Williamston Police Officers investigated a business break-in in which miscellaneous items valued at $2000 were taken and a prescription fraud incident in which two Greenville men were arrested. Among incidents investigated were:
Nov. 11 – SavWay, 309 E. Main St., Williamston reported a gas drive off in which two black males in a black Ford Explorer pumped $30 in gas and left without paying. J. Rogers investigated.
Nov. 9 – William Christopher Guthre, 24, 402 E 1st St., Ext., Williamston, reported a deer stand valued at $250 missing form the property. Cpl. L. E. Mulz, M. E. Simmons investigated.
Nov. 15 – Waymon Sims, 70, 602 Moorings St,. Williamston reported items taken fron his business at 602 Greenville Dr. Missing items included cleaning materials, battery charger, toolbox and tools, FM radio, buffer, side grinder, primer paint, paint thinner. The items were valued at approximately $2000. M. E. Simmons investigated.
Nov. 17 – Kathryn Grayson Hardy, 19, 1416 Keone Cr., Williamston was arrested for simple possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and open container in a vehicle after a white sedan was observed on Academy St. Reports state 5.2 grams of marijuana, a grinder and rolling papers were found in the vehicle. There was also an open container of beer in the console. Two passengers in the vehicle were issued warning tickets (no description given). Cpl. L. E. Mulz, J. Rogers investigated.
Nov. 17 – Boyce Lee Gambrell, 55, 11 Tuskegee Ave., Greenville was arrested for possession with intent to distribute schedule III controlled substance after officers responded to 201 E. Main St., in reference to a prescription fraud. Gambrell was driving a vehicle which left the incident location and turned into Community First Parking lot where it was stopped. The person attempting to have a forged prescription filled, Rashun Barnard Hall, 28, 19 ZET Ct. #Apt E Greenville was also arrested. M. E. Simmons, J. B. Sanders investigated.
Nov. 17 – Joseph Parker Price, 21, 154 Howell Mill Dr. Saute Nacoche Ga and Kady Ann Price, 19, 3 W 5th St,. Williamston were both arrested and charged with crimnal domestic violence after officers were dispatched to the address in reference to a domestic incident. According to reports, both subject punched each other and there was no primary aggressor. Cpl. L. E. Mulz, J. Rogers investigated.