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Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following incidents:

EASLEY

Aug. 12 – S.S. Barnes was dispatched to 117 Mill Pond Rd. where Leslie Daniel reported that someone had entered her son’s vehicle and stolen items including electronics, clothing, a case of musical recordings, a wallet and some gift cards with a total value of $1325.

Aug. 14 – K.S. Looney responded to 101 Ra

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following:

EASLEY

July 29 – R.A. Sparkman was dispatched to 817 Hamlin Rd. where Ann Smith reported that two guests in her home had left during the night while she slept. The next morning, she was missing a computer, jewelry and a purse. The loss was estimated at $1250.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Sheriff’s office investigates five incidents

 

The Anderson County Sheriff’s Office only reported investigating five incdents last week in the Piedmont, Pelzer and Williamston area and none in the Easley part of the county. Among incidents reported were the following:

 

PELZER

 

July 16 – D.J. Petiit received a telephone report from Donna Madden, of 257 Hardwood Rd. that someone had stolen her Better Homes patio furniture, valued at $500.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following:

EASLEY

July 1 – J.K. Vickery was dispatched to 3104 Hwy. 153 where Brent Suber, of Greenville, reported that his car had been stolen by a homeless man and his girlfriend who he had given a ride to the motel at that location. The vehicle was located in Georgia, where it had been wrecked and totaled.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following incidents:

EASLEY

June 25 – J.A. Clark responded to 400 Clarendon Dr. where Thomas Durham reported that someone had entered his vehicle.

June 27 – D.T. Owens was dispatched to 1020 Kensington Lake Rd. where Pierro Shepard BM, 17 reported that while he was having an argument with a friend, another party, known only as Anthony, BM, 25, had picked him up and thrown him to the ground, causing a small bump on his head.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

The Anderson County Sheriff’s Office only provided information on incidents taking place over a three day period last week. According to incident reports made available to The Journal, Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following:

PELZER

June 17 – Z.W. Crane responded to 120 Bellview Circle where Dale Luker reported that someone had broken into his home and stolen a variety of items, from a big screen television, to clothes to tools. He also reported the loss of his medication. A second victim, Matthew Carson also reported several items stolen. He said he was at the home when the burglary occurred but was asleep due to some seizure medication he was taking.The total loss was estimated at $1080.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following:

PELZER

June 10 – C.P. Huff responded to 2322 Beaverdam Rd. where Donald Mullikin reported that someone had broken into his shed and stolen tools valued at $4200.

June 10 – J.T. Smith received a telephone complaint from Terri Galloway that her prescription of Tylenol Three had been stolen from her purse while she was at 1 McCaughrin St. The loss was estimated at $50.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following:

EASLEY

May 20 – J.K. Vickery responded to 108 Shenandoah Court where Wallace Merck reported the burglary of a shed and trailer on his property, and the theft of various items valued at $1600. Merck also stated that he had ridden around the neighborhood and had spotted a clear plastic container of his that contained some of the stolen items. He said he saw the container in the driveway at 344 Shenandoah Court.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Due to the way incident reports are being made available to The Journal, the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office only reported two days of incidents to The Journal Crime Report this week. Weekday incident reports were not made available. The few reports made available included the following:

EASLEY

May 14 – P.D. Marter received a complaint from Clement Pettys,of Hartwell, GA who stated that someone had thrown a rock at his car the previous night while he was driving on Three Bridges Road in Powdersville. The damage to the car and its windshield was estimated at $500.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following:

PELZER

May 5 – M.T. Stipe was conducting a traffic checkpoint with the SCHP when he saw a white SUV turn around to avoid the checkpoint. He pursued and stopped the vehicle at Cherokee Road and Johnson Road. He determined that the driver, Misty Johnson, WF, 42, 5’4″, 148 pounds, brn/grn, of Pelzer, was driving on a suspended license. She was cited for DUS second offense, arrested and transported to ACDC.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following incidents over the last two week period:

PELZER

April 29 – C.L. Wilkinson responded to 126 Whippoorwill Lane where Shirley Smith reported that someone had entered her home while she was away and had moved several pieces of furniture around. She could not confirm the loss of anything. A couple of hours later, Deputy D. McQueen was dispatched to 128 Whippoorwill Court where Brian Smith reported that someone had also entered his home as well as a shed in the yard. He too could not confirm any theft.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

The Anderson County Sheriff’s Office only reported the following incidents investigated by Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies over the last ten days in the Easley, Piedmont, Pelzer and Williamston areas:

PIEDMONT

April 22 – S.S. Barnes responded to the Dollar General Store at 602 Anderson St. where Kayla Sutherland reported that while she was inside the store, someone entered her car and stole her purse, containing personal documents and Verizon Equinox tablet, valued at $185 .

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following incidents:

PELZER

April 8 – J.J. Pearson responded to 588 Joe Black Rd. where Shanna Makin stated that her neighbor, name and description withheld by the ACSO, had shot her dog for barking. No one saw the incident but her son ran outside when he heard the shot and the neighbor began yelling at him. The dog had a small caliber minor wound to the leg. Deputy Pearson went next door to contact the neighbor who met him with a .22 rifle in his hand. He put the gun up when instructed to and denied shooting the dog, but did say he had been target practicing earlier.. He was unsteady on his feet and smelled of alcohol. The case is to be presented to a magistrate.

Suspect in car shooting in custody

Brandon John Latimer, 20, of Williamston was taken into custody early Monday morning. Latimer has been implicated in a March 28, 2016 shooting incident in Anderson County. According to the arrest warrant, Latimer is accused of firing two rounds into a Ford Mustang occupied by three individuals. The incident occurred along Trail Court in Williamston about 10:45p.m., on Monday, March 28. One round struck the front-seat passenger, the second round struck the rear of the vehicle.

Following the incident, deputies were dispatched to a residence on Brooks Road in Belton where they located and administered first aid to the victim before he was transported by EMS to AnMed Hospital for treatment. His wounds were non-life threatening.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following:

EASLEY

March 25 – C.L. Wilkinson responded to 3450 Hwy. 153 to the QT store, where he contacted Jason Blythe, BM, 33 who stated that he had stopped to assist a white girl, 5’6″, mid 20s, normal build, who flagged him down on Hwy. 153. She had a torn shirt and was very upset. She said she had been assaulted at the Executive Inn nearby. Blythe drove her to the QT and left her in the car while he went inside to get her a drink. A store employee reported that after several minutes, the girl drove off in the car, which belonged to Blythe’s girlfriend. A search around the area and the Executive Inn turned up no sign of the woman or the car, a Silver 2014 Kia Optima, valued at $21,000.

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