Anderson County Sheriff’s Office

Heritage Trace
There were a total of 1204 Part I and Part II offenses reported across Anderson County in the month of March, 2011. 54 (4%) of those were reported within a 2 mile radius of Heritage Trace.
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Prepared byKMills 4/13/2011 *Only data entered into RMS as of date of report is included *Statistics are preliminary and subject to further analysis and revision

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OFFENSES OCCURRING WITHIN 2 MILES OF HERITAGE TRACE
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 Mar-11 1 9 1 2 6 49 7 139 1 1 36 20 1 79 20 135 53 Feb-11 Jan-11

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Prepared byKMills 4/13/2011 *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

Robbery
201112203 252 CHAFFIN RD 3/6/2011 120 ARMED ROBBERY

Aggravated Assault
201115310 201116228 1213 CIRCLE RD 3104 HIGHWAY 153 3/22/2011 3/26/2011 13A 13A ASSAULT AND BATTERY HIGH AND AGGRAVATED NATURE ASSAULT AND BATTERY SECOND DEGREE

Arson
201115310 1213 CIRCLE RD 3/22/2011 200 ARSON

Burglary
201112341 201114783 201115384 201116601 201116656 201117249 117 HIGHWAY 183 132 CHARLES DR 239 COTTON GIN RD 134 HOOD RD 143 NORWOOD DR 200 WEDGE FIELD CT 3/7/2011 3/19/2011 3/22/2011 3/28/2011 3/28/2011 3/31/2011 220 220 220 220 220 220 BURGLARY BURGLARY BURGLARY BURGLARY BURGLARY BURGLARY

Prepared byKMills 4/13/2011 *Only data entered into RMS as of date of report is included *Statistics are preliminary and subject to further analysis and revision

Shoplifting
201115819 3518 HIGHWAY 153 3/24/2011 23C SHOPLIFTING

Theft From Building
201112365 201117144 546 MCNEELY RD 3514 HIGHWAY 153 3/7/2011 3/31/2011 23D 23D SIMPLE LARCENY PETIT LARCENY

Theft From Motor Vehicle
201112390 201113802 201115283 201115715 201115789 201117225 201117119 146 WADMALAW DR 10903 ANDERSON RD 100 POWERS BLVD 3100 HIGHWAY 153 106 CROSSBRIDGE TRAIL 3530 HIGHWAY 153 4409 HIGHWAY 153 3/7/2011 3/14/2011 3/21/2011 3/23/2011 3/24/2011 3/31/2011 3/31/2011 23F 23F 23F 23F 23F 23F 23F SIMPLE LARCENY *AUTOBREAKING BREAKING INTO MOTOR VEHICLE AUTO BREAKING BREAKING INTO A MOTOR VEHICLE BREAKING INTO MOTOR VEHICLE UNLAFUL ENTRY INTO A FENCED AREA / AUTO BREAKING

Theft of Motor Vehicle Parts
201116311 3532 HIGHWAY 153 3/26/2011 23G SIMPLE LARCENY VEHICLE TAG

All Other Larceny
201111447 201112595 201113111 201114490 201115204 201116808 102 BLACKBIRD LN 10207 ANDERSON RD 399 OAK RD 405 OAK RD 3516 HIGHWAY 153 3516 HIGHWAY 153 3/2/2011 3/8/2011 3/11/2011 3/18/2011 3/21/2011 3/28/2011 23H 23H 23H 23H 23H 23H GRAND LARCENY GRAND LARCENY *GRAND LARCENY PETIT LARCENY GRAND LARCENY BREACH OF TRUST WITH FRAUDULENT INTENT

Motor Vehicle Theft
201113093 201113691 201115117 201116249 4325 HIGHWAY 153 727 COOPER RD 125 LEADER DR 210 KENNEDY LN 3/11/2011 3/14/2011 3/21/2011 3/26/2011 240 240 240 240 GRAND LARCENY GRAND LARCENY (AUTO) AUTO BREAKING GRAND LARCENY MOTOR VEHICLE
Prepared byKMills 4/13/2011 *Only data entered into RMS as of date of report is included *Statistics are preliminary and subject to further analysis and revision

