Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

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There was a spate of random, and apparently anonymous shootings in Anderson over the weekend. One victim was a Williamston woman, Tityianna Hill, a black female, aged 19, of Mattison St., who was wounded twice in the left arm as she drove in the vicinity of West Whitner and Appleton Streets. ACSO Deputy S.M. Proner responded to a report of shots fired in the area, and subsequently located Ms. Hill who had headed for the hospital herself, but stopped and called EMS which treated her and transported her to the hospital. (See photo)

Among other incidents investigated were the following:

EASLEY

June 7 – A.C. Guthrie and J.E. Scott responded to 635 Three and Twenty Rd. where Henry Watson, Jr. reported that someone had stripped a rental house belonging to him of all the wiring, the electric meter and the fuse box. The loss was estimated at $5100.

PELZER

June 6 – J.M. Pelfrey responded to 5378 Midway Rd. where Jeffrey Merrell stated he had left his phone in a restaurant. When he called the restaurant, the phone was not there. A locator application on the phone was activated and showed the location at Hindman and Mill Street in West Pelzer.

June 7 – C.P. Huff was dispatched to 219 Looper Rd. where Rhiannon Foster, WF, 25, 5’5″, 135 pounds, of 8 Dottie Court in Williamston, reported that she drove past the residence of her ex-boyfriend and baby daddy and saw that his new girl friend was there while he had custody of the shared child. She stopped and became involved in an altercation, claiming that the new girl friend choked her. Instead, after speaking with all the parties involved, Huff arrested Foster for criminal domestic violence for striking Bryon Scott, the male victim, several times.

June 7 – M.D. Creamer was dispatched to 124 Whippoorwill Lane where Stacy Smith reported the theft of his cell phone. He had purchased a new phone but had not activated it yet. When it came up missing, he called AT&T to tell them and they said it had been activated in the name of Aaron Martin, WM, 24, 5’9″, 160 pounds, who lives a couple doors away. When contacted, Martin said he was buying it from Smith’s son, but Smith said his son had not been around lately. Martin agreed to return the phone, and was placed on trespass notice.

June 7 – T.A. McCarley responded to 303 Ina Marie Lane where Crystal Raines reported the theft of two window air conditioning units, valued at $500, from her rental property.

PIEDMONT

June 7 – M.D. Creamer was dispatched to 708 Shiloh Church Rd. where Maxie Spearman reported that someone had entered the home of her deceased parents’ vacant home, which still contains belongings. The subject(s) also removed the electric meter and cut the wiring in the attic.

June 7 – J.D. Sparkman responded to 2126 River Rd. where Travis Gamble reported the theft of his motorcycle, valued at $4800.

June 8 – A.C. Guthrie and J.E. Scott responded to 117 Massey Rd. where Tina Walleck reported the theft of power tools valued at $920.

June 8 – J.D. Sparkman was dispatched to 410 Timms Rd. where Bobby Kelley reported someone had broken into a vacant home he owns.

WILLIAMSTON

June 6 – B. S. Chandler was dispatched to 315 Club Dr. where Levar Jackson reported that someone broke into his car and stole $400 in cash.

June 6 – A.C. Guthrie and J.E. Scott responded to 1424 Firetower Rd. to a reported intentional hit and run. Danielle Pitcher said some things, and then the person she accused of hitting her car said some things and then somebody else said some things, but so many names and descriptions were redacted from the incident report that it is impossible to say what actually happened.