Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following incidents:
June 13 J.P. Lahusky responded to 126 E. Church St. where Terry Wheeler reported that someone had entered his unlocked vehicle and stolen his Hi-Point 9 mm pistol, valued at $200.
June 13 P.F. Elliott was dispatched to 208 Middleton Court where Roger Bryant reported that his daughter’s boyfriend had assaulted him after he told him to stay away from the girl. The boyfriend’s identity and description were withheld by the ACSO.
June 14 C.C. Brazier responded to 444 Paul Rd. where Daniel carter reported the theft of two push mowers from his fenced yard. The loss was estimated at $280.
June 13 While working the desk at ACSO headquarters, P.C. Henry received a complaint from Melissa Vaughn, of 478 Bryant Rd. that someone had stolen a number of items from her house, including a handgun, a computer, a laptop, a printer and various other items, valued at $1455.
June 13 J.D. Sparkman responded to the Pilot Store at 110 Frontage Road where he met with Stephanie Brannan, of 125 Effie Dr., who reported that someone she knew, identity and description withheld by the ACSO, had assaulted her by kicking her and burning her with a cigarette. The case was to be presented to a magistrate for review. Presumably, the magistrate will be told the subject’s identity.
June 14 S.R. Wideman responded to 128 Wadmalaw Dr. where Napoleon Downs reported that a woman he had brought home from Steady’s Bar had taken his 2001 Honda Accord, valued at $9000, to go get some cigarettes and had not returned. He did not know the woman’s name.
June 14 S. Dunlap responded to 126 Wadmalaw Dr. Bldg. K, where Chirag Patel reported that he had been out drinking and had gotten home about two in the morning. When he woke up the next morning, his front door was kicked in. Nothing was missing.
June 13 J.A. Bannister responded to 102 Brian Court where Shawnessee Dawson reported that someone had broken into his storage building and stole various items valued at $1650.
June 14 P.F. Elliott responded to 315 Club Dr. where Levar Jackson reported that his ex girlfriend, identity and description withheld by ACSO, was harassing him.
June 14 J.A. Bannister responded to 6 Little Beaver Dam Rd. where Harrison Burgess stated that someone had punctured six of the eight tires on his two vehicles. The cost was estimated at $600.
June 15 K. Evatt responded to 103 Wateree Lane where Alexis Groves, of Anderson, reported that she left her vehicle there and went to a cookout with some friends. When she returned, her blue 2007 Chrysler 300 had been spray painted and all the tires cut. The damage was estimated at $1760.