Shots were fired at two Orangeburg-area homes early Thursday morning. No one was injured.
Around 1:30 a.m. Thursday, bullets flew into a Coburg Lane residence, according to a sheriff's office incident report.
The gunshots woke up the four residents, including a 2-year-old and 9-year-old.
One of the residents believes the shooting may have stemmed from previous altercations he had with a male.
About two hours later, a Cherry Hill Road home occupied by ten individuals, including five juveniles, was also shot.
There’s no indication the incidents are related.
In other reports:
• Diesel fuel was stolen from the Hutto Food Mart gas station in Holly Hill Wednesday morning.
A box truck pulled into the parking lot of the gas station around 2 a.m. and stole about 1,200 gallons of diesel fuel, according to an incident report.
The value of the fuel is $4,013.
It is the second time diesel fuel has been stolen from the gas station in the past two weeks, according to the report.
• A Vance man reported his Direct Express disability debit card was stolen from his Lake Marion Lane residence Tuesday, according to an incident report. About $1,088 was spent.
• An Orangeburg woman reported someone broke into her car on Sullens Street and stole about $385 and her wallet, driver's license, pink cell phone with a Dallas Cowboys case and debit card.
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The total value of the items was $1,200.
• A gate at Fairey Chevrolet on St. Matthews Road was damaged sometime Wednesday night.
The reporting party said it appeared someone drove a vehicle out of the business.
The damage is estimated at $2,000.
• An Orangeburg man reported someone stole his 2005 gray Murano from the side of Redmond Mill Road in North Wednesday night.
The vehicle is valued at $5,300.
• A Cope home was burglarized to the tune of about $2,000 Tuesday.
Items stolen from the Eaglewood Road house included a 32-inch television, camera, pocketbooks, jewelry stored in baby food jars, a film projector, hand tools, clothes, a wristwatch and sunglasses.
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Someone stole a broken vehicle from an Ellis Avenue residence.
The owner last saw the green 2000 Ford Explorer on Labor Day afternoon. It was parked outside of his mother's house on Ellis, according to an ODPS incident report.
He went back to the residence Wednesday afternoon and the vehicle was gone.
The owner says the Explorer must have been towed because it will not start. The locks were also not in proper working order.
There were no items in the vehicle when it was taken.
The vehicle is valued at $5,000, according to the report.