The Union Public Safety Department reported the following arrests this week past week:
— Darrell Lee Moss, 40, 125 Dana Tara Lane, Union, charged Nov. 18 with shoplifting $2,000 or less (enhanced).
— David Christian Lawson, 18, 120 Pinewood Acres Road, Union, charged Wednesday with violation of restraining order.
— Dennis Ray Bevis III, 19, 906 Flat Drive, Buffalo, charged Tuesday with shoplifting.
— Shannon Nicole Sanders, 32, 250 Gin Circle, Buffalo, charged Tuesday with petit larceny (enhancement).
The Union Public Safety Department the following incidents this past week:
— On Nov. 19, an officer responded to a vandalism of a vehicle on Foster Street. The victim told the officer that her 2005 Honda Accord and showed him the car.
The report states the officer observed what appeared to be condoms that had been filled with liquid and white powder and thrown at the car and burst. The officer took pictures of the vehicle.
When asked by the officer if she had any idea who might have vandalized her car, the victim replied that she did not.
The incident was forwarded to investigations.
Damage to the car is estimated at $300.
— On Nov. 19, an officer was dispatched to a residence on Hick Street. The victim told the officer she had been away for 16 days and when she returned to her home to check on it she noticed her 60-inch Samsung TV was gone off her wall. She added that there was no power at her residence.
The officer then asked if the door to the house had been locked and the victim said it had been, but that whoever had gone into her house had done so through a side window. The report states the officer observed that the side window was open.
The report further states that the victim had a neighbor’s child go in through the window and unlock the door from the inside as she did not have a key. The victim and the officer then checked inside the house and determined the TV was the only thing that was missing.
The TV is valued at $400.
— On Nov. 18, an officer received a call to a residence on N. Church Street in reference to a vehicle that had been broken into. Upon arrival, the officer spoke with the victim who said that he had parked his Honda Accord at that location that morning around 3 a.m. The victim said that when he returned around 2 p.m. to get the vehicle he noticed the small window on the back door on the driver’s side was busted out. He said his CD player, two amplifiers, and two 12-inch speakers had been stolen from his car.
The officer then took photos of the car and attached them to his report on the incident. The report states the stolen items are valued at $750.
— On Nov. 18, an officer was dispatched to Meansville Road in reference to the larceny of rims. The victim told the officer had taken rims off of his car. He said that when he woke up around 8:30 a.m. he noticed the rims were gone.
The victim described the rims as 28’ rims (IROC), had been on his car when he bought, and are valued at $2,700 with rims and tires.
The report states that the victim said he went into his house around 7 p.m. the night before and at that time the rims were still on his car. The victim said he did not hear anyone in his yard.
The officer observed the orange Chevy Caprice sitting on one block and jack. He advised the victim that a report documenting the incident would be filed and forwarded to investigations.
The Union County Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrests this past week:
— Shane Michael Jones, 19, 112 Eubanks St., Union, charged Nov. 18 with petit larceny.
— David Alan Gowan, 33, 1019 Meansville Road, Union, charged Nov. 19 with breach of peace.
— Christina Michaela Watts, 21, 125 Bird St., Union, charged Sunday with assault and battery third-degree.
— Cornelius Isaiah Crawford, 30, 271 Meansville Road #D-3, Union, charged Monday with use of vehicle without owner’s consent and distribution of crack cocaine.
— Ronald Dean Birch, 57, 131 Dana Tara Lane, Buffalo, charged Tuesday with possession of meth.
— Dale Robert Puckett, 41, 155 Pine St., Buffalo, charged Monday with domestic violence.
The Union County Sheriff’s Office reported the following incidents this past week:
— On Sunday, deputies were dispatched to a residence on the Santuc-Carlisle Highway in the Carlisle area for a car break-in that had happened at the Carlisle Methodist Church which is also located on the Santuc-Carlisle Highway in the Carlisle area.
The victim told the deputies that while she had been at church someone broke into her car and took her pocketbook from the right front seat. The report states that the stolen items are valued at $50.
Deputies then observed that the right front door handle and lock has been broken. Sheriff David Taylor then arrived on the scene and photographed the damage to the vehicle and dusted for fingerprints.
The report states the incident will be investigated further by the Sheriff’s Office.
— On Nov. 21, deputies responded to Ellen Sagar Nursing Center on the Jonesville Highway in the Union area in reference to a stolen vehicle. When they arrived, deputies met with the victim who told them her black 2008 Dodge Charger with chrome handles was missing. The victim said she arrived at the Nursing Center to go to work at 7 p.m. the previous evening and when she got off work at 7 a.m. that morning she discovered her car was missing. She said she had left the keys in the car which she had parked next to the front door.
The report states deputies patrolled the area to try and find the vehicle but were unsuccessful. A victim’s form was issued and the vehicle, which is valued at $7,000, entered into the NCIC.
— On Nov. 21, a deputy responded to a location on the Oakland Road in the Union area in reference to a burglary. The victim told the deputies he has some hunting at that location that he has a small camper on. He said that sometime between noon Nov. 19 and 1 p.m. that day someone cut the lock off of the late 1960s model Shasta Camper and stolen two 3/8 inch in size 20 foot long chains with hooks and ratchets.
The victim said a dark green 2005 Rokon Scout Motorcycle was stolen from behind the camper. The motorcycle’s serial number is 1YJAS60145R700130 and its engine number is 3433000315.
The deputy took pictures of the damaged lock on the camper. He then issued the victim a victim’s form and told him the incident would be turned over to investigations and that the motorcycle would be entered into NCIC.
The stolen item have a combined value of $5,650.
— On Nov. 21, deputies were dispatched to a residents on the Linersville Road in the Buffalo Community in reference to a vandalism. The victims told the deputies that some unknown person had damaged several spare replacement house windows and two of their vehicles.
The report states that the windows, which had been stacked against a storage building, had been shattered with an unknown object. It further states that the front window, both side view mirrors, and passenger’s side parking light on a 2000 Chevy Van had been damaged with an unknown object.
As the deputy was taking pictures of the damages, the report states he noticed a golf club lying in the driveway. The victims told the deputy the club did not belong to them. The club was taken by the deputy as evidence.
The damage to the widows and the van is estimated at $2,000.