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Summerville Police Reports. . .

A 44-year-old Summerville woman was arrested Thursday morning for making a false representation to police or any city department, according to a police report.

Beth Raylene Neighbors, of 218 Bittings Avenue, said told cops that her pain medicine was stolen from her bedroom drawer. She gave cops the names of three suspects.

“During the investigation, all three suspects were eliminated. [Neighbors] admits that she is addicted to her medication and snorts them so she gets the effects quicker. [Neighbor] stated that she also had smoked crack cocaine two days prior and had smoked meth on a boat last day,” Officer Phillip Cox reported.



Corsica Tierra Johnson, of Seventh Street, Summerville, reported that she is missing a vehicle title. She purchased a 2004 Nissan Maxima from a car company on Dec. 12. She never received the tag but believes it got lost in the mail.


Valeria Amber Leyva, of Trion, lost $400 in cash on Wednesday. She was at the Regions Bank ATM and was withdrawing the cash when she got distracted. She left and forgot to grab the cash. When she returned 5-10 minutes later, the money was gone.


William Cassey Robinson, of Summerville, said someone used his identity to cut off his cellphone service. He’s getting them reconnected.


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