skiff, single-axle trailer worth a total of $3,000 stolen.
  • Folly Field Road, Hilton Head Island Beach and Tennis Resort: Air-conditioning unit worth $1,600 stolen.
  • Park Lane: Blue mo-ped worth $600 stolen.

  • LADY'S ISLAND

    THEFT

  • Lady's Island Drive: Phone worth $500 stolen from truck.
  • Robin Drive: Items worth $350 stolen.
  • Sams Point Road, Food Lion: Beer, beef worth $350 stolen from store.

  • SEABROOK

    PROPERTY DAMAGE

  • Martin Lane: Clothes burned during dispute. Damage: $200.

  • ST. HELENA ISLAND

    THEFT

  • Kiwi Lane: Items worth $2,950 stolen from home.

Compiled by staff writers Rebecca Lurye and Matt McNab.

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