Anderson County Sheriff’s Office

Country Glen
There were a total of 1026 Part I and Part II offenses reported across Anderson County in the month of February, 2011. 38 (4%) of those were reported within a 2 mile radius Country Glen.
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Prepared byKMills 3/15/2011 *Only data entered into RMS as of date of report is included *Statistics are preliminary and subject to further analysis and revision

OFFENSES OCCURRING WITHIN 2 MILES OF COUNTRY GLEN
Offense Code 09A 11A 11B 11C 11D 120 13A 200 220 23A 23B 23C 23D 23E 23F 23G 23H 240 09B 09C 100 13B 13C 210 250 26A 26B 26C 26D 26E 270 280 290 35A 35B 36A 36B 36C 370 39A 39B 39C 39D 40A 40B 510 520 753 756 90A 90B Description Homicide Offenses - Murder and Non-negligent Manslaughter Sex Offenses, Forcible - Forcible Rape Sex Offenses, Forcible - Forcible Sodomy Sex Offenses, Forcible - Sexual Assault with An Object Sex Offenses, Forcible - Forcible Fondling Robbery Assault Offenses - Aggravated Assault Arson, Burning - Arson Burglary/Breaking and Entering Larceny/Theft Offenses - Pocket-picking Larceny/Theft Offenses - Purse-snatching Larceny/Theft Offenses - Shoplifting Larceny/Theft Offenses - Theft From Building Larceny/Theft Offenses - Theft From Coin-Operated Machine or Device Larceny/Theft Offenses - Theft From Motor Vehicle Larceny/Theft Offenses - Theft of Motor Vehicle Parts or Accessories Larceny/Theft Offenses - All Other Larceny Motor Vehicle - Motor Vehicle Theft Homicide Offenses - Negligent Manslaughter Homicide Offenses - Justifiable Homicide Kidnapping/Abduction Assault Offenses - Simple Assault Assault Offenses - Intimidation Extortion/Blackmail Counterfeiting/Forgery Fraud Offenses - False Pretenses/Swindle/Confidence Game/Flimflam/Scam Fraud Offenses - Credit Card/Automatic Teller Machine Fraud Fraud Offenses - Impersonation Fraud Offenses - Welfare Fraud Fraud Offenses - Wire Fraud Embezzlement Stolen Property Offenses Destruction/Damage/Vandalism of Property Drug Narcotic Offenses - Drug/Narcotic Violations Drug Narcotic Offenses - Drug Equipment Violations Sex Offenses, Non-forcible - Incest Sex Offenses, Non-forcible - Statutory Rape Sex Offenses, Non-forcible - Sexual Exposure Pornography/Obscene Material Gambling Offenses - Betting/Wagering Gambling Offenses - Operating/Promoting/Assisting Gambling Gambling Offenses - Gambling Equipment Violations Gambling Offenses - Sports Tampering Prostitution Offenses - Prostitution Prostitution Offenses - Assisting or Promoting Prostitution Bribery Weapon Law Violations Telephone Calls, Obscene, Harassing Motor Vehicle - Using Motor Vehicle Without Consent Bad Checks Curfew/Loitering/Vagrancy Violations County Feb-11 7

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Prepared byKMills 3/15/2011 *Only data entered into RMS as of date of report is included *Statistics are preliminary and subject to further analysis and revision

90C 90D 90E 90F 90G 90H 90I 90J 90K 90L 90N 90P 90Z 978 979 980 992

Disorderly Conduct Driving Under the Influence Drunkenness Family Offenses, Nonviolent Liquor Law Violations Peeping Tom Runaway (Not a Crime) Trespass of Real Property Incorrigible Child Truancy Resisting Arrest Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor All Other Offenses Arson, Burning - Suspicious Fires (Not a Crime) Missing Person Suicide Prowler (Not a Crime) TOTAL

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PART I CRIME LOCATIONS Aggravated Assault
201107133 201107331 SHILOH CHURCH RD @ SHILOH RD 200 PONDEROSA DR LOT 1 2/9/2011 2/10/2011 13A 13A ASSAULT AND BATTERY 2ND POINTING AND PRESENTING

