Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

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Anderson County Sheriff’s deputies investigated the following:

EASLEY

Nov. 21 – A.C. Guthrie received a telephone report from Terri Revis, of Easley, that someone had stolen her purse from her car while she was inside the Spinx gas station on Hwy. 153. The purse contained a number of personal documents.Nov. 21 – J.M. Pelfrey responded to 344 Shenandoah Dr. where Billy LaBrache reported that someone had damaged his 2014 Bobcat excavator while trying to get into the cab. The damage was estimated at $500.

Nov. 22 – M.D. Creamer was dispatched to to 644 Hendricks Rd. where Bradley Nix reported the theft of his Honda ATV. The loss was estimated at $3000.

Nov. 22 – J.M. Pelfrey received a telephone complaint from Kathryn Sowinski, of 434 Hunt Rd., who stated that her ex boyfriend, identified only as Donald, had borrowed her car and failed to return it.

Nov. 23 – C.P. Huff responded to 1026 Robinson Rd.in response to a complaint by Justin Pearce about trespassing by Jessica Alexander, WF, 30, 5’, 100 pounds, brn/blue. Pearce stated that he arrived home to find Alexander on his front porch. He said she was not welcome on his property and had been informed of that several times. When Huff spoke with her she claimed she was there looking for her shadow. Her incoherent conversation continued and she was placed under arrest for public disorderly conduct. She was placed on trespass notice and transported to ACDC.

PIEDMONT

Nov. 21 – C.L. Wilkinson responded to 70 Kaylyn’s Way where David Shedd, of Graniteville, SC reported that someone stole his aluminum ladder from his truck while he was at the Best Western at that location. The loss was set at $300.

Nov. 21 – P.C. Henry responded to 706 Mountain Springs Rd. where Benjamin Merritt reported the theft of a 6 foot by 6 foot porcelain Gulf Oil sign, valued at $1200.

Nov. 21 – C.P. Huff responded to a domestic disturbance at 112 Sherman Court where a subject on scene, Richard Osborne, WM, 23, 5’7″, 140 pounds, was aggressive and uncooperative, resisting Huff’s commands and eventually physically assaulting him. He was arrested and taken to ACDC where he was charged with assault and battery, third degree.

Nov. 21 – J.M. Culbertson responded to 107 Santee Dr. where Gill Williams reported the theft of several items from his vehicle. The loss was estimated at $600.

Nov. 22 – C.L. Wilkinson responded to a business located at 132 Leader Dr. where George Green reported that a vehicle on the site had been broken into. The vehicle belonged to David Swink who responded and told the deputy that several items had been stolen, including the registration. The loss was estimated at $455.

Nov. 22 – C.R. Carroll responded to the Best Western Hotel at 70 Kaylyn’s Way where Steven Oglesby, of Hartwell GA reported the theft of several tools from his company truck. The loss was set at $350.

Nov. 22 – J.M. Pelfrey received a telephone complaint from Jennifer Acosta, of 112 Flicker Dr., that someone had stolen the air conditioner at her residence. The loss was set at $3000.

Nov.22 – J.M. Culbertson responded to 3460 Hwy. 153 to the CVS pharmacy there. The store manager, Janna Bowers, reported the theft of her purse from her car. The purse and its contents were valued at $650.

Nov. 23 – C.L. Wilkinson responded to 238 Chafin Rd. where James Petrone reported the theft of a flat tire from his yard.

WILLIAMSTON

Nov. 15 – M.T. Grant was dispatched to 102 Pamela Dr. where William Griffith reported the theft of his yellow 2014 Gator moped.

Nov. 16 – K.D. Lollis was on patrol near Mill St. and Woodmere Court when he encountered a suspicious vehicle. He made a traffic stop and discovered that Chad Ricks, WM, 35, 5’9″, 140 pounds, of Belton, was driving on a suspended license. He also found that the 1997 Lexus was stolen, as well as a license tag on the vehicle. Ricks was arrested and transported to ACDC.