Anderson County Sheriff’s Report


Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following incidents:


Nov. 28 – C.M. Ashe responded to 3308 Hwy. 8 where Dallas Warren reported that his common law wife had assaulted him while he was in bed, striking him in the head with a glass measuring cup. The subject, Stacy McClendon, WF, 34, 5’7″, 140 pounds, blond/blue, admitted pushing him and throwing the cup at him. She was arrested for criminal domestic violence, first offense.

Nov. 28 – J.R. Brunson received a report from Jeffrey Leiger that while sitting at Brushy Creek Rd. and Old Pendleton Rd., his 2010 Jeep Wrangler had been vandalized by spray painting. The damage was estimated at $500.

Nov. 28 – P.D. Marter responded to the Spinx convenience store on Highway 153, where Lashay Elrod, WF, 5’1″, 90 pounds said that she was involved in an altercation with two males and a female who broke into line at the register ahead of her. A scuffle ensued and she threw her orthopedic boot at them. They fled.

Nov. 29 – D. McQueen was dispatched to 16 Nickle Springs Rd. in Avendell subdivision, to a house that is for sale. The sales manager reported that someone had entered the house by kicking the door in and stolen a new glass top range valued at $500.

Dec. 1 – C.M. Ashe spent a couple of busy hours on Duck Pond Road, investigating auto breaking reports at three adjacent locations. William Moon, of 105 Duck Pond Rd. reported the entry into his unlocked vehicle, with no subsequent loss. At 106 Duck Pond, Karen Owens reported the entry into her locked vehicle, and the loss of her debit card. At 104 Duck Pond, Christian Reller reported the entry into his vehicles, with no subsequent loss.


Nov. 30 – C.P. Huff responded to 740 Bryant Rd. where James Worley reported that while he was on vacation, someone broke into his home and stole jewelry and firearms valued at $13,000, as well as stealing his Toyota Camry, valued at $12,000.


Nov. 28 – D. McQueen responded to 146 Robin Ridge Circle where William Goss reported that someone had entered his truck. Nothing was taken.

Nov. 28 – D. McQueen was dispatched to 302 Wren Rd. where Gerald Warlick reported the theft of a tiller and a power augur valued at $600.

Nov. 29 – A.L. Gary responded to 210 Westview N. where Brad Stroud reported the theft of a Mossberg 20 gauge shotgun from his truck, valued at $100.

Nov. 29 – J. Cullen received a telephone report from the manager of the Sav-Way on Highway 86 about a gasoline drive off. The loss was $10.00. Later in the day, a similar report was received from that location, concerning a $71.00 drive off.


Nov. 28 – D. McQueen responded to 230 Indian Trail where James Robinson, of Classic European Motors, reported the theft of his 2014 Continental 20 foot, dual axle cargo trailer, valued at $12000.

Nov. 28 – J.G. Williams responded to 105 Briar Ridge West where Jerry Hicks reported that his neighbor, Kenneth Erwin, WM, 43, 6’, 240 pounds had assaulted him as he was arguing with Erwin’s son. He said Erwin punched him and kicked him in the abdomen. He was subsequently transported to AnMed for treatment. Erwin conceded the assault, and was placed under arrest. He, his son, and his wife were also placed on trespass notice for the Hicks’ residence.

Nov. 28 – J.G. Williams responded to the Family Dollar store at 1505 Anderson Dr. where the manager complained that a black male, in black clothing with green khaki pants, stole 8 bottles of laundry detergent, valued at $126.

Dec. 1 – Cpl. C.T. McBee was dispatched to 215 Butler Rd. where Brian Cromer reported the theft of his license plate from his car.