Orangeburg County Sheriff’s Office: Armed Thieves Steal Jeans, Money | Crime and courts
Orangeburg County Sheriff’s Office
Armed robbers stole Wrangler blue jeans, truck keys, a wallet and $ 150 in cash in the north on Saturday night, according to an incident report from the sheriff’s office.
The theft took place just after 10 p.m. at the intersection of New Wolfe Road and AZ Road.
The man was driving a 2004 Chevrolet Silverado when a car approached his truck from behind. Its headlights were flashing.
He stopped, thinking the car wanted to go around him.
Two men got out of the car and approached his truck.
One of the men pointed a silver handgun at him and ordered him out of the truck. The other man searched the truck.
The man told the thieves they can have whatever they want, the report says.
The robbers did not take anything from his truck, but they forced the man to lie on the ground.
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The thieves took off his jeans, the report says.
In addition to his jeans, the robbers also stole the keys to his truck and his wallet containing $ 150.
The man was able to run home and a relative provided him with a spare key to his truck.
The report claims the man was unable to provide a written statement to MPs “due to his level of intoxication”.
â¢ A man had his .22 caliber rifle stolen when he pulled up to the side of Woolbright Road in Santee to relieve himself on Friday night, an incident report said.
The man parked his 2008 Ford Ranger on the side of the road, relieved himself and then returned to his truck. He noticed a blue Honda parked behind his truck and a white BMW parked in front of his truck.
A man exited the BMW, entered the man’s truck, removed the gun and placed it in the back of the Honda, the report said.
As the Honda and BMW were leaving the scene, a passenger in the BMW allegedly pointed an AR-type rifle while threatening to kill the man.
The stolen rifle is valued at $ 250.
â¢ Someone stole two ECU computers from two race cars stored in a hangar on North Road in North over the weekend.
The theft was reported on Sunday.
The computers are worth $ 9,000.
â¢ Someone stole the catalytic converter from a 2018 Chevrolet Express van belonging to the Macedonian AME Church on Second Street in Cope.
The theft was reported on Saturday.
The catalytic converter is valued at $ 1,200.
â¢ The following items were stolen from a house on Penn Road in Orangeburg on Saturday: $ 2,000 in cash, a gold necklace, a pair of Nike sneakers, a gold and diamond ring, and a .40 caliber Glock handgun. .
The value of the stolen items is $ 3,900.
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