January Crime Report
The following crimes were reported to the Greenville County Sheriff's Office during the first weeks of 2022.
January 10 - Burglary on Edwards Road, Marietta. Garage door was kicked in. Weed trimmer was stolen and the case remains active.
January 9 - Theft on Keeler Mill Road, Travelers Rest. 2019 PAC 6x12 foot enclosed utility trailer with ladder rack stolen from lot. The investigation remains active.
January 9 - Assault on Rasor Drive, Greenville. Subjects were engaged in mutual combat/abandonment of minor child. The investigation remains active.
January 9 - Assault on Alston Street, Greenville. Aggravated assault. Subject stabbed victim. The investigation remains active.
January 6 - Theft on Mountain Creek Road, Taylors. Subject cut lock on a propane cage and stolen eleven 5 gallon propane tanks. The investigation remains active.
January 7 - Drug/Narcotics violations. Possession with Intent to Distribute Meth 3rd offense; possession of Marijuana 2nd offense. Investigation was cleared by arrest.
January 4 - Theft on Church Street, Greenville. Someone burned a hole in a tent and stole a Samsung smart phone. The investigation has been administratively closed.
January 4 - Trespass on Watson Road, Travelers Rest. Trespass on real property. Trespass notice was served. Investigation has been cleared.
January 4 - Theft on Katie Drive, Greenville. Theft from unlocked motor vehicle. Purse, bank card, social security card, cash stolen. Investigation has been administratively closed.
January 3 - Theft from motor vehicle on Wardview Avenue, Greenville. Theft from unlocked motor vehicle. Social security card, license, concealed weapons permit and an ash tray were stolen.
January 3 - Motor Vehicle Theft on Cedar Lane Road, Greenville. 2010 dark blue KIA Optema stolen. Case remains active.
January 5 - High Park Drive, Greenville motor vehicle theft. Black Ford F150 stolen. Case remains active.
January 5 - Traffic violations, Cedar Lane Road, Greenville. Failure to stop for blue lights/Faulty vehicle equipment. Investigation has been administratively closed.
January 3 - Theft on Farrs Bridge Road, Greenville. Theft from unlocked vehicle. Wallet, Social Security Card, License, Debit card, iphone, tools and tool box stolen. Investigation remains active.
Crime reports will be updated through the remainder of January, 2022 with additional crime reports.