These are the arrests made and the incidents being reported to and investigated by the Union Public Safety Department and the Union County Sheriff’s Office over the past week.
The Union Public Safety Department reported the following arrests:
— Brandon Monzell Lanzot, 21, 175 Industrial Park Road, #5D, Union, charged Monday with driving under suspension second offense and shoplifting.
— Brishaunda Danielle Henderson, 21, 819 Berry Farm Road, Union, charged Monday with resisting arrest.
— Richard Donald McBride III, 308 Alman St., Union, charged Monday with petit larceny.
— Travis Keith Jackson, 31, 345 Blanchard Road, Spartanburg, charged Tuesday with two counts of shoplifting $2,000 or more and possession of tools capable of being used in a crime.
— Devin Jake Fisher, 20, 223 Tempy Hill Drive, Buffalo, charged Wednesday with possession of alcoholic liquors and simple possession of marijuana.
— Two 14 year olds charged Tuesday with disorderly conduct.
— Willie James Pitts Jr., 37, 107 Cornwell St., Union, charged Thursday with disorderly conduct.
— Lamarwin Deshawn Kershaw, 116 Simmons St., Union, charged Friday with criminal sexual conduct with a minor.
The Union Public Safety Department reported the following incidents:
— On Aug. 13 at just before 4 p.m., an officer responded to a report of a larceny at a residence on Arthur Boulevard. The victim told the officer that someone had stolen his lawnmower from his shed. He said that the lawnmower had still been in the shed when he last checked around 3:30 p.m. Aug. 12. The officer then asked for a description of the lawnmower and was told by the victim that it was an MTD Brand riding lawnmower. The victim said the lawnmower is yellow and its serial number is 13A0772H755. He added that the lawnmower had two .45 caliber bulletholes in its hood. The report on the incident was forwarded to investigations.
— On Aug. 12 a woman came to the Union Public Safety Department headquarters at 215 Thompson Blvd. to report the theft of some items from a storage unit on Kirby Street. The woman said the items missing from her storage unit included a brand new Fire Entertainment stand valued at $500 and some shaved ice equipment valued at $300. The victim said that she had discovered the items were missing when she went to the unit around 3:30 p.m. to get some equipment for an event. She said her father had been to the storage unit the previous week but had not paid attention. The victim said that the last time she’d been to the unit was in July. She said that when she discovered the items were missing the unit was closed and the lock still on it. The victim was then advised by the officer that a report documenting the incident would be taken and forwarded to investigations.
— On Tuesday, an officer was contacted by a deputy with the Union County Sheriff’s Office about a fraudulent card case he was working. The deputy advised that the victim had been notified by his bank about suspected card fraud transactions made to his account. Two of the suspected card fraud transactions had occurred at the station located on the North Duncan Bypass on Saturday at 12:43 a.m. and 12:54 a.m. for $91 each and the others in Spartanburg County. The deputy advised that Spartanburg County authorities would be notified about the transactions that had taken place in their county. The report states that the victim told the deputy that he possibly had three debit cards with the same number on them and was not sure if one of them had been stolen or someone had used the number off one of them. The deputy gave the officer copies of the documents the victim had received from his bank and the case was turned over to investigations.
— On Monday, an officer spoke with a man at Public Safety headquarters who said that sometime during the weekend someone stole 56 2×4 studs, two skillsaws, a deep fryer, and two chainsaws from his residence on Malone Avenue. The victim said he did not know where the other items were but he had found his 2×4 in the back of his pickup truck. The missing items have a combined value of $1,191. The officer advised the victim that a report would be done and sent to investigation.
— Also on Monday, an officer met with a man at Public Safety headquarters who said that someone had stolen his lawn trailer. The victim said that over the weekend the trailer had developed a flat tire so he left it parked in front of a residence on East Main Street. He said that another officer had taken a report over the weekend because someone had hit the trailer damaging the left fender and left the scene. The victim said that he’d went back to the location earlier in the day to change the tire and pick up the trailer on to find it was gone. The lawn trailer is black in color and is valued at $500.
