West Pelzer police make BOLO arrest connected to stabbing


By Stan Welch

At approximately nine o’clock Saturday night, Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputy T.K. Cook was dispatched to 113 Pitman Drive, in response to a reported stabbing. Upon arrival, he encountered a white female and a white male, age 47, both of 104 Pitman Dr. No other identification was provided by the ACSO.

The male was bleeding heavily from both the head and a severe cut to the left arm. He was unable to offer any assistance in identifying his assailant, repeating only that he was a good old country boy and he didn’t mean any harm to anyone. Pelzer EMS responded and provided treatment before transporting the victim to Greenville Memorial for further evaluation.

A BOLO (Be On the Lookout) alert was issued; and not long after, Capt. Brewer, of the West Pelzer Police Department, stopped a vehicle matching the description in the BOLO, and subsequently apprehended Christopher Michael Campbell, WM, 43, 5’11″, 185 pounds of Enoree, Campbell was also found to be in possession of 4.7 grams of methamphetamine.

According to the Anderson County Detention Center, Campbell was released on personal recognizance bonds for two charges, and was transported to Spartanburg County, where he had prior warrants for his arrest.