Anderson County Sheriff’s Report


Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated thefts from different locations including a car, a dual axle trailer, two utility trailers, a golf cart, tools and other items. Among incidents investigated were the following:


Jan. 31 – C.M. Ashe responded to 1120 Windermere Court where Lauren Hood, WF, 31, 5’7”, 210 pounds and Joel Copeland, WM, 46, 6’1”, 145 pounds agreed that they had been arguing when he received a scratch near his left eye. They differed on the manner in which the wound occurred but Copeland was determined to be the aggressor and he was arrested for criminal domestic violence.

Feb. 1 – J.M. Pelfrey was dispatched to 613 Cely Rd. where Larry Mason reported the theft of his 2003 Chevy Impala.


Jan. 30 – A.L. Gary responded to the QuikTrip station at 3450 Hwy. 153 where a store employee reported the theft of 5 cartons of cigarettes valued at $240. The subject was a black male.

Jan. 31 – T.K. Cook was dispatched to 53 Washington Dr. where William Burdette reported the theft of his 20 foot, black dual axle trailer, valued at $2600.

Jan. 31 – A.F. Acevedos responded to 730 Blossom Branch Road where Joe Kelly reported the theft of his 2007 EZ-Go golf cart, valued at $3180.

Jan. 31 – T.K. Cook received a telephone report from George Kirk, of 129 Wilson Way, that someone had stolen his utility trailer, valued at $1500.

Jan. 31 – A.F. Acevedos responded to Stegall’s Pools and Grading at 1805 Highway 86, where Bobby Stegall reported that unknown subjects had broken into the building and stolen various tools and equipment valued at $7500.

Jan. 31 – A.C. Guthrie was dispatched to 332 Hwy. 17 where Barry Davis reported the theft of his custom built trailer that sets up as a stage. The trailer was valued at $7000.

Feb. 2 – J.M. Pelfrey responded to the 7-11 store at 2312 Easley Hwy. where Desiree Fernandez reported that a black male had stolen two cartons of cigarettes valued at $85. He was wearing baggy jeans, a black shirt and hat, and was about six feet tall.


Jan. 30 – K.D. Watt and J.E. Scott responded to 6412 Midway Rd. where Kathy Martin stated she was inside the house when she heard a window break and an alarm go off. The glass pane in the back door had been broken, but no one entered and nothing was taken.

Feb. 2 – K.D. Watt and J.E. Scott responded to 103 Jalan Dr. where Summer Dickey reported that her boyfriend, no name or description, had struck her several times during an argument. A witness confirmed the story, which the boyfriend denied. The case will be presented to a magistrate.