After several weeks of not being able to access Anderson County Sheriff’s Reports, The Journal was able to get reports this week.
Several break-ins were among incidents reported which included the following:
Dec. 6 – J.D. Sparkman responded to 212 Cooper Lane to the Culligan, Inc. business location where Joe Miller reported two of the company’s trucks were broken into.
Dec. 6 – J.D. Sparkman responded to 3109 Powdersville Rd. where Susan Merritt reported that someone broke into the house at that location.
Dec. 6 – C.M. Turner was dispatched to 105 Chase Dr. where James Hollingsworth reported that someone had stolen his white and purple Yamaha motorcycle. The loss was estimated at $700.
Dec. 7 – J.D. Sparkman responded to 315 Roe Rd. to the Marathon Community Church where Jan Boom reported that someone had broken into the church’s maintenance shop.
Dec. 8 – P.N. Turner was dispatched to Old Pendleton Road and Sitton Hill, where James Byrd reported that his cousin, had robbed him at gunpoint. The cousin’s name was not in the report.
Dec. 7 – A.E. Creamer received a complaint at the ACSO desk from Steven Brock, of Pelzer, concerning identity theft.
Dec. 6 – J.D. Sparkman was dispatched to 103 Melissa Court where Laura Stokes reported a burglary. According to the incident report unspecified items valued at $2600 were stolen.
Dec. 6 – D.R. Rusher responded to 145 Reserve Dr. where John Dubons reported that someone had entered the house that was under construction and had damaged all the cabinets in the location. The damage was estimated at $5700.
Dec. 9 – M.T. Brooks responded to an abandoned vehicle at River Road and Hwy. 153.
Dec. 6 – J.L. Martin and D.P. Stipe were dispatched to Hwy. 29N and H.I. Taylor Road where Xochilt Meeza reported the theft of 2010 Nissan Frontier.
Dec. 7 – P.N. Turner responded to the B&R Restaurant where he placed Gregory Durham, no description or details provided, on trespass notice for speeding through the parking lot.