Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

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Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following:

EASLEY

Jan. 8 – A.C. Guthrie received a telephone complaint from an employee at the WalMart at 11410 Anderson Rd. who reported that a man had just run from the store with some fishing rods and a tackle box. The man, WM, 5’7″, mid 20s, fled in a small gold two seater truck, with SC tag # KCY318. That tag was apparently stolen since it traced back to a Toyota Corolla.

Jan. 10 – J.D. Sparkman received a telephone report from Todd Bradley, 103 Houndstooth Court that someone had stolen the license tag from his El Camino truck.

PELZER

Jan. 8 – J.T. Smith responded to 39 Goodrich St. where Kevin Stilton, WM, 48 reported that a subject identified only as Charles had come to his home and threatened him with a miniature baseball bat. Charles was subsequently located at 6 Green St. He claimed that Stilton had pulled a gun on him first and he grabbed the bat in self defense. The case will be presented to a magistrate for action.

Jan. 8 – J. Velez and another deputy responded to 412 Old River Rd. to speak with a subject known as ‘Bo’ Simmons about several vehicle larcenies in the area. While talking to one of Simmons’ roommates who said he wasn’t there, the deputies noticed a holstered pistol clipped to a pair of jeans. The roommate became nervous when asked whose it was. A WM, 34, 5’6″, 130 pounds, who identified himself as Kristopher Bagwell, entered the room and claimed the gun. After contacting central dispatch, Bagwell was placed under arrest due to outstanding warrants from South Carolina, Easley PD, and Simpsonville PD. He was transported to ACDC.

Jan. 9 – J.T. Smith responded to 1 Pelzer Park St. in response to a call of a suspicious person. He found Randall Bruce, WM, 49, 6’1″, 230 pounds, brn/ blue in a drunken state lying on the ground. He was arrested for public disorderly conduct and transported him to ACDC.

PIEDMONT

Jan. 9 – D. McQueen responded to 311 Ross St. where Bobby Adams reported that someone had broken into his house and stolen a Tonta Cole knife valued at a hundred dollars.

Jan. 10 – P.D. Marter and D. McQueen were dispatched to 3704 River Rd. in response to an alarm. The alarm apparently worked, since there was no sign of actual entry to the residence.