The Citizen Beat

On April 30, Manning Police Cpl. David Wells was dispatched to Walmart in reference to a complaint.

 

On April 29, Manning Police Ptl. Charles McFadden responded to a West Huggins St. address in reference to a possible hit and run.

 

On April 29, Manning Police Ptl. Charles McFadden was dispatched to Sunset Drive in reference to a driver crossing the centerline.

 

On April 29, Manning Police Cpl. David Wells was dispatched to the Sav-Way in reference to a complaint.

 

On April 29, Manning Police Sgt. Donell Dixon spoke to a woman who said while at her place of business at Carolina Dance Academy, her vehicle had been damaged.

 

On April 28, Manning Police Sgt. Carlos Rangel and Ptl. Thomas Huckaby spoke to a man in the rear parking lot of the police station concerning an incident with his wife.

 

On April 28, Manning Police Cpl. David Wells was dispatched to a West Huggins St. address in reference to a complaint.

 

On April 28, Manning Police Ptls. James Welsh and Thomas Huckaby responded to the IGA parking lot in reference to an argument between two subjects.

 

On April 28, Manning Police Ptls. James Welsh and Thomas Huckaby responded to the Walmart parking lot in reference to a wreck.

 

On April 28, Manning Police Ptl. James Welsh and Cpl. Alexander Dukes responded to a South Church St. address in reference to a fight between two female workers.

 

On April 28, Manning Police Ptl. Thomas Huckaby was given a phone number in reference to a stolen license plate.

 

On April 27, Manning Police Cpl. David Wells was dispatched to Manning High School in reference to a security alarm.

 

On April 26, Manning Police Det. Eric Rosdail and other investigators were notified by a sheriff’s deputy that M&M Metals on Paxville Hwy had reported that three IGA shopping carts and a metal rack had been brought to them for sale.

 

On April 25, Manning Police Ptl. Charles McFadden responded to an apartment complex in response to possible drug activity.