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Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the theft of several vehicles left warming up and one incident of a man talking to products in a beer cooler. Among incidents investigated were the following:

EASLEY

Feb. 22 – J.R. Brunson was on patrol when he noticed a truck at 106 Ragsdale Rd., which matched a suspect vehicle in a pursuit earlier in the day. He and Deputy D. McQueen contacted the resident, Nathan Porter, WM, 52, 6’1”, 190 pounds, bald/green, who said he had noticed the tag, which proved stolen, earlier but didn’t know how it got there. He was placed under arrest for receiving stolen property and transported to ACDC.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following incidents:

EASLEY

Feb. 13 – S.D. Cole responded to the WalMart at 11410 Anderson Rd, where the asset protection officer for the store reported that Travis McNeely, WM, 26, 5’9”, 187 pounds, blond/hazel attempted to leave the store with merchandise he had not paid for. McNeely was arrested and taken to ACDC.

Feb. 13 – D.J. Petit was dispatched to 108 Henderson Rd. where Rodger Beckett reported that someone had broken into his home and stolen a television and jewelry valued at $1200.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following incidents:

EASLEY

Feb. 6 – P.C. Henry received a telephone complaint from Bruno Difilippo, of 205 S. Severin Circle, reporting the theft of a black and red Toro weed trimmer and five gallons of gas. The loss was estimated at $182.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated thefts from different locations including a car, a dual axle trailer, two utility trailers, a golf cart, tools and other items. Among incidents investigated were the following:

EASLEY

Jan. 31 – C.M. Ashe responded to 1120 Windermere Court where Lauren Hood, WF, 31, 5’7”, 210 pounds and Joel Copeland, WM, 46, 6’1”, 145 pounds agreed that they had been arguing when he received a scratch near his left eye. They differed on the manner in which the wound occurred but Copeland was determined to be the aggressor and he was arrested for criminal domestic violence.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the theft of mail, car tags and various other items taken from vehicles as well as a shoplifting incident involving condoms. Among incidents investigated:

EASLEY

Jan. 23 – M.T. Grant responded to a shoplifting complaint at the Super WalMart, where, upon the complaint of manager Kyle Porter, he placed Ellis Woodworth, WM, 20, under arrest for the attempted theft of a box of condoms and a tube of KY jelly.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following:

EASLEY

Jan. 16 – J.M. Pelfrey was dispatched to 114 Gray Stone Court in reference to a burglary. John Stoddard reported that someone had broken into the garage at the vacant house and stolen approximately $7000 worth of tools.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Investigators with the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office are looking for suspects believed to be involved in two separate larcenies from Cell Site Technologies, located on Old Williamston Road in Piedmont.

During the late evening hours on December 31, unknown subjects made entry through the electric gate which surrounds the business and stole several hundred pounds of copper wire and a 2003 United enclosed trailer which contained numerous power and hand tools.

Two days later, subjects cut through a woven wire fence on the property and removed an undetermined amount of copper wire and conduit. Evidence indicates the property was moved several hundred yards from the site, loaded onto a pickup truck and hauled away.

Video provided by a neighboring business depicts a truck and two individuals who may be involved in the thefts. One individual is wearing a very distinctive jacket.

Deputies are also looking into several thefts that occurred in the Old Williamston Road area on Friday, January 9.

Per the incident reports, in the early morning hours on Friday thieves broke into eight unlocked vehicles parked on Amberwood, Olivarri, Aycock Drive and Cresta Verde Road.

Items taken include gloves, GPS devices, a pistol, a wallet and even a box of Krispy Kreme® doughnuts. Surveillance provided at one residence indicates that a group of three to four black males may be to blame.

Anyone with information concerning these thefts or the identity of possible suspects is asked to contact the Sheriff’s Office at (864) 260-4400 or Crime Stoppers at 1-888-CRIME-SC.

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Jan. 9 – J.R. Brunson responded to the Spinx store at 3601 Hwy. 153, where reported that a black male wearing dark pants and jacket and a red shirt, stole several items and fled in a red car.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following incidents:

EASLEY

Jan. 2 – P.D. Marter met with Heidi Chasteen near the WalMart in Powdersville and received a report from her that a subject, name and address withheld by ACSO, had been waiting for her in the parking lot. When she tried to drive off he blocked her several times with his car, even following her out onto Hwy. 153. Nothing further occurred and no arrest was made at the time.

Anderson County Sheriff’s report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following:

EASLEY

Dec. 12 – M.D. Creamer responded to a hotel located at 3104 Highway 153 where Lori Baker reported that someone had cut the lock from their U-Haul trailer and stolen some items from inside.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following:

EASLEY

Dec. 5 – A.F. Acevedo responded to 101 Indigo Lane, where Jason Bradley reported the theft of a large go cart and a Remington rifle from his garage area. A motorcycle and another vehicle were also damaged. The total loss was estimated at $7000.

Dec.5 – P.C. Henry received a telephone report from Terrance Brooks, of 108 Thom Trail that someone had stolen his SC license plate, number IZZ284.

Arrests made in eight Big Creek Road burglaries

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies have arrested two individuals in connection with eight recent burglaries in the Big Creek Road, Belton area and a burglary in Pelzer. Barry Dean Stone, 32, of Belton and Joshua Logan Davis, 26 of Williamston were taken into custody on December 2.

Stone is charged with eight counts of Burglary, two counts of Grand Larceny, and one count of Housebreaking. Davis is charged with one count of Burglary, one count of Grand Larceny, two counts of Accessory after the fact of a felony, and one count of Driving Under Suspension (2nd offense).

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DAVIS

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STONE

According to reports, the crime spree began on November 8, when Barry Dean Stone, 32, of Belton broke into a vacant residence on Big Creek Road by pushing in a window-mounted air conditioning unit. Nothing was taken but a small kitchen knife was apparently left behind at the scene.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following incidents:

EASLEY

Nov. 28 – C.M. Ashe responded to 3308 Hwy. 8 where Dallas Warren reported that his common law wife had assaulted him while he was in bed, striking him in the head with a glass measuring cup. The subject, Stacy McClendon, WF, 34, 5’7″, 140 pounds, blond/blue, admitted pushing him and throwing the cup at him. She was arrested for criminal domestic violence, first offense.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s deputies investigated the following:

EASLEY

Nov. 21 – A.C. Guthrie received a telephone report from Terri Revis, of Easley, that someone had stolen her purse from her car while she was inside the Spinx gas station on Hwy. 153. The purse contained a number of personal documents.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following:

EASLEY

Nov. 14 – P.C. Henry received a telephone complaint from Laverne Spohr, of 8 Trayvon Court, who stated that as she was at home at the time, she saw a white male, approximately 20-25 years old, run into her yard and steal her son’s leaf blower before fleeing in a full sized gray Chevy truck. The loss was estimated at $250.

Nov. 14 – D.A. Hammond received a complaint at the ACSO front desk from Michael Rigdon, of 1934 Sitton Hill Rd., that someone had stolen at least two checks from his mailbox. He was instructed to contact the U.S. Postal Service.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following:

PIEDMONT

Nov. 7 – A.F. Acevedos was dispatched to 203 Santee Dr. where he informed Diane Murphy that her stolen license plate had been recovered by the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office. She was surprised to learn it had been stolen, and recovered from an abandoned stolen vehicle.

Nov. 7 – C.P. Huff responded to 4544 Hwy. 81 where Samantha Clark reported that someone had broken into her car and stolen her purse. They later used a credit card that was in the purse. The loss was estimated at $312.

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