Editor’s note: This edition covers the period from Nov. 26 to Dec. 2. During that time period, the Union County Sheriff’s Office reported no significant events in Fairview, Hemby Bridge, Lake Park, Marvin or Mineral Springs. All cases remain open, unless otherwise indicated.
Clothing theft at Walmart
Deputies were called out to the Walmart at the 2100 block of Younts Road on Tuesday, Nov. 30, responding to a larceny report. An estimated $130 worth of clothes was taken from the store.
Vandalism on Innovation Drive
A Indian Trail resident’s vehicle was totaled Monday, Nov. 29, in the 2000 block of Innovation Drive. The incident happened just after 6 p.m., when the owner walked out to find the front door window to his vehicle smashed, along with $10,000 damage to the Dodge Ram truck.
Nothing to see here
A 28-year-old Indian Trail resident walked out to find vandals had damaged her Ford Ranger. The incident happened in the 3000 block of Brookstone Trace on Tuesday, Nov. 30. The vandals forced the door open, after attempts to pry open the lock failed, causing an estimated $500 damage.
Car stolen from Red Lantern Road
Deputies are investigating who stole an Indian Trail resident’s vehicle Sunday, Nov. 28. The 1989 Honda Civic vanished just after 6:30 p.m. from the home in the 8000 block of Red Lantern Road. There was no sign of a break-in and no damage at the home.
Shingles lifted from local home
Sheriff’s deputies are trying to determine who stole more than $2,000 in shingles from a local resident. The incident happened in the 1700 block of Tower Industrial Drive on Monday, Nov. 29, just after midnight. The roofing shingles were the only things taken in the theft. There was no sign of a break-in and no damage to the property.
Walk in and walk out
A 49-year-old Unionville resident called police Tuesday, Nov. 30, after returning to find her side door was wide open. Nothing had been stolen from the home, and there was no indication of any other damage to the property in the 800 block of Roanoke Church Road.
All that and nothing stolen
Deputies were called out to the 600 block of Amanda Drive on Sunday, Nov. 28, after a resident came out to find more than $1,000 in damage to his vehicle. The incident was called in just after 10 a.m., when the owner found two tires slashed and more than $1,591 worth of damage to the passenger-side door. Nothing was taken from the vehicle, and the owner couldn’t recall hearing anything from inside the home.
Vehicle damaged in garage
A 66-year-old Wesley Chapel resident called deputies Monday, Nov. 29, after walking out to find someone had damaged her vehicle. The car sustained an estimated $1,000 in damage, but nothing was stolen and there was no sign of any other damage to the property. The vehicle had been sitting in the woman’s carport, but the owner said she didn’t hear anything inside the building.