Investigators apprehend suspect following stolen vehicle incident in Berkeley County

Berkeley County News

BERKELEY COUNTY, S.C. (WCBD) – On January 26, Cynthia Donna Ann Droze, 39, made statements to a friend about driving a 1990 Chevy Suburban that was stolen, according to officials with the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office.

Authorities stated that Droze communicated with her friend via text message and video recordings about the stolen vehicle.

The Berkeley County Warrants Division with the assistance of Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office located and arrested Droze for the stolen Chevy on January 29. During the investigation the stolen Chevy was discovered and that another vehicle, a stolen red Ford Mustang was also in Droze’s possession, officials stated.

Droze stated to deputies and investigators that she had not driven a vehicle since going to jail on December 2nd for charges out of Charleston County for Possession of a Stolen Vehicle.

Investigators came across Droze’s Facebook page and found a video of her driving the stolen Mustang. Droze posted the Facebook live video in the early morning hours of January 29.

Droze has been booked into the Hill-Finklea Detention Center six times since 2009. Her charges have included Failure to Surrender Suspended Driver’s License, Possession of Cocaine, Disorderly Conduct, Receiving Stolen Goods (x2), Shoplifting, DUI, Driving Under Suspension, Possession of a Stolen Vehicle (x2), and Grand Larceny.

Droze also currently has charges pending for the City of North Charleston.

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