Anderson County Sheriff’s Report


Andeson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following incidents:

EASLEY – Aug. 26 – R. Anderson responded to 327 Shenandoah Dr. where Robert Hughes reported the breaking and entering of his home and the subsequent theft of electronics and tools valued at $1540.

Aug. 26 – J.T. Bowers responded to 2904 Pelzer Hwy. where Randy Morris reported the theft of his white 2000 Chevy Silverado truck, which he left the keys in when he went into the store for a moment. The truck was valued at $2500.

Aug. 27 – B. Simpson received a phone call at the ACSO desk from Ronnie Rule, of Bob’s Inc., who reported the theft of several antique business signs from the fence at the property. The signs were valued at $5000.

Aug. 28 – C.M. Ashe responded to 112 Airy Springs Rd. where Jerry Porter reported that two men clad in all black clothing had broken into his home and stolen cash and other items valued at $1715, before being chased from the residence by his son, who was armed with a shotgun.


Aug.27 – R.M. Cooper was dispatched to 44B Lyman St. where the resident reported that someone tried to pry her back door open while she was in the house. The door chain held, and the suspect or suspects fled when she yelled at them.

Aug. 27 – J.D. Sparkman was dispatched to Greenville Memorial Hospital in response to a report of an accidental shooting. Grace Durham, WF, 47, of 6910 Midway Road had reportedly shot herself in the upper right leg.


Aug. 25 – D.L. Brinston responded to the Skate Place at 2310 River Road in response to a complaint about counterfeit money. Kyle Pitts complained that a WM, 5’8″, 140 pounds, had passed the bill and then left in a blue Chevrolet Caprice with SC tag# 4955EU. The tag was traced and subsequent to an investigation, Cody Whitt, WM, 17, of Pelzer, and Charles Riggins, WM, 56, of Greer were taken into custody and charged with counterfeit money and obtaining money under false pretenses.

Aug. 26 – ACSO deputies responded to two churches in the area to respond to reports of breaking and entering of vehicles. In one case, the window was shattered; the other car was unlocked.

Aug.27 – R.M. Cooper responded to 214 Tibwin Rd. where Hershell Mullinax reported the theft of a variety of metal objects and scrap, valued at $2200.

Aug. 27 – J.D. Sparkman was dispatched to 203 Langston Rd. where Jason Aldrich reported the breaking into of his vehicle and the theft of a knife. Also damaged was the ignition to the truck.

Aug. 27 – J.D. Sparkman responded to 119 Wyatt Rd. where Phil Donnan reported that someone had entered his home and stolen jewelry and other items valued at $1650.

Aug. 28 – J.J. Jacobs and D. Creamer were taking a break at the McDonald’s when Kenneth Mullinax came in and ordered a caramel sundae. A records check showed he was wanted on a warrant and he was arrested in the parking lot.


Aug. 25 – J.A. Bannister responded to 630 Mountain View Road where Deneen Lorentz reported that someone had entered her home and stolen a variety of items including firearms and jewelry. The loss was estimated at $5950.

Aug. 27 – Cpl. K.D. Pigman responded to 101 Bragg Dr. where Etienne Dorismond reported the theft of a lawn mower valued at $300.

Aug. 27 – C.P. Huff was dispatched to Briar Ridge Rd. and Willingham Rd. where Rhonda Fetter reported the theft of an old truck valued at $500.

Aug. 28 – R.M. Cooper responded to three incidents of car breaking on Templewood Court. Justin Fuller, at 110 Templewood, lost $2450 worth of goods, including fire fighter’s gear. Melissa Lippincott, at 105 Templewood, suffered the loss of $450 worth of sales samples. Leon Nauta, at 104 Templewood, lost $80 worth electronics.

Aug. 28 – C.M. Ashe was dispatched to 1807 Welcome Rd. where Robert Martin reported that someone had entered a shed on his property and stolen a variety of items valued at $650.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report