Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated several auto break-ins, thefts and incidents involving drugs. Among those reported were the following:
Oct. 6 – D.L. Brinston responded to 230 Colonial Dr. where Luther Lucas III reported the theft of a computer valued at $350.
Oct. 5 – E.E. Standard responded to 732 Easley Hwy. where Jessica Maison reported that her boyfriend Gregory Harrison, WM, 48, 5’10″, 215 pounds, had struck her during an argument about her drug use. He was not present and no arrests were made.
Oct. 6 – D.L. Brinston was on patrol near Hwy. 8 and Smythe St. when he observed a vehicle driving recklessly. As the vehicle passed him, he identified Pattie Marie Saxon, WF, 37, 5’2″, 150 pounds, of Piedmont, in the back seat, and he knew that she was wanted on an active warrant. He initiated a traffic stop and the driver Sue Ann Fincher, WF, 31, 5’10″, 210 pounds, of Taylors, consented to a search of the vehicle. Subsequently, both were arrested for possession of methamphetamine.
Oct.7 – D.L. Brinston was on patrol near Hwy. 8 and Hwy. 20 when he observed a white male matching the description of a subject in an earlier incident. He made contact with Branson Lackey, WM, 18, 5’9″, 130 pounds, of Piedmont. He was arrested for public disorderly conduct.
Oct. 6 – J.A. Bannister responded to 205 Highway 17 where Timothy Gleason reported that someone had entered his vehicle and stolen items valued at $285.
Oct. 6- J.A. Bannister was dispatched to 111 Victoria Way where Tiffany Childers reported that someone had egged her fiance’s car, doing $200 damage.
Oct. 6 – J.J. Jacobs was on patrol near Osteen Hill and Williams Roads when he saw a 2011 Saturn swerving in the lane, and displaying a broken tail light. He initiated a traffic stop and subsequently learned that the driver, Amy Avery, BF, 33, 5’6″, 170 pounds, was driving on a suspended license. It was her third offense and she was arrested and taken to ACDC.
Oct. 7 – J.A. Bannister responded to 301 Hwy. 17 where Pamela Thurston reported that someone had entered her vehicle and stolen items valued at $400.
Oct. 7 – J.A. Bannister was dispatched to the O’Reilly Auto Parts store at 1231 Old River Rd. where Ben Drummond stated that someone had used a rock to break the window of his vehicle and steal items valued at $255.
Oct. 7 – A.E. Creamer responded to 118 Goldfinch Court where Randy Smith reported the theft of his SC license plate (HSV435) from his truck.
Oct. 7 – E.E. Standard responded to 135 Reid Bagwell Rd, where Kyl Bailey reported that someone had entered his vehicle and stolen the garage door opener inside.
Oct. 8 – J.T. Bowers was on patrol in the area of Hwy.86 and Hwy. 17 when he observed a car being driven erratically. He attempted a traffic stop when the vehicle accelerated and fled. Eventually the car crashed and the driver fled on foot. Following a K-9 search. Frankie Brooks Jr., WM, 24, 6’1″, 160 pounds was found on top of a building at 516 Hwy. 17. He was taken into custody.
Oct.4 – L.F. Bolden responded to Ellison’s Service Center at 1200 Anderson Dr. where Seth Roth reported that Thomas McDonald , WM, 5’8″, 140 pounds, of Williamston, had robbed him at knife point, stealing his cell phone, laptop, and money, as well as his 2006 minivan.
Oct. 5 – J.K. Price responded to 824 Firetower Rd. where Kimesha Dean reported that someone had entered her vehicle and stolen items valued at $350.
Oct. 5 – S. Hill responded to 1103 Beaverdam Rd. where Jonathan Jackson reported that Karissa Davis, WF, 20 had taken his car without his permission the day before.
Oct. 6 – C. Hagood was working extra duty at the Anderson Motor Speedway when two pit crew members began cussing a track official. Anthony Cordell. WM, 35, 5’8″, 200 pounds, from Greenville, grabbed the official by the shoulder. He was arrested by Hagood. While Hagood was placing him in the cruiser, another crewmember, Dale Walker, WM, 28, 6’, 238 points, of Greenville, also began cussing the official in a loud voice and refused to stop. Both men were transported to the ACDC on charges of public disorderly conduct.
Oct. 7 – M.B. Gambrell responded to the Town and Country Bar at 1602 Anderson Dr. where Randy Smith reported that someone had entered the vehicle while it was parked there and stolen tools and other items valued at $1800.