A Department of Public Utilities worker contacted the sheriff’s office after spotting two juvenile girls walking alone at 2 p.m. Wednesday, according to an incident report.
The incident report doesn’t provide the ages of the girls.
The worker told deputies he was working on a power line on Drexel Street when he saw the two girls.
He spoke with the girls and learned that they lived on the same street.
A deputy knocked on the door of the girls’ residence and discovered that the door wasn’t locked, the report said.
When the deputy went inside, he discovered the girls’ father was asleep in his bedroom.
The father wasn’t aware that his daughters had exited the residence.
He told law enforcement that the girls’ mother likely left for work and didn’t wake him up before she left, the report said.
He told a deputy that he believed the door was locked when the girls’ mother left for work.
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In other reports:
• An employee of PACE Adult Daycare, located at 153 Founders Court, reported Wednesday that someone stole catalytic converters from two Ford F350 vans.
The value of the stolen catalytic converters is $4,000.
• A man reported finding skeletal remains under a bridge on Roquemore Drive on Wednesday morning.
An officer with the S.C. Department of Natural Resources arrived and determined that the remains belonged to a deer, not a human.
of Public Safety
Someone stole several pieces of outdoor equipment and tools from a landscaping company.
The owner of the landscaping company called officers to a Sims Street location on Wednesday morning.
Items stolen from the truck include: a Stihl chainsaw, two Stihl leaf blowers, a Stihl edger and a Stihl hedge trimmer.
The value of the stolen items is $3,000.