Sheriff’s office releases two days of reports

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Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies reported the following incidents over the two day period made available to The Journal for the previous week by the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office. Among incidents reported for the weekend were the following:

EASLEY

Sept. 24 – A.C. Guthrie received a telephone report from Lisa Merritt at 102 Forest Hill Dr., who reported that someone had shot out a light in her shed, doing $40 in damage.

PELZER

Sept. 24 – S.S. Barnes responded to 271 Old River Rd. where Kenneth Smith, Jr. reported that someone had entered a vehicle in his yard and stolen a battery that was in the back floor board. The loss was estimated at $105.

PIEDMONT

Sept. 25 – J.M. Culbertson received a telephone report from Alexandra Lowdemilk of a stolen motorcycle from 102 Shadowmoss Dr. The motorcycle is a blue and black 2006 Yamaha FZ6, with SC tag # ZE34377. The loss was estimated at $3500.

Sept. 25 – J.K. Vickery responded to 3109 Hwy. 153 where Robert Redmond reported that his work truck, a Dodge Ram 2500 diesel had been stolen from the job site. The loss was estimated at $15,000.

Sept. 25 – J.K. Vickery, while on patrol, saw a vehicle pull out of a parking lot onto Hwy. 153 without using a signal, and cutting off another vehicle. He initiated a traffic stop and subsequently found that the driver, Bobby Choice, Sr. BM, 59,5’5″, 280 pounds was driving under suspension. Choice was arrested and transported to ACDC.

WILLIAMSTON

Sept. 25 – M. Hall, while working extra duty security at the Lee Steam Plant,was approached by Mike McFadden, who reported that his company, Southeast Power, was missing a rented piece of heavy equipment being used at the site. The yellow and black rental backhoe is valued $65,000.

The Anderson County Sheriff’s Office has continued to withhold incident reports from The Journal due to the way they record and make them available.