Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputes investigated the following:
Feb. 17 – C.P. Huff was dispatched to 402 Roe Rd. where Karen Williams reported that she left her car running in her driveway and someone stole it. The loss was estimated at $3500.
Feb. 18 – B.H. Davis was dispatched to the construction site of a Dollar General Store at 3650 Hwy. 153 where Steve Harrison reported the theft of an amount of trim for the metal building. The loss was placed at $3500.
Feb. 16 – M.D. Creamer conducted a routine traffic stop on Looper Rd. and found that the passenger, Justin Gilliam, WM, 29, 5’10″, 135 pounds, brn/grn, was wanted on a warrant from Pickens County. He placed Gilliam in custody and transported him to the Pickens County line, where he transferred him into the PCSO’s custody.
Feb. 16 – C.P. Huff responded to 130 Whites Dr. where Sherry Dailey, WF, 36, stated that Marvin Chapman, BM, 30, 5’9″, 220 pounds, had assaulted her during an altercation. Chapman threatened a witness to the altercation in front of Huff and was taken into custody and transported to ACDC.
Feb. 18 – C.P. Huff responded to the Hickory Point store at 1645 Easley Hwy. where the clerk reported that an unknown subject gave her a bank card to hold while he filled up with gas. The subject then drove off and the card turned out to be cancelled. The loss was $60.00.
Feb. 18 – C.M. Turner initiated a traffic stop on Hwy. 29 N for faulty equipment and illegal lane change. The driver, Antonio Richardson, BM, 39, 6’3″, 265 pounds provided false identification, which was eventually discovered. He was found to be driving under suspension, with two prior convictions. He was taken into custody but soon began complaining of chest pains, stating that he had suffered a heart attack in January. EMS was dispatched to the Quick Trip gas station at Exit 21 on I-85, where he was transported to AnMed and admitted. He was given courtesy summons for his various offenses.
Feb. 18 – J.K. Billingsley and S. Dunlap were dispatched to 346 Holiday St. where Dawn Martin reported the theft of her red Sun L moped, valued at $400.
Feb. 16 – P. White and R.M. Cooper responded to the Rite Aid pharmacy at 3441 Hwy. 53. The manager said that a heavyset white male in his late 40s set off an alarm leaving the store. The manager yelled at him but he fled in a white or gray four door car, SC tag# EJE131. A Texas Instrument calculator valued at $130 was stolen.
Feb. 16 – C.P. Huff was dispatched to 120 Cades Rd. where Patricia Schmidt reported that someone had crashed through the gate to the property and that she also heard gunshots from the back of the property. A car that was listed as stolen was found abandoned in the brush on the property. Damage to the gate was estimated at $75.
Feb. 18 – C.P. Huff responded to 247 Hood Rd. where Manda Jones, WF, 36, reported that her boyfriend, Matthew West, WM, 32, had assaulted her. She claimed that he choked her and that her daughter (a juvenile) stabbed him with a pencil trying to help her. The juvenile confirmed the story, and there were visible signs of injury. West was placed under arrest and transported to ACDC.
Feb. 15 – C. Martin responded to BHP High School, where principal Lester McCall reported that someone had driven onto the baseball field and cut donuts in the turf, doing between $10-$25,000 worth of damage.