Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following:
Nov. 7 – A.F. Acevedos was dispatched to 203 Santee Dr. where he informed Diane Murphy that her stolen license plate had been recovered by the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office. She was surprised to learn it had been stolen, and recovered from an abandoned stolen vehicle.
Nov. 7 – C.P. Huff responded to 4544 Hwy. 81 where Samantha Clark reported that someone had broken into her car and stolen her purse. They later used a credit card that was in the purse. The loss was estimated at $312.
Nov. 7 – D.A. Hammond received a telephone complaint from Tammie Hawthorne, of 1127 Williams Rd., stating that her SC license tag # EMA 817 had been stolen.
Nov. 8 – A.F. Acevedos responded to the Best Western Inn at 70 Kaylyn’s Way where the manager reported that someone smashed the glass on a vending machine, doing $300 in damage.
Nov.9 – A.F. Acevedos responded to 806 B Old River Road where Donna Dawson WF, 50, reported that her mother-in-law, Wilma Dawson, WF, 73, of 806 A Old River Rd., had been trespassing after notice. After confirming the trespass order, and talking with Wilma Dawson, Acevedos took her and her oxygen tank to ACDC.
Nov. 8 – J.M. Culbertson responded to 4 Camellia Circle where Sybil Eller reported that someone had damaged her crawl space door, doing approximately $50 in damage.
Nov. 9 – J.M. Culbertson responded to 1421 Big Creek Rd. where Cathy Bruce reported that someone had forced entry into the vacant home her mother had lived in prior to her death. Nothing was missing.
Nov. 7 – P.C. Henry met with Joyce Cooley at the ACSO offices where she reported that an unknown person had used her debit card at the Bi-Lo in Powdersville, as well as the WalGreen’s Pharmacy. The suspect obtained almost $1400 in goods and cash. Cooley reported that she still had the card in her possession at the time of its use.
Nov. 9 – Sgt. J. Bowland responded to 100 Cedar Lane where Paula Ingle, WF, 48, stated that her former business partner, name and description withheld, had come to her house and forced his way inside, where he assaulted her and threatened to kill her over a business dispute. Bowland contacted the subject who said they argued because when their partnership ended, she kept a computer belonging to the business. He denied entering the home or any physical contact with Ingle. A witness who came with him confirmed his story. No arrest was made but the case was to be presented to a magistrate.