Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following:
August 1 – J.K. Vickery responded to the WalMart at 14110 Anderson Rd. where April Huckaby reported that someone had slashed the right rear tire of her car while she was inside the store.
August 1 – A.F. Acevedos was dispatched to 210 Cely Rd. where Wanda Brewer reported that she returned home to find her husband’s car standing open and his Smith and Wesson .38 special revolver missing. The loss was estimated at $400.
August 1- J.A. Bowen responded to 129 Hornbuckle Dr. where Karen Cubelli reported the theft of several minor items from her car totaling $73. Also at 112 Hornbuckle Dr., David Kretzmer reported that someone had entered his vehicle and taken ten dollars.
August 2 – J.J. Pearson and J.M. Culbertson responded to the WalMart in reference to a vehicle break in. Store employee Ottis Seaborn,III reported that someone had thrown a cinder block through the window of his 2008 Nissan Altima, damaging the screen of a Samsung tablet inside. A witness said that the suspect, a Hispanic male wearing a red Polo shirt and brown shorts threw the cinder block and then fled on foot.
August 2 – J.K. Vickery was dispatched to 115 Garlington Court where Nathan Jamerson reported that someone had broken a window in the basement of his house. Nothing was missing but the damage was estimated at $200.
August 2 – J.M. Pelfrey responded to 1024 Circle Rd. where Carolyn Franks reported the theft of her air conditioning unit, valued at $2500.
July 31 – A.F. Acevedos responded to 1 Main St. to the CVS pharmacy where he placed Michelle Clark, WF, 35, 5′, 200 pounds under arrest for shoplifting several items of cosmetics, valued at $40.
August 1 – B.C. Scroggs was dispatched to the SavWay at 80 Main Street, where a store employee reported that a tall white male drove off in a black late 90smodel pickup truck without paying for twenty dollars worth of gas.
August 3 – R.A. Sparkman was dispatched to 7002 Hwy. 29 N where Phillip Pace reported the theft of assorted building materials valued at $1999.
August 1 – K.D. Watt and C.R. Carroll responded to 127 Cool Meadows Dr. to serve an order of detention on Jeffrey Smith, WM, 47, 5’10″, 195 pounds, red/blue. While he was being searched, a container with 1.8 grams of meth was found. He was taken to AnMed per the order of detention,and a separate warrant was issued for the drugs.
August 2 – P.D. Marter responded to the corner of Anderson St. and River Rd. where James Fox stated that he and another guy, name and description withheld by ACSO, had been fishing when he, Fox, went to sleep. When he woke up, his cell phone and money were gone and so was the other guy.
July 31 – A.G. Bannister responded to 207 Wesley Ellison Rd. where Ross Taylor said that he had been contacted by Cpl. Human of the SCHP informing him that his stolen 1999 Mustang had been found on Old Denver School Road. It had been in a single car wreck.
July 31 – R.A. Sparkman was dispatched to 4800 Hwy. 29N to the Family Dollar Store where an employee reported that four women with a child had left the store without paying for a number of items. They left in a white Dodge Ram pickup with SC tag#V12693. She also stated that before leaving, one of the women had returned an item and had shown an ID, which the employee retained.
August 1 – J. M. Pelfrey responded to 515 Irby Rd. where Brianna Schade reported that a white male, approximately 30, with short brown hair had pulled up in a newer model SUV and exposed himself to her. The SC tag# ETV954 came back as belonging to a 2014 Kia Sedona in Cowpens SC.
August 2 – J.L. Martin responded to 315 Mitchell Rd. in reference to a disturbance at that address. Upon arriving, he found Charles Edgar Smith, Jr., WM, 29, 6′,155 pounds, from Belton, standing in the road, wearing only a pair of shorts. He said he used to live there and the people wouldn’t let him in. He could not explain how he got there, and his legs and back were badly scratched up. The homeowner, Tony Brooks, said he woke up to his dog barking and found Smith trying to get in his house. Brooks said he had lived at that address for more than forty years and had no idea who Smith was. Smith was arrested for breach of peace and taken to ACDC.