Larceny from vehicle | On June 26 in Murrells Inlet, a woman said she went to see a movie, and someone broke into her vehicle. She was missing a yellow straw purse valued at $50, a brown leather wallet valued at $20, a cell phone valued at $50, a tool set valued at $75, a Visa card, a Shell gas card and a Mastercard.
Public disorderly conduct | On June 23, an officer was explaining their rights to both parties in a dispute at a motel. The manager wanted both parties evicted and placed on trespass notice. One subject was sober and left. The officer had seen the other subject staggering. He smelled of alcohol and had red, bloodshot eyes. Refusing the officer's offer to call someone to come get him, he said he had no place to go. He was arrested, and he cursed the officer on the way to the Surfside Police Department, where he refused to answer questions. Later, while the officer was taking him to the J. Reuben Long Detention Center, he was kicking the officer's seat and spitting. The officer had the jail van and another officer meet him and take control of the subject.
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