Anderson County Sheriff’s Report


Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated several shoplifting incidents at Walmart in Powdersville and other thefts throughout the area. Among incidents investigated were the following:


Feb. 1 – J.D. Sparkman received a telephone complaint from Sharon Humphries, of 501 Hood Drive, stating that someone had stolen a car stereo unit from her car. The loss was estimated at $100.

Feb. 2 – J.D. Sparkman responded to 331 Camperdown Court where Christopher McNeill reported that he and his brother got in a fight.

Feb. 2 – C.P. Huff was dispatched to 1110 Windemere Court where Larry Hendricks reported that someone broke into the residence and stole a variety of items valued ay $3900.

Feb. 2 – M.D. Creamer responded to 111 Elizabeth City Dr. where Charles Green reported that the woman who is the mother of his children – name and description withheld by the ACSO – had been visiting when she became argumentative and was told to leave. As she did, she kicked in the front door, causing $300 damage.

Feb.3 – J.J. Jacobs responded to the WalMart where he placed Melissa Marchbanks, WF, 33 of Liberty in custody for shoplifting.


Jan. 31 – J.D. Sparkman was dispatched to 100 Garden View Court where Caitlyn Carter reported that someone broke into her vehicle and took items valued at $460.

Jan. 31 – A.F. Acevedo responded to the WalMart where he took Gregory Christianson, WM, 24, of Greenville into custody for shoplifting.

Jan. 31 – P.N. Turner responded to the Phat Dog restaurant at 11061 Anderson Rd., where Walter Scott reported that two white females came through the drive thru and ordered food, paying for it with counterfeit money. They fled, but Scott got a SC tag# ILH195, which traced back to someone in Greenville.

Jan. 31 – P.N. Turner was dispatched to the WalMart where he took Lori Neri, WF, 32, of Anderson into custody for shoplifting.

Feb.1 – C.P. Huff responded to 613 Hurricane Creek Rd. to Tate Steel, Inc., where John Williams reported that someone had cut through the fence, cut the electric meter off the wall, and cut through the wall, doing some $200 in damage. They then entered the building and stole items an materials valued at $4700.

Feb. 1 – J.D. Sparkman responded to 70 Kaylyn’s Way to the Best Western, where the manager reported that two black males checked into a room and stole the TV and cable box. The loss was estimated at $500.

Feb. 1 – C.P. Huff responded to 2625 River Road where Neal Merritt reported that someone had entered his vehicles and stole various items valued at $850.

Feb. 1 – P.N. Turner responded to the vicinity of Astalot Dr. and Lilly Maid Dr. where Michael Thompson and Chad Hogan reported witnessing two men in a blue Dodge truck stealing the A/C unit from a vacant residence in the neighborhood. The two men pursued the subjects and eventually pulled in front of them and blocked their way. The blue truck then rammed the two men in their truck before the subjects fled on foot.

Feb. 2 – P.N. Turner responded to 134 Sir Lancelot Dr. where Scott Randall reported that someone had entered his home and storage building and stolen various items. Also stolen was the A/C unit. The address is just around the corner from the scene where the blue truck was seen with an A/C unit in the back. The total loss was estimated at $8000.


Feb. 2 – M.T. Brooks responded to 34 Lyman St. where Cathy Jackson reported that her son- name and description withheld by ACSO – had forced entry into her home, assaulted her, damaged the home and stole a television set. Total losses were estimated at $755. The subject was on trespass notice at the time.


Feb. 3 – Amanda McCombs, of 242 Clardy Rd. in Pelzer, reported that she was receiving harassing phone calls.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report