Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following incidents:
Sept. 4 – J.A. Bannister responded to Galilee Baptist Church where Clyde Gravley, the pastor, reported that someone had stolen musical instruments and equipment valued at $1600. No forced entry was found.
Sept. 2 – K.D. Lollis was on patrol in the area of Hardwood Rd. and Palmetto Rd. when he observed a speeding car, which he stopped. He subsequently discovered that the driver, Ronnie Alexander, WM, 25, 5’8″, 130 pounds, brn/blue, of Williamston, had a suspended license. Alexander was taken into custody and transported to ACDC.
Sept. 4 – J.A. Bannister attempted to stop a motorcycle with two males on it on Goodrich Rd. The motorcycle accelerated and fled into Greenville County.
Sept. 5 – J.R. Nubern observed a vehicle on Anderson St. near Smythe. The driver had no seat belt on. Nubern ran the tag and it came back suspended. He stopped the car and confirmed that the driver, Cameron Black, WM, 23, 5’11″, 190 pounds, of Pelzer, was driving under suspension. He confiscated the license plate and issued Black a citation for DUS first offense.
Sept. 2 – A.S. Rivas received a telephone report from Hampton Miles that his cell phone was stolen while he was at the Wren High School football game. The phone was valued at $200.
Sept. 4 – D. McQueen responded to Upstate Detailing at 9618 Hwy. 81N where Blake Owens reported the theft of tires and rims from a vehicle there. The loss was estimated at $1000.