Orangeburg County Sheriff's Office
Police are looking for a woman accused of breaking out a window in a car owned by her ex-boyfriend's lover, according to a report
A Laquinta Drive woman notified deputies about 5:20 a.m. Monday that she had had some unwanted visitors earlier. She said a vehicle drove into her yard and three females got out. She said one of the women began striking her car window with a tire jack.
Deputies found traces of what looked like blood on the front steps of the residence and a tire jack in the yard.
The woman said her assailant was angry with her because her ex-boyfriend was inside the Laquinta Drive home.
In other reports:
- An Orangeburg man reported an EMT uniform was stolen from his car Friday. He said he parked his vehicle at a Charleston Highway bar and, when he returned to it about 10:30 p.m., he realized someone had been inside the vehicle. He said an iPod with a rose design on it was missing, along with the EMT uniform and a pair of hunting knives.
- A Cordova juvenile was taken to the hospital Saturday after being shot with a BB gun. A woman said her 6-year-old son had been shot with a BB gun by another child in the neighborhood. The victim said he and his cousin were shooting cans with a BB gun when he was struck in the stomach. He said his cousin wasn't pointing the BB gun at him when he was hit. Deputies noted the child had a wound that looked like it was caused by a BB, the report states.
- A Dorchester County man notified law enforcement after realizing his golf cart had been stolen from a Vance location. He said he had driven the golf cart, described as blue with a creme-colored top, to the barrier at Mill Creek Lake Friday evening. He said he left the cart there to go fishing. When he returned about 11:30 p.m., he discovered the $4,000 cart was gone, the report states. Deputies searched but did not locate the cart.
- A Keener Court man notified deputies after discovering about $3,500 worth of jewelry was missing from his home. He said he was alerted Monday morning that his home had been burglarized. Reported stolen were two rings - one a 1992 Denmark-Olar High School ring and the other a 1995 North High School ring. Deputies were able to recover forensic evidence from the residence.