Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following:
March 25 – C.L. Wilkinson responded to 3450 Hwy. 153 to the QT store, where he contacted Jason Blythe, BM, 33 who stated that he had stopped to assist a white girl, 5’6″, mid 20s, normal build, who flagged him down on Hwy. 153. She had a torn shirt and was very upset. She said she had been assaulted at the Executive Inn nearby. Blythe drove her to the QT and left her in the car while he went inside to get her a drink. A store employee reported that after several minutes, the girl drove off in the car, which belonged to Blythe’s girlfriend. A search around the area and the Executive Inn turned up no sign of the woman or the car, a Silver 2014 Kia Optima, valued at $21,000.
March 26 – T.K. Cook responded to 105 Amherst Way where Brian Taylor reported that someone entered his unlocked vehicle and stole an iPod and a pair of prescription sunglasses valued at $200.
March 26 – T.K. Cook responded to 104 Amherst Way where Wallace Adcox reported the theft of his truck and a trailer filled with items to be sold at the Jockey Lot. The total loss was estimated at $6000.
March 27 – J.J. Pearson responded to the WalMart at 11410 Anderson Rd., where a loss prevention employee showed him video of Sasha Eichelberger, BF, 32, 5’5″, 240 pounds, of Greenville, returning merchandise for a WalMart Gift card, despite the fact that video tape showed she entered the store with no merchandise in her possession. She was arrested and charged with obtaining goods under false pretenses.
March 26 – J.R. Telley received a telephone complaint from Robbie Smith of 4 Evans St. who reported the theft of his S.C. license tag, number withheld by the ACSO.
March 27 – J.M. Pelfrey responded to 127 Wren Rd., Apt. 4, or 4 Wren Rd. Apt. 127 where a WF age 20, all other identification withheld by ACSO, in violation of state law, reported that her boyfriend, ALL identification withheld by ACSO in violation of state law, had assaulted her. But who knows? According to the report, an unknown male attacked an unknown female.
March 27 – J.M. Culbertson was dispatched to 116 Manigault Dr. where Kevin Wynn reported that someone had stolen his unlocked 2012 Chrysler 200, which the keys were in. The loss was estimated at $10,000.
March 25 – J.C. Wilkinson was on patrol when he heard a call for service concerning a rolling domestic situation. A third party witness, Terry Maxwell, called in a report that he had seen a woman forced into a vehicle in the area of Hwy. 29N and Cherokee Road. Wilkinson responded to the Cedar Grove Baptist Church where the reported van was located. Jonathan Neely, WM, 5’8″, 170 pounds, blond/brn and a female identified as Stephanie Harvley, WF, 28, were on the scene. Neely was arrested for domestic violence 3rd degree and taken to ACDC.