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Crime Blotter: Greenville County Sheriff's Office

Here are the latest reports of Simpsonville and Golden Strip incidents from the Greenville County Sheriff's Office for Nov. 21-26.

As part of Patch's continuing effort to provide our readers with consistent coverage of crime in our area, we're happy to provide you with the Greenville County Sheriff's Office's daily activity report. 

A number of incidents were reported in the Simpsonville and Golden Strip area between Nov. 21-26. They include:

  • DUI, Winding River Way — Simpsonville
  • Assault and battery, 408 Barn Swallow Way — Simpsonville
  • Shoplifting, 1451 Woodruff Road — Mauldin area
  • Autobreaking, 9 Middlefield Court — Simpsonville
  • Petit larceny, 59 Sycamore Ridge Drive — Simpsonville
  • Assault and battery, 414 Bryson Drive — Simpsonville
  • Mental papers served, 9 Dawn Meadow Court — Simpsonville
  • Grand larceny, 10 Fairlane Drive — Mauldin
  • Malicious damage, 1625 Woodruff Road — Mauldin area
  • Attempted burglary, 2701 Woodruff Road — Simpsonville
  • Burglary, 1791 Woodruff Road — Mauldin area
  • Burglary, 212 Clear Lake Drive — Simpsonville
  • Burglary, 1314 S. Pleasantburg Drive, #160 — Mauldin area
  • Malicious damage to personal property, 203 Forked Oak Way — Fountain Inn
  • Breach of peace, 106 Crossroads Circle — Simpsonville
  • Malicious damage, 1901 Woodruff Road — Mauldin area
  • Autobreaking, Spanco Drive — Conestee
  • Malicious damage to real property, 133 St. Johns Street — Simpsonville
  • Burglary, 1846 Woodruff Road — Simpsonville
  • Missing person, 3925 Grandview Drive — Simpsonville
  • Burglary, 1616 Woodruff Road, Suite B — Mauldin area

To view the full activity report, click on the attached PDF.

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