Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following incidents:
April 26 –A.F. Acevedo was dispatched to 203 Homestead Rd. where Marlene Cooper, WF, 65, 5’9″, 145 pounds, reported that she and her husband, Ronald Cooper, WM, 67, 5’9″, 247 pounds had been involved in a physical altercation. She threw water on him, in a place where he said he had recently had skin graft surgery. He pressed charges and she was taken into custody on charges of criminal domestic violence.
April 26 – J.D. Martin responded to the WalMart Super Center on Hwy. 153 where he took Scott Talbott, WM, 27, 6’2″, 190 pounds, red/blue from Simpsonville into custody for stealing three T shirts and a pack of steel wool. Upon arrival at the ACDC, a search of Talbott revealed a small amount of marijuana as well.
April 27 – C.T. McBee responded to the WalMart Super Center where he took Horace Thompson, BM, 59, 6’1″, 165 pounds into custody for stealing multiple packages of denture adhesive. He was also already on an active no trespass notice for the location, and he was transported to ACDC.
April 27 – C.M. Turner responded to 105 Chase Dr. where James Hollingsworth reported the theft of his 2004 Toyota Sequoia as well as multiple other items such as golf clubs and tools, valued at $15,075.
April 27 – A.F. Acevedos was dispatched to 310 Henderson Rd. where Alan Harris reported that someone entered his vehicle and stole selected items valued at $230.
April 28 – J.D. Creamer responded to Greenville Memorial Hospital where Tristian Oglesby, BM, 17, of Sterling Bridge Road reported being shot during an incident at Marathon Community Church.
According to reports, while playing basketball at the with his cousin and an unknown white male, a fight between his cousin, Justin Williams and the other male broke out while Oglesby was on the bleachers. He started towards the fight when the unknown male pulled a gun. Oglesby said he fled, heard two shots, and felt a burning sensation in his left leg and buttocks. He went to his home and told his brother he thought he was shot. He was and his brother drove him to the hospital. No word on his cousin’s condition.
April 26 – C.M. Turner responded to 788 Campbell Rd. where Barbera Tercero reported a she said/she said incident of assault and battery by another unidentified woman. The deputy planned to present the case to a magistrate.
April 25 – A.F. Acevedos responded to Unit 4, 2531 River Rd. where Sean Naumann reported the burglary of the storage unit shared by him and his brother. The wall between units 4 and 5 was pulled down and various items were stolen. The loss was estimated at $1125.
April 25 – J.M. Pelfrey was dispatched to 129 Beardsley Rd. where Amy Johnson reported that her former sister – in law ( name and description withheld by ACSO) had assaulted her and stolen her chihuaha, valued at $300. She said she was struck on the back of the head and the lower back, and scratched on the neck and chest. She was transported to St. Francis Hospital for evaluation. The case was to be presented to a magistrate.
April 26 – C.M. Turner was dispatched to Living Word International Church at 109 Leader Dr. where Rudolph Luow reported the theft of the copper from four Copeland AC units. The loss was estimated at $12,000.
April 27 – A.E. Creamer was dispatched to 330 Santee Dr. where he took Chris Mull, WM, 48, 5’6″, 175 pounds, brn/brn into custody on an outstanding warrant and transported him to the Burger King on Hwy. 153 where Easley Police officers took custody of him.
April 27 – B.S. Chandler responded to the Dollar General store where employee Jessica Johnson reported that an unknown white female stole several items and left in a green Toyota Camry with SC tag # AFH600. Loss was $15.
April 26 – D.P. Stipe was dispatched to 360 H I Taylor Rd. where Cynthia Bagwell reported that someone stole her brown and white pit bull valued at $100.