Williamston Police report busy

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Williamston Police Officers reported a busy period during the first week of December and the week of Thanksgiving. Among incidents investigated were the following:

Dec. 6 – Christopher Frank Robins, 37, 233 Harper Rd., Williamston reported being stuck in the back of the head with an object by an unidentified person while at 7 Ellison St. Sgt. B. C. Kelley investigated.

Dec. 5 – Three people were arrested after a Lincoln Towncar was observed beside an abandoned residence at 717 Tripp St. The car had several blue vehicle doors, a brown vehicle door and plastic buckets in the trunk. Curtis Leland Stidham, 32, 104 Tripp St., Williamston; Patricia Ann Barger, 49, 104 Tripp St., Williamston and William Curtis Marsh, 41, 104 Tripp St., Williamston, were each charged with tampering with a motor vehicle and petit larceny. The items were valued at $450. Reports state one of the suspects told officers they were going to sell the scrap items for gas money. E. T. Hutchins, K. D. Lollis investigated.

Dec. 5 – James Orenthal Smith, 22, 119 Patterson St., Piedmont was arrested for outstanding bench warrant after Greenville County law Enforcement Center notified WPD he was in custody. D. M. Stipe investigated.

Dec. 4 – Bobby Edward Blanding, 48, 509A Franklin St., Anderson was arrested for assault and battery 2nd offense after officers responded to 110 East Carolina St. in reference to an assault. Sgt. K. J. Winn, M. E. Simmons investigated.

Dec. 4 – Shanda Robinson, 45 Market St,. Williamston reported a tan and white female pit bull dog missing from her yard. The dog had a red and black collar. M. E. Simmons investigated.

Dec. 3 – Richard Howard Hendrix, 62, 7921 Royston Hwy. Cannon Ga., was arrested for outstanding bench warrant after WPD was notified Anderson City Police had him in custody. Sgt. K. J. Winn, C. M. Rogers investigated.

Dec. 3 – Tony Becerra Uribe, 19, 21 Orchard Park Dr., Greenville was issued a notice to comply for no business license after officers were dispatched in reference to a person going door to door selling ADT security alarms. Sgt. K. J. Winn, T. J. Richardson investigated.

Dec. 3 – Tony Lamar McCollum, 53, 121 Spring Hill Rd., Anderson was arrested for driving under the influence, open container and improper vehicle license after a white Kia was observed driving off the road way on Anderson Dr. T. A. Striss, L. E. Mulz investigated.

Dec. 3 – Gary Allan Garrett, 46, 222 Woodtrail Dr,. Williamston was arrested for public disorderly conduct after officers were dispatched to Foothills Pawn Shop, 513 W. Main St. Sgt. K. J. Winn investigated.

Dec. 2 – Natasha Ann Coale, 30, 100 Parker St., Williamston was arrested for criminal domestic violence and failure to accompany after officers were dispatched to the residence in reference to a domestic disturbance. Jason David Coale, 31, of the same address, was also arrested and charged with criminal domestic violence. L. E. Mulz, T. A. Striss investigated.

Dec. 2 – SGT/SRO L. D,. Ritter investigated an incident in which a 16 year old male juvenile hit another 16 year old juvenile in the mouth. Charges of assault and battery (3rd) with the Department of Juvenile Justice are pending on the juvenile offender.

Dec. 1 – Kelley Frances Padfield, 44, 10 Dottie Ct,. Williamston was placed on trespass notice at Major ABC, 510 Greenville Dr.. Sgt. B. C. Kelley investigated.

Nov. 29 – Marcelle B. Morse, 89, 110 Gossett Dr,. #F1 reported a 2005 Ford Taurus vandalized by a vulgar message being written on a window. D. M. Stipe investigated.

Nov. 29 – Betty K Dalrymple, 77, 110 Gossett St. #F2 also reported her 2002 Toyota Camry was vandalized with a vulgar message on a window. D. M. Stipe investigated.

