Williamston Police Officers investigated the following incidents:
Dec. 3 – Anthony Todd Black, 46, 306 Easley Hwy., Pelzer was arrested for public disorderly conduct after officers responded to Greenville Drive and Moorings Drive inreference to an intoxicated male walking in and out of traffic. Sgt. K. J. Winn investigated.
Dec. 4 – Charles Alexander Williams, 19, 106 McAlister Rd., Williamston was arrested for possession of stolen property after officers were notified to be on the lookout for a green Lincoln after a report by someone of hearing gun shots on Big Creek Rd.
Anderson School District One Bus Superintendent Benny Bridges reported an assault and imtimidation incident in which a 62 year old man approached and threatened a bus driver using vulgar language and repeatedly threatening him. The incident remains under investigation. Sgt./SRO L. D. Ritter investigated.
Williamston Police Officers investigated several incidents in which there were domestic disputes. No arrests were made but several of the incidents remain under investigation.
Dec. 10 – Dajquan Arnolde Pruitt, 19, 45 Market St., Williamston was arrested for outstanding warrant with Anderson County Sheriff’s Office The warrants were for seven counts of burglary and three for Grand larceny. Sgt. C. Whitfield, J. B. Sanders investigated.
Dec. 11 – Arthur Limus Acker III, 59, 145 Cherokee Rd., Williamston was arrested for outstanding bench warrant after he was observed walking along W. Carolina St. T. L. Eichelberger investigated.
Dec. 12 – Glennis Evon Burnett, 46, 4 Daytona Ln., Piedmont was arrested for outstanding bench warrant after the Greenvile County Detention Center notified WPD that they had Burnett in custody. Sgt. K. J. Winn investigated.
Dec. 13 – Ace Hardware, 29 Pelzer Ave., Williamston reported a shoplifting incident in which a white female and a black female attempted to take drill bits valued at $75. The shoplifters were confronted by store employees before they could take the items. Cpl. L. E. Mulz investigated.
Dec. 13 – Officers recovered a vehicle from a residence in Williamston which had been reported in Greenville County as a breach of trust by the owner. According to reports, officers observed a white 2004 Ford Explorer Sport Trac at a residence at 8 E First St. According to reports, the residence has been the location of numerous drug complaints and several stolen vehicles and stolen items have been recovered from the residence. The vehicle was valued at $5000. Sgt. C. Whitfield investigated.
Dec. 13 – Officers investigated an incident at Palmetto High School in which a 14 year old male was elbowed in the mouth by another juvenile student causing two front teeth to be knocked out. Dental costs amounted to $1677. J. B. Sanders investigated.