Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

After more than six months of not receiving incident reports from the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office, The Journal made an official FOI request to the department to make them available on a weekly basis. Though we have received no official response from the sheriff’s office, they did make the following incidents available to us this week:
July 22 – A.G. Banister received a telephone complaint from Zack Cely, of 207 Cely Rd. that his 5X10 black utility trailer, valued at $600, had been stolen.
July 29 – D.L. Ross and A.J. Frederick responded to 115 Ballentine Rd. where Gordon McDonald Jr. reported the theft of his Cub  Cadet wood splitter.
July 31 – C.A. Rager was dispatched to 503 Hamlin Rd. where Robert McCollum reported the theft of his 2000 Nissan Sentra. The vehicle was unlocked and the keys in the floorboard.

July 20 – S.M. Earwood responded to a burglary report at 12 Drake St., Lot 11. Summer Lee reported that she returned home from taking her grandmother, whose home it is, to the hospital and they  found the house broken into and ransacked. Nothing appeared to be stolen.
July 21 – A.N. Brown was dispatched to 7014 Hwy. 29 N where James Cogdill reported the theft of his 4X8 black utility trailer.
July 23 – M.H. Richardson responded to A burglary report at 360 Capell Dr. Titus Schuch reported that he received a call while at a friend’s house stating that his home was possibly being burglarized. He returned home immediately to find several firearms and other items missing.
July 24 – A.N. Killingsworth was dispatched to 15 Front St. in response to a burglary report. Heather Jeckel reported that upon arriving at her mother’s house, she found the back door broken open and two large screen televisions and various tools missing. The loss was estimated at $990.
July 26 – R.B. Ables responded to a burglary report at 31 Square St., where Kelly Giddens reported that someone had entered her grandmother’s vacant home and stolen a Toshiba television, valued at $100.
July 20 – A.J. Frederick and J.D. Stewart were dispatched to 208 Picketts Mill Rd. in response to a vandalism report. Kris Duncan, a supervisor for Ryan Homes, reported that someone had shot several BBs through the front window of a building under construction at that location. He reported the same occurrence at 211 Picketts Mill Road as well.
July 21 – A.N. Brown responded to 427 McNeely Rd. in response to the theft of a toolbox from  the site, at a loss of several thousand dollars.
July 21 – D.P. Stipe was on patrol near Hwy. 86 when he observed a white Lincoln Town Car. He fell in behind it and checked the tag number. The car came back as stolen from Oconee county. When he attempted a traffic stop, the vehicle fled into Greenville county with Stipe in pursuit. The pursuit reached speeds of 95 mph and eventually re-entered Anderson County. The chase finally terminated on Murphy Rd. when the suspect vehicle ran out of gas. The driver, James Nabors, Jr., WM, 6’2″, 305 pounds, red/green, of 3 River St. in Pelzer was placed under arrest for failure to stop for blue lights, and possession of a stolen automobile.
July 28 – C.H. McCarley responded to a burglary complaint at Tony’s Carwash at 3017 Hwy. 153. Jonathan Turner reported that someone had broken in and stolen a flat screen television and some coins.
July 29 – A. H. Mills received a telephone report from Curt Lollis, of 410 Bonanza Circle that someone had stolen several Husqvarna and Ryobi power tools from him. The loss was estimated at $1250.

July 24 – M.L. Galli received a telephone report of a stolen trailer from 120 Jericho Circle. The loss was estimated at $1000
July 31 – Lt. J. Bowland responded to TNT Car Concepts at 6917 Midway Rd. where Terrence Brown reported the theft of a set of rims and tires from a Corvette in the fenced yard. The loss was estimated at $1000.