Tuesday's crime reports

newsroom@islandpacket.comJuly 9, 2014 

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

BEAUFORT

PROPERTY DAMAGE

  • Boundary Street, Quality Inn: Hotel room window broken. Damage: $750.

  • THEFT
  • Washington Street: Items worth $800 stolen from residence.

  • BLUFFTON

    THEFT

    • Simmonsville Road, Bluffton House: Two Bostitch nailers, two Hitachi nailers, Hitachi drill, Hitachi finish nailer worth a total of $1,099 stolen from truck.
    • May River Road: Copper coils, metal compressors, copper tubing worth a total of $480 stolen from yard.
    • Fording Island Road: Black leather Michael Kors purse and wallet, checkbook, cosmetics, cash worth a total of $690 stolen from vehicle.
    • Summerton Drive, Belfair: .38-caliber revolver, sunglasses, cash worth a total of $575 stolen from vehicle.

    BURTON

    THEFT

  • Parris Island Gateway: 90 gallons of diesel fuel worth $300 siphoned from truck.
  • HILTON HEAD ISLAND

    PROPERTY DAMAGE

    • New Orleans Road, Reebok CrossFit Coastal Carolina: Glass door shattered, flower pot cracked. Damage: $1,000. Reebok CrossFit T-shirt worth $25 stolen.
    • South Sea Pines Drive, Sea Pines: 2014 Dodge Grand Caravan scratched. Damage: $400.
    • Deer Island Road, Sea Pines: Trim pulled from door of 2013 Range Rover. Damage: $1,000.
    • Oakview Road: Windows of home broken, walls struck by machete or hatchet. Damage: $5,000.
    THEFT
    • North Forest Beach Drive: IPhone 4, cash worth a total of $350 stolen from car.
    • Baynard Park Road, Sea Pines: 1999 Magic Tilt boat trailer worth $1,000 stolen.

    Compiled by staff writers Rebecca Lurye and Laura Oberle

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