Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies reported investigating the following incidents since the last reports made available to The Journal on October 24:
Nov. 26 – J.A. Clark responded to 2901 Pelzer Hwy. where Alfredo Cortes, owner of Los Compadres restaurant reported that someone had broken into the restaurant, but had been unable to force entry into the main portion of the restaurant. Nothing was taken.
Nov. 26 – A.P. Barron responded to 100 St. Paul Rd. where Tony Hendrix reported that someone had broken into the business located there, D&S Landscaping Supply. They stole $491 in cash and a firearm valued at $500.
Nov. 27 – A. P. Barron was dispatched to 107 Century Oaks Dr. where Jacob Mowery reported that someone had smashed the windows out of his car. The damage was estimated at $1000.
Nov. 28 – TK. Cook responded to 229 St. Paul Rd. where Richard Anders reported the theft of his 6 X12 enclosed utility trailer, which contained a variety of power tools and other items. The loss was estimated at $20,000.
Nov. 28 – R.A. Sparkman received a telephone complaint from Shawn Bell that someone had stolen a vehicle from the location of B&E Builders. The loss was estimated at $10,000.
Nov. 26 – A.P. Barron was dispatched to 110 Bent Creek Dr. where Sherry Neighbors reported that someone had broken the sunroof out of her vehicle, as well as keying the vehicle. The damage was estimated at $600.
Nov. 27 – J.T. Smith responded to 108 Eugene Court where Christy Papala stated that she and her husband had been awakened the previous night by the sound of breaking glass. They found their front storm door smashed, and all three cars rummaged through. The damage to the door was estimated at $700.
Nov. 25 – W.J. Martin received a telephone report from Bobby Hamrick, of 408 H I Taylor Rd. of a stolen license plate, SC JGT-720.
Nov. 27 – T.R. Chapman responded to 104 Wateree Lane where Bobby Allen reported the theft of his 1998 Honda Civic, valued at $3500.