Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following incident:
UPDATE – A wanted suspect ,James Thaddeus Robinson, was taken into custody early Tuesday morning, January 24. He was seen about 3:50am that morning in a red Ford Fusion on E. River Street in Anderson. The vehicle displayed an improper tag. Deputies attempted a traffic stop but Robinson fled the scene.
The pursuit ended about 30 minutes later on Trail Road at Wilson Road outside of Belton, after the suspect’s vehicle struck a curb causing a tire to flatten. Robinson was taken into custody without incident. He was booked into the Anderson County Detention Center just after 5:00am and served with two outstanding warrants for Grand Larceny. Charges are also pending for failure to stop and possession of a stolen vehicle. The vehicle Robinson was driving at the time of the pursuit was reported as stolen from Greer, SC.
Jan. 27 – R.T. Duncan responded to 10703 Anderson Rd. to the offices of Hogan Construction Group, LLC where Bridget Bowen explained that someone had fired a round through the glass in a garage door. The round was found inside. The Damage was estimated at $200.
Jan. 28 – C.T. McBee responded to S & T Properties, located at 2419 Powdersville Rd. , where Robert Seaborn reported that someone had tried to force entry into the office located there, causing $300 in damage to the door.
Jan. 29 – M.W. Crump was dispatched to 213 Harrowate Lane where Jaime Buntenbach reported the theft of his 2003 Dodge ram 1500, valued at $6000.
Jan. 27 – A.J. Frederick responded to a burglar alarm at 560 Joe Black Rd. where he discovered an open window at the back of a garage building. He contacted the owner Randy Saxon who responded to the scene and reported that various power tools and fishing gear valued at $1760 was missing.
Jan. 27 – C.A. Rager responded to the Spinx Store at 2100 Hwy. 86 where the clerk reported that a black male, 6’3″, 150 pounds fled the store without paying for two cases of beer and a pack of cigarettes. The loss was set at $44.
Jan. 27 – J.K. Vickery responded to a report of a stolen ATV at 201 Lancashire Dr. Roger Frady reported that his Arctic Cat ATV, valued at $2500, had been stolen.
Jan. 27 – A.J. Frederick was dispatched to Hwy. 29 N. and Ellison Lake Road where Chad McLaughlin, an employee of Eco Group, which is doing road work at that location, reported the theft of two CB radios from tractors parked at the site. The loss was estimated at $600.
Jan.27 – A.J. Frederick responded to a burglar alarm at 330 Wilson Rd. The owner, Kyle Wilson, responded to the scene and they discovered attempted forced entry through a den window. The entry was unsuccessful but the damage to the window was estimated at $50.
Jan 28 – C.H. McCarley received a telephone report from Bill Hunt, of 3 Breazeale Dr. that two thirty pound propane tanks,valued at $300, had been stolen from a camper in his yard.