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Thursday, March 21, 2013
Monday, January 28, 2013
Lisa Pistolis arrested for Sunday's fatal wreck near Dorchester Road in North Charleston.
North Charleston Police have charged a Hanahan woman with a felony DUI after she allegedly caused a fatal wreck on I-526 near Dorchester Road Sunday. Lisa Pistolis, 24, has been arrested in the death of Serjei Cahuantzi, 35, of Charleston, who died on the scene of the crash Sunday. Pistolis was out on bond for a DUI charge from a June 2012 incident. Her jury trial is set to begin Feb. 13. The Post and Courier reported: (Pistolis) was driving eastbound on I-526 when the car she was driving drifted off the roadway into the grassy median in the center, police said. Pistolis tried to get back on the road but hit Cahuantzi’s SUV and both cars spun out of control, Pryor said in an email. Cahuantzi’s SUV also flipped several times. Click here to…
Saturday, January 12, 2013
Note indicated dangerous device was inside mall.
UPDATE (4:30 P.M.): Northwoods reopened around 4:30 p.m. after being evacuated due to a threatening note. The original story appears as follows: Northwoods Mall has been evacuated after a note was found inside the mall indicating a dangerous device was inside the shopping complex, according to media reports. North Charleston police spokesman Spencer Pryor says the mall was evacuated after a note was discovered inside, indicating that some type of device may be inside the building, according to Live5News. Pryor says the area is blocked off at this time and that citizens should avoid the area. The mall was emptied by 4 p.m., according to the Post and Courier. One customer said the note was found inside Sears, but all of Northwoods was ringed…
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
The following arrest information was supplied by the Goose Creek Police, Hanahan Police and Berkeley County Sheriff's Office. It does not indicate a conviction.
Mugshots include arrests made by the Goose Creek Police, Hanahan Police and the Berkeley County Sheriff's Office. Charges do not represent a conviction. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty. More Goose Creek Patch Mugshots Mugshots and charges are available to the public through the Hill-Finklea Detention Center. Contact the appropriate law enforcement agency for more information regarding an arrest. For questions about this post, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Don't miss a headline! Like Goose Creek Patch on Facebook!
Monday, December 3, 2012
Foot chase leads to altercation after police say a Hanahan suspect became combative and officers had to use physical force to restrain him.
South Carolina Law Enforcement Division has opened an investigation into a Nov. 28 incident where North Charleston police officers allegedly struck a suspect described as "combative." The investigation was at the request of the law enforcement agency. The officers involved in the arrest have been placed on administrative duty pending the outcome of the SLED investigation. Officers first came in contact with James Cannon, 22, of Hanahan near the railroad track at Remount Road and Dakota Street. As they approached, Cannon allegedly evaded their requests to stop. Cannon allegedly fled, and police officers pursued, according to the incident report. Once an officer caught up with Cannon, the suspect became combative, according to the police …
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Afternoon collision near county line at U.S. 78 and U.S. 52.
A Goose Creek man died in a two-car wreck at U.S. Highways 52 and 78, according to a report from the Post and Courier. Anthony Smith, 38, died at nearby Trident Medical Center. Another person was transported to the Medical University of South Carolina. Read the Post and Courier report.
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Officers were directing traffic around early-morning SCDOT worksite.
A Goose Creek man has been charged with DUI after an accident damaging two North Charleston police cruisers. Daniel Solomon Frasier, 27, of 506 Crenshaw Lane, was charged with driving under the influence with a blood alcohol level above .1 but below .16. Early Saturday morning, North Charleston Police officers were helping to direct traffic for a S.C. Department of Transportation road crew working on three lanes of traffic on Rivers Avenue near Otranto Road. Don't miss a headline! Like Goose Creek Patch on Facebook! At 1:45 a.m., Frasier's white Pontiac allegedly struck a burgundy Kia. The Kia reportedly spun and hit the two police cruiser. The Pontiac also hit one of the cruisers. Frasier was arrested by the S.C. Highway Patrol. The …
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Two unknown suspects involved in early Wednesday incident in North Charleston.
North Charleston police are investigating an early morning shooting off Ashley Phosphate Road. The victim, Tywann Diondrey Nelson, of Goose Creek, was reportedly shot in the thigh. He was transported to Medical University of South Carolina. Officers responded to 7583 Hunters Ridge Lane at 12:45 a.m. Wednesday regarding a possible shooting. Don't miss a headline! Like Goose Creek Patch on Facebook! They found Nelson on the floor in an upstairs bedroom. Officers noted he was extremely calm. A 9mm shell casing was found on the stairs. The victim told police that two unknown black men knocked on the door, asking where "Daren" was. According to the victim, he told the men he didn't know and tried to close the door, but the men busted into the …
Thursday, October 11, 2012
Report: Police find no device. Threat also leads to closed roads.
An alleged bomb threat at the Kmart on Rivers Avenue led North Charleston Police to evacuate the large department store and the nearby Otranto Library, according to several media reports. WCSC, Live 5 News, notes that surrounding streets were closed during the search of the building. NCPD reported no device was found. Read the Live 5 report for more on this story.
Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Are these wrecks a growing trend or nothing new?
I'll preface this question by saying it may just be me, but I can't get over the number of car vs. building reports I've seen in the last year covering Goose Creek and North Charleston. Sometimes its on purpose, as was alleged in the February incident photographed at right. Other times, alcohol is blamed. But, more often than not, its mechanical error or inattention. On Wednesday morning, a Saturn sedan drove into the front of a medical office building off University Drive. The driver was charged with careless operation, according to a WCSC, Live 5 News, report. It's not just our area, a car crashed into a West Ashley dollar store on Wednesday afternoon and a barn at Bessinger's on Savannah Highway was hit by a truck earlier this week. So…