Notices

Citadel Job Fair 2018

Lt. Cassie Brooks and Sgt. Ricardo Perry attended the 2018 Career Fair at Johnson Hagood (The Citadel) stadium which was hosted by the South Carolina National Guard Employment Services Division.  Afternoon attendee’s who were invited are active duty military or veteran who are seeking employment post service from the United States armed services.

In attendance there are 60 employers seeking the benefits of hiring a veteran.  The Hanahan Police Department attended to speak to those seeking to stay in public service after serving their country.

Arrested: David Jesus Huitt Jr.

On April 26, 2018 at 1:15 am, the Hanahan Police Department responded to the 1100 block of Brookside Drive in reference to a homeowner chasing three individuals in who were observed in his driveway and one of them was pulling on the door handle of his vehicle. Numerous police officers responded to Brookside Drive and after an extensive search, an adult male and a juvenile were located in the woods along Turkey Creek Bridge; we were unable to locate the third individual.

The juvenile was released to their guardian and the adult male, David Jesus Huitt Jr. who is currently residing in North Charleston, was arrested. Mr. Huitt has been charged with Simple Possession of Marijuana and Tampering with a Motor Vehicle. Our Detectives are continuing to investigate this matter and there is the possibility of additional charges being filed and arrests being made.

As a reminder, please call 911 immediately if you ever see anything suspicious going on so your police officers can respond and investigate what is going on.

Traffic Advisory: Foster Creek Road / Juliet Drive CLOSED

Foster Creek Road at Juliet Drive is closed until further notice due to a water main break that has washed away portions of the roadway.

Hanahan Police Department, South Carolina Department of Transportation, Berkeley County Roads and Bridges and Charleston Water Systems are on scene working to get the repair completed.

We do not yet have an estimated time of completion although it’s expected to last majority of the day.

Update #1:  4/11/2018 @ 6am – The roadway is opened to through traffic.

Media

Police Receive Trauma Kits

Charlie James from WTMA radio teamed up with his listeners in an effort to give back to the Law Enforcement Community.  Several agencies in the Lowcountry were given trauma kits today, as a result of donations received from radio listeners, Hanahan Police Department was one of those agencies.  Hanahan Police Department was given 20 trauma kits by WTMA radio with help from the Tri-county FOP Lodge #3.  The Hanahan Police Department thanks WTMA, Charlie James and all of the listeners out there.  Although we hope we never have to use one of these kits, having them, may just save a life.

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