The Union Public Safety Department reported the following arrests:
— Terry Ray Talley, 24, of 107 Lybrand St., Union, was charged with second degree burglary, possession of a stolen handgun, felon in possession of a handgun, possession of crack cocaine with intent to distribute, possession of cocaine with intent to distribute, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and possession of drug paraphernalia. According to the incident report, Talley jumped and ran from a vehicle which was being pursued by officers. He was eventually apprehended on Arthur Blvd. after being tracked by a K-9 from the Union County Sheriff’s Department.
— Rodjamin Lemarcus Sibert, 27, of 106 Katelyn’s Way, Union, was charged with petit larceny. According to the arrest warrant, Sibert stole a high school ring from a woman and sold it to a local jewelry store.
— Jimmy Dale Price, 37, of 214 Gault Ave., Union, was charged with shoplifting. According to the arrest warrant, Price attempted to shoplift a set of headphones with a microphone and remote from Wal-Mart.
— Harold Shannon Lee, Jr., 17, of 202 E. Munro St., Union, was charged with petit larceny. According to the arrest warrant, Lee took a cell phone from a purse inside a classroom at Union County High School.
— Michael Davidson Johanneck, 29, of 614 Flat Dr., Buffalo, was charged with disorderly conduct. According to the incident report, Johanneck was involved in an altercation with another driver in front of McDonald’s after “brake checking” and attempting to run the driver off the road on Hwy. 176 between Spartanburg and Union.
— Brittany Michelle McKeown, 22, of 1470 Meansville Rd., Union, was charged with assault and battery.
— Kimberly Denise Hughes, 37, of 108 Hicks St., Union, was charged with driving under suspension.
— Stanley Eugene Jeter, 46, of 122 Byrd St., Union, was charged with disorderly conduct.
The Union Public Safety Department reported the following incidents:
— The store manager of Family Dollar, located at 410 E. Main St., Union, reported on Dec. 16 that the glass had been broken out of the front door, which she noticed when she came to work. She showed officers a security video showing two males throw a rock through the door, enter the store and search cash registers for money. The registers were empty, and nothing appeared to be missing from the store. Damage to the door was estimated at $250.
— A resident of Catherine St., Union, reported on Dec. 14 that two portable DVD players, a GPS system and a digital camera were stolen from her car while parked in front of her residence. The items were valued at $310.
The Union County Sheriff’s Department reported the following incidents:
— A resident of Bishop Rd., Union, reported on Dec. 14 that a Honda ATV was stolen from his home. The ATV was valued at $3,500, and the case was turned over to investigations.
— Officers responded to a call in regard to malicious damage on Dec. 14 at the Lil Cricket store in Carlisle. According to the incident report, an argument led to one woman kicking another woman’s vehicle, damaging the driver’s side door. The car owner indicated she will prosecute in order to have her vehicle repaired.
— A resident of Lovers Lane Rd., Union, reported on Dec. 16 that someone stole a bicycle from his driveway within the last two weeks. The bicycle is valued at $200.
— A store clerk at the Lil Cricket located at 1126 Main St., Buffalo, reported on Dec. 15 that someone used a counterfeit $20 bill during a busy period in the store. An officer recovered the bill and placed it in the evidence box in the patrol office.
— A resident of John st., Union, reported on Dec. 16 that a 2003 Chevrolet Cavalier had been stolen from in front of his residence. The owner said the front driver’s side window had been broken out, but he was not sure how a burglar would have started the car because he still had the key.
— A resident of West Springs Hwy., Jonesville reported on Dec. 16 that she had been the victim of a scam. The victim said she had received text messages and emails from the name “Howard A. Rosenblum,” saying she had won $50,000 and must send $850 to pay shipping and taxes. She did not send money but had already given the person her address and date of birth. The victim stated that after requesting that the subject not contact her any more, he then told her to send money or he would have her killed, and that is when she reported the incident. The email address she had received emails from was firstname.lastname@example.org, and the phone number from which she received the texts was (347) 504-8997.
The Union County Sheriff’s Department reported the following arrests:
— Hagen Robert Zillman, 32, of 896 Burson Maddox Rd., Winder, Ga., was charged with being a fugitive from justice. According to the incident report, an officer was dispatched to Duncan Bypass to check on a wanted person. The officer located and arrested Zillman, and when a dispatcher ran a wanted check on him, he received a teletype indicating Zillman was wanted by Clarke County, Ga.
— Robert Marshall Mull, 51, of 220 Eaves Rd., Whitmire and Teddie Bruce Mull, 49, of 267 Eaves Rd., Whitmire were both charged with breach of peace. According to the incident report, both men were highly intoxicated and arguing with each other over tools and the ownership of the property at 220 Eaves Rd. The report also states one of the subjects threatened to kill the other over the phone. A responding officer was unable to calm either subject, and both were transported to Union County Jail.