Burglary
201106498 201108318 201108447 201108918 201108922 201109288 201109382 201109743 201110972 184 RICHARDSON DR 214 TIBWIN DR 117 MUSTANG DR 271 STONEYBROOK RD 101 OLIVER PARK DR LOT 11 200 PONDEROSA DR LOT 4 126 MAXTON WAY 1200 HIGHWAY 86 323 LOOPER RD 2/5/2011 2/15/2011 2/16/2011 2/18/2011 2/18/2011 2/19/2011 2/20/2011 2/22/2011 2/28/2011 220 220 220 220 220 220 220 220 220 BURGLARY BURGLARY BURGLARY BURGLARY BURGLARY BURGLARY BURGLARY BURGLARY BURGLARY

Shoplifting
201109593 915 ANDERSON ST 2/21/2011 23C SHOPLIFTING

Prepared byKMills 3/15/2011 *Only data entered into RMS as of date of report is included *Statistics are preliminary and subject to further analysis and revision

Theft From Motor Vehicle
201107162 309 COUNTRY GLEN RD 2/9/2011 23F AUTO BREAKING

Theft of Motor Vehicle Parts
201106240 7203 HIGHWAY 29 N 2/4/2011 23G SIMPLE LARCENY

All Other Larceny
201106447 201108245 639 OSTEEN HILL RD 125 LACANNON RD 2/5/2011 2/15/2011 23H 23H SIMPLE LARCENY GRAND LARCENY

Motor Vehicle Theft
201109941 214 OLD RIVER RD 2/23/2011 240 PETIT LARCENY

ARRESTS FOR OFFENSES OCCURRING WITHIN 2 MILES OF COUNTRY GLEN
Case Number Dispatch Date Arrest Date 2/2/2011 2/12/2011 2/17/2011 2/17/2011 2/17/2011 2/26/2011 Location First 101 OLIVER PARK DR JOHN 130 MOORE LN LOOPER RD 101 OLIVER PARK DR LOT 11 JAMES ST & BURKETTE ST OLD RIVER RD & HOLIDAY ST DONALD KIMBERLY DUSTIN PHILLIP ERIC Last BRANTHAM JONES HANCOCK VALDEZ WALL KUYKENDALL Offense Description Assault Offenses - Simple 13B Assault Larceny/Theft Offenses - All 23H Other Larceny Drug Narcotic Offenses 35A Drug/Narcotic Violations Drug Narcotic Offenses 35A Drug/Narcotic Violations 90D 35A Driving Under the Influence Drug Narcotic Offenses Drug/Narcotic Violations

2011-05917 2/3/2011 2010-63002 11/12/2010 2011-08751 2/17/2011 2011-03390 1/20/2011 2011-08807 2/17/2011 2011-10583 2/26/2011

Prepared byKMills 3/15/2011 *Only data entered into RMS as of date of report is included *Statistics are preliminary and subject to further analysis and revision

“Gypsy and Traveler Scams” Modified From http://www.co.arapahoe.co.us/ Every spring and summer, there is an increase in “gypsy and traveler” activity. To law enforcement agencies, the word "gypsy" refers to people who travel in small groups across the country perpetrating crimes of theft, burglary, and fraud. Gypsy scams are incidents that occur in daylight hours, in which a suspect will literally walk right into someone’s home for the purpose of stealing jewelry or money. Very often, the homeowner is either in or near the home. If these individuals are caught, they give some kind of excuse as to why they are in the home or on the property. So far, these individuals have not been violent and usually run from the residence as soon as they are discovered. The best way to keep these individuals from victimizing you is to simply keep your home locked, even when you are working in the yard. Remember, anytime you are outside your home, you cannot possibly see every door that a would-be thief might enter. During this same time of year, traveling home improvement workers, often called “Travelers or Irish Travelers,” invade communities throughout the area preying upon unsuspecting homeowners, often times the elderly, going door to door offering to pave or seal driveways at a very cheap price. The Travelers will want payment up front and prefer cash but will often times accept a check. The Travelers will tell the homeowners they have patch left over from a previous job. Most homeowners who hire the traveling workers experience shoddy work with substandard materials. Then the victim can't locate the workers for a refund or to repair the job. When victims try to stop payment on the check, it already has been cashed, and the name on the check usually is fictitious or belongs to an uninvolved third party. Sometimes that amount of the check will be altered as well. Homeowners should be suspicious of anyone who knocks on their door with offers that sound “too good to be true”. Homeowners should at least always check references and go through the Better Business Bureau to check out the company. Finally, never pay for work in advance; always pay at the conclusion of the job. Remember, if a deal sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

Prepared byKMills 3/15/2011 *Only data entered into RMS as of date of report is included *Statistics are preliminary and subject to further analysis and revision