Williamston Police Ofiicers investigated the following incidents during the week of Thanksgiving:

Nov. 26 – Dausi J Guevara, 27, 927 E. Whitner St., Anderson was arrested for operating an uninsured vehicle after a white Ford Explorer was observed on Greenville Dr. with a suspended tag. Sgt. B. C. Kelley investigated.

Nov. 26 – Chandler Allen Lindekugel, 43, 2 A Black St., Williamston was arrested for an outstanding bench warrant in West Pelzer. D. M. Stipe investigated.

Nov. 26 – Eric Samon Dogan, 42, 10 McCollough Road, Piedmont was arrested for driving under suspension after a vehicle was observed on Main St. failing to dim headlights. E. T. Hutchins, K. D. Lollis investigated.

Nov. 25 – Adam Horace Sentell, 21, 4023 Six and Twenty Rd., Williamston, was arrested for simple possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, open container, public disorderly conduct and no tag light after a white Ford Mustang was observed on Greenville Dr. with no tag light.

Nov. 25 – Debra Ellen Bannister, 53, 205 Prince St., Williamston reported an off white color stove balued at $400 removed from the porch of 209 Prince St., Capt. E. S. Russell investigated.

Nov. 25 – Johnnie Bell, 201 Mahaffey Rd., Williamston reported a park bench stolen from the Williamston cemetery. The black and green metal bench was valued at $250. Sgt. B. C. Kelley investigated.

Nov. 24 – Amanda Nicloe Lam, 33, 133 Edens Rd., Easley was arrested for possession with intent to distribute and expired tag after a white Chrysler 200 was observed on Greenville Dr. Reports state an unmarked prescription bottle was found in the vehicle which contained 21 pills suspected to be Hydrocodone Bitartrate pills. T. J. Richardson investigated.

Nov. 24 – An arrest warrant was issued for Micheal Lewis Demario Young, 25, 346 Ligon St., Greenville for failure to stop for a blue light, speeding and driving under suspension after a silver Dodge Charger was observed going 55 mph in a 35 mph zone on Anderson Dr. While officers were checking infomation with DMV, the Charger left the scene and was pursued on Hill St. until officers lost sight of the vehicle. The vehicle was later observed on West Main St. where officers resumed pursuit. The vehicle turned onto South Hamilton and reached a speed of approximately 80 mph before turning onto Big Creek Rd. where pursuit was terminated. Sgt. K. J. Winn investigated.

Nov. 24 – Michael James Duso, 23, 826 Joe Black Rd. Lt. 4 Williamston was arrested for outstanding bench warrant after officers were notified by Greenville County that they had him in custody. M. E. Simmons investigated.

Nov. 24 – Paul Eugene Sims, 30, 896 Dunklin Bridge Rd., Fountain Inn was arrested for six outstanding bench warrants after the WPD was notified he was at the Greenville County Detention Center. Outstanding warrants included driving under suspension, no vehicle registration in possession, operating an uninsured vehicle, improper vehicle license, altered vehicle license and possession of stolen goods. M. E. Simmons investigated.

Nov. 23 – Kimberly Yvonne Cape, 37, 105 S. Green St., Williamston was arrested for public disorderly conduct after being observed unable to stand without assistance while walking at Williams St. and Green St. L. E. Mulz, T. A. Striss investigated.

Nov. 13 – Christopher Grover Rogers, 31, 207 McDonald Ave., Williamston was arrested for assault and battery 3rd degree after officers responded to the residence in reference to a domestic dispute. E. T. Hutchins, K. D. Lollis investigated.

Nov. 22 – Cedric Demond Arnold, 30, 149 Arnold Rd, Pelzer was arrested for simpled possession of marijuana after a Jeep was observed on Greenville Drive with no working tail lights. A clear plastic baggie which contained 6 ounces of a green leafy substance field tested to be marijuana was found in Arnold’s pocket. A passenger in the vehicle, Alex Lee Bain, 24, 213 Pelzer Ave., Williamston was arrested for open container. E. T. Hutchins, K. D. Lollis investigated.

