February 17, 2021

Laurens County women found with stolen mail, packages and personal information, deputies say

Two Upstate women were found in a car with stolen mail and packages as well…

Two Upstate women were found in a car with stolen mail and packages as well as a binder full of personal information from multiple people, according to the Laurens County Sheriff’s Office. Kayla Rae Bradberry and Patricia Ann Harvey were pulled over at 2 a.m. Sunday, deputies said. Bradberry was charged with trafficking in meth, 41 counts of petit larceny and seven counts of receiving stolen goods.Harvey was charged with possession of meth.Deputies said they pulled over a vehicle on Fairview Road for a defective tag light and failure to stop for a stop sign. The driver of the vehicle allowed a deputy to search the vehicle, authorities said. Authorities said a small scale commonly used in the sale of narcotics was found, as well as a quantity of meth. Deputies said a large amount of mail and packages not addressed to either the driver or the passenger of the vehicle were also found. They said the articles of mail found were addressed to more than 50 different people at different addresses ranging from Clinton, South Carolina, to addresses in Greenville County. Multiple envelopes from credit card companies and banks, as well as the South Carolina DMV and South Carolina DNR, were observed, deputies said. Deputies said a binder containing the personal information of multiple individuals was found in the vehicle and included Social Security numbers, email addresses, passwords and bank account information. “This is a prime example of a criminal stealing from honest, hardworking people,” Maj. Chris Martin said. “This individual is exactly where she belongs. I am extremely proud of the hardworking men and women who pursue criminals like this day in and day out.”

Two Upstate women were found in a car with stolen mail and packages as well as a binder full of personal information from multiple people, according to the Laurens County Sheriff’s Office.

Kayla Rae Bradberry and Patricia Ann Harvey were pulled over at 2 a.m. Sunday, deputies said.

Bradberry was charged with trafficking in meth, 41 counts of petit larceny and seven counts of receiving stolen goods.

Harvey was charged with possession of meth.

Laurens County Sheriff’s Office

Patricia Harvey and Kayla Bradberry

Deputies said they pulled over a vehicle on Fairview Road for a defective tag light and failure to stop for a stop sign.

The driver of the vehicle allowed a deputy to search the vehicle, authorities said.

Authorities said a small scale commonly used in the sale of narcotics was found, as well as a quantity of meth.

Deputies said a large amount of mail and packages not addressed to either the driver or the passenger of the vehicle were also found.

They said the articles of mail found were addressed to more than 50 different people at different addresses ranging from Clinton, South Carolina, to addresses in Greenville County.

Multiple envelopes from credit card companies and banks, as well as the South Carolina DMV and South Carolina DNR, were observed, deputies said.

Deputies said a binder containing the personal information of multiple individuals was found in the vehicle and included Social Security numbers, email addresses, passwords and bank account information.

“This is a prime example of a criminal stealing from honest, hardworking people,” Maj. Chris Martin said. “This individual is exactly where she belongs. I am extremely proud of the hardworking men and women who pursue criminals like this day in and day out.”