Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following incidents:
April 3 – J.A. Clark and C.P. Huff responded to 506 Roe Rd. where Rocky Lingerfelt reported that someone had fired a gun into his house, breaking a window and leaving a bullet fragment on the floor.
April 3 – J.A. Clark and C.P. Huff responded to 115 Jesse Drive, Lot 18, where Christopher Young, WM, 43, reported that his neighbor had punched him during an argument over a dog.
April 4 – A.L. Gary was dispatched to 216 Wrentree Dr., where Terry Connell III reported the theft of his gold 2002 Chevy Impala, SC tag# JNX811, valued at $2000.
April 4 – A.L. Gary responded to WalMart at 11410 Anderson Rd., where he took Ariel Moore, BF, 26, 5’9”, 125 pounds into custody for shoplifting items valued at $216. She was transported to ACDC.
April 5 – P.D. Marter responded to the WalMart where Robby Hayne reported that someone had broken into his Jeep and stolen several items including sunglasses and approximately $60 in cash.
April 3 – J. Cullen responded to 105 Whitten Rd. where Matthew Jones reported the theft of his cell phone from his residence. The loss was estimated at $100.
April 4 – S.D. Cole was dispatched to the Fred’s Store at 297 Hwy. 20 where a store employee reported that a white male customer was in the act of stealing a DVD player when a Williamston police officer entered the store. The suspect set the player on the floor and left in a white sedan. The tag was traced back to a Ford Ranger truck registered in Beaufort, SC.
April 3 – P.D. Marter was dispatched to Foothills Motor Sports located at 104 Halter Dr., where Eric Crowe reported the theft of at least three 4 wheelers valued at more than $5000. Foggy conditions reduced the effectiveness of the surveillance cameras.
April 5 – D. McQueen was dispatched to 132 Moore Lane where Mick Brown reported that someone had scratched several expletives into the paint on his vehicle, doing approximately $1500 in damage.
April 5 – C.P. Huff responded to 1226 Dixon Rd. where Deborah Mixon reported that someone had broken into two vehicles belonging to her and her husband, and had stolen various portable electronic devices valued at $680.
April 5 – M.T. Grant responded to 1100 Davis Rd. where Chris Davis reported that someone had entered and gone through his vehicle. Nothing appeared to have been taken.
April 5 – M.T. Grant responded to114 Birch Meadow Dr. where David Librizzi reported that someone entered his vehicle and stole a Springfeld X9 handgun valued at $500.
April 5 – M.T. Grant was dispatched to 129 Massey Road where James Gilbert, of Townville, reported that while he was staying with a friend at the incident location, someone stole his 2009 Ford F-150 4X4 truck, valued at $31,000.
April 5 – A.L. Gary responded to 1101 Westwood Dr. where Colleen Clements reported that someone had entered the vehicles at the residence and stole a Ruger P89 handgun valued at $500.
Aprl 5 – P.D. Marter responded to a report of a fight at 1110 Hwy. 86. Upon arrival he found two brothers, Roger Caldwell, WM, 51, 5’9”, 180 pounds, red/brn and Robert Caldwell, WM, 53, 5’8”, 140 pounds, blond/blue. Robert had struck Roger with a 2X4 before fleeing the scene. During Marter’s investigation, Robert returned, and brandished a pistol at his brother, stating that he was going to kill him. Deputy Marter drew his weapon and disarmed the assailant. A third Caldwell, Kevin, was also on the scene and was arrested on a warrant for failure to appear. He and Robert were both transported to ACDC.