Anderson County Sherff’s Deputies investigated the following:
Aug. 15 – P.D. Marter responded to 514 Old Anderson Road where Tim Tierno reported that he had heard a noise in his house and discovered a heavy set white male in his kitchen. The man fled with two electric guitars and some tools. The loss was estimated at $410. As a K-9 team followed a track, they found a computer apparently stolen from another location.
Aug. 15 – J.M. Culbertson responded to 104 Blueforest Lane where Timothy Pierce reported that someone had stolen items from his garage and his son’s vehicle, including a welding torch and some speaker boxes. The loss was estimated at $900.
Aug. 16 – J.M. Pelfrey responded to the WalMart at 11410 Anderson Road where an employee reported that a black male had stolen eight cases of beer before fleeing in a black Cadillac bearing SC tag# ILK531.
Aug. 16 – J.M. Pelfrey responded to the intersection of Hwys. 81 and 153 where he found Michael Cejka, WM, 6’1″, 194 pounds, of Simpsonville, passed out drunk in his car. He was placed under arrest for public disorderly conduct.
Aug. 16 – Lt. R.J. Murphy responded to Rivals Sports Bar at 3527 Hwy. 153 where he found Adam Bryson, WM, 29, 6’2″, 220 pounds, surrounded by a crowd outside the bar. The owner, Trisha Ward, said he had become loud and belligerent and wanting to fight everyone. Lt. Murphy tried to calm him and place him in cuffs, but was eventually forced to use his taser to subdue him. He was placed under arrest for public disorderly conduct.
Aug. 16 – J.M. Pelfrey responded to 105 Yorktown Court where Louie Alexander reported that someone had stolen a variety of items from the bed of his pickup truck. The loss was estimated at $2500.
Aug. 17 – J.M. Culbertson responded to 5 Porcher Lane where William Stafford reported that someone pulled into his driveway while he was painting around the front porch area and stole his weed eater before driving away. The loss was set at $200.
Aug. 17 – A.F. Acevedo responded to 110 Gadwall Dr. where Giovanna Ballentine reported that someone had scratched the word SNITC on her car door. Damage was estimated at $500.
Aug. 16 – J. Chau was dispatched to 1 Parker St. where he found a crowd of 20-30 people. One man reported that he came to the residence to confront someone he had a problem with, and several males came out and assaulted him. Despite a split lip, he refused to identify his assailants and signed a complaint withdrawal form.
Aug. 17 – D.P. Stipe responded to 12 Blake St. where Anita Duncan reported that someone had thrown a rock and cracked the window of her Jeep, causing $250 damage.
Aug. 18 – J. Chau responded to 28 Holiday St. where Joseph Kennedy reported that he and his wife had returned from a trip of several weeks to find the house broken into and his vehicle burglarized as well. The loss was estimated at $900.
Aug. 15 – A.F. Acevedo responded to River Road and Melonie Dr. in reference to a vehicle fire. Upon contacting the Piedmont Fire Department, he observed a white Chevy Tahoe in flames. The tag, BHX 513, showed the car to be stolen from Greenville County.
Aug. 15 – C.P. Huff received a telephone report from Adam Stancil, of 102 Wren Dr., that his car had been entered and his work laptop, valued at $500, stolen.
Aug. 16 – J.M. Culbertson responded to 122 Massey Rd. where Roger Walker reported that someone had stolen tools from his enclosed utility trailer, valued at $550.While on the scene, Deputy Culbertson was approached by Phillip Lyles, of 118 Massey Rd., who reported the theft of a set of wrenches from his barn. The loss was estimated at $200.
Aug. 16 – J. Chau responded to 206 Wren School Rd. where Faye Dees reported the theft of a Craftsman tool box and tools from her garage. The loss was estimated at $2250.
Aug. 17 – A.F. Acevedo responded to 208 Irby Rd. where Sadie Thompson said her spouse, Cody Pankey, WM, 24, 6’, 145 pounds had assaulted her during an argument and later tried to run over her and their daughter as they fled to a neighbor’s house. Pankey denied the account, but was placed into custody for criminal domestic violence.
Aug. 17 – J.M. Culbertson responded to Sweet Canaan Baptist Church located at 316 Mountain Springs Rd. Denis Chancellor reported that someone had gutted one of the church air conditioning units, causing $8000 damage as well as taking items valued at $800.
Aug. 18 – S.L. Steward responded to 123 Windy Forks Rd. where Ryan Long reported that someone had broken into his enclosed utility trailer on the job site and stolen materials valued at $5300.
Aug. 17 – J.M. Culbertson responded to the intersection of Cherokee Road and Hembree Road, where he found a vehicle in a field. The caller who reported it said it had been there a week. The tag, BYQ452 showed it to be listed as stolen from Williamston. WPD Officer G. Creamer responded and took control of the scene. The owner was notified and a tow truck dispatched.
Aug. 18 – C.R. Carroll and his K-9 partner along with several deputies, responded to a request for assistance from the Williamston Police. Jonathan Black, WM, 17, had warrants for DUS 3rd offense and escaping from the police. After an extended period, the search was called off.
Aug. 18 – P.D. Marter responded to 1505 Anderson Dr. where Heather Davis reported that someone had entered her car while she was at the Family Dollar store and stole her EAA .380 pistol, valued at $300.
Anderson County Sheriff’s Report