ARRESTS FOR OFFENSES OCCURRING WITHIN 2 MILES OF HERITAGE TRACE
Case Dispatch Number Date Arrest Date Location 2011-03845 1/23/2011 3/2/2011 103 ASSEMBLY DR 2011-15310 3/22/2011 3/22/2011 1213 CIRCLE RD 11000 ANDERSON 2011-04271 1/25/2011 3/22/2011 RD 11000 ANDERSON 2011-04270 1/25/2011 3/22/2011 RD 11000 ANDERSON 2011-04272 1/25/2011 3/22/2011 RD 2011-17031 3/30/2011 3/30/2011 11 FREEMAN DR HIGHWAY 81 N & 2011-15440 3/22/2011 3/22/2011 HIGHWAY 153 207 CROSSBRIDGE 2011-15035 3/20/2011 3/20/2011 TRL 2011-17031 3/30/2011 2011-17031 3/30/2011 2011-17031 3/30/2011 2011-12598 3/8/2011 2011-14625 3/19/2011 2011-14820 3/19/2011 2011-15024 3/20/2011 3/30/2011 3/30/2011 3/30/2011 3/8/2011 3/18/2011 3/19/2011 3/20/2011 First NIEGEAL JERRY STEPHANIE STEPHANIE STEPHANIE KYLE MATTHEW PATRICK Last MCGIBBON LANDRETH NIMMONS NIMMONS NIMMONS THOMAS BONAPARTE ROGERS HOOD PROPES WEBER GRANT HAYNES HAYNES HAYNES Offense Description 120 Robbery 200 Arson, Burning - Arson 250 250 250 280 520 13B 35A 35A 35A 90D 90J 90J 90J Counterfeiting/Forgery Counterfeiting/Forgery Counterfeiting/Forgery Stolen Property Offenses Weapon Law Violations Assault Offenses - Simple Assault Drug Narcotic Offenses Drug/Narcotic Violations Drug Narcotic Offenses Drug/Narcotic Violations Drug Narcotic Offenses Drug/Narcotic Violations Driving Under the Influence Trespass of Real Property Trespass of Real Property Trespass of Real Property

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Prepared byKMills 4/13/2011 *Only data entered into RMS as of date of report is included *Statistics are preliminary and subject to further analysis and revision

SPRING CRIME PREVENTION TIPS http://www.infozine.com/news/stories/op/storiesView/sid/46675/ Keep doors locked at all times. If you are working in the back yard, keep your front door and garage door closed and locked; and lock your back door when you are in the front yard. Always lock your doors when you leave, even if you only plan to be gone for a few minutes. During the spring weather, many people open windows or sliding glass doors while they are at home. Always remember to close and lock your windows and sliding doors when you go to bed or leave the house. Install motion-activated lights in your front and back yards, so when someone approaches your home, the lights automatically come on, illuminating that person. Put all ladders and other tools back into a secure storage area after you use them. Ladders and other tools can be used by criminals to access your home. Always lock any storage unit or shed you have on your property. Be aware of home improvement scams. If you did not solicit the contractor or salesman who shows up at your door unannounced, do not do business with that person. If a utility representative comes to your house, request identification. True representatives will carry their identification and they will gladly show it to you. Call their company for verification. Always remember to roll up your car windows, take any valuables out of your car, and lock your doors every time you exit your vehicle, even if your vehicle is parked in your driveway. Being a good neighbor can be one of the best crime prevention tools. Watchful, attentive neighbors can spot criminals and alert the police and the community to their presence. Get involved in your community, and help us keep your spring happy and safe.

Prepared byKMills 4/13/2011 *Only data entered into RMS as of date of report is included *Statistics are preliminary and subject to further analysis and revision

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