The Union Public Safety Department reported the following arrests:
— Devek Jermaine Mitchell, 22, of 164 Rosetta Court, Spartanburg, was charged with shoplifting around 2 p.m. Nov. 14. According to the arrest warrant, Mitchell took seven cases of beer, a box of diapers, and a plastic latch tote from Walmart on Nov. 14.
— Gary Cunningham, 30, of 304 Tower Drive, Moore, was charged with an ABC violation around 2 p.m. Nov. 14. According to the incident report, Cunningham had an open bottle of liquor in his vehicle while at Walmart in Union.
The Union Public Safety Department reported the following incidents:
— An employee of Paradise Home Center, located at 600 Old Buffalo Road, Union, reported on Nov. 14 that a female walked into the store’s garden center, took a bag, possibly containing sand or mulch, carried it to a dark colored PT Cruiser, and drove off without paying. The case was forwarded to investigations.
The Union County Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrest:
— Jimmy Arthur Rhinehart, Jr., 45, of 101 Toluca St., Union, was charged with disorderly conduct around 12:50 a.m. Nov. 15.
The Union County Sheriff’s Office reported the following incidents:
— A resident of Spring Valley Road, Buffalo, reported on Nov. 14 that someone knocked down a fence post on her property and took a “no trespassing” sign as well as two pieces of wood. The missing wood is valued at $20.
— An employee of KC Mart, located at 439 North Duncan Bypass, Union, reported on Nov. 14 that someone pumped $15.28 in gas and drove off without paying. The employee recorded the license plate number and turned it over to police.
— An employee of Dollar General, located at 821 Main Street, Buffalo, reported on Nov. 14 that two females concealed a package of Huggies diapers valued at $10.50 and left the store without paying for them, although they paid for other items. The employee stated she stood behind the car in an attempt to get the tag number, and the women told her if she didn’t move, they would run her over.
— A resident of Jonesville Highway, Union, reported on Nov. 14 that someone forced open the back door to his residence and stole a black safe containing $30,000 in cash and $2,000 worth of silver coins between 2-9:30 p.m. The complainant stated his marriage license was also in the safe.
— A resident of Peach Orchard Road, Union, reported on Nov. 15 that while he was away between Nov. 10-15, someone pulled a window AC unit out of his window and stole items from his residence. Missing items include a 32-inch Samsung TV valued at $600, a Phillips DVD player valued at $100, approximately 40 DVDs valued at $800, approximately 15 Wii video games valued at $200, a red Nintendo Wii console valued at $250, a Nintendo Wii art console valued at $100, a Ryobi drill and sawz-all valued at $100, and a window air conditioning unit valued at $300.