Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

0
695

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the theft of several vehicles left warming up and one incident of a man talking to products in a beer cooler. Among incidents investigated were the following:

EASLEY

Feb. 22 – J.R. Brunson was on patrol when he noticed a truck at 106 Ragsdale Rd., which matched a suspect vehicle in a pursuit earlier in the day. He and Deputy D. McQueen contacted the resident, Nathan Porter, WM, 52, 6’1”, 190 pounds, bald/green, who said he had noticed the tag, which proved stolen, earlier but didn’t know how it got there. He was placed under arrest for receiving stolen property and transported to ACDC.

PELZER

Feb. 22 – J.P. Lahusky was dispatched to 807 Easley Highway, where Glenn Bell reported the theft of his recreational vehicle known as a Rhino, valued at $8000.

Feb. 22 – A.L. Gary responded to a report of gunfire at 5 Finley St., where Patricia Kelly reported that someone had fired shots at her house. Two other witnesses agreed to the events.

Feb. 22 – D. McQueen responded to 512 Easley Hwy., where Darrell Williams, 52 reported that he had put his girlfriend, Josephine Maddox, 52, on a bus to Idaho earlier in the day. On the way home, in her car, he picked up a woman on I-85 who claimed to need a ride to Belton. Along the way they reportedly stopped at his house to watch some TV, where he fell asleep. When he awoke, his wallet, his keys and his girlfriend’s car were gone. The car, a 2007 Mazda RX7, was valued at $9500. The woman was described as a redhead, wearing black jogging pants and a blue jean jacket.

PIEDMONT

Feb. 20 – J.R. Brunson responded to 1251 Tall Oaks Circle, where Olivia Gilstrap reported that someone stole her 2010Toyota Corolla sport sedan while it was warming up. The car is gray, with tinted windows and her initials, OGA on the back window in green type.

Feb. 20 – C.P. Huff was dispatched to 109 Belle Isle Dr. where Samuel Ougo, BM, 40 stated that someone stole his car, which he left running while inside his apartment. No description of the car was given in the report, but it was valued at $11,500.

Feb. 20 – J.R. Brunson and D. McQueen responded to 600 Shiloh Church Rd. where Kenneth Spearman reported that there were subjects removing goods from the property. While they were observing two suspects, the property owner arrived and confirmed that the removal of the goods was illegal. Jonathan Carter, WM, 38, of Taylors, and Michael Harrison, no description, were taken into custody.

Feb. 20 – P.D. Marter was dispatched to 11063 Anderson Rd. to the First Citizens Bank, where Melissa Allen and her boyfriend Odell Mattison reported that as she was preparing to make a night deposit, a black male approached her and demanded the money. She saw something silver in his hand. He grabbed the money and fled into some nearby woods, where he possibly left the scene in a small car.

Feb. 21 – J.R. Brunson responded to a complaint of an assault at 1700 Elrod Rd., Lot 1 where Patrick Sierra, WM, 39, 5’11”, 170 pounds, stated that his daughter’s boyfriend, named Levi, had assaulted him while he was in an argument with his wife. While his wife was trying to hold him back, Levi punched him several times, before leaving the scene according to the report.

Feb. 21 – C.P. Huff was dispatched to 400 Woodfield Dr. where Iraq Keenan III reported a fresh scratch down the left side of the vehicle. The damage was estimated at $500.

Feb. 21 – J.R. Richey responded to 303 Wren School Rd. where Pamela Edney and her daughter Heather stated that Raymond Moore Jr. had assaulted Heather during an argument, and presented a firearm as well. He was found to be heavily intoxicated and was placed under arrest for presenting a firearm, although neither woman would press charges for assault.

Feb. 21 – P.D. Marter responded to the Spinx convenience store at 2100 Hwy. 86 where he located Raymond Cannon, WM, 43, of Welch, WV sitting in his pickup truck. Store employees said he had been in the store cursing and yelling, and conversing with the products in the beer cooler. Deputy Marter placed him on trespass notice for the store, but released him since he did not smell of alcohol, denied using any drugs, and claimed to be having no medical issues. Shortly after leaving the scene, Marter encountered Cannon wandering in the road and accosting people. He took him into custody for his own safety, charging him with public disorderly conduct.

Feb. 22 – D. McQueen responded to the Sav-A-Lot supermarket at 910 Anderson St. where the manager reported catching a shoplifter with approximately $14 worth of ground beef. The thief, a white male in his 20s, with scruffy facial hair, dark pants, black ball cap, and a dark sweatshirt, returned the merchandise, but fled on foot.

WILLIAMSTON

Feb. 21 – J.G. Williams responded to 4812 Hwy. 29N, where Angela Usevich, WF, 38, reported that her husband Donald Usevich, WM, 42, 6’, 200 pounds, had punched her in the back during an argument they had. He denied it and said she kicked him. She had a visible mark and he did not. He was taken into custody and transported to ACDC.

Feb. 22 – A.L. Gary arrived at 9 Tony St., in response to a domestic dispute. He spoke with Patricia Flanagan who stated her son, Bradley Campbell, WM, 34, 6’2”, 185 pounds, of Piedmont, was being loud and belligerent and cursing outside the residence. He was found to be highly intoxicated and was arrested for public disorderly conduct and transported to ACDC.