Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated several thefts and an incident resulting in a dog bite. Among incidents investigated were the following:
EASLEY – Nov. 17 – J.T. Bowers responded to a report of a larceny in progress at 430 Mayfield Rd. Upon arrival, he made contact with Kenneth Mayfield who stated he had received a call that there were people loading scrap metal into a vehicle at the site, which belongs to his sister, Deborah Suttles. Upon arriving, Mayfield, who was armed, detained Jessica Evans, Billy Evans, and Matthew Brissey until Bowers arrived.
At that point, Mayfield’s daughter, Jennifer, WF. 30, appeared on the scene and claimed that she had permission to be on the site and to remove the scrap metal. Deborah Suttles was summoned and denied Jennifer’s claims. Since Jennifer Mayfield had told the other three suspects that she had permission to do what they did, no charges were filed against them. Jennifer Mayfield, however, who also has a warrant active in Pickens County, was taken into custody.
Nov. 17 – J.A. Bannister responded to 106 Denise Rd. where Tristan Boswell reported that someone had come to his house and knocked on the door several times before kicking the door and damaging the frame. The loss was estimated at $200.
Nov. 17 – E.E. Standard was dispatched to 26 Holiday St. where Lesley McGee reported that someone had broken into her vehicle and stolen a Pioneer CD player valued at $150.
Nov. 17 – J.T. Bowers responded to 304 Willow Dr. where Russell Banister reported the theft of a blue Campbell Hausfeld pressure washer valued at $300 from his storage shed.
Nov. 18 – J.T. Bowers was dispatched to 1001 Westwood Dr. where George Francis, Jr. reported the entry into his 2005 Cadillac and the theft of camera equipment valued at $2600.
Nov. 18 – J.T. Bowers responded to 304 Miranda Lane where Kim Tolbert reported that someone had broken into her vehicle and stolen an I-Pod valued at $100. She said her dogs had barked all night but it was windy and she thought nothing of it. While Bowers was on the scene, Tolbert went into the back yard to quiet her dogs. Shortly after, Bowers heard screams and went to the fenced yard, where he saw Tolbert engaged with two pit bulls. He tasered one of the dogs and it went under the deck. He noticed blood on Tolbert and stepped between her and the other dog. As he attempted to grab the second dog, it nipped his left finger but did not break the skin and did not pursue its aggression. Tolbert had a bite to her hand and a large wound to her leg. EMS was called to the scene.
Nov. 18 – J.A. Bannister responded to 2100 Hwy. 86 to the Spinx gas station and convenience store, where manager Kimberley Robinson reported that a black male had stolen a carton of Newport cigarettes after she placed them on the counter for him.
Nov. 18 – J.R. Scott served a bench warrant on Brent Bruce, WM, 23. 5’2″, 145 pounds, at the Williamston Police Department and transported him to the ACDC.
Nov. 18 – J.K. Billingsley responded to 202 Jalan Dr. where Donna Woodward reported a burglary at the residence. Her losses were estimated at $1234.