Williamston Police Report

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Williamston Police Officers investigated the following incidents:

July 7 – James G Kay, Jr. 20, 112 G St., Williamston was issued a summons for driving under suspension. No additional information reported. Sgt. T. D. Hoover investigated.

July 7 – Officers investigated a property at 100 Harper Street which appeared to have been vandalized. Entry was gained by cutting a fence causing $200 in damage. Officers attempted to contact a property owner but were unable. M. E. Simmons investigated.

July 1 – Joane Todd, 5 Sunset Ct., Williamston reported incidents of intimidation by phone calls and text. Lt. K. Ebernickle investigated.

July 12 – Roger Alton Garren, 41, Belton, SC was arrested for outstanding warrant with Anderson County after a blue color Jeep pickup truck was observed on Dacus Street with an expired temporary license plate. SC Constable C. Trotter, M. E. Simmons investigated.

July 13, Jason Webb Junior, 35, 124 Harper St., #B, Williamston was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia after a silver and blue Chevrolet was observed on S. Academy St. with a broken tail lamp. A clear glass pipe was found in the vehicle. The driver of the vehicle was issued a warning ticket for the tail lapmp. M. E. Simmons investigated.

July 13 – Jonathan Kendell Anderson, 28, 2207 Wade Hampton Blvd. #B203, Greenville was arrested for possession with intent to distribute, driving under suspension (2nd) and defective equipment after a blue vehicle was observed on Greenville Drive with ony one functioning headlight.

July 14 – Officers investigated an incident of possible theft of water from the Town of Williamston at 10 B Church St. According to town employees 900 gallons of water have been used since the town cut off the water on June 28, 2013 for non payment. A new renter at the location stated the water was already on when she moved in July 1, 2014. T. L. Eichelberger investigated.

July 14 – Nathan Wayne Johnson, 21, 126 W. 1st St. Williamston, Nathan Douglas Loveland and Justin Thomas Loveland were placed on trespass notice for Mineral Spring Park after after an incident involving a juvenile. The three stated the juvenile was harassing their sister and they would not put up with it. J. Sargent investigated.