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Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following:

EASLEY

Oct.24 – C.P. Huff responded to 116 Greatview Lane, where Tracy Towe reported that someone had scratched and dented her car to the tune of $4000 in damage.

Anderson County Sheriffs Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated several incidents involving guns including one in which two poeple were accidentaly shot.Among incidents investigated were the following:

EASLEY

Oct.18 – J.P. Lahusky responded to 645 Old Anderson Rd. where Adrian Devereaux – Martinez, BM, 26,of Simpsonville, reported that while waiting in line to enter a haunted house being held at that location, several black males assaulted him and his friend, Syi Young, BM, 24. Both men showed visible signs of the assault, and several witnesses reported that shots were fired, but no one was wounded. No one could say who fired the shots. The subjects fled in a green Tahoe.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sherifff’s Deputies investigated the following:

WILLIAMSTON

Oct. 10 – P.C. Henry met with Kelly Hollingsworth, WF, 37, of 105 Slawson Dr. who reported that she had received threatening text messages from an unknown phone number.

Oct. 12 – C.L. Wilkinson responded to 206 Reidville Rd. where Grover Simmons reported the theft of his burgundy 1994 Ford F250 truck, temporary plate, and his 2010 Harley Davidson which was in the truck bed, SC tag#X1883N. The loss was estimated at $15,000.

EASLEY

Oct.11 – J.M. Culbertson responded to 3700 Highway 153 where Albert Roe reported the theft of the air conditioning unit from the property. The loss was estimated at $4000.

Oct. 11 – C.P. Huff received a telephone complaint from Robert Patterson, of 103 Kimi Court that someone had entered his garage and stolen a variety of tools and other items valued at $725.

Oct. 12 – M.D. Creamer responded to the intersection of 3&20 Road and Wren Tree Road where Kelsey Smith, WF, 20, 5’6″, 130 pounds, brn/blue had been arrested by SCHP Trooper Ford, as a result of a traffic accident. She was subsequently found to be in possession of several items of clothing stolen from the Academy Sports store in Easley. She was transported to ACDC.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following:

EASLEY

Oct. 3 – J. Cullen responded to 113 Poinsettia Court where Johnny Suther report the theft of his mobile stainless steel cooker, valued at $11,000. The cooker was black, on mag wheels with a Gamecock sticker on the side.

Oct. 4 – B. Surratt responded to a business located at 7801 Old Greenville Hwy. where Jimmy Sullivan had detained a trespasser. The trespasser, identified only as Sammy Coyle, said he was waiting for his mother to meet him there. He was placed on trespass notice, but no arrest was made.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following:

EASLEY

Sept. 26 – J.M. Pelfrey responded to 405 Ragsdale Rd. where Teddy Walls reported that theft of his 8X16 dual axle utility trailer, valued at $2500.

Sept. 26 – P.C. Henry was dispatched to 112 Pine Dale Dr. where Matthew Crumley reported the theft of a Gecado .22 caliber pistol, valued at $200.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following incidents:

PELZER

Sept. 13 – A.F. Acevedos responded to 905 Easley Hwy. where Tracy Shaw reported the theft of her mother’s vehicle, no model, make or description given. The loss was estimated at $4000.

Sept. 15 – P.D. Marter was dispatched to 141 Joe Black Rd. where Bailey Laboone reported that someone had broken into a home he has for sale at that location.

Two home invasions reported in Powdersville

There were two home invasions in the Powdersville area on Tuesday, Sept. 9. The first home invasion took place around 3 am at 113 Roe Road off Hwy. 153 in Powdersville. The second incident took place on River Road Circle around 7 am.

According to reports, the Roe Road homeowner, Steven Duncan, was asleep on the couch and was awakened by a white male with no shirt.  The homeowner did not know this individual and called him out.   The unknown male then fired one shot, striking the home owner in the arm and immediately fled the scene. The Pelzer Rescue Squad responded and transported Duncan to the hospital for treatment of his wound.  Deputies Scott and Chandler responded.  

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following:

EASLEY

Sept. 5 – S. Dunlap responded to 102 Orr Rd. where Betty Chapman reported that she had been contacted by someone claiming to be a bill collector, and had subsequently been flimflammed out of $394.

Sept. 5 – P.C. Henry received a telephone complaint from Eric Meindl, of 716 Mt. Airy Rd. who reported that someone had stolen a check he had placed in his mailbox for delivery and had altered it and cashed it at a different bank.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following:

EASLEY

Aug. 30 – J.M. Pelfrey responded to 719 James Rd. where George Prockup reported the theft of his 2009 Zuma motor scooter, valued at $2050.

Aug. 30 – J.M. Culbertson responded to 312 Roe Rd. where James Davis reported the theft of an undetermined amount of scrap metal from a shed he owned. He described the suspect vehicle as a black Dodge Dakota style truck.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following:

EASLEY

Aug. 22 – C.L. Wilkinson was dispatched to the Spinx gas station on Hwy. 153 where an employee reported that a black male walked into the store, grabbed two bottles of beer and put them in his pants and left, fleeing with several other black males in a tan SUV bearing SC tag# HUX 219.

Aug. 22 – S.L. Steward responded to 2350 Highway 153 where William Taylor reported that someone had stolen some of his equipment from his trailer where he was doing some yard work. Stolen were a Stihl backpack blower and a Stihl weedeater. The loss was estimated at $1000.

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