Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

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Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following:

EASLEY

Jan. 1 – M. McCarthy was dispatched to the WalMart where he took into evidence a counterfeit $100 bill. A few minutes later, while still on the scene, he and a store security officer witnessed a woman, subsequently identified as Jerri Lamb, WF, 23, 5’2″, 110 pounds grn/brn ,as she attempted to leave the store with several items in her hands. She was charged with shoplifting, and was also found to be in possession of two syringes. One contained a clear liquid that tested positive for meth. She was transported to the ACDC.

Jan. 2 – S.S. Barnes responded to the parking lot at Baptist Easley Urgent Care Clinic where Sarah Townes reported that someone had keyed her car and left a note saying that she had parked in such a way as to keep the suspect from getting into their car.

Jan. 3 – T.K. Cook responded to the WalMart where he took Natasha Harrelson into custody for shoplifting approximately $75 worth of makeup.

Jan. 3 – J.M. Pelfrey was dispatched to the – wait for it – WalMart, where he took LeeAnn Fenning, WF, 22, 5’9″, 200 pounds, red/hazel into custody for stealing a vacuum cleaner and trying to return it for a refund.

Jan. 3 – A.F. Acevedos responded to 723 Three & Twenty Road where Henry Watson, Jr. reported that someone had stolen the power meter off of his storage shed. The loss was estimated at $125.

PELZER

Jan. 2 – D.J. Petit responded to 182 Richardson Dr. where David Rosen, WM, 46, 6’2″, 220 pounds reported that his wife, Rachel Rosen, WF, 63, 5′, 140 pounds had seriously scratched his face and arm during an altercation. After further investigation, she was placed under arrest for criminal domestic violence and transported to ACDC.

PIEDMONT

Jan. 2 – C.R. Carroll responded to the intersection of Plantation Drive and the entrance to Magnolia Pointe, where Elizabeth Petric reported that her Iphone 6S Plus, valued at $800 had been stolen from her while she was at JA Cigars, a local bar. The phone had been tracked to that area by pinging, but had apparently been cut off and could no longer be traced to a specific location.

Jan. 2 – S. S. Barnes was dispatched to the laundromat at 213 Anderson St. where she contacted Gary Wilson, who reported the theft of a pneumatic car jack from his vehicle,which was parked at his residence at 5 Hardeman Street. The value was placed at $80.

Jan. 2 – T.K. Cook responded to 1 Transylvania St. where Melissa Smith reported the theft of a gym bag and wallet from her vehicle outside her home. The loss was estimated at $50, along with some personal documents.

Jan. 2 – Also that day, A.F. Acevedos responded to 3 Transylvania St. where Cecil Callahan, II reported that someone entered his truck and stole hand tools as well as some loose change. The loss was estimated at $74.

Jan. 2- T.K. Cook was dispatched to 128 Cades Dr. where James Doherty, Jr. reported that someone had entered his garage during the day, but had apparently taken nothing. Some cabinets had been gone through.

Jan. 3 – J.R. Telley responded to 112 Leader Dr. where Scott Wilson reported the theft of various items from his car. The loss was estimated at $450.

WILLIAMSTON

Jan. 1 – A.N. Killingsworth responded to Hwy. 29 N and Welcome Rd. where Michael Chapman reported stopping to help his neighbor, whose car was broken down. While helping his neighbor, he heard his truck start and turned to see it driving away.