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NCIC

CASE NUMBER

INQ.

INCIDENT REPORT

AGENCY I.D.

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SC0260400

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TYPE VICTIM

UNITS

COMPLETED

INCIDENT TYPE

1.

Larceny/ Petit or SimpleLarceny- $2,000or less

PREMISE TYPE

FORCED ENTRY

Individual

rj Business

DNO DYES

I NO

DYES

DNO DYES

DNO

Financial
Government
Relig. Orgn.
Soc./Public

Other

Unknown

DYES

DNO DYES

DNO

Police Off.

53

WEAPON TYPE

ZIP CODE

29566

1283 S HWY 57
DISPATCH DATE/TIME 24 HR. CLOCK

24 HR. CLOCK

DATE

24 HR. CLOCK

LOCATION NO.

TIME ARRIVED

10:00

12/14/2015

17:00

11/20/2015

ENTERED

I YES

INCIDENT LOCATION (SUBDIVISION, APARTMENT AND NUMBER, STREET NAME AND NUMBER

INCIDENT DATE

ENTD.

COMPLAINANT'S NAME(LAST, FIRST, MIDDLE)

10:34

12/14/2015

RELATIONSHIP TO SUBJECT

10:45

J s

11:34
EVENING PHONE

DAYTIME PHONE

RESIDENT

u
LOCATION NO.

J S

HORRY COUNTY SCHOOLS

EVENING PHONE

DAYTIME PHONE

RESIDENT

RELATIONSHIP TO SUBJECT

VICTIM'SNAME(LAST, FIRST, MIDDLE)

FACIAL HAIR, SCARS, TATOOS, GLASSES, CLOTHING, PHYSICAL PECULIARITIES, ETC.

LITTLE RIVER

1283SHwy57
VISIBLE INJURY (VICT. 1) YES

VICTIM (NO. 1)

USING: ALCOHOL

RUNAWAY

SC
COMPLAINT OF ANYNON-VISIBLE INJURIES

EXPLAIN

YES

NO

DRUGS:

UNK

ONE-MAN VEH. Q DETECTIVE/SPLASMT. Q

TWO-MAN VEH.
SUSPECT

NO D

LOCATION NO.

STATE

CITY

UNK

YES NO

ASSISTED

ALONE

OTHER

Q YES NO

TYPE:
S - State

J - This Jurisdiction

O - Out of State

U - Unknown
HAIR

HEIGHT

DATE OF BIRTH

NAME(LAST, FIRST, MIDDLE)

BLK BRO

BELLAMY, MANDY
FACIAL HAIR, SCARS, TATOOS, GLASSES, CLOTHING, PHYSICAL PECULIARITIES, ETC.

WANTED

WARRANT

CITY

STATE

ARREST

LONGS

SC

JAIL

SUMMONS

SUBJECT (NO. 1) USING: ALCOHOL


DRUGS: YES

NO D

UNK

YES NO UNK

ARRESTED NEAR OFFENSE SCENE

TOTAL* ARRESTED

TYPE:

Dyes

no

LOCATION NO.

DATE/TIME OF ARREST

DATEmME OF OFFENSE

11/20/2015 5:00:00 PM

On December 15, 2015, Horry County Police Officer Dulina received acall for service at 1283 SHwy 57, within the
Little River section of Horry County in reference to a larceny complaint.

Upon arrival Officer Dulina met with the complainant, principal, Mrs. Underwood, and the bookeeper, Mr. Campman.
Mr Campman advised that it was brought to his attention by the director of the child care program that the suspect was
acting strange within the past several weeks, showed an overwhelming interest in receiving the money from parents, and
would always want to drop the "money bag" at the end of the work day. He added that on one occasion she told the
director that she had to drop something in the mailbox ofthe principal and stated she would drop the money offunder

the bookkeepers door; however, the director checked the principals mailbox and it was empty. On December 7,
2015 Mr Campman advised the director to take apicture ofall the money, receipts, and place them in the bag. He
added that the suspect took the bag from the director and delivered it to the bookkeepers office; however, on the
morning of December 8, 2015, Mr. Campman, the principal, and the director of the child care program opened the orrice
door together and found the bag to be $170 short. Furthermore, the receipt was missing, and after reviewing the video
JURISDICTION OF RECOVERY
LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY

JURISDICTION OF THEFT
LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY

TOTAL VALUE

TYPE (GROUP)

20
1115

RECOVERED

SUBJECT IDENTIFIED

YES

NO

REASON FOR EXCEPTIONAL CLEARANCE:

ACTIVE

SUBJECTLOCATED

YES

1. OFFENDER DEATH.

I ADM. CLOSED

UNFOUNDED

NO |

3.

2. NO PROSECUTION.

EX-CLEAR UNDER 18

ARRESTED 18AND OVER

EX-CLEAR 18 ANDOVER

EXTRADITION DENIED
APPROVING OFFICER

UNIT

REPORTING OFFICER(S)

ARRESTED UNDER18

NUMBER

Dulina, Corey Peter


FOLLOW-UP

INVESTIGATION

yes

4.

VICTIM DECLINES COOPERATION.

5.

JUVENILE- NO CUSTODY

footage, the suspect is seen walking down the hall from the cafeteria, rounding the corner to go toward the bookkeepers
officer, but she later sits down on the chair. While seated you can see the suspect un-zip the money bag, pull out
several

payments, set one aside, return all other items, and zip the bag up; however, as she walks to drop the bag it is clear
there is something in her hand aftershe zipped the bag, suspected to be the $170 and receipt. Seeing this, the
administration began an audit investigation and found several transactions, some the suspect signed the receipt for, that
never made it to the bookkeeper (sheet attached).

Mr. Campman stated several things that raised their suspicion: the duty ofthe director isto receive the payments from
the parents and drop the money at the end ofthe day; however, there are times where the director is dealing with a
child/parent and issimply not able to due such; at which time the director would delegate the assignment toa staff
member, such as the suspect, which she showed an overly odd interest in being delegated that task. The receipt book is
a

three part booklet: white, pink, and yellow, all ofwhich are carbon copy style. The white copy is given to the parent,
the yellow is attached to the money and placed into the money bag, and the pink remains in the receipt booklet. Upon
conducting the audit administration found several pink copies in the booklet that never had a match tothe yellow copy;
meaning it was never received by the bookkeeper. Looking further, most of those transactions were received by the

suspect, and on video for those days she is seen carrying the money bag to the bookkeepers. After the administration
interviewed the suspect she claimed on the day the $170 was missing and she sat on the chair prior to dropping the
money, that she was simply just matching the receipts to the money, which is not her duty to do so, and could not
provide an explanation as to what she pulled out of the bag. Concluding their investigation the suspect was
subsequently placed on administration leave with pay, pending the outcome ofthe investigation.

Officer Dulina received all receipt booklets and scanned into the report. The video footage is being obtained in
upcoming days.

Officer Dulina contacted Sgt Graham and advised him of the incident, and the extensive time needed to investigate this
case; at which time he advised to forward the case to have it assigned to a detective.

The suspect has not been contacted byOfficer Dulina at the time ofthis report.
There was no further information available at the time of this report.

NOTE: THE SUSPECT INFORMATION IS WAITING TO BE OBTAINED BY SCHOOL STAFF, DOB, ETC.