The Union Public Safety Department reported the following arrests:
— Jason Wallace Hyatt, 37, of 1014 Linersville Road, Buffalo, was charged with third-degree assault and battery and malicious damage to property around 10:20 a.m. Jan. 5. According to the incident report, Hyatt broke out the storm window of a woman’s residence with a rock and pushed a man, causing him to fall to the ground.
— Sabrina Rochelle Drummond, 22, of 418 B Oliver Lane, Spartanburg, was charged with petit larceny around 3:15 a.m. Jan. 6. According to the incident report, Drummond attempted to steal two silver watches and one white phone charger from Belk Distribution Center, located at 3805 Furman Fendley Hwy., Union. The items were valued at a total of $530.
— Victoria Brannon Martin, 25, of 1130 Linersville Road, Union, was charged with disorderly conduct around 11:40 p.m. Jan. 5.
— Brittney Tikera Lindsay, 19, of 125 Amber Drive, Union, was charged with disorderly conduct around 12:02 a.m. Jan. 6.
— Jasmine Elizabeth Simmons, 17, of 1208 Linersville Road, Buffalo, was charged with disorderly conduct around 12:14 a.m. Jan. 6.
— Travis Wayne Gibson, 35, of 2102 Whitmire Hwy., Union, was charged with simple possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia around 11:07 p.m. Jan. 5.
— Robert Alonzo Whethers, 48, of 109 Cogdell Plaza, Union, was charged with shoplifting around 1 p.m. Jan. 4. According to the incident report, Whethers shoplifted items from Walmart, located at 513 North Duncan Bypass, Union.
— Ronald Dean Henderson, 50, of 475 Joe Walker Road, Union, was charged with petit larceny around 11:35 a.m. Jan. 4. According to the incident report, the manager of the Fairview Diner, located at 1216 South Duncan Bypass, stated Henderson came in, placed an order, ate and left the restaurant without paying.
— Christopher Allen Palmer, 40, of 1207 Sardis Road, Union, was charged with disorderly conduct around 12:25 p.m. Jan. 3.
— Shane Michael Jones, 18, of 103 Marigold Drive, Union, was charged with driving without a license around 12:40 p.m. Dec. 31.
— Ronald Dewayne Bratton, 46, of 854 Webber Lake Road, Union, was charged with driving under suspension around 6:50 p.m. Jan. 2.
— Gerald Dejuan Hughes Jr., 18, of 175 Industrial Park Road, Union, was charged with pointing and presenting a firearm and petit larceny around 4:10 p.m. Jan. 2. According to the arrest warrants, Hughes pointed a firearm at a man while at Rose Hill Garden Apartments, located at 175 Industrial Park Road, Union, on Jan. 1. Warrants also state Hughes took $5 from the man, as well as $20 belonging to a woman in the residence.
— Christian Lane Gibson, 20, of 1010 Canal Road, Lockhart, was charged with resisting arrest and as a minor in possession of liquor around 5:25 p.m. Dec. 30. According to the incident report, Gibson refused to comply with officers and physical force was used to get handcuffs on Gibson.
— Octavius Daquana Thompson, 19, of 103 Woodlawn Ave., Union, was charged with assault and battery around 3:25 p.m. Dec. 30. According to the arrest warrant, Thompson physically pushed a woman during an altercation at his residence.
— Barbara Leanne Williams, 32, of 137 Talley Drive, Union, was charged with shoplifting around 12:35 p.m. Dec. 30. According to the incident report, Williams took several items from Wal-mart, located at 513 North Duncan Bypass, Union.
— Wilson Bates Jr., 37, of 523 Union Blvd., Union, was charged with second-degree domestic violence around 4:07 a.m. Dec. 31.
The Union Public Safety Department reported the following incidents:
— A resident of Main Street, Buffalo, reported on Jan. 2 that his car was vandalized, with every surface scratched and a chunk of concrete on the hood. Profanity was scratched into the windshield, and the driver side door was kicked which left a dirt smudge in the shape of a shoe sole. Total damage to the vehicle is estimated at $2,800.
— The manager of Beauty Mart, located at 408 North Duncan Bypass, Union, reported on Jan. 2, that the store had received a counterfeit $10 bill when four customers came in to purchase t-shirts and bandanas.
— A resident of Wallace Street, Union, reported on Jan. 2, that two white lawn chairs were stolen from her front porch between Dec. 31, 2015-Jan. 2, 2016.
— The manager of Lil Cricket, located at 1237 Arthur Blvd., Union, reported on Dec. 31 that someone stole three fuel probes from inside the fuel system under ground overnight, which caused the gas pumps to stop. The case was turned over to investigations.
The Union County Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrests:
— Angela Lynn Haney, 40, of 304 Briarwood Drive, Pacolet, was charged with breach of trust around 10:45 a.m. Jan. 1. According to the incident report, Haney went with a man to cash his social security check in Pacolet on Dec. 3, keeping $440 of it, and she told him she would meet him at Wood Forest National Bank in Union on Dec. 4, to deposit the remaining money. The complainant stated Haney never came to the bank or returned his money.
— Aaron Christopher Murphy, 27, of 1907 Dixon Lane, Camden, was arrested as a fugitive from justice on Dec. 31. A records check indicated Murphy was wanted by the Oxford Police Department in Oxford, Ala. on charges of possession of forged instrument.
— Kayla Michelle Newton, 22, of 662 Bailey Road, Union, was charged with driving under the influence around 7:16 a.m. Jan. 1.
The Union County Sheriff’s Office reported the following incidents:
— Deputies responded to Lil Cricket, located at 1126 Main Street, Buffalo, around 5 a.m. Dec. 31 where an employee stated someone had come during the early morning hours and removed an in-ground fuel tank sensor. The report states the system’s alarm sounded for no sensors. The report states the sensor is about eight feet long, and all three tank sensors were gone from the ground. The same morning, each of the tank sensors were also missing from the Lil Cricket store located at 1241 South Duncan Bypass, Union. Missing sensors from both stores totaled around $9,000.
— A resident of John Hart Road, Jonesville, reported on Dec. 31 that unauthorized transactions had taken place with her debit card. Two purchases were made online, and the complainant stated she does not shop online. The case was sent to investigations.
— Deputies responded to a break-in at Belk Distribution Center, located at 3805 Furman L. Findley Hwy., Jonesville, on Jan. 2. The report states the plant was shut down between Dec. 31-Jan. 2, and an employee noticed a truck was open that should have been closed when he returned on Jan. 2. The complainant stated it looked as though someone had cut the seal off the trailer and rummaged through boxes of merchandise, stealing some items. The report also states a perimeter check indicated a portion of the fence surrounding the plant had been cut in one spot, near which a piece of merchandise from the truck — a black and gold dress — was lying on the ground.