Anderson Coutny Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following:
May 29 – P.D. Marter received a complaint from Stanley Hart, of Cornerstone Community Church, on Highway 81N, that someone had damaged the gas cap on a van at the church.
May 30 – D. McQueen responded to the WalMart in Powdersville where he took Kizzey Shephard, BF, 37, 5’5″, 300 pounds, into custody for stealing clothing valued at $103.
May 29 – P.D. Marter received a report from Donna Thomas that she had dropped her SunTrust card in the QT Convenience store on Highway 153. Surveillance video showed a thin black woman, 35-40 years of age, pick the card up and leave the store in a white Chrysler 300. Within minutes, she tried to purchase gas with the card.
May 30 – J.T. Smith was dispatched to 215 Old River Rd. where Randi Harper reported that her purse had been stolen from her back porch. She indicated that her neighbor had been in the area when she, Harper, stepped inside her house briefly. Upon returning she found the purse and the neighbor gone.
May 31 – D. McQueen responded to Hwy. 86 and Frontage Rd. where Christie Edge reported that Timothy Chastain, WM, 20, 5’10″, 160 pounds, and the father of her year old son, approached her car while she was at the red light, and damaged the driver’s side mirror, causing $25 in damage.
May 31 – P.D. Marter responded to a report of a break-in at 505 Wren School Rd. En route he was informed that the home owner and the subject were actively fighting. Upon arrival he found Steve Reid, 6’4″, 220 pounds and David Milton, WM, 56, 5’9″, 140 pounds, red/green on the ground fighting. Reid, owner of the vacant home, had observed Milton enter the home and confronted him when he came out with various items. He held him until the deputies arrived. Milton was charged with burglary and assault and taken into custody.
May 29 – D.A. Hammond took a telephone report from Jeremiah Jellicourse, of 123 Waltzing Vine Lane, who stated that someone had stolen his Simple Green TTI pressure washer valued at $400.
May 30 – A.L. Williams and K. Evatt were dispatched to 1311 Welcome Road, for a welfare check. Upon arriving they found no one at home, but one of the cars in the drive had been broken into. The homeowner arrived and confirmed that the vehicle had been fine the last time he saw it. He estimated the damage at $100.
May 30 – J.G. Williams and his K9 partner Dixie responded to 186 Cherokee Road to assist the West Pelzer Police in apprehending Joshua Davis, WM, 27, 5’6″, 200 pounds, after he fled following a vehicle pursuit. Davis is wanted on several warrants. After following his tracks for a mile, Williams and several other deputies located Davis, who swam across the Williamston Reservoir and escaped.