Creepy caller alert…
A Summerville woman reported that while she was at work she received a fax on the company fax machine that said, “You will never be free…always watching.” The complainant said she was not able to read the number from which the fax came and does not know who sent it, but wanted the incident documented.
Lock those vehicles…
A Summerville man reported that he parked his car in his driveway at his residence in Legend Oaks. He said during the night he heard a noise outside but did not think anything of it. The next morning he said he noticed his garage door open and his car had been entered. He said he did not think anything was taken from the garage but knows that someone did get into it because the door was closed when he went to bed the night before.
He said an unknown subject got into his car through an unlocked door and stole a laptop computer and some $50 cash from the console.
Officers were able to lift latent fingerprints from the vehicle and took them as evidence.
A North Charleston woman reported that her son had a party in the house while she was not at home. She apparently came home after it was over and went to bed. The next day she said her son could not find his computer and she could not find her iPod. After a search of the house turned up nothing, the son confessed to having a party the night before and believes the missing items have been stolen.
The woman then checked her jewelry box and found several items missing. All told the missing items are worth around $3,750.
The son said he went to school and started asking around and was told a couple of juveniles who had been at the party were asking for a ride to Treasure Hut on Ashley Phosphate Road so they could sell some jewelry. The son said he knows nothing about them except their names, races, and ages.
Later, the woman received information that a subject had sold several pieces of her jewelry at a pawnshop on Ashley Phosphate Road.
The case is under investigation.
An officer called to Ashley Ridge High School because of a possible bomb threat spoke to a student who was detained in the office. The student/subject said he and another student were talking about a television show and he stated that he was going to “bring a bomb like that to school.” He then said he was just kidding, but apparently his teacher was not amused.
The teacher told the subject that what he said was not funny and he should not say things like that. The subject then said he started to talk about another television show where the teacher on the show got shot in the head three times for cheating on her husband. He then said he asked his teacher if she could guess what class that teacher taught.
The subject was charged with making a bomb threat and his parents called to the school to sign a custodial promise. The subject was then released to his parents.