Tag Archives: West Pelzer Police

Two vehicle accident – West Pelzer

Several people were taken to an area hospital following a two vehicle accident on Friday evening. Medshore Ambulance Service, Pelzer EMS, and West Pelzer firefighters responded to the wreck. West Pelzer police investigated the accident. (Photo by David Rogers)

Moped Meth lab

A member of the Anderson county sheriff’s office narcotics team works at the scene of a meth lab in West Pelzer Saturday night. A West Pelzer officer attempted to stop a moped for a traffic violation according to West Pelzer police chief Mike Clardy. The moped driver failed to stop. After a pursuit the driver pulled into a driveway and fled on foot. The officer chased him on foot, caught him, and placed him under arrest. After going back to the scene of the moped it was discovered that an meth lab was on the moped. Anderson county Haz Mat, Williamston EMS, West Pelzer firefighters, and Anderson county narcotics officers were called to the scene. (Photo by David Rogers)

Car forced off Palmetto Road

West Pelzer Police Chief Mike Clardy examines a car after it was allegedly ran off Palmetto Road early Saturday morning by another vehicle. Pelzer and Williamston EMS transported the driver and passenger to Greenville Memorial Hospital. West Pelzer firefighters had to free the two occupants from the vehicle. (Photo by David Rogers)

Chase ends in accident

Two people escaped serious injury Thursday night after the motorcycle they were riding was struck by a West Pelzer police car. The 21 year old man driving and a 16 year old female passenger were observed by a West Pelzer police officer at the intersection of SC 20 and SC 8 allegedly driving erratic. The officer attempted to stop the motorcycle but the driver fled. According to West Pelzer police chief Mike Clardy the female reportedly kept telling the driver to stop. The motorcyclist traveled north on SC 20 and turned onto Woodcock Road with no lights on. As the motorcycle was traveling on Woodcock Road the driver slammed on brakes on an icy stretch of road in front of the patrol car. The patrol car was unable to stop and collided with the motorcycle according to Chief Clardy. The pair were knocked from the motorcycle. The two suffered cuts and scrapes but refused to be taken to the hospital when Pelzer EMS arrived. The SC Highway Patrol is investigating the incident.

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