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The Anderson County Sheriff’s Office reported only one or two incidents this week in each of the areas being requested weekly by The Journal. Among them were the following: EASLEY- April 3 – P.D. Marter responded to 203 Homestead Rd. where Ronald Cooper reported that someone had entered his home and stolen a television valued at $400.

April 4 – S.S. Barnes received a telephone complaint from Chris Craft of SignSouth,who reported the theft of a 17 foot by 7.5 foot dual axle black metal trailer, valued at $1500.

PELZER

April 2 – J.T. Hunt received a telephone report from John Stephens, of 106 Carley St., concerning the theft of his Smith and Wesson .40 caliber pistol, valued at $350.

April 3 – D. McQueen was dispatched to 404 Old Brickyard Rd. where Cameron Smith reported the theft of his 1999 Honda Accord, bearing S.C. Tag # KHX 778, valued at $2000.

WILLIAMSTON

April 3 – J.R. Brunson responded to 825 Joe Black Rd. Lot 27 where Angel McJunkin reported that someone stole some stuff from her. The stuff was apparently valued at $100. No further information available.

April 3 – D. McQueen responded to 1101 Hembree Rd. where Doris Burdette reported that someone had entered her home through an unsecured window. Nothing appeared to be taken but there was considerable evidence of someone being in the house.