Anderson County Sheriff’s ReportAnderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following incidents: EASLEY Dec. 17 – J.A. Bannister responded to 117 Denise Rd. where Clyde Benton, Jr. reported that someone had stolen four tire rims valued at $200,but he had located and recovered one of them.
Dec. 17 – I. Dodge responded to 103 Creekwood Court where Sonia Reynolds reported the theft of her vehicle, valued at $3000.
Dec. 18 – K. Evatt responded to 495 Old River Road where Mary Buchanan reported that her estranged husband James Buchanan, of Fountain Inn, had followed her and tried to run her off the road. He then followed her home and threatened to kill her, according to the report. While the victim was writing out a statement, the subject approached the house, but sped away when he saw the officer there. The officer escorted the victim to another residence elsewhere.
Dec. 17 – J.A. Bannister was dispatched to 3 Haynes St. in reference to a domestic dispute. Upon arrival he observed Mary Sallee, WF, 30, 5’9″, 125 pounds, blond/blue in the street yelling and cursing. He detected a strong smell of alcohol on her and found her unable to stand without swaying. She was taken into custody for public disorderly conduct.
Dec, 17 – E.E. Standard responded to 904 Anderson St. where William Moore reported that someone had broken the windshield on his 1996 Buick Riviera. The damage was estimated at $500.
Dec. 18 – E.E. Standard responded to 123 River Oaks Circle, where Jeffrey Trammell reported that someone had slashed two tires on one of his vehicles and three tires on the other. The damage was estimated at $800.
Dec. 18 – E.E. Standard responded to 108 Pleasant Woods Rd. where Randy Seliga reported that someone had slashed all four tires on his vehicle and kicked in one of the doors. The damage was estimated at $600.
Dec. 19 – A.M. Love responded to the Super 8 Motel on Hwy. 153 where Nita Patel reported that a guest had stolen the comforter set from their room. She said that Jennifer Lyles, WF, 28, 5’6″,140 pounds, brn/hazel had complained about the price of her room and had been given a discount, but remained unhappy. The next day she allegedly left the motel room through the window, leaving the room locked from the inside. The comforter set, valued at $100, was missing. Deputy Love took a written statement and planned to seek a warrant from the magistrate.