The men and women of the Simpsonville Police Department (SPD) are vigilant in their pursuit of justice and will never give up on finding answers or persons who committed heinous crimes in the city of Simpsonville.
The SPD request information from the public concerning unsolved crimes. Very seldom does the commission of a crime go unseen. One individual may have the single piece of evidence that is crucial to solving a crime. No matter how miniscule you may believe the information to be, we are interested in learning. If you have any information regarding the crimes listed below, please contact the SPD. If you wish to remain anonymous we will honor your request.
Disclaimer: This is not a complete list of the unsolved cases within the Simpsonville Police Department. All unsolved cases remain open until solved.
Richard Hurley - Hit and Run Fatality
Case #: 05-14-021698
Case Status: Active
The Simpsonville Police Department is requesting your assistance with information regarding a Hit and Run Fatality that occurred on December 18, 2014 at 07:30pm at the intersection of Davenport Rd and Foxfire Dr. The victim, Mr. Richard Hurley, was jogging westbound down Davenport Rd when the unknown suspect, driving a 1999-2003 Jeep Cherokee, struck the victim and did not stop. Previously reported the Jeep was Red in color and possibly had a right handed steering. In fact the color is still unknown and it could also have a left handed steering column.Damage to the vehicle should be in the front grille area and may not be readily identifiable.
(NOT ACTUAL SUSPECT VEHICLE OR COLOR)
(FOR REFERENCE ONLY)
Please help us bring justice and closure to the Hurley Family. Any tips will remain anonymous at your request. ANY AND ALL INFORMATON is greatly appreciated. Please contact the Simpsonville Police Department at 864-967-9536, email@example.com or Greenville County Crime Stoppers at 864-23-CRIME(864-232-7463).
Cassandra Johnson - Murder
Case Status: ACTIVE
Case Number: SI-84-017633
Victim: Cassandra Johnson
DETAILS: In the early morning hours of Saturday, September 22, 1984 the Simpsonville Police Department was called to the 400 block of W. Georgia Rd. in reference to a deceased female A local resident had discovered the partially clothed body in tall grass beside the roadway. This location was near the former Ingle's grocery store near I-385 and W. Georgia Rd. Upon arriving on scene officers determined the victim had been stabbed multiple times and died as a result of these injuries.
The victim was identified as 20 year old, Cassandra Lavette Johnson. Johnson had resided with her family at the former nearby Boxwood Apartments. Johnson was home from college visiting family at the time of her murder. Johnson was last seen alive by a witness on September 22, 1984, at approximately 1:00am, in the area of her apartments.
During the course of this investigation multiple suspects, potential witnesses and family members were interviewed in order to identify the perpetrator(s) and bring them to justice. An extensive amount of physical evidence was also gathered and tested. As of this date the murder of Cassandra Johnson has remained unsolved.
The Simpsonville Police Department is seeking any information from the public relating to this case. All information will be kept confidential. If you have any information about this case please contact the Simpsonville Police Department Criminal Investigations Division at 864-967-9536 or 864-962-0289.
Elizabeth Noleeka J. Crawford (a/k/a Libby) - Missing Person
Case Status: ACTIVE
Case Number: SI-86-019649
Missing Person: Elizabeth Noleeka J. Crawford (aka: Libby) - white female, 5'3", 125 lbs., DOB: 01/11/1952, brown eyes, blonde hair, and a fair complexion
Missing Since: 07/16/1986
Age of Missing Person when reported: 34 years old
Last Seen Wearing: white shorts, white tank top, sandals, carrying a white purse
Identifying traits: front tooth darker color
DETAILS: Elizabeth Crawford was last seen on July 16, 1986, at approximately 10:30pm, by her child in their home located in the Cherrywood Trailer Park (currently named Pinewood Mobile Home Park). At that time Crawford left her residence to go to a friend's house and has not contacted family or friends since then. Crawford's vehicle, which Crawford took with her to go to her friend's house, was located on July 19, 1986 by a Fountain Inn Police Officer in front of Wilson's Sporting located on Georgia Street in Fountain Inn, SC. The vehicle was unoccupied at the time of the recovery.
Multiple suspects, witnesses and family members have been interviewed and multiple tips have been obtained and investigated since Crawford's disappearance. As of this date Crawford has not been located. The Simpsonville Police Department is seeking any information from the public relating to this case.
Below is a copy of one of the original Missing Person flyers handed out in this case.
The Simpsonville Police Department "Wanted Page" contains information regarding individuals wanted on several warrants in the City of Simpsonville.
- The Simpsonville Police Department is asking for your help in locating these wanted subjects.
- Do not approach or attempt to apprehend any person that you suspect is wanted. Any wanted person should be considered dangerous.
- If you have information regarding one of these individuals or any other wanted person please call the Simpsonville Police Department at 864-967-9536 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- If you have knowledge of the immediate whereabouts of one of these individuals and are in Simpsonville City call "9-1-1" to report this information.
- If you have knowledge of the immediate whereabouts of one of these individuals and are outside of Simpsonville City you should call your local law enforcement agency.
Special Note to law enforcement agencies - Please verify any warrants found on these pages before attempting service. Active warrants should appear in NCIC.
Click Here for a list of persons with outstanding warrants with the Simpsonville Police Department.