Anderson County Sheriff’s Report


Anderson County Sheriff’s Depyuties investigated the following:


August 1 – J.M. Pelfrey responded to the vicinity of Looper Rd. and Bryant Rd. in reference to a suspicious vehicle. Upon arrival, he contacted Aaron Martin, WM, 20, 5’9″, 147 pounds , trying to get his mother’s car out of a field. Upon checking with dispatch, Pelfrey placed Martin under arrest on an outstanding warrant, and transported him to Three and Twenty Road and Hwy. 8 where the Easley Police Department took custody of him.


August 2 – C.L. Wilkinson responded to Enclave Lane, Lot 1 where Lewis Mathis reported the theft of two aluminum walk boards from a job at that location. The boards were valued at $1300.

August 3 – A. F. Acevedos was dispatched to the motel at 546 McNeely Rd. where Ronald DeSoto reported that a pair of boots and two hundred dollars cash had been stolen from his room.

August 3 – A.F. Acevedos responded to 622 Cooper Rd. where Timothy Hyatt reported the breaking and entering of his vehicle and the theft of tools, and clothing valued at $151.

August 3 – J.M. Pelfrey responded to the Pilot Truck Stop at 110 Frontage Road, where April Johnson, WF, 23, reported that her boyfriend, Johnny B. Tolbert, II, BM, 31, had struck her several times while driving down the road. When she threatened to call the police he stopped the vehicle and got out. He at first denied striking her but then admitted it. He was placed in custody and transported to ACDC.


August 2 – C.K. Cowan was dispatched to 117 Slawson Dr. where Kevin Currens reported that someone had entered his vehicle and stolen miscellaneous items valued at $1000.

August 2 – J.A. Bowen responded to 12 Breazeale Dr. where Phillip Bowles reported that someone stole his truck, valued at $3000.

August 2 – J.A. Bowen was dispatched to 93 Kirsch Dr. where Edgar Mejia reported that someone had stolen his vehicle, valued at $7000.

August 3 – M.T. Brooks responded to 2 Coker Circle where Karen Black reported the theft of her laptop from her home. The loss was set at $300.