Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following incidents:
PELZER – Jan. 12 – K. Evatt responded to 2100 Highway 86 to a store there. He took possession of a counterfeit twenty dollar bill.
Jan. 14 – B. Vaughn responded to 106 Lucky Lane in reference to a prowler report. He found William Moore, WM, 38, 6’, 170 pounds, of Fountain Inn, sitting on the back steps of the residence. He was under the influence of some substance, according to Vaughn, and was unable to communicate. He began cursing loudly and was arrested for public disorderly conduct.
Jan. 11 – P.A. Cochrane was dispatched to 126 Childers Circle where Mark Hayes reported the theft of a shotgun, valued at $250, from his home.
Jan. 12 – K. Evatt was dispatched to 220 Hurricane Creek Rd. where Matthew Bell reported that someone entered his utility building and stole a 2003 Honda 4 wheeler and a 1992 Yamaha dirt bike. The loss was estimated at $2500.
Jan. 13 – J.T. Bowers responded to Needful Things, a business located at 101 Cely Lane, where Kevin Knight reported that someone had stolen five light fixtures and 8 shelving units, valued at $980. Surveillance video revealed an early 2000s model white Dodge Ram 1500 extended cab 4WD truck pull in and park with the passenger side towards the camera. The vehicle also backed away when it left so he tag was not visible.
Jan. 14 – B. Vaughn responded to Peterbilt of Greenville, located at 2605 River Rd. James Reeder reported that someone had stolen 38 rims and tires from a total of six Peterbilt trucks. The loss was estimated at $38,000.
Jan. 14 – J.E. Scott responded to 205 Saluda Dr. to the Creekside Apartments. Cynthia Hunt, Apt. manager, reported the theft of the air conditioning unit for the office. The loss was estimated at $5000.
Jan. 14 – R.M. Cooper responded to 10903 Anderson Rd. where Lorraine Gilbert reported a purchase made with her debit card at a local supermarket for $358.She said the purchase was unauthorized and that she had obtained a statement of forgery from her bank.
Jan. 14 – J.E. Scott responded to 214 Ridge Bay Court, where Garry Nash reported that someone had stolen a GPS unit and a digital camera from his car. The loss was estimated at $225.
Jan. 12 – K. Evatt responded to 181 Cherokee Rd. where Sharon Williams reported that someone entered her garage and took an Echo leaf blower valued at $370. They also took an H&R single shot shotgun from her truck, valued at $100.
Jan. 14 – R.M. Cooper was dispatched to 1901 Cherokee Rd. to Upstate Livestock, where Marty Fulghum reported that between 15 and 40 head of cattle had been rustled from the livestock pens. The loss was estimated at $6000.