Mom tried to help
A 42-year-old Canterbury Apartments woman is pressing charges against her daughter, 20, who cut the victim with a knife when the victim tried to keep her daughter from taking heroin.
According to the March 24 report, the older woman went into her daughter’s bedroom to check on her, suspecting that she was doing drugs.
The suspect was on her bed, scraping heroin out of a wax bag, the report said.
The two women argued, and the victim tried to grab the suspect’s arm to take the knife away from her, the report said.
According to the report, the suspect swung the knife at the victim, cutting her mother’s wrist.
The suspect said the two women argued about the suspect’s drug use. She said her mother grabbed both of her wrists and attempting to pull away, the knife cut the other woman’s wrist.
The suspect was arrested.
No tag light leads to jail
A Carolina Forest area woman, 26, was arrested shortly after midnight March 25 in Myrtle Beach, a report from that date said.
The suspect, who was driving very slowly in what the report called “a high drug and crime area,” had a tag light out, and was stopped.
The report said there were several open containers of beer and liquor mini bottles and prescription drug bottles in the vehicle.
The suspect, who failed several field sobriety tests, was arrested, the report said.
After thinking about it overnight, the parents of a 16-year-old Carolina Forest High School female student decided to press charges against a Carolina Forest High School male student, also 16, who their daughter said touched her inappropriately.
According to the report, the suspect tapped the victim on her breast with the back of his hands “like they were bongos” while in the band/show choir room during lunch.
The report said the suspect also tried to touch the victim inappropriately on other parts of her body, and the victim slapped the suspect’s face. The victim said in the report that last year, the suspect threatened to rape her.
The report said two witnesses said they saw the suspect touch the victim’s breast.
The suspect said he never touched the victim, although they had been in the same room, the report said.
A 43-year-old Myrtle Beach man, who had been put on trespass notice at the same location several times, was arrested in the Emerald Lakes area March 26, a report from that date said.
According to the report, the suspect had been arrested several times for trespassing on that property, after being warned several times.
Stolen vehicle wrecked
A vehicle reported stolen from the Forestbrook area was found wrecked in a ditch, a March 27 report said.
According to the report, when the victim came home from being out with friends, her brother asked her if she had taken her vehicle with her.
When the victim told her brother she had not taken the vehicle, he said it had been stolen.
The report said he’d been in her vehicle listening to music, and when he went back into the apartment, he left the keys in the vehicle. When he went back outside, the vehicle was gone, the report said.
The following day, the vehicle was found wrecked in a ditch, the report said.
Shortly after 2:30 a.m. on March 29, an officer stopped a car in the Clear Pond clubhouse parking lot because the driver was acting suspiciously, a report from that date said.
According to the report, a passenger in the back seat was the owner of a car that was parked in the lot, but was not registered to that neighborhood.
The passenger in the back seat, a 17-year-old Myrtle Beach man, had marijuana in his pocket and was arrested, the report said.
The driver, an 18-year-old Carolina Forest area man, said the half-full container of beer in the vehicle belonged to him, and he was also arrested, the report said.
Because one of them was unable to find the other and had called hospitals and jails, two Canterbury Apartments women had a physical fight that ended with the police being called.
According to the March 29 report taken at about 5 a.m., the women had been in a 3-year relationship that one of them was ending.
The report said one of the women had threatened to kill herself, got a knife from the kitchen and started to cut her arm.
The report said that woman voluntarily went to the Conway Medical Center emergency room.
A locked, unoccupied, gray four-door Dodge Neon was towed from Forestbrook Road and U.S. 501 at about 10 p.m. March 28, a report from that date said.
According to the report, the vehicle was blocking the roadway.
The report said the front passenger’s side tire was flat and there was a burning smell coming from under the hood.
A family matter
A Carolina Forest area woman, 23, called police because her stepfather physically assaulted her, a March 29 report said.
According to the report, the victim went to the Forestbrook area home of her mother and the suspect to visit her mother.
However, the victim and her stepfather got into a verbal argument, and according to the report, the suspect pushed the victim on her shoulders, pushing her out of the home and closing the door.
The suspect and the victim’s mother agreed with the victim’s version of the incident, the report said.
The suspect was charged with third degree assault, the report said.
Cell phone stolen
A Carolina Forest area man, 27, said his $900 cell phone was stolen from The Boathouse March 29.
The victim said he left his phone on a table when he went to use the restroom, and when he came back, the silver 64G iPhone 6 Plus was gone.
A 31-year-old Claypond Road area woman who an officer found on the floor of her apartment said she’d been stabbed by a female whose street name is ‘Killer.’
According to the March 30 report taken at 5 a.m., the suspect knocked on the victim’s door and they argued.
The report said the victim closed the door and the suspect kicked it in.
The report said the victim said the suspect had a small knife in her hand, and the victim grabbed a replica sword and pushed the suspect into the foyer of the apartment where they had a physical struggle.
The report said the victim said the suspect stabbed her in the back and ran off.
A neighbor told the officer she heard the commotion in the foyer area and when she stepped outside, the victim told her she had been stabbed, the report said.
Shoplifting at Wal-Mart
Several incidents of shoplifting at the Wal-Mart on Middle Ridge Road near Carolina Forest have been reported.
On March 15, at about 1 a.m., a suspect put an unknown amount of Nintendo DS game systems into a Wal-Mart tote bag and left the store through the GM doors, a report from that date said.
That suspect left the area in a cab.
On March 19, a suspect described as a black female took two items without paying for them and left the area in a silver Altima, a report from that date said.
The complainant said the suspect took a $10 phone charger and a $14 mounting kit.
A March 25 report said a suspect loaded 23 boxes of golf balls into a shopping cart, along with a black plastic tote and left the store.
The report said the complainant chased the suspect who abandoned the items and they were recovered.
According to that report, video surveillance showed a white male get out of a white crew cab Dodge pickup before coming into the store. The report said the suspect was trying to make it back to that truck when the complainant intervened.
The report said the suspect was wearing a burgundy Bulldogs shirt with jeans and a hat.
A March 26 report said a Carolina Forest area man, 36, took two cans of electronic duster and went into the men’s department where he hid them in his pants and then left the store.
The complainant followed the suspect, identified herself as a loss prevention officer and asked for the merchandise.
The report said the suspect did not comply at first but then did give up the items.
The report said the suspect refused to go back into the store and left in a gray Saturn Sky with paper tags.
An officer found the suspect in Lowe’s where he was arrested.
The report said during the search, two cans of electronic duster were found with the suspect who said his friend bought them for him.
Surveillance video in Lowe’s showed the suspect stealing the electronic duster and putting it in his pants, the report said.
Also on March 26, a white female, about 30 years old, took two halogen lamps from their packages, hid the lamps, and threw the packaging aside in the Wal-Mart toy department.
According to that report, two employees approached the suspect and asked for the merchandise.
The report said the suspect refused to return the merchandise and left the area in a gold Chevrolet Malibu.
The report said the suspect had a child, between 2 and 5 years old, with her.
Another report from March 26 said a white male took steak and lobster from the grocery department in Wal-Mart and then went to the house wares department where he put the food in his pants. When the suspect left the store without paying for the merchandise, two employees stopped him, but he ran away.
The report said the suspect dropped some of the stolen groceries and he stopped to pick it up before getting into a burgundy Cadillac with a yellow dealer tag. The report said the car was driven by a second white male.
A March 29 report said a female suspect stole three cases of Budweiser and left the area in a dark VW Jetta.