The Union Public Safety Department reported the following incidents:
— On Oct. 28, officers responded to Provident Community Bank in reference to counterfeit money, which was found in the bank’s night drop deposits from five local businesses. Officers found that five bills each had the same serial number, and the remaining counterfeit bills each shared another serial number. The incident report states the deposits were made at the bank’s branch on Duncan Bypass, Union. The information was turned over to investigations.
— On Oct. 28, officers responded to a residence on Lakeside Drive in reference to a stolen power meter. A City of Union employee reported that the meter would not read. The employee was advised by the city utilities department that the meter was last read on Sept. 27, but the last time the house had utilities was Aug. 12, 2010. The employee then went to the back of the house and discovered the meter had been removed from the meter base. The employee was advised by the utility department to call police and file a report.
The Union County Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrest:
— Roderick Nathaniel Peake, 35, of 1313 Santuc Carlisle Highway, Union, was charged with driving under suspension and uninsured motor vehicle. According to the incident report, Peake was pulled over because of no tag light.
The Union County Sheriff’s Office reported the following incidents:
— Officers responded to a residence on Tinker Creek Road, Union in reference to a burglary alarm. The kitchen window was broken out, with glass and a rock found on the kitchen floor. A rail from the deck was also broken off. Officers observed and photographed footprints and tracks from an unknown type of vehicle in the back yard.
— A Jonesville resident reported on Oct. 28 that while her car was parked on Old English Road, Union, between 3-4 p.m., here Kindle Fire tablet was stolen from her vehicle, which was not locked. The tablet was valued at $327.