A man caught on camera allegedly stealing nearly $2,500 from a Bluffton hotel safe early Monday was later identified by an employee as her ex-boyfriend, Beaufort County Sheriff’s deputies said. The alleged theft happened between 3 a.m. and 3:30 a.m. Monday at the Suburban Extended Stay off Fording Island Road, according to a Sheriff’s Office report. The employee noticed the money was missing later Monday morning and checked the building’s surveillance footage.
An adult male was taken to the hospital Monday evening after he was shot in Seabrook. According to a Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office news release that was sent around 8:45 p.m., the man was shot in the Delaney Circle area. No suspect description was released. On Tuesday morning, Capt. Bob Bromage of the Sheriff’s Office said investigators do not yet have an update on the suspect’s description or the victim’s condition. This story will be updated as more information becomes available.
One of two men wanted in connection with a Nov. 6 shooting at a St. Helena Island convenience store has turned himself in, while the other remains at large, Beaufort County Sheriff’s deputies said. Jermaine Sharodd Gadson, 41, of St. Helena, turned himself in Tuesday morning at the Sheriff’s Office, according to a department release. Gadson is charged in warrants with misprision of a felony and unlawful carrying of a handgun, the release said.
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Selecting a term
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