Williamston Police Report

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Williamston Police Officers investigated the following incidents:

Dec. 16 – Cameron Drake Clark, 18, 615 HI Taylor Rd., Williamston was arrested for outstanding bench warrant for possession of drug paraphernalia. M. E. Simmons investigated.

Dec. 15 – Summer Nichole Welzbacher, 24, 11 Calhoun St,. Williamston was arrested for outstanding bench warrant for possession of drug paraphernalia after officers reponded to the address. D. M. Stipe investigated.

Dec. 15 – Michael A Stelzer, 56, 10 Glendale Ave., Williamston was arrested for assault and battery 3rd, after officers responded to the location. According to reports, Sheila Whitman Deangelis went to 10 Glendale Ave. to retrieve a package which was delivered to the wrong address and was pushed backwards by Stelzer causing her to trip and fall. D. M. Stipe investigated.

Dec. 17 – Gene Edward Lindsey, 44, 611 W Old Limestone Rd,. York was arrested for simple possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and public disorderly conduct after a red moped was observed on Main St. L. E. Mulz, T. A. Striss investigated.

Dec. 15 – Tony Uribe Becerra, 19, 1211 Clay Road, SW Mableton, GA was issued a summons for no business license after officers were dispatched to Belton Drive in reference to a suspicious male going door to door selling home alarm systems. Another employee of the business had been issued a warning on Dec. 3. Capt. E. S. Russell investigated.

Dec. 15 – Alfie Jamel Hill, 37, 600 Tripp St. Apt. B, Williamston was aarrested for outstanding bench warrant for simple possession of marijuana. E. T. Hutchins, K. D. Lilis invetigted.

Dec. 14 – Jackey Lee Chapman, 54, 123 Layton Rd., Greenville, was arrested for outstanding bench warrant for driving under the influence and open container and speeding after the Abbeville County Detention Center notified WPD that he was in custody. K. D. Lollis, E. T. Hutchins investigated.

Dec. 13 – Jeanne S Bowen, 31, 120 Lakeview Dr., Williamston reported that while traveling on Academy Drive somone threw a can of hot pink spray paint out of a red vehicle causing $250 in damage to her 2001 Chevrolet Tahoe. Capt. E. S. Russell invetigated.

A number of town residents were notified that they had unlawful accumulation of debris where unbagged leaves were accumulated next to the road.

Nov. 25 – David Meade, The Journal, 106 West Main St, Williamston reported a red newspaper box valued at $300 stolen from the Williamston Post Office, 100 Mill St. M. E. Simmons investigated.Williamston Police Report

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