— Monday also saw an officer dispatched to a business on Old Buffalo Road in reference to a shoplifting. When the officer arrived he spoke to the manager who said that two white males came into the store and asked for three OSB sheets of plywood. A store employee put the boards in the back of a white van. The manager said the two white males then pulled to the front of the store and bought two Sonolastic Caulks and one caulk gun. She said they did not, however, pay for the OSB boards.
— On Wednesday, an office answered a call to a residence on Industrial Park Road in reference to a burglary. The victim told the officer that she’d left her apartment at 9:30 a.m. and when she returned at 11:30 a.m. she found that someone had entered her apartment and stole a Sony PS4 which is worth approximately $500. She said the door to the apartment was not locked because of the doorknob lock mechanism had not been repaired and could not lock.
The Union County Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrests:
— Stanley Eugene Jeter, 50, 223 Pickney Street, Carlisle charged Aug. 13 with disorderly conduct.
— Jason Lee Hall, 34, 2570 West Springs Highway, Jonesville, charged Sunday with domestic violence of a high and aggravated nature.
— Herman D. Hall, 40, 105 North Enterprise Street, Union, issued a summons for permitting an unauthorized child to drive.
— Jeffrey Lee Davis, 43, 105 Walker Street, Union, charged Sunday with unlawful possession of narcotics.
— Barry Dean Williams, 53, 233 Bird Street, Union, charged Sunday with driving under suspension and shoplifting $2,000 or less.
— Ricky Gernard Andrews, 49, 111 Wallace Street, Union, charged Sunday with open container of beer and domestic violence.
— Shayna Little Kirby, 30, 1040 Jonesville-Lockhart Highway, Union, charged Monday with two counts of shoplifting $2,000 or less.
— Melissa Lynn Jones, 36, 309 Lakewood Drive, Union, charged Wednesday with breach of trust.
— Richard Lee Gilliam, 46, 453 Police Club Road, Union, charged Monday with driving under suspension second offense.
— Cynthia Lynn Donahue, 49, 3211 West Springs Highway, Buffalo, charged Tuesday with driving under the influence and open container.
— Dale Robert Puckett, 40, 410 Buffalo St., Buffalo, charged Monday with contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
— Christina Hope Adams, 32, 257 Pea Ridge Highway, Jonesville, charged Thursday with assault and battery third-degree.
— Andrew Hunter Adams, 32, 257 Pea Ridge Highway, Jonesville, charged Thursday with assault and battery third-degree.
— Andrew Justin Cool, 20, 699 Joe Walker Road, Union, charged Friday with purchase or possession of alcohol by a person under 21.
— Charles Woodrow Lee Sr., 70, 3439 Buffalo-West Springs Highway, Buffalo, charged Thursday with assault and battery third-degree.
— Brenda Sue Lee, 45, 3439 Buffalo-West Springs Highway, Buffalo, charged Thursday with assault and battery third-degree.
The Union County Sheriff’s Office reported the following incidents:
— On Aug. 12 a resident of Haywood Street in Buffalo stated that he had not been at his residence for some time and when he returned earlier that day he found some items were missing. While the victim said he believed someone had entered the building through the side window, the report states the responding deputy could not find any damage to the window or doors. The victim said he believed he was missing the following:
• A black Toshiba laptop valued at $300.
• A silver Yamaha CT 236 keyboard with a stand to with it, both valued at $300.
• Two USC lawn chairs with a combined value of $50.
— Also on Aug. 12, a deputy responded to a report of a burglary at a residence on Bentley Town Road. The victim said that sometime between 10 p.m. Aug. 7 and 7 p.m. that morning, someone had entered his residence and took the following items:
• A yellow Suzuki Bombarder 150 Fourwheeler
• A Tree Climber
• A DVR System
• A Marine Battery
• A Computer System
• A PS3 Gaming System
• Wii Gaming System
• A Fire Safe
• Four Dallas Cowboy Jerseys
• Four Belt Buckles
• A jewelry box with various jewelry items inside.
The report states the missing items have a combined value of $4,700.
It also states that the cabinets and bedrooms in the residence had been gone through.
— On Aug. 13, a deputy met with a Johns Street resident in reference to a missing pistol. The pistol is described as a black .45 caliber Springfield Armory automatic valued at $600.