Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following incidents:
Sept. 13 – A.F. Acevedos responded to 905 Easley Hwy. where Tracy Shaw reported the theft of her mother’s vehicle, no model, make or description given. The loss was estimated at $4000.
Sept. 15 – P.D. Marter was dispatched to 141 Joe Black Rd. where Bailey Laboone reported that someone had broken into a home he has for sale at that location.
Sept. 12 – C.M. Ashe responded to 109 Hillcrest Dr. where Robert Simpson stated that someone had broken into his home and stolen a firearm, unidentified, valued at $450.
Sept. 12 – J.M. Culbertson responded to 113 Whippoorwill Court where Leo Trini reported the theft of some sunglasses from his vehicle. The next day Culbertson was back, because someone had stolen the vehicle, a burgundy 1994 Ford Explorer.
Sept. 12 – A.F. Acevedos responded to 610 Stegall Rd. where Ismael Rill reported that his rented storage unit at that site had been burglarized, and electronic items valued at $2675 had been stolen. The locking mechanism on the unit door had been removed.
Sept. 12 – J.M. Culbertson responded to the Sav A Lot Food store in response to a report of a fight in the parking lot. The two parties said they were just goofing around while waiting on a friend, but one of them, Christopher Bagwell, WM, 47, 5’7’, 210 pounds, had an active warrant through the city of Anderson and was taken into custody.
Sept. 14 – M.D. Creamer was dispatched to the Spinx station at 2100 Highway 86, where the manager reported that a black male, in his 30s had snuck an 18 pack of beer into the restroom and hidden eleven of them on his person before walking out.
Sept. 15 – S.L. Steward responded to 2646 River Road where Barry Roper, a power tech for Duke Energy , reported that someone had cut the fence and stolen about $500 worth of copper cable from the location.
Sept. 15 – D.A. Hammond received a telephone complaint from Nicole Bica, of Piedmont. Bica said that while she was working at the Arby’s, someone entered her locker and stole $110 from her.
Sept. 13 – M.D. Creamer responded to 4508 Old Williamston Hwy. where Michael Carter requested that Candy Carter, WF, 44, 5’3″, 130 pounds, brn/grn be placed on trespass notice, which she was.
Sept. 14 – C.M. Ashe responded to 209 Pamela Dr., where Mildred Ramsey reported that her daughter Sally Rhodes, WF, 33, 5’7″, 190 pounds, brn/grn had been missing from the home for three days, and had not been heard from in two days.
Sept. 15 P.D. Marter was dispatched to 160 Alliance Parkway where Jaime Elrod of Marsh Bell Construction reported that a piece of equipment had been damaged by would be thieves. The damage was set at $300.
Sept. 15 – A.G. Banister responded to 100 Thomas Dr. where Debbie Black reported the theft of a number of items while she was out of town for a week. The items included firearms and electronics and were valued at $2626.
Sept. 15 – S. Dunlap was dispatched to 1029 Fire Tower Rd. where Phillip Wall reported the theft of various household items, tools and firearms, with a total value of $2400.
Sept. 12 – J.E. Scott was dispatched to the WalMart on Anderson Rd. where he received a report of an assault by a customer on a clerk, Daniel Freeman, WM, 25, 6’1″, 210 pounds. The altercation began as Freeman was getting off work, leading to a delay in the customer being able to get a hunting license. He followed Freeman outside as he left, where an exchange of fingers led to a punch by the customer, WM, 30/35 years old, khaki shorts and orange shirt, who then left the scene.
Sept. 12 – P.D. Marter was dispatched to 2122 Three & Twenty Rd. where John Ausburn reported the entering of two vehicles in his driveway, and the theft of items from one of them, including a Springfield .45 pistol. The total loss was estimated at $970.
Sept. 12 – P.C. Henry was on the desk at ACSO headquarters when Scott McAbee, of 102 Wegeon Way, reported the breaking into of his work truck’s tool box and the theft of tools belonging to both him and his company valued at $1900. He also reported that someone had entered his daughter’s 2004 Jeep and stolen his wallet, containing various financial and identification documentation.
Sept. 12 – J.M. Culbertson responded to 110 Ballentine Rd. where Charles Dorn reported that someone had entered his vehicle and stolen a checkbook, and medications. The loss was estimated at $40.
Sept. 13 – J.E. Scott responded to 723 Three & Twenty Rd. where Henry Watson, Jr. reported that someone had damaged a door at the property and had stolen the innards from his meter box. The loss was minor, and Duke repaired the box at no cost.
Sept. 13 – A.F. Acevedos met a Greenville County deputy near the county line and turned over Ronald Hammond, WM, 31, 6’2″, 260 pounds, who was turning himself in on an active warrant for failure to stop for blue lights.
Sept. 15 – S.L. Steward responded to the WalMart where he placed Clint Holbrooks, WM, 25, 6’, 170 pounds, brn/hazel, under arrest for shoplifting, as a result of allegedly switching a more expensive pair of boots for a cheaper pair. He was also placed on trespass notice.
Sept. 15 – S.L. Steward responded to the WalMart again where he placed Paul Reece, WM, 35, 6’1″, 240 pounds, of Greenville, under arrest for shoplifting two air soft pistols.