Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following:
June 21 – ACSO deputies responded to the Hickory Point/7-11 store on Hwy. 153 twice within two hours. S.L. Steward and Cpl. K.D. Pigman both investigated the shoplifting theft of two remote control helicopters by a black male20-30 years old, 6’, 200 pounds. Reports state he grabbed the helicopters and fled around the corner of the store.
June 22 – J.E. Scott responded to the Dollar General Store on Hwy. 153 where store manager Tara Wilkie reported that a white male, 20-25 years old, 5’6″, 150 pounds had stolen items from an outside display and left in a burgundy or red four door car with SC tag IBN587. The loss was estimated at $104.
June 22 – R.D. Smith was dispatched to 1938 Brushy Creek Road where Truel Knutson reported the theft of a utility trailer and three round bales of hay from the location. The loss was estimated at $1770.
June 23 – R.D. Smith investigated complaints of cars being broken into at 106 Highbourne Court and 334 Camperdown Court. Franklin Little reported his window in his Toyota Celica was broken out and ten dollars stolen. Craig Chapman reported that someone entered his work truck and stole power tools valued at $670.
June 23 – J.E. Scott responded to 2100 Old Pendleton Rd. where Karlene Feguson reported that someone had broken into her home.
June 23 – C.R. Carroll was dispatched to 146 Brookstone Dr. where James Wallace reported that someone had gone through his Chevy Suburban, although nothing was taken.
June 22 – C. Martin responded to 7 Fennell Lane where he found Jerry Summerville, WM, 31, 6’2″, 180 pounds, brn/brn in the roadway, with a strong smell of alcohol and unsteady on his feet. He failed to obey the deputy’s instructions and was placed into custody for public disorderly conduct.
June 22 – C.T. McBee was on patrol near Smythe St. when he initiated a traffic stop due to a seatbelt violation. The driver, Gladys Bragg, WF, 33, 5’2″ 165 pounds, brn/brn of Simpsonville was found to be driving under suspension. She was taken into custody.
June 22 – J.D. Sparkman responded to a business located at 103 Hwy. 20S where the victim Elizabeth Free reported that a black male, 25-35 years old, 5’8″, 160pounds, in a gray hoodie, blue jeans, red bandanna and a straw hat entered the store with a handgun and stole $7000. The name of the business was not included in the incident report.
June 22 – J.E. Scott responded to 712 River Rd. where Glen Rogers reported the theft of a dryer from his garage. The loss was set at $125.
June 23 – C.R. Carroll and J.E. Scott responded to the Hickory Point store on Hwy.8 where they found Willis Donald, BM, 33, 6’5″, 225 pounds in an intoxicated state. He had been disturbing the store and its customers by his conduct. He was taken into custody for public disorderly conduct. A search of his vehicle revealed a stolen handgun. He was transported to the ACDC.
June 23 – C.P. Huff responded to the Hickory Point store on Hwy.8 where William Lollis, of Turner Transport, reported that someone had broken into a semi trailer he had left on the back lot of the store and stolen a variety of items valued at $1030.
June 23 – C.P. Huff responded to Anchor Storage at 101 Moore Rd. where Ben Merritt reported that someone had torn down the gate at the site and had stolen a trailer stored there. The damage to the gate was estimated at $6500 and the trailer was valued at $4500.