Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following:
Sept. 25 – K.D. Watt responded to 243 Joe Black Rd. where Jason Watson reported that someone had entered his home and stolen eight firearms and a Bose radio. The loss was estimated at $2500. Watt also responded to a complaint of a burglary at 250 Joe Black Road as well. Rhonda McDonald reported the the theft of an XBox 360 and jewelry valued at $1250.
Sept. 27 – J.J. Pearson was dispatched to 120 Bellview Dr. where Randy Luker reported that his brother, Dale Luker, WM, 5’9″, 220 pounds had been loud and disruptive. Dale Luker had a zippered bag containing his various prescription medications with him and appeared to be under the influence of at least one of them, exhibiting extreme and abrupt mood swings. He refused to quiet down and was eventually arrested for breach of the peace and and transported to ACDC.
Sept. 25 – C.P. Huff responded to 1006 Williams Rd. where Harry Major reported that someone had stolen two surveillance cameras from the exterior of his home, as well as the camera hard drive component from his living room, despite the presence of himself, his wife and two adult sons in the house at the time. The loss was estimated at $400.
Sept. 26 – J.M. Pelfrey was dispatched to 240 Osteen Hill Rd. where Wayne Pepper reported the theft of his 76X12 trailer, valued at $2400.
Sept. 26 – J.K. Vickery responded to 920 Old River Rd. where Kayla Turner reported that someone had slashed tires on both her car and her boyfriend’s. The loss was estimated at $200.
Sept. 27 – A.C. Guthrie was dispatched to 211 Country Manor Rd. where James Forrester reported that someone had broken into his home and stolen a laptop and several fishing rods, valued at $250.
Sept. 27 – A.C. Guthrie responded to 203 Browning Rd. where Troy Fowler reported the theft of his Yamaha four wheeler and SCAG lawn mower. The total loss was estimated at $12,500.
Sept. 28 – J.J. Pearson responded to Canes’ Corner store at the intersection of Hwy. 81 and Wren School Rd. here a store employee reported that when she arrived to open up, the front door was broken and someone had been through the store. An inventory of the losses was unavailable at press time.