What began with a traffic stop ended with a Union woman under arrest for resisting arrest after she allegedly tried to elude police by running away and hiding under a trailer.
Tierra Ysante Davis, 21, 208 Arthur Boulevard, Union, is charged by the Union Public Safety Department with petit larceny and resisting arrest.
The incident report states that on Friday morning an officer made a traffic stop on a vehicle in which Davis was a passenger. When he saw Davis, the report states the officer remembered that there was a warrant for her arrest. As the officer was talking to the driver, the report states that Davis got out of the vehicle to a mobile home park at 1207 W. Main St.
After searching the area, the report states the officer found Davis hiding under a trailer. He then advised her she was under arrest and to come out from under the trailer. The report states Davis continued to hide under the trailer until the officer crawled under the structure and escorted her out from under it.
The following incidents are being investigated by the public safety department.
A break time trip back to his sister’s apartment resulted in a man discovering that some had stolen his laptop computer.
The incident report sates that an officer was dispatched Friday afternoon to a 683 Rice Avenue, Apt. 4-F in reference to a larceny. The victim said that her brother had stayed at her apartment the previous night and left his laptop computer on the dining room table. She said someone broke into her apartment and took the computer. The woman said she’d left for work before her brother did and that when she left the computer was still on the table.
The victim’s brother told the officer that he’d left the apartment around 12:55 p.m. that day to go to work and had returned to the apartment around 3:35 p.m. while on break. He said that when he entered the apartment he noticed that blinds over the kitchen sink were at an angle. When he walked around the corner of the bar, he noticed that everything on the window sill had been moved. A bottle of multi-colored sand had also been moved and there was multi-colored sand in the sink. He then looked around and discovered his laptop was gone.
After looking around to see if anything was missing, the man said he called his sister and asked her if she had his laptop and was told she didn’t have it. He said he then told her that someone had broken into her apartment and that was when he called 911 to report the theft.
The computer has an estimated value of $400.
A steps and handrails and a bird bath were the targets of a vandal or vandals at the end of July.
The incident report states an officer was dispatched July 31 to 300 W. South St., in reference to the vandalism of an outbuilding. The complainant said that when she arrived at work around 7 a.m. she noticed someone had poured what looked like paint over the handrails and steps of the outbuilding and the bird bath in the yard. She said the damage could have been done over the weekend.
The report states the officer found a small can of paint, a large can of car wax, and a gallon can of paint at the scene.
Damage to the outbuilding and bird bath was estimated at $100.
Collectible knives were the target of a thief or thieves who broke a residence on Third Avenue sometime this past week.
The incident report states an officer was dispatched Sunday night to a residence at 104 Third Avenue in reference to an attempted burglary. The victim said that sometime between 6 p.m. July 29 and 8:45 p.m. that evening, someone came into his home and attempted to break into two of his safes. He said that someone broke the lock off the wooden safe and took his collectible knives. The victim said that 200-300 knives were missing and that both of his sentry safes had been damaged by the thief or thieves.
The officer took pictures of the damaged safes and took fingerprints from the small safe. He also seized a crowbar, a screw driver, and a small dial knob as evidence.
Damage to the victim’s property was estimated at $600.
Wind Chimes Stolen
A set of wind chimes were the target of a thief or thieve who stole them off a woman’s porch sometime between 5 p.m. Friday and 9:45 a.m. Saturday.
The incident report states an officer was dispatched Saturday to a residence at 222 S. Boyce St., #D-4 in reference to a larceny. The victim said that she’d noticed that the wind chimes that were hanging on her front porch were missing.
The chimes, which have an estimated value of $14, are described as yellow sunflower with the word welcome on it.
The following persons were arrested by the public safety department.
Tracy Eugene Gann, 47, 20 McPhearson St., Union, charged Monday with illegal use of 911.
An 11-year-old juvenile charged Saturday with vandalism.
A 15-year-old juvenile charged Saturday with vandalism.
An 11-year-old juvenile charged Saturday with vandalism.
A 16-year-old juvenile charged Tuesday with simple possession of marijuana.
Gwendolyn Cassandra Jeter, 27, 1208 W. Main St., #5B, Union, charged Monday with disorderly conduct.
Rhonda Renee Jeter, 25, 1247 Ridgecrest Avenue, Spartanburg, charged Monday with disorderly conduct.
Jessica R. Lyles, 29, 1208 W. Main St., #5B, Union, charged Sunday with disorderly conduct.
James Lee Lyles, 54, 1208 W. Main St., #5B, Union, charged Sunday with disorderly conduct.
Timothy Antonio Jennings, 35, 404 S. Mountain St., Union, charged Friday with driving under suspension.
Kendrick Jamal Sims, 19, 2102 W. Springs Highway, Jonesville, charged Sunday with simple possession of marijuana.
Willie James Foster, 43, 126 Perrin Avenue, Union, charged Sunday with disorderly conduct.
Brianna Shauntel Johnson, 20, 120 N. Boyce St.,Union, charged Saturday with petit larceny.