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Found Property
It is very common for deputies to come in contact with found property during the course of their duties. By our policy, if a deputy takes possession of the property they are required to submit the property into evidence for safe keeping. After a 90 day period and exhausting all reasonable efforts to ascertain the legal owner of the property the Sheriff’s Office is allowed by State Law to dispose of the property. Anyone can access the list which is located in the news section of the Sheriff’s Office website. Rightful owners may then contact the Evidence and Property Unit (803-313-2102) to describe the item and claim ownership.

Current List of Found Property 


Stevens 12 Gauge shotgun, model: Nitro Special

Miscellaneous Property:

Cement rabbit garden statue 

White X-box One gaming console

Black leather-like bag

Silver colored woman's watch w/pink face

Silver colored bracelet w/ clear stones

Pre-paid debit card 

HTC cellular phone in protective case

BB gun 

Victoria Secret bag w/ misc items 

Black and white bag with skulls and cross bones containing misc hygiene items and property with a performance evaluation for a Hamilton subject 

Brown Daisy air rifle 

Umarex brand airsoft pistol 


Roadmaster men’s bicycle, “Mt. Fury,” silver w/ black and red 

Next brand men’s bicycle, blue and silver in color ‚Äč