A female resident of Hill Street near St. Matthews reported last week that her live-in boyfriend hit her and her daughter and then left the residence.
She said he pulled her hair and struck her in the face and then hit her daughter before leaving.
A judge issued warrants for the man's arrest for second-degree domestic violence and unlawful conduct toward a child. An arrest is pending, the report states.
In other reports:
- A male resident of Loblolly Court near St. Matthews reported Sept. 23 that someone extensively damaged his gray 2013 Hyundai four-door Equis.
According to the report, the vehicle's front window, navigation system, seats and headrests were damaged and a five-point star was painted on the hood. In addition, either salt or sugar was placed in the vehicle's gas tank, the report states.
The person responsible for the vandalism also unsuccessfully attempted to enter the home, the incident report notes.
Damages are estimated at $8,800.
- A female resident of Burke Road near St. Matthews reported Sept. 20 that someone broke into her home and took three flatscreen televisions -- a 55-inch Hisense HDTV, a 40- or 42-inch Seiki HDTV and a 40- or 42-inch Emerson HDTV -- and a PlayStation4.
The total value of the stolen items is $2,500.
- A male resident of Old State Road near Gaston reported Sept. 19 that his wife assaulted him and his mother of the same address.
He told the deputy his wife was on pills and becomes violent when taking them, the report states.
The man said he didn't wish to prosecute her but wants her to get mental health help.
- A woman who lives on Trell Lane near Orangeburg reported Sept. 19 that her 2008 black Nissan Altima broke down on Center Hill Road and when she returned with a tow truck, the vehicle was gone.
The car is valued at $5,000, the report states.
- A resident of Garden Lane near Elloree reported Sept. 23 that he had been assaulted by his son the previous night.
He said his son had beaten him up, but the deputy could not find any bruises or injuries on him, the report states. The complainant said two officers had come to his residence the night before, but the deputy could not verify that information, either, the report states.
The man's son told deputies his father had been taking medications. However, after the deputy learned that the son had gotten into a verbal altercation with two other people, he arrested him and charged him with third-degree assault and battery, the report states.
A judge ordered that there be no contact between the participants.