Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the theft of several vehicles and other incidents including the following incidents:
Jan. 6 – S.R. Davis responded to 20 Smythe St. where Lisa Christy reported that someone had broken into her house. There was no evidence of any theft.
Jan. 7 – J.G. Williams observed a subject whose name and description were withheld by the ACSO turn around and flee when the driver saw the police car. Williams pursued and the driver, who Williams said he knew by sight and previous arrests, fled at a high speed towards the interstate, causing Williams to terminate the pursuit.
Jan. 4 – K.S. Looney responded to 516 Hwy. 17 where Drury King reported the theft of his blue Yamaha four wheeler and New England Arms 20 gauge shotgun. The loss was set at $5100.
Jan. 4 – J.D. Sparkman was dispatched to the WalMart at 11410 Hwy. 153 where Elisha Wade, WF, 33, was arrested for shoplifting and violation of a no trespass notice.
Jan. 4 – K. S. Looney responded to 105 Elrod Rd. where Talmadge Seymore reported the theft of all the wiring in the building. The loss was set at $10,000.
Jan. 4 – J.D. Sparkman responded to 103 Laurel Walk where Rickey Knight reported that a known subject, name and description withheld by the ACSO, had stolen jewelry and other items valued at $5940, while Knight was on vacation. Knight further stated that the unnamed subject was waiting for him when he got home and confessed to the theft. He told Knight he sold the items at a Greenville pawn shop and returned the $421 that was left. No arrest has been made.
Jan. 4 – J.E. Scott responded to 211 Forest Glen Dr. where Kelly Richardson reported that a friend, name and description withheld by the ACSO, had assaulted and robbed her. The loss was estimated at $506.
Jan. 5 – J.D. Sparkman responded to 510 Jameson Dr. where David Morrow reported the theft of items from his enclosed utility trailer, valued at $1200. The items were not listed.
Jan. 5 – J.D. Sparkman was dispatched to 1598 River Road where Deborah Carver reported that someone broke into her car and stole a container of charms and necklaces valued at $800.
Jan. 3 – J.L. Martin responded to 2-B Breazeale Dr. where Thomas Curry reported the theft of a white GE refrigerator and stove from the rental property at that location. The loss was set at $1000.
Jan. 3 – K.S. Looney was on patrol in the area of Firetower Road when he saw a van about fifty yards off the roadway. Upon approaching, he encountered Lawrence Brewer, WM, 43, 6’1, 190 pounds, of Easley. Brewer admitted that he was there to do drugs and was subsequently charged with possession of meth and a stolen license tag. He was arrested and taken to ACDC.
Jan. 6 – J.R. Scott responded to the vacation To Go RVs business at 900 Belton highway, where three vehicles had been damaged by BB shots to the windshields. The damage was set at $2400.
Jan. 6 – P.D. Marter responded to 7021-D Midway Rd. where Alex Tobar reported that someone had stolen is wife’s 2012 Honda CRV while it sat warming up in the driveway. While on the scene, he received a call about a truck seen earlier at the scene, that was now nearby. Upon responding to the new scene, he recovered the stolen vehicle.
Jan. 3 – S.L. Steward responded to 101 Brittany Court where Charles Carson reported interrupting several subjects running away from his vehicle which they had just entered. He could give no details as to their appearance.
Jan. 5 – J.M. Fowler was dispatched to 106 Syracuse Rd. where Helen Hacker reported the burglarization of her home. All information concerning possible suspects was withheld by the ACSO.
Jan. 7 – C.J. Hill responded to 122 Brookstone Dr. where Joshua Murphy reported the theft of his red 1999 S-10 truck, SC tag# DWI 709, valued at $900.