Burglary Reported at Irmo Victim's Home Two Years Ago
Richland County Sheriff's Department released two-year-old incident of burglary at Tammy Parker's home on Tackeria Court.
A two-year-old incident report filed by Tammy Parker, one of two victims in a double-shooting in Irmo, shows a burglary at Parker's home where about $20,000 worth of jewelry was stolen.
In a March 12, 2010, report* released by the Richland County Sheriff's Department Monday afternoon, deputies responded to the Tackeria Court home shortly after 4 p.m. in reference to a burglary.
Parker said someone kicked in her back door and "removed a large quantity of jewelry," according to the report.
The responding officer reported damage to the screen door and back door, and that the house appeared to have been rummaged through.
Drawers were open in Parker's bedroom, bathroom and closet, acoording to the report.
At the time, Parker wasn't able to tell exactly what jewelry was taken and that she would call back with a detailed list.
The report doesn't show if an arrest was made.
* See page one of the attached PDF.