Nov. 23 – Steven Edward Jennings, 40, 825 Joe Black Rd., Lot 21, Williamston was arrested for driving under suspension, expired tag and operating an uninsured vehicle after a gold color Toyota Four Runner was observed behind a house at the corner of Mauldin and Rogers St. E. T. Hutchins, K. D. Lollis investigated.

Nov. 18 – Troy Dean Serna, Jr., 22, 146 Turning Leaf Ln. Easley was arrested for possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute after a vehicle was observed turning right on a red light at Hamilton St. and Greenville Dr. E. T. Hutchins, K. D. Lollis inve

tigated.

Nov. 11 – Johnathan Nicholas Zoch, 22, 6 Blake St,. Pelzer was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia and open container after a Toyota Scion was observed on Main St, with no working tag lights. A passenger in the vehicle, Nikki Lee Crook, 24, 111 Arden Rd., Pelzer was also arrested for open container. T. J. Richardson investigated.

Nov. 12 – Tori Luann Wood, 22, 249 McAdams Rd., Iva was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia and defective headlight after a vehicle was observed on Main St. with a headlight burned out. A passenger in the vehicle, Steven Tyler Raines, 19, 199 Mill St., West Pelzer was charged with minor in possession of beer and possession of drug paraphernalia. Both subjects were charged with posssession of drug paraphernalia when neither one would claim a glass pipe found in the vehicle. E. T. Hutchins, K. D. Lollis investigated.

Nov. 11 – Shane Todd Jackson, 40, 208 Briar Ridge #E, Williamston was arrested for petit larceny.

Nov. 6 – Joshua B. Hunsinger, 25, 105 S. Piedmont Hwy., Piedmont was arrested for public disorderly conduct after officers were dispatched to a vehicle in Mineral Spring Park. The driver of the vehicle, Jessica Marie Hawkins, 27, 104 Brook Allen Dr., Anderson, and another passenger, Hannah Danielle Frost, 20, 1167 Old Pelzer Rd., Piedmont were arrested for simple possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and public disorderly conduct. L. E. Mulz, T. A. Striss investigated.

Nov. 5 – Dalton Allen Collen, 18, 1014 Brick Mill Rd., Honea Path and James Gerard Day, 18, 112 G St., Williamston were arrested for minor in possession of beer after a green truck was observed turning from Greenville Dr. onto North Hamilton St. without using a turn signal. The driver, Collen, was also charged with no turn signal and seatbelt violation. L. E. Mulz, T. A. Striss investigated.

Nov. 4 – Daniel Wayne Fox, 20, 107 Pinewood Dr., Williamston was arrested for simple possession of marijuana and minor in possession of beer after a Jeep Wrangler was observed traveling at a high rate of speed at Gray Drive and Academy. 1.1 grams of marijuana was found in Fox’s wallet. A passenger in the vehicle, Benjamin Elliot Leflore, 19, 1101 S. Academy St, Ext., Williamson was also charged with minor in possession of beer.

Nov. 1 – Terry Lane Moon, 61, 11 Woodward St., Belton and Robert Earl Brown, 49, 11 Geer St., Belton were arrested for open container after Moon, who was a passenger in the vehicle, was observed not wearing a seat belt. Moon was also charged with seatbelt violation. L. E. Mulz investigated.

Oct. 21 – Michael Anthony Hicks, Jr., 17, 1016 Shady Grove Rd., Belton and Michael David Boggs, 19, 324 Campbell Rd, Belton were arrested for public disorderly conduct after officers were dispatched to Hardy St. Boggs was also charged with possession of a controlled substance after a green pill in a plastic baggie was found in his pocket. Reports state while being arrested he became very irate and began using profane language and later attempted to break out a window in the holding cell. T. A. Striss, L. E. Mulz investigated.

Sept. 12 – Johnathan David Chapman, 23, 2 E 3rd St., Williamston and Jessica Lynn Richter, 23 of the same address were arrested and charged with criminal domestic violence after officers responded to the location in reference to a domestic dispute. Sgt. B. C. Kelley investigated.

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