Anderson County Sheriff’s report


Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following:


March 7 – A.L. Gary was dispatched to 401 Planter’s walk Dr., where Larry Lee stated that his chainsaw, valued at $450, had been stolen from his garage.

March 8 – D. McQueen was dispatched to 105 Sweetwater Court where Chastidy Wilson, WF, 21, reported that her boyfriend and the father of her six month old child, had assaulted her during an argument. She took the child and fled to a neighbor’s house where the neighbor called 911. Wilson and the child were transported by Pelzer EMS to the hospital. The boyfriend, Erick Zaragoza, Hispanic WM, 26, 5’10″, 180 pounds, said he knew nothing about the assault. He was placed under arrest for CDV and transported to ACDC.

March 8 – A.L. Gary responded to 106 Ragsdale Dr. where Jimmy Porter reported the theft of his air compressor and table saw from his garage. The loss was estimated at $250.


March 6 – J.R. Richey responded to 124 Brookview Circle where Leshay Agnew reported that someone had broken into an outbuilding at her home. The same day, her neighbor at 126 Brookview Circle Dr., James Lovely reported that a guitar, an X-Box 360 console and a Skil saw, total value of $675, had been stolen from a building on his property. Both victims described two white males in a four door white sedan sitting in the neighborhood earlier.

March 6 – D. McQueen responded to 108 Looper Rd. where Pamela Arroyo reported the burglary of her home, and the theft of electronics and jewelry valued at $525.

March 6 – J.R. Richey responded to 202 Oak Hill St. where Catherine Mull reported that someone had scratched the hood of her 2003 Mitsubishi Montero Sport, causing approximately $1500 in damage.

March 6 – K.D. Lollis responded to 16 Allen St. where Michael Andrews reported that someone had entered his work truck and stolen items valued at $132.


March 6 – A.L. Gary responded to 299 Woodson Rd. where Bradley Batson reported that someone had entered his two unlocked vehicles and stolen electronic devices, I-pad, GPS, and other items, as well as a .22 Remington pistol.

March 7 – C.P. Huff was dispatched to 1004 Hwy. 86, to the Sav-Way, where Nancy Smith reported that a white male a mask entered the store with a silver handgun and robbed the register of its contents.


March 6 – M.G. Davis and K. Evatt responded to the Family Dollar Store at 4800 Highway 29N, where the store manager reported that a white male tried to purchase cell phones with two bogus $100 bills. She immediately detected them and refused them. The subject fled in a dark blue Suzuki sedan, SC tag # GBN-481.

March 8 – J.R. Richey was on patrol on Highway 29 when he encountered a white motorcycle being driven by Donnie Earl Thomason, Jr. WM, 32, 5’8″, 180 pounds, whom he knew to be wanted on active felony warrants. He initiated a traffic stop but Thomason fled at high speeds. The pursuit was terminated when the speeds reached 100 m.p.h., but additional warrants were issued for Thomason.