Anderson County Sheriff’s Report


Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following:


Sept. 11 – T.K. Cook responded to 337 Henderson Rd. where Jonathon Rothell reported that his truck had been broken into and power tools valued at approximately $3000 had been stolen.

Sept. 13 – J.J. Pearson was dispatched to 1026 Robinson Rd. where Kimberly Florez reported the theft of her black 2012 Nissan Sentra, bearing SC tag# JPI 392, valued at $10,000.

Sept. 12 – A.F. Acevedos was dispatched to 3530 Hwy. 153 to the Great Clips hair styling facility where Klariss Hunt, the manager, reported finding the door open when she arrived at work, and a bank deposit bag containing $200 missing.

Sept. 13 – J.F. Marano responded to the 7-11 convenience store at 3600 Hwy. 153 , where Tekesha Adams reported that two black males had worked together to steal a number of packages of Newport cigarettes, valued at $126. One man was 40-42 years old, 6 feet tall, 220 pounds dressed in a blue hat and blue shorts. The other was 22-23 years old, 6 ft. tall, 190 pounds, wearing a gray T shirt, gym shorts and a Carolina Panthers’ beanie.

Sept. 13 – S.S. Barnes responded to the WalMart in Powdersville where an employee, reported that a black male 5’10″, 165 pounds had been intercepted at the door with more than $400 worth of unpaid merchandise in his possession. During the confrontation, the subject struck the employee several times. A supervisor instructed the employee to end the confrontation when it became too intense, and the subject left. His tag number was run and his driver’s license photo was identified. A warrant was being sought in the incident.


Sept. 12 – E.K. Rochester was on patrol in the area of Hwys. 8 and 20 when she observed a gray truck with a headlight out. When she turned around to follow, the truck sped off but did pull over when the blue lights were activated. A check with central dispatch showed the vehicle to be stolen, and the driver, Austin Armstrong, WM, 20, 6’1″, 185 pounds, was placed in custody.


Sept. 12 – J.K. Vickery responded to 129 Beardsley Rd., Apt.#2, where Christopher Watkins reported that someone had slashed one of his tires. The damage was estimated at $200.

Sept. 14 – P.D. Marter received a complaint of burglary from Ron Hammond, of 306 Irby Rd. Hammond reported the entry into his shop and the theft of several antique rifles and ammunition, valued at up to $10,000.