The Union Public Safety Department reported the following arrests:
— Ronald Eugene Grier, 38, of 303 Herndon St., Union, was charged with shoplifting around 12:45 p.m. Sept. 30. According to the arrest warrant, Grier took items from Family Dollar, concealed them in his shirt and pants, and then, with the help of a female, concealed the items along with two loaves of bread in the bottom of a baby stroller occupied by an infant.
— Danny Eugene Inman, 27, of 126 Bob Little Road, Jonesville, was charged with forgery of a prescription around 2 a.m. Oct. 1. According to the arrest warrant, Inman attempted to obtain oxycodone at Palmetto Drug by forging a prescription to read “2 refills.” The prescription did not originally include any refills.
The Union Public Safety Department reported the following incidents:
— A Carlisle resident reported on Sept. 29 that he was assaulted in the Belk parking lot after Friday night’s high school football game. The complainant stated two males ran from behind a Jeep. The complainant stated both men struck him in the face and ran toward the old Winn Dixie building. The complainant went to the emergency room and found out his jaw was broken in two places. The case is still under investigation.
— An employee of Wal-mart reported on Sept. 30 that he noticed letters scratched into the passenger side of his vehicle after his shift ended around 1 p.m. The case was turned over to investigations.
— A resident of Camryn Lane, Union, reported on Sept. 30 that her vehicle was parked in the old Winn Dixie parking lot at 441 North Duncan Bypass, Union, during the football game on Friday, and when she returned to her vehicle, someone had written on her windows with a white paint-like substance she was unable to remove. Baby powder had also been poured on the vehicle.
The Union County Sheriff’s Office reported the following incident:
— A Buffalo resident learned her social security number had been stolen when she applied for a job and the number came back to someone in California. The complainant does not know how long the situation has been that way. After contacting the social security office, she was advised to file a report with local police.
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