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Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following incidents:
EASLEY
Feb. 10 – R.T. Duncan responded to the WalMart store at 11410 Anderson Rd., where he apprehended Vinson Jordan, WM, 44, 6’1″, 156 pounds, black/brn, of Easley. Jordan had two Batman watches concealed on his person, and he was issued a citation for shoplifting.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Andeson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the follwoing incidents:
PELZER
Feb. 4 – K.P. McAlister responded to the Pelzer Food Mart at 7001 Hwy. 29 N where the clerk, Karen Morales, reported that a white male, 30-39 years old, 5’6″, 180 pounds, name withheld by the ACSO, had entered the store and said he was going to destroy it so that his girlfriend, who works there, would get fired. He then proceeded to smash a glass display and fled the store. Nitinkumar Patel,the store owner, pressed charges for the damage, which was estimated at $500. The suspect could not be located, and the case was presented to a magistrate for a warrant.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

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. 

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

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.

EASLEY

Jan. 20 – P.D. Marter met with Kim Sullivan at her home at 2523 River Road where she reported that both her vehicles had been entered and ransacked. Two debit cards and a variety of CDs was taken. The loss was estimated at $150.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies continued what has become routine reporting of incidents being investigated. The Sheriff’s office reported only seven incidents in the Journal readership area this week. Among incident reports made available were the following:

EASLEY

Jan. 17 – R.G. Alexander received a telephone complaint from Alan Hardin, of Hardin Contractors, that someone had stolen sixty sheets of plywood from a job site at 416 St. Paul Rd. The loss was estimated at $800.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following:

EASLEY

Jan. 9 – J.T. Bowers responded to 100 Nellstone Court, where Keith Wilson reported that someone had entered his pickup truck and stolen a Glock 19 and a Stihl chainsaw. The loss was set at $1000.

PELZER

Jan. 6 – J.T. Smith responded to the 7-11 Convenience Store at the corner of Midway Road and Hwy. 8, where Evan Cabaniss reported that he had left his 2005 GMC Yukon at the pumps, filling up while he went inside to purchase some food. He looked out the window and saw a white male get in his vehicle and drive off. He gave chase and saw the vehicle turn left onto Midway Road. Store video confirmed his story. The loss was estimated at $10,000.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following incidents in the Piedmont area:

PIEDMONT

Dec. 16 – A.C. Guthrie received a telephone report from the clerk at the SavWay gas station at 1004 Hwy. 86 that a customer had driven off without paying for forty dollars worth of gas.

Dec. 17 – J.D. Reed received a telephone complaint from Dwight Phillips, that someone stole his leaf blower from his pickup truck while he was parked at a local gas station. The loss was estimated at $400.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

The Anderson County Sheriff’s Office reported investigating the following four incidents during the last seven days:

EASLEY

Dec. 3 – D.P. Stipe received a telephone complaint from Colie Bolding, from Six Mile, who reported that two white men in a black Chevy truck stole a number of tools from his truck while he was inside the 7-11 store at 2312 Easley Highway. The loss was estimated at $300.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies reported investigating the following incidents since the last reports made available to The Journal on October 24:

EASLEY

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.

Anderson Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies reported the following incidents this week:

EASLEY

Oct. 21 – S.S. Barnes responded to 2115 Old Pendleton Rd. where Brian Donnelley reported the theft of power and hand tools from his truck. The loss was estimated at $2975.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies reported investigating the following incidents:

EASLEY

Oct. 8 – D.J. Petit received a telephone report from Robert Salazar, who was calling for his friend Lesby Carballo, who cannot speak English. Salazar reported the theft of Carballo’s 2003 Toyota Camry , SC tag # MSB790 from 110 Powdersville Main. The car was valued at $4000. The keys were left in the ignition.

Wren student arrested in assault incident

At school fieldhouse

By Stan Welch – A 17-year old Wren student has been charged with assault following an incident that occurred on Sept. 16 at Wren High School.

According to reports, Bradley Kade Clardy of Piedmont was arrested by Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies for assault and battery in the third degree after allegedly stripping a 14 year old male student and forcing him to put on a cheerleader’s uniform. Warrants state the incident happened during school hours at the Wren High football fieldhouse and that it was caught on video.

Anderson Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies reported the following incidents:

EASLEY

Sept. 30 – J.M. Culbertson responded to the vicinity of Old Pendleton Road and Redwood Dr. in reference to a reported kidnapping. Upon arriving at 1811 Old Pendleton Rd., he saw a white male trying to flag him down. He made contact with Brian Atkinson, Jr., WM, 30, 6’3″, 175 pounds from Hartsville, SC. Atkinson said he felt his life was in danger from some people he had been hanging around with for the last few days. But he gave no real reason for his feeling, and could provide few details about the people. He was obviously nervous and impatient, and he admitted using methamphetamine earlier in the day. Culbertson subsequently placed him under arrest for public disorderly conduct.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Editors Note – Due to the way the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office is making reports available to The Journal, only the following incidents reported between Sept. 16 and Sept. 18 were available for publication this week. However it is more than we have received over the last three weeks.

The Anderson County Sheriff’s Office reported investigating the following incidents in September:

EASLEY – Sept. 17 – C.P. Huff responded to 307 Camperdown Court where Jeremy Hudson reported a burglary at his home, resulting in the loss of a shotgun valued at $250.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following incidents:

EASLEY

Sept. 4 – J.A. Bannister responded to Galilee Baptist Church where Clyde Gravley, the pastor, reported that someone had stolen musical instruments and equipment valued at $1600. No forced entry was found.

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