Crime Report


The Union County Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrests:

— Donnie Wayne Sumner, 43, of 205 Gin Circle, Buffalo, was charged with third-degree domestic violence around 2:48 a.m. Feb. 4. According to the incident report, Sumner struck a woman in the head, causing injury.

— Keith Albert Barber, 29, of 3890 Whitmire Hwy., Union, was charged as a fugitive from Justice around 3:55 p.m. Feb. 2. According to the incident report, a records check indicated Barber is wanted by the Middletown, Ohio Police Department on larceny charges.

— Reshawn Lamarcus Wilson, 28, of 415 Colonial Ave., Gaffney, was charged with petit larceny around 4:50 p.m. Feb. 3. According to the incident report, Wilson attempted to take five pairs of boxer brief underwear and three pair of socks — valued at a total of $150 — from Belk Distribution Center, located at 3805 Furman L. Findley Hwy., Jonesville.

— David Francis Baldwin Jr., 43, of 107 Lula Green Road, Union, was charged with pointing and presenting a firearm and possession of a firearm by a person convicted of a violent crime around 5:15 p.m. Feb. 3.

— Mark Levi Lawter, 32, of 103 Fairmont Street, Union, was charged with driving under suspension around 7:55 p.m. Feb. 3.

— John Riley Gray, 26, of 101 Sunset Drive, Union, was charged with unlawful use of telephone around 4:55 p.m. Jan. 29.

— James Scott Willard, 44, of 2030 Jonesville Hwy., Union, was charged with second-degree domestic violence around 4:15 p.m. Jan. 29. According to the incident report, the victim stated Willard thumped a cigarette at her which hit her in the eye and threatened her life.

— Reginald Lewis Smith, 50, of 301 Lipsey Street, Union, was charged with driving under suspension around 8:50 p.m. Jan. 30.

The Union County Sheriff’s Office reported the following incidents:

— Deputies responded to Jerusalem Baptist Church, located at 3105 Jerusalem Road, Pacolet, in reference to a break-in. A congregation member reported that the power meter was pulled off the power box of the church, and the back door to the church was pried open. Upon investigation, it was discovered that a flat screen TV was missing from the church.

— Officers responded to an address on Spartanburg Hwy., Jonesville, on Feb. 4 in reference to the larceny of seven batteries which were reported stolen from two tractor trailer trucks parked there. Four batteries were reported missing from a Peterbuilt tractor, and three were reported missing from a Kenworth tractor. The batteries were valued at a total of $700.

— A Union resident reported on Feb. 2 that his cell phone was stolen out of his truck while he was visiting a friend on Oakland Road. The man stated the window in his vehicle was left down, and the phone — a black Samsung Galaxy S5 — was hooked up to an auxiliary cord. The complainant stated he was in the home for 1-2 hours. He valued the phone at $600.

— A resident of Boyce Street, Union, reported on Feb. 2 that someone scratched her vehicle with a sharp object. The victim stated she had only been to a ball game in Union and to a residence on Lawrence Street, Union, that day. She estimated the damage at $1,000.

— A Jonesville resident reported on Feb. 1 that a diamond wheel concrete saw was stolen from an address on Jonesville Hwy. between Jan. 28-Feb. 1. The saw is red in color and valued at $2,000.

— A resident of Wheatfield Road, Jonesville, reported on Jan. 29 that someone stole several pieces of jewelry from her home, including a diamond and sapphire ring with a gold band valued at $300; a ring with a large ruby and many diamonds on an ornate gold band valued at $150; a gold wedding band with diamonds and sapphires valued at $125; a gold and diamond tennis bracelet valued at $895; and a white fossil watch valued at $100.

— A resident of Main Street, Buffalo, reported on Jan. 30 that someone took a Stihl weed eater valued at $225 from the trunk of his car while the car was parked in his yard.

