Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies made several drug and alcohol related arrests and investigated one incident in which a homeowner held a suspicious person at gun point until deputies arrived. The following incidents were recently investigated.:
Sept. 27 – J.D. Sparkman responded to 1205 Mill Road where Sammy Brown reported the theft of his utility trailer, valued at $1100.
Sept. 27 – P.N. Turner was dispatched to 2814 Brushy Creek Rd. where Virginia Moore reported that someone had driven off in her 2008 Chevy Cobalt without permission. The car was later recovered after being involved in a one car accident.
Sept.28 – T.A. McCarley and J.E. Scott responded to 3015 Hwy. 8, Lot 18 where Clifton Raines reported the theft of a miscellaneous selection of tools valued at $2500.
Sept. 29 – J.D. Sparkman and J.E. Scott were dispatched to the WalMart at 11410 Anderson Rd. where Adrien Anderson, BM, 39, 5’10″,200 pounds was taken into custody for shoplifting.
Sept. 29 – D.R. Rusher and K.S. Looney were on patrol when they saw a Moped run a stop sign on McNeely Rd. Upon stopping the Moped and speaking with the rider, Christopher Mayes, BM, 35, 6’2″, 190 pounds, the deputies determined the vehicle to be stolen and took Mayes into custody for possession of stolen property.
Sept. 27 – B. Vaughn stopped a silver Ford Focus on I-85 in Piedmont for a traffic violation. He immediately identified two passengers. The driver James Thomas Jr., WM, 28, 6’, 200 pounds was found to be in possession of a meth pipe. Passenger James Chastain, WM, 25, 5’11″, 140 pounds, was also found to be in possession of drug paraphernalia. A subsequent search of the vehicle after a free air search by the K-9 Albi revealed approximately a gram and a half of methamphetamine, and a number of pills. All of which were unprescribed controlled substances. Danielle Brady, WF, 29, 5’1″, 140 pounds was placed in custody with the other two subjects and charged with possession with intent to distribute.
Sept. 28 – J.M. Fowler responded to Kingston Dr. and StoneyBrook where he found Cecil Boles III, WM, 6’3″, 250 pounds, brn/green, from Taylors, sitting in a vehicle that had been reported as suspicious. He was arrested for public disorderly conduct.
Sept. 27 – J.E. Scott was dispatched to the Spinx store at 3602 Hwy. 153 where James Bradley Jr. , an employee, reported that someone had damaged his vehicle and stolen some items from it as well. He said that a WM, 25/35, 5’10″, 185 pounds with a goatee, had entered the store at around 3:30 a.m. wanting to order breakfast. He was wearing a gray shirt with a Nike logo on the front, with tan boots, jeans and a black hat. He became irate and left when he was told that breakfast wasn’t available until 6 a.m. Bradley later found his tire flattened and a variety of items missing from the truck. The loss was estimated $365.The subject was seen committing the acts on surveillance video.
Sept. 28 – T.A. McCarley and J.E. Scott responded to Wren Baptist Church where Darrell Hutchinson said he was inspecting the church’s buses for a trip when he noticed both gas caps damaged. No gas was taken.
Sept. 27 – P.N. Turner investigated a complaint of theft and breaking and entering at the Carolina Auto Auction. Chris Woods reported that a B/M, medium build, wearing dark jogging pants and a red rag on his head was seen carrying a brown box that matched the description of the fireproof filing cabinet that was broken into. $1145 in cash and one check was stolen from the safe.
Sept. 27 – P.C. Henry was dispatched to 103 Jaylon Dr. where Norman Sanders Sr. reported that someone had stolen several fishing rods and his tackle box from his boat. The loss was estimated at $450.
Sept. 28 – J.D. Sparkman was dispatched to 102 Pinewood Dr. where Pamela Hall reported the theft of her dog Rocko while he was outside. The loss was placed at $500.
Sept. 28 – C.T. McBee responded to 466 Guyton Rd. where he found homeowner William Robertson holding Michael Perry, WM, 34, 6’1″, 180 pounds, brn/blue at gunpoint in his front yard. Robertson said his garage alarm woke him at3:40 a.m. and he found Perry wandering around his vehicles and through his yard with a mask and gloves. He also smelled of alcohol. He was charged with breach of peace and taken into custody.
Anderson County Sheriff’s report