Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated an incident in which shots were fired into the home and cars of an Easley resident and other incidents in which items were taken from vehicles.
Feb. 8 – M.T. Brooks was dispatched to 420 Randall Rd. where Timothy Cartee reported that someone had fired shots into his home and both vehicles. The damage was estimated at $5000.
Feb. 10 – E.S. Russell and S.L. Steward responded to 202 Heatherwood Dr. where Salina Brown reported the theft of tools, a purse, and other items from the vehicles parked at the residence. The loss was estimated at $1985.
Feb. 10 – E.S. Russell and S.L. Steward responded to 121 Brookstone Dr. where Michael Fowler reported the theft of several items including a checkbook from his truck at the residence.
Feb. 10 – E.S. Russell and S.L. Steward were dispatched to 123 Innis Brook Dr. where Thomas Cobb reported the theft of a gray Lincoln welder valued at $1500.
Feb. 8 – J.E. Scott responded to 124 Colonial Dr. where Kenneth Lollis reported the theft of his 2010 Polaris ATV and a utility trailer it was on. The total loss was estimated at $12,900.
Feb.8 – J.G. Williams responded to 101 Brookview Dr. where John Cape reported the theft of several items from his home, including the surveillance camera mounted on his garage. The loss was estimated at $100.00.
Feb. 10 – K. Evatt responded to 400 Johnson Rd. where David Pyatte reported the theft of a Garmin Nuvi GPS unit from his vehicle, valued at $100.
Feb. 11 – B. Vaughn responded to 4 Sylvia Lane where Bryan McCall reported returning home to find that someone had attempted to break into his home. The damage to the door was estimated at $100.
Feb. 8 – E.S. Russell responded to two addresses on Kingsland Way – 109 and 142. Both residents reported the theft of items from their cars. The total loss at both locations was $185.
Feb. 8 – E.S. Russell was dispatched to 118 Goldfinch Court, where Gretchen Smith reported the theft of a large amount of professional Go Kart racing equipment, including one assembled cart, a chassis, five motors and other items. The loss was estimated at $12,800.
Feb. 9 – E.S. Russell responded to 6 Prince Edward Court, where Christopher Bolden reported the theft of his tree stand valued at $350.
Feb. 9 – J.G. Williams responded to 1411 Hwy. 86 where Chris Hills reported that someone had broken into his vehicle and stole a cooler from inside. Entry was gained by throwing a brick through the window, doing $40 in damage.
Feb. 10 – J.G. Williams was dispatched to 114 Wrenfield Dr. where Kathy Kaminska reported the theft of her 5X8 black utility trailer, valued at $1500.
Feb. 11 – R.M. Cooper was dispatched to 160 Kingsland Way where Lon Jennings reported the theft of his 2006 Honda dirt bike, valued at $2000.
Feb. 11 – J.E. Scott responded to 5 King St. where Sherry Beasley reported the theft of her 2002 Buick LeSabre, valued at $10,000.
Feb. 11 – R.M. Cooper was dispatched to 106 Wiggington Rd. where Brenda Mull reported the theft of two mountain bikes valued at $4800.
Feb 8 – B.C. Scroggs responded to 429 McAlister Rd. where Daniel Zepeda reported that someone had broken into his car and stolen a number of items, valued at $500.
Feb. 8 – J.G. Williams was dispatched to 114 Hillcrest Dr. where Crystal Smith reported that someone had broken into her car and stolen a number of items valued at approximately $580.
Feb. 8 – K. Evatt responded to 206 Cherokee Rd. where Deborah Owen reported surprising a man in her back yard. According to reports, she was home ill and heard someone outside. She saw a white male walking around with a sheet rock bucket with what appeared to be packages of frozen meat and two fishing rods in it.
When she challenged the man, later arrested and identified as Michael Perry, WM, 34, 6’1″, 180 pounds, brn/blue, of Pelzer, he came towards her, but fled on foot when she pointed a handgun at him. He was later captured after a foot chase by Evatt and J.G. Williams. The report of the stolen meat and fishing gear was later filed by Sharon Williams, of 181 Cherokee Road.