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Teen allegedly spit in Orangeburg retailer operator’s face | Crime & Courts

Orangeburg County

Sheriff’s Workplace

An Orangeburg comfort retailer operator claims {that a} teen spat in his face when he requested him to go away on Tuesday afternoon, in line with an incident report.

The person referred to as deputies to the Lil’ Cricket comfort retailer, situated at 111 Binnicker Bridge Street, at 1:25 p.m.

The operator claims the teenager visits the shop commonly and asks clients to buy cigarettes and tobacco merchandise for him, the report states.

He additionally reported that clients have complained of being harassed by the youth and stated they gained’t assist the enterprise any longer.

The operator doesn’t know the teenager’s identify.

• Somebody stole a 9 mm Taurus GX4 handgun from a Chanticleer Court docket residence in Orangeburg.

The home-owner informed deputies she’d been out of city. When she returned on Monday, she found an unknown individual’s clothes in a chair and her handgun lacking.

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She’d supplied somebody with the safety entry code to enter her residence, however that individual denied taking something, the report states.

The worth of the Taurus is $600.

• A catalytic converter was stolen from a 2003 Chevrolet Silverado parked at Boyd Furnishings, situated at 7630 Previous State Street, Holly Hill.

The worth of the catalytic converter is $500. The theft was reported Monday.

Orangeburg

Division

of Public Security

Somebody stole a 1986 grey Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme that was parked in an Ellis Avenue shed. The theft was reported Tuesday.

The Supreme had deflated tires and was inoperable.

Contact the author: mbrown@timesanddemocrat.com or 803-533-5545. Comply with on Twitter: @MRBrownTandD

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