Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

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Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following:

EASLEY

Aug. 30 – J.M. Pelfrey responded to 719 James Rd. where George Prockup reported the theft of his 2009 Zuma motor scooter, valued at $2050.

Aug. 30 – J.M. Culbertson responded to 312 Roe Rd. where James Davis reported the theft of an undetermined amount of scrap metal from a shed he owned. He described the suspect vehicle as a black Dodge Dakota style truck.

Aug. 31 – M.D. Creamer responded to the WalMart Super Center on Highway 153 where he gave chase on foot to a suspect who fled the store. He finally caught James Gray, BM, 36 of Greenwood. Gray was having great difficulty in breathing and was transported to Greenville Memorial Hospital.

Sept. 1 – J.P. Lahusky responded to 103 Riley Rd. where Sue Haynie reported the theft of her black utility trailer, valued at $600.

Sept. 1 – J.P. Lahusky responded to the parking lot of the WalMart Super Center where Salvador Carmona reported the theft of tools and other items from the bed of his work truck, belonging to Leo’s Landscaping. The loss was estimated at $600.

PELZER

Aug. 29 – J.G. Williams responded to 44 Lyman St., where Michael Lawrence reported the theft of his silver 2012 Tatoe motor scooter, valued at $500.

Aug. 30 – J.E. Scott and B.C. Johnson responded to an alarm at 411 Anderson St. and found a window in the vacant house broken. A neighbor provided a key and the officers entered the house. Some minor household items were missing. The homeowner has moved to Texas and the neighbor offered to mail the victim’s form to her.

Aug. 30 – M.D. Creamer was dispatched to 1531 Easley Hwy. where Morris Bryant reported the theft of garden equipment and some personal documents from his shed. The loss was set at $410.

B. Surratt responded to 6712 Hwy. 29 N where Curtis Poore reported seeing two people a white male and a white female – attempting to steal a box scrape from his pasture. He said they fled in a dark blue Ford Ranger truck pulling a trailer.

PIEDMONT

Aug. 29 – C.C. Brazier responded to 2104 Piedmont Hwy. where James Russell reported the theft of several power tools from the tool boxes on his utility trailer in his yard. He said that while looking around the yard and the adjacent property, he saw a power cord showing under the door of an unlocked storage unit next door. Upon checking, he discovered his property inside. A forensics unit was dispatched to the scene.

Aug. 29 – J.E. Scott and B.C. Johnson responded to a report of found property at 110 Donna Marie Rd. Upon their arriving, Brenda Stutes informed them that there was a moped in the creek bed on her property. The VN was checked and an effort was made to locate the owner.

Aug. 29 – C.M. Turner responded to 6511 Highway 81 N. where James Fotos reported that someone had entered his vehicle and stolen items valued at $125.

Aug. 30 – J.M. Pelfrey responded to 1712 Highway 86 where according to reports he found David Flowers Jr., WM, 5’(‘, 155 pounds, blond/hazel in a grossly intoxicated state. He could not remember his phone number or address. He was taken into custody for public disorderly conduct.

Aug. 30 – J.M. Culbertson responded to 124 Forest Glen Dr. where Guy Thurmond reported that someone had entered his shed and stolen lawn and garden equipment valued at $1355.

Aug. 31 – J.M. Pelfrey received a telephone report from an employee at the SavWay at 1004 Hwy. 86, who stated that a WM, 38-48 y/o. with a brown goatee and driving a silver Ford Mustang with SC tag# DJK 741 had driven off without paying for $26.65 worth of gas.

Aug. 31 – M.D. Creamer responded to 229 Longview Dr. where Justin Alison reported the theft of a Marlin rifle and a .410 shotgun from his house. A neighbor reported that her son saw a gold colored car parked near the tree line earlier, and a young thin black male entering the garage.

Sept. 1 – J.G. Williams was on patrol near the Pilot Station on Highway 86 when the manager, Mike Williams, flagged him down to ask that Ophie Lawrence, BM, 49, of Westminster, be placed on trespass notice, due to his panhandling and harassing of customers. This was done.

Sept. 1 – S.L. Steward responded to 6513 Highway 81 N. where John Muir reported that someone had entered his garage and stolen tools valued at $1400.

Sept. 1 – S.L. Steward responded to 411 Riverside Dr. where Hilton Walls Jr. reported that someone had entered his home and had stolen several rifles, as well as jewelry and other items. Steward, while canvassing the area, found two of the four wheelers that were taken. A neighbor said her son had reported seeing a white male, about six feet tall with a heavy beard carrying a shotgun. The man entered a late model blue Honda Civic driven by another white male. The loss was estimated at $3300.

WILLIAMSTON

Sept. 1 – S. Dunlap responded to 1807 Beaverdam Rd. where, after investigating a complaint of criminal domestic violence from Chasitie Williams, arrested her boyfriend Xavier Williams, BM, 20 6’1″, 150 pounds and transported him to ACDC.

Sept. 1 – J.G. Williams responded to 111 Old Fields Circle where Shannon Smith reported the theft of her 2009 black Chevy Malibu, valued at $14,490.