Anderson County Sheriff’s Report


Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following incidents:


Oct. 30 – P.D. Marter responded to the WalMart at 11410 Anderson Rd. where he arrested Crystal Miller, WF, 42, 5’7″, 110pounds, brn/blue for shoplifting.

Oct. 30 – J.T. Smith responded to 3208 Highway 153, where Patrick Murphy reported the theft of his 1989 GMC S-15 . The loss was estimated at $1300.

Oct. 31 – D. McQueen was dispatched to 103 Blue Forest Lane, where Mary Phillips reported that someone had taken a utensil of some sort and scratched one entire side of her 2015 Honda Civic. The damage was estimated at $1500.

Nov. 1 – C.P. Huff responded to 102 Shellcracker Court where Zachary Barrett and Autumn Lubecker stated that they were walking along Stillwater Road when two trucks with juveniles in them stopped and the juveniles jumped out and pushed them to the ground. Barrett was also struck several times.

Nov. 1 – P.D. Marter responded to the WalMart where he contacted a subject who identified herself as Krista Taylor. No other description is given in the incident report. She asked to use the bathroom and then fought her way free of the store personnel who accompanied her, striking one in the face. She fled the store and escaped across Hwy. 153. A search of her purse, which she left behind, indicated that she was also wanted in Greenville County.

Oct. 31 – J.T. Smith responded to a call about a suspicious vehicle at 613 Cely Rd. Upon arrival, he attempted to make contact with the white subjects in a white Ford Transit with a trailer attached. The vehicle stopped briefly but then fled, destroying a brick wall by hitting it with the trailer, which subsequently came loose and ended up in the yard across the street.

The home owner of the original site identified the driver of the van as his stepson.


Oct. 31 – D. McQueen responded to 415 Old River Road where Tracy Saylers reported that someone had damaged the bottom panel of her garage door. The damage was estimated at $200.


Oct. 3 – C.P. Huff responded to 405 Iler St. where two brothers had gotten into a fight over a dog. Roger Nelson, WM, 61, and his brother Jimmy, WM, 56, argued over the dog and Jimmy assaulted Roger with a baseball bat, as well as beating Roger’s vehicle with the bat. Several neighbors confirmed the sequence of events and the case was presented to Judge Cole, who issued warrants for assault and malicious damage to property.

Oct. 31 – R.D. Phillips responded to 2223 Highway 86 where Philip Sharp reported that a third party had contacted him and told him that he had found two checks belonging to Sharp that he had written and placed in the mailbox the day before. The checks were collected to be processed for evidence.

Nov. 1 – J.T. Smith responded to 222 Drewmar Lane in reference to an intoxicated male in the area. Smith and P.D. Marter located Quaid Holder, WM, 19, 5’5″, 150 pounds of Greenville, highly intoxicated and covered with scratches and blood. They also located a vehicle with a window broken out, which Holder said he broke because he has anger issues. He was placed under arrest for public disorderly conduct and malicious damage to property.


Oct. 30 – C.P. Huff was dispatched to Superior Truck and Trailer at 105 Twenty-Nine Court, where David Holley reported that someone had cut and removed all the copper wiring from under twelve tractor trailers on the lot. The loss was estimated at $350. Deputy Huff also responded to Waste Management at 109 Twenty-Nine Court where William Meese reported that the same thing had been done to eight trucks on his lot, at a loss of $500.