Anderson County Sheriff’s Report


Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the theft of a motorcycle, cash, a utility trailer a riding mower and various other incidents including the following:


Sept. 13 – C.P. Huff responded to 201 Timbrooke Way where Roger Jenks stated that he had left his motorcycle at I-85 and Hwy. 153 with a flat tire. By the time he got back the bike was gone. Two days later a Greenville County deputy located the bike at a Greenville residence and it was recovered.

Sept. 14 – A. E. Creamer received a telephone complaint from Devlin Smith of 101 Lee Rd., who stated that someone had stolen $600 from his dresser drawer.

Sept. 15 – C.P. Huff was dispatched to 110 E. Church Rd. where Jill Caudell reported that she saw a green Chevy van at her neighbor’s house while the neighbor was out of town. She went over to check on things and two white males fled from the barn and the house, and jumped in the van and sped off. A number of items were found stacked near the door of the barn.

Sept. 16 – B. Vaughn responded to 311 Watson Rd. where Thomas Drayton reported the theft of his red utility trailer and 2012 SCAG Freedom zero turn lawn mower. The total loss was estimated at $8100.


Sept. 13 – B.S. Chandler responded to 13 Frost St. where Katie Moss stated that someone had spray painted profanity on her front door. The damage was estimated at $60.

Sept. 15 – J.D. Sparkman was dispatched to 103 Pineview Dr. where James Bradley Jr. reported that someone had broken into his car and stolen cash and items valued at $48.00.


Sept. 14 – J.N. Perkins received a complaint from Bryan Lee, of 110 Leon Dr., that someone had stolen the tailgate of his blue 2007 Toyota Tundra. The loss was estimated at $1500.

Sept. 14 – C.P. Huff responded to 627 Osteen Hill Rd. where Michael McNeely reported that he had been driving along Osteen Hill Road when he struck a bicycle being pushed by two white males. He stopped to render aid and the two got in his truck and asked for a ride to Greenville to notify law enforcement. Once in Greenville, they carjacked the vehicle, leaving McNeely stranded.

Sept. 15 – P.N. Turner was dispatched to the WalMart on Highway 153 where he found Maraka Yazid, BM, 20, 5’8″, 180 pounds being detained by WalMart employees. He was charged with shoplifting, placed on no trespass notice, and transported to ACDC.

Sept. 16 – G.N. Hunt received a telephone complaint from Emily Hall of 307 Vinewood St. who reported the theft of her Murray riding mower valued at $500.


Sept. 13 – C.T. McBee responded to L & W Auto Sales where Travis Ellison reported the theft of a set of wheels from a car. The loss was estimated at $1200.