Anderson County Sheriff’s Report


Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the theft of a motorcycle valued at $34,000 and in a separate incident, a man at a store on Hwy. 29 shot at someone on a motorcycle.


July 23 – P.D. Marter responded to 8639 Old Greenville Hwy. Ext. where Amanda Mason reported that someone had broken into her car and stolen a purse that contained fifty dollars.


July 22 – D.T. Owens was en route to a call in the vicinity of Anderson St. and Brock St. when he encountered a white male and white female on a motorcycle, driving erratically. The driver disregarded two stop signs and was displaying no tag. Owens attempted a traffic stop but the driver fled on Hwy. 8 into Greenville County. Owens ended the pursuit in front of the Bargain Foods location. The female rider dropped a large bag near the start of the pursuit and Owens returned to retrieve it, but it was not there. Soon after, a male, unidentified by ACSO, met with Owens and gave him the bag, which contained an ID for the female rider, also withheld by the ACSO.

July 23 – M.G. Davis responded to 7001 Highway 29N to the Marathon gas station where a store employee reported an incident involving gun fire.

According to reports a white male and female had come up on a motorcycle and while the female was inside, the clerk heard gunfire outside. She saw a white Chevy pick up pull up and a white male (from the truck) get on the motorcycle and ride off. The white male who was driving the bike then fired several shots at the fleeing rider on the motorcycle. The male, 5’10″, wearing gray shorts and a black T shirt, and the female, wearing blue jeans shorts and a gray T shirt walked away towards the back of the store.

July 24 – C.L. Wilkinson responded to 425 Johnson Rd. where Rhonda Burrell reported that two white males had entered her unlocked car, but had apparently stolen nothing.


July 23 – J.A. Clarke responded to the Rite Aid at 3455 Hwy. 153 where a store clerk reported that two white males had fled the store with a variety of various medications valued at $400.

July 24 – A.H. Mills received a telephone report from Sonya Wilson that someone had stolen her license tag while she was at 2621 Hwy. 86. The loss was estimated at $30.

July 24 – J.D. Sparkman was dispatched to 210 Mass Bay Dr. where Jamahl Donaldson reported that someone had forced his door open and stolen a television and stand valued at $950.


A.G. Banister responded to 262 Paulan Rd. where Rory Bell reported the theft of his tan 2014 Harley Davidson valued at $34.000.

July 24 – A.N. Killingsworth was dispatched to 192 Rock Moss Dr. where Christopher Burton reported that someone had entered two vehicles at the site and stolen a snub nosed .38 revolver, a GPS unit and a pink gym bag. The loss was estimated at $660.