Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following:
May 5 – M.T. Stipe was conducting a traffic checkpoint with the SCHP when he saw a white SUV turn around to avoid the checkpoint. He pursued and stopped the vehicle at Cherokee Road and Johnson Road. He determined that the driver, Misty Johnson, WF, 42, 5’4″, 148 pounds, brn/grn, of Pelzer, was driving on a suspended license. She was cited for DUS second offense, arrested and transported to ACDC.
May 5 – M.T. Stipe was conducting the traffic checkpoint when he saw a minivan turn around to avoid the stop and he pursued, stopping the vehicle near the Cherokee and Ballard Road area. He discovered that Samuel Gannon, WM, 76, of Pelzer, was driving on a suspended license. He was cited for DUS first offense and released.
May 7 – J.M. Culbertson was dispatched to the Bi-Lo at 330 Lebby St. in reference to an intoxicated subject. The store manager said there was a woman in the store in an impaired state who had been grazing on grapes but had not paid for them. Culbertson located Terri Galloway, WF, 52, 5’5″, 130 pounds, red/blue near a dessert display, having trouble standing. She was asked to empty her pockets and revealed an unlabeled medical bottle full of pills. She became boisterous during the encounter and was taken into custody for public disorderly conduct.
May 7 – J.K. Vickery was on patrol near River Road and McNeely Road when he saw a vehicle disregard a stop sign. Upon stopping the car, he discovered that the driver, Carley Moore, WF, 22, 4’11″, 110 pounds, brn/brn was driving on a suspended license. He transported her to ACDC.
May 8 – R.T. Duncan received a telephone complaint from Richard Sanders of 128 Elrod Rd. that his 2102 Tao Tao ATM 150 moped , valued at $4750, had been stolen. A few hours later, Duncan received another telephone report from James Russell that his Cross Runner moped, valued at $2500, had also been stolen.
May 7 – Sgt. E.S. Hamby, while conducting a traffic checkpoint, did notice a strong smell of marijuana on Catherine Crouch when she pulled up. She was asked to step out of the vehicle and two joints and a baggie of pot were seen in plain sight. She was arrested and transported to ACDC.
May 6 – A.J. Frederick and C.R. Carroll responded to an alarm check at 516 Spearman Road, where they found members of a neighborhood watch group who reported a burglary in progress. A sweep of the residence showed no subject inside. The resident’s mother arrived and found nothing missing.
May 6 – M.McCarty responded to 411 East First Street Extension where Gwen Kelly stated that the roofers working at her home had seen a tall skinny white male in his twenties run from a single wide trailer she had on the property. The roofers gave chase but he was picked up by a silver four door vehicle, possibly a Toyota or Honda. Forced entry had been made to the trailer.
May 6 – D.A. Hammond received a telephone report from Freddie Webb, of 124 Harper St. that his license tag SC# HMY 844 had been stolen from his car.
May 7 – K.L. Cash received a telephone report from Keith Waters, of 717 HI Taylor Rd. that his SC tag#LDF 620 had been stolen from his car.
May 8 – M. McCarty responded to 124 Harper St. where Denardis Kilgo, BM, reported that he had been at that location trying to contact the resident when a brown and white pit bull escaped the fence and chased him. He believed the dog, which bit his dropped cell phone and broke the screen, had been let out on purpose. It nipped him but he had no injuries.