Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following:
Jan. 16 – J.M. Pelfrey was dispatched to 114 Gray Stone Court in reference to a burglary. John Stoddard reported that someone had broken into the garage at the vacant house and stolen approximately $7000 worth of tools.
Jan. 16 – A.C. Guthrie responded to 131 Brookstone Dr. where Patricia Chipparullo reported the theft of her Moped scooter, valued at $3000.
Jan. 17 – J.K. Vickery and J.E. Scott responded to 522 Watson Rd. where Scott Robertson reported that his daughter’s car had been egged.
Jan. 17 – C.K. Cowan received a telephone complaint from Barbara Turner, of 245 Sherman Rd., that her 83 year old mother had received a phone call from a young male claiming to be her grandson, stating that he was in the Greenville Detention Center and needed $3000 bail. Another male, claiming to be police Captain Jim Morgan spoke with her and told her to get a reloadable card to pay the fine. She did so. The claim, of course, was false.
Jan. 17 – J.M. Pelfrey responded to 834 Old Anderson Rd. where AT&T employee Lucky Davis reported that someone had cut down and stolen a telephone line. Loss was estimated at $2800.
Jan. 16 – D.A. Hammond received a telephone complaint from Robert Smith, of 15 Square St. Smith said his Smith and Wesson .45 auto pistol had been stolen from his home. The loss was estimated at $600.
Jan. 16 – J.M. Pelfrey responded to 113 Pittman Dr. where Robert Crowder reported the theft of his 1994 E-150 Ford van, valued at $5000.
Jan. 16 – D.A. Hammond was dispatched to the Dollar General store at 602 Anderson Road, where Billy Austin reported losing his wallet inside the store. Upon returning from the parking lot to see if anyone found it, he was told no one had turned it in. He lost $8000 cash and other items valued at $140.
Jan. 16 – J.M. Pelfrey responded to 106 Terry Lee Dr. where Kenneth Maisenhelder reported the theft of a backpack style leafblower valued at $300.
Jan. 17 – J.K. Vickery and J.E. Scott responded to 203 Browning Road where Troy Fowler reported that someone had broken into his car and stolen the keys to his ATV, which was then stolen. The loss was set at $2500.
Jan. 17 – J.M. Pelfrey responded to a construction site at 136 Bagwell Rd. where Johnny Brown reported the theft of six pallets of shingles, valued at $2274.
Jan. 17 – J.K. Vickery and J.E. Scott responded to 3104 Hwy. 153where Allen Miller reported that someone had broken into his vehicle and stolen a toolbox and tools valued at $670.
Jan. 18 – A.F. Acevedo responded to 102 Sleepy Hollow Rd. where Charles Coleman, WM, 43, reported that his wife, Pamela Coleman, WF, 40, 5’5″, 180 pounds, had slapped or scratched him on the face during an altercation. A family member had filmed the incident with a cell phone, and Pamela Coleman was placed under arrest for criminal domestic violence.
Jan. 16 – J.K. Vickery and J.E. Sutton were dispatched to 146 Pine trail where Benjamin Kay, Jr. reported that someone had broken into his RV and stolen a number of items, including a heater, six golf cart batteries, a leaf blower, the SC tag (FAE 572) off the RV and other items valued at $2344.