— A resident of Carlisle-Whitmire Hwy., Whitmire, reported on Jan. 30 that a .40 caliber Taurus semi-automatic pistol was stolen from the trunk of an abandoned car which was parked in his driveway. The victim said the pistol — valued at $375 — was stolen between Jan. 20-30.

— Deputies responded to Smith Garage, at 137 Arbor Road, Jonesville, in reference to malicious damage to a vehicle at the garage. Someone at the garage noticed that sugar had been put in the gas tank of a vehicle. Repairs were estimated at around $700.

— A resident of Gist Quarters Road, Union, reported on Jan. 31 that someone keyed his truck overnight. The incident report states officers observed and photographed scratches on every side of the vehicle, and damages were estimated at $1,500.

— A resident of Gin Circle, Buffalo, reported on Jan. 31 that a Murray riding lawnmower was taken from beneath a shed at his residence. The victim stated the lawnmower had a busted block on the engine and did not run.

The Union Public Safety Department reported the following arrests:

— Ronald Gene Briggs, 50, of 310 Lawson Ave., Union, was charged with assault and battery around 10 a.m. Feb. 4. According to the arrest warrant, Briggs shoved a woman to the ground, causing a cut on her forehead and causing her to urinate on herself.

— Dean Edward Gallman Jr., 47, of 103 Poplar Street, Union, was charged with driving under suspension, possession of a controlled substance and open container around 4:10 p.m. Feb. 4.

— Chelsea Bella Graham, 25, of 311 Yard Road, Spartanburg, was charged with shoplifting around 6:50 p.m. Feb. 3. According to the arrest warrant, Graham took several items from Walmart, located at 513 North Duncan Bypass, Union, on Jan. 17.

— Jimmy Dale Owensby, 30, of 221 Maple Street, Pacolet, was charged with shoplifting around 6:30 p.m. Feb. 3. According to the arrest warrant, Owensby took an item from Walmart, located at 513 North Duncan Bypass, Union, on Jan. 17.

— Natasha Renee Arnold, 41, of 110 Kissy Creek Circle, Union, was charged with endangerment of a child and driving under the influence around 8:51 p.m. Feb. 2.

— Ronnie Brooks Trammell, 35, of 1208 West Main Street, Union, was charged with utility theft around 5:40 p.m. Feb. 2. According to the arrest warrant, Trammell tampered with the utility meter outside his apartment.

— Malik Eugene Jeter, 17, of 205 Webber Street, Union, was charged with consumption of alcohol by a minor and disorderly conduct around 10:09 p.m. Feb. 2.

— Rykeem Oligawon Green, 19, of 1426 Joe Walker Road, Union, was charged with attempted larceny and first-degree attempted burglary around 11:30 a.m. Feb. 2. According to the arrest warrants, Green broke a window and attempted to enter a residence on West Henrietta Street, Union, in an attempt to steal items on Dec. 25, 2015.

— Miriam Elise Holden, 24, of 508 Eaves Road, Whitmire, was charged with attempt to purchase ephedrine around 11:30 a.m. Feb. 1.

The Union Public Safety Department reported the following incidents:

— A resident of Hillside Drive in Union reported that someone took a laptop from her coffee table while she and her friends were away from the residence on Feb. 3.

— A student at Union County High School reported on Feb. 3 that someone had vandalized the windshield of his vehicle with what looked to be a pellet gun. The school resource officer stated an administrator would look at video surveillance at the school to investigate.

— Officers responded to an address on Hillcrest Drive, Union, on Feb. 1, in reference to the theft of a motor vehicle. The owner of the residence stated his housekeeper told him an officer came by overnight to tell him his truck was in a wreck in York County. The owner said he dropped off his truck around 10 p.m. and went to a friend’s house for the remainder of the night. Around three hours after the report was made, the complainant contacted Union Public Safety, stating his housekeeper told him someone rang the doorbell some time during the night, a little while before the officer showed up to report the wreck. The truck was valued at $14,000.

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