So far no arrest has been made in connection with a dog killing that took place Aug. 21.
A 20-year-old man from Bluebird Street says his neighbor shot and killed his pit bull.
The complainant said his dog stays chained outside his home but somehow slipped out of his collar. He said he saw the dog was missing when he went to take the pet inside his home because it was starting to storm.
According to the report, the suspect is accused of shooting the dog either on his property or at a nearby boat landing. Blood was found at the landing by the complainant’s mother.
The dog owner said he asked the suspect if he shot the dog. The man reportedly said “yeah and I got rid of him. That should teach you to keep your dog locked up.”
He was allegedly laughing as he answered, the report states.
The case was expected to be presented to a magistrate for possible prosecution.
It is estimated it will cost about $1,800 to repair the damage caused by vandals at Waccamaw High School Aug. 22.
School leaders say someone used black spray paint to paint over the numbers on 166 parking spaces in the school’s parking lot.
Unfortunately, the school’s security cameras were not working at the time so there are no suspects.
wife with gun
A 30-year-old Williamsburg County man is accused of threatening his wife by holding a gun to her head early Saturday at a residence in the Pleasant Hill area.
The woman said her husband got mad when she told him he could not do drugs with some of his friends after they all left a bar.
She said while they were at their home, he placed a revolver in his waistband and then they left to go to her mother’s house.
During the drive, the man reportedly held the gun to his wife’s head several times while threatening to kill her and her family.
She also said her husband told her he would kill them all if she said anything to anyone while they were at her mother’s house.
Because she could tell something was troubling her daughter, her mother asked several times to talk to her alone but the suspect refused to leave. After the victim’s father walk in, the suspect walked out of the house and drove away.
Deputies searched the area but the man was not located. A warrant was expected to be signed for his arrest.
Drunk under the
Friday night lights
A 17-year-old Waccamaw High School student was arrested for being intoxicated while at the school’s football game Aug. 24.
After being tipped off about the teen’s condition. a deputy saw him in the stands. He was swaying back and forth, was unsteady on his feet and his speech was slurred when he tried to answer the officer’s questions.
The teen admitted he had consumed four beers. He had purchased a 6-pack. The remaining two beers were found in his car.
Recycle witnesses theft
An employee of a county recycling center on Grate Ave. in Pawleys Island said she watched as a man loaded a set of weights that were in a Dumpster into his vehicle Aug. 21. At about the same time someone else took a water heater from another Dumpster.
The worker said she told them they could not take the items but they drove away.
Information is subject to change as the investigation proceeds. Individuals arrested and/or charged have not been convicted.
— Compiled by Scott Harper
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