Brian K. Bailey Sr., 30, of 146 W. Red Bay Road, was arrested on June 10 for allegedly kicking in a door and threatening to kill the victim with a knife while in the 10 block of Weatherly Way on May 12. Bailey is charged with first-degree …
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Brian K. Bailey Sr., 30, of 146 W. Red Bay Road, was arrested on June 10 for allegedly kicking in a door and threatening to kill the victim with a knife while in the 10 block of Weatherly Way on May 12. Bailey is charged with first-degree domestic violence.
Anthony T. Coursey, 49, of 3991 Country Lane, and Christine Marie Connor, 37, of 2586 S.C. 261 South, Wedgefield, were arrested on June 28 and charged with receiving stolen goods valued at $10,000 or more; forgery of a value less than $10,000; and conspiracy for allegedly possessing and selling stolen goods in November 2016. According to a news release from Sumter County Sheriff's Office, Coursey and Connor possessed about $23,000 in reportedly stolen items on Nov. 4 and forged a Bill of Sale in the amount of $7,000 after selling the items. Coursey and Connor also planned to steal the items and resell them, according to the release.
Robert L. Stevenson III, 18, of 1295 Shoreland Drive, was arrested on June 20 and charged with malicious injury to property for allegedly causing $2,000 or less in damage to the victim's wooden chairs, kitchen door panel, front door and a kitchen wall using a baseball bat in the 960 block of Parsons Lane on May 7. Also, on June 23, Robertson was charged with first-degree burglary for allegedly kicking in the front door of a residence in the 2200 block of Bob White Drive and taking guns, ammunition and other items valued at $3,295 on June 18.
A Panasonic TV, unknown size, valued at $800; a Panasonic radio valued at $300; an Acer computer valued at $350; a PlayStation 3 valued at $300; a Guitar Hero game valued at $100; a purse, unknown brand, valued at $150; and approximately $500 in jewelry were reportedly stolen from a residence in the 30 block of Antrim Court on Monday.
A recreational vehicle, unknown make and model, with University of South Carolina Gamecock colors and stickers and Ocean Lakes Campground stickers, valued at $6,000, was reportedly stolen while it was parked at a residence in the 400 block of Mikom Road between 2 and 9:10 a.m. on Tuesday.
Approximately $600 in liquor was reportedly stolen from a store in the 4500 block of Florence Highway in Mayesville on Tuesday.
Four black 20-inch Mickey Thompson tires valued at $1,000 and four silver tire rims, unknown make, valued at $1,500 were reportedly stolen from a residence in the 10400 block of Lynches River Road in Lynchburg on Tuesday.
A gold 2000 Chevrolet Cavalier valued at $5,000 was reportedly stolen while it was parked at a residence in the 1800 block of Horatio-Hagood Road in Rembert on Tuesday.
A Toshiba laptop valued at $1,000, $500 in cash and an LG tablet valued at $500 were reportedly stolen from a night club in the 500 block of Old Manning Road between 9:30 p.m. on Monday and 8:40 a.m. on Tuesday.
A pink stun gun, unknown make, valued at $25; a black canister of Mace valued at $12; and a Swiss Army knife valued at $20 were reportedly stolen from a residence in the 2300 block of Brookgreen Road between 11:30 p.m. on Monday and 8:15 p.m. on Tuesday.
Approximately $2,000 in damage was caused to the lining of a pool in the 1000 block of Wellsboro Court between 3 a.m. on Saturday and midnight on Sunday. According to an incident report from Sumter Police Department, a propane heater, unknown make, valued at $300 was reportedly stolen from the residence.
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