Anderson County Sheriff’s Report


Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following:


Nov. 20 – J.K. Vickery responded to the WalMart where he placed Angela Geschke, WF, 39, 5’5″, 130 pounds, of Elkhart, Indiana under arrest for shoplifting. She was transported to ACDC.

Nov. 20 – J.K. Vickery was on patrol when he observed a vehicle sitting near Dolly Cooper Park. As he approached, the driver threw a can from the car and began to leave. Upon initiating a traffic stop, Vickery contacted James Garrett, WM, 58, 5’8″,150 pounds, brn/grn of Ragsdale Rd. Garrett admitted throwing a can of Bud Light beer from the vehicle. A records check showed that he was driving on a suspended license and he was placed under arrest.

Nov. 20 – T.K. Cook responded to the WalMart where he placed Tamara Bonds, WF, 39, 5’11″, 190 pounds, brn/hazel under arrest for shoplifting items valued at $183.

Nov. 21 – J.K. Vickery was dispatched to the WalMart where he placed Darya Donnelly, WF, 5’4″, 220 pounds, of Ann Arbor Michigan under arrest for shoplifting items valued at $40.


Nov. 22 – A.F. Acevedos responded to 301 Anderson St. where Stacy Glenn reported the theft of her cell phone, valued at $100, while she was asleep. She said three friends were in the house at the time.


Nov.21 – J.M. Culbertson responded to 123 Beech Island Dr. where Kenneth Williamson reported that someone had forced entry to his home and stolen a 55 inch television valued at $1000.

Nov. 21 – S.S. Barnes was dispatched to 901 Anderson St. where Dipak Patel reported that someone had thrown a chunk of concrete through the door of the Little General Store and had made entry. Nothing was found to be missing.

Nov. 22 – S.S. Barnes responded to 119 Beech Island Dr. where Shemika Maher reported that someone had broken into her apartment and stolen electronics, firearms, and fifteen authentic Michael Kors purses, as well as other items. The total loss was estimated at $3650.

Nov. 22 – J.M. Pelfrey was dispatched to 1927 Elrod Rd. where Jimmie Messenger stated that someone had stolen his business’s utility trailer, valued at $4000.


Nov. 22 – C.H. McCarley responded to 118 Martin Court where Bobby Hicks reported that someone stole his black Generack 5500 watt generator, valued at $550.