Anderson County Sheriff’s Report


Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following incidents:


March 17 – P.C. Henry responded to 101 Williamsburg Way where Maria Meinke reported that someone entered her vehicle and stole her Garmin GPS and a cell phone adaptor. The items were valued at $145.

March 18 – P.A. Cochrane responded to 613 Cely Rd. where Vanessa Mason reported being assaulted by her son, Jody Mason, WM, 23, 5’9″, 150 pounds. The alleged assault came during an argument over some power tools Jody tried to take from the residence.

March 19 – C.S. Hayes and J.T. Bowers initiated a traffic stop near Hood Rd. and Old Pendleton Rd. The car sped away for a few hundred yards, where the driver stopped, and jumped from the car, fleeing on foot.

Stanley Sargent, WM, 52, 5’9″, 145 pounds, brn/blue, of Greenville, was apprehended by Hayes, while Bowers detained the passenger, Boyd White, WM, 25, 5’9″, 150 pounds, of Easley. Sargent was determined to have no SC driver’s license. White was determined to have two bench warrants in Anderson County. Both were taken into custody and transported to ACDC.


March 25 – J.D. Sparkman was dispatched to 1 Baldwin St. where Jack Golden reported the burglary of an out building at that location.

March 16 – C.T. McBee was dispatched to 3 River St. where Kathy Nabors reported that her son-in-law, William Prather, Jr., WM, 33,6’, 240 pounds, brn/grn, had assaulted her daughter, Kirby Prather, WF, 27, 5’4″, 180 pounds. According to reports, Prather has one prior conviction for criminal domestic violence.


March 16 – P.N. Turner and R.M. Cooper were dispatched to 107 Hurricane Creek Rd. where James Wilson reported the theft of an HVAC unit valued at $2700.

March 16 – J.E. Scott was dispatched to 111 Victoria Way where Joshua Brooks reported that someone had entered his father-in-law Danny Beasley’s truck and stolen several tools and other items valued at $980.

March 16 – J.M. Fowler was dispatched to 729B Iler St. where Calvin Marko reported that someone had broken windows in his house. The damage was estimated at $300.

March 17 – R.D. Smith responded to 319 Hurricane Creek Rd. where Curtis Freeman reported that someone had broken into his shed and stolen four gas cans. They then siphoned the gas from three vehicles in his yard.


March 24 – S.L. Steward responded to 116 Kirsch Dr. where Kevin Winkler reported the theft of a black toolbox containing hand and power tools valued at $500.

March 16 – Deputy Hunt responded to 2611 Anderson Hwy. where Burgess Harrison was charged with allowing an animal to run free, as a result of his pit bull attacking his neighbor and inflicting serious wounds. Susan Ashley was treated at a local medical facility. Harrison was charged $800 for the violation and signed an animal surrender form. The deputy seized the animal and took it to the animal shelter.