Williamston Police Report


Williamston Police Officers investigated the following:

Nov. 19 – Jason Brent Keeler, 39, 15 Railroad Blvd., Pelzer was arrested for outstanding warrant with Greenville County after being observed on Anderson Drive in a 1989 Ford truck with a tall trailer. According to reports, Keeler was swerving and mimicking an officer as he was conducting traffic control. Officers were unable to get a tag number due to it being obscured by a license plate frame. The same vehicle was later observed on Anderson Drive and was stopped due to the earlier behavior. Keeler was arrested for the outstanding warrant and was transported to the county line where a GCSO deputy took custody. He was also issued a warning for tag display violation. C. Samuel investigated.

Nov. 20 – Mirisha Tytianna Hill, 19, 11 Langston St., Piedmont reported $300 in damage done to her vehicle while driving between Bigby St., and Brown St. T. L. Eichelberger investigated.

Nov. 22 – Lee Wayne Arrington, 49, 431 Tripp St., Williamston reported an incident in which a white Nissan Frontier pickup with stuff/junk in the bed backed into the front of his car causing approximately $1000 in damage. The truck left the scene of the accident. The incident remains under investigation. G. Cremer investigatigated.

Nov. 23 – Dollar General, 526 West Main St., Williamston reported a shoplifting incident in which the store manager Allen Cagle reported a black male and white female came into the store and took several items including eight Gain laundry pads valued at $144, seven Tide laundry pads valued at $126 and two laundry baskets totaling $18. The shoplifters left in a red four door small car with a paper tag. J. T. Hunt investigated.

Oct. 27 – Mildred Aretta Allen, 17 Knight St., Williamston reported unknown subject(s) entered her son’s 2004 Mitsubishi Diamante and removed items including: Gray Under Armour jacket, Tweetsie Railroad jacket, backpack, protein powders, Vapor E-cig and Verizon phone charge. The items were valued at $110. C. Samuel investigated.

Oct. 28 – Michael Trey Williams, 18, 106 Tall Pine Dr., Easley was arrested for simple possession of marijuana after officers were dispatched to Bigby St., in reference to a suspicious vehicle. Upon investigation officers found a silver Chevrolet Impala backed down a dirt pathway with five white males inside and at the vehicle. A small baggie containing a quantity of green leafy substance believed to be marijuana was found in the drivers side door.A quantity of green leafy substance believed to be marijuana was also found in the passenger side floorboard. A cigar pack was found with an individual hand rolled cigar with green leafy substance in it. According to reports, the green leafy substance weighted approximately 2.3 grams. Williams was the driver of the vehicle and state the vehicle was his. He was arrested for simple possession. C. Bragg investigated.

Oct. 29 – Martavius Chavez Smith, 20, 13 Pine Valley Rd., Piedmont was placed on trespass notice for 100 Gossett Dr., after demanding to see his daughter. G. Cremer investigated.

Oct. 28 – Christopher Michael Sheriff, 38, 27 Traxler Ave., Williamston reported someone entered his Mercury Montego and removed a Hi-Point handgun and two clips from the center console. The items were valued at $160. J. B. Sanders investigated.

Nov. 4 – First Citizens Bank, 113 E. Main St,. Williamston reported a white female presented SC ID belonging to Crystal Leigh Stine and a check drawn on First Citizens Bank account of JT Logistics GSP, Inc. in the amount of $1387.10. According to reports, the teller identified some irregularites in the check and called the account holder, who confirmed the check had been stolen. The check was not cashed and the suspect left the premises and walked toward McDonalds. S. R. Graham investigated.

Nov. 4 – Officers investigated an incident in which a 17-year-old male reported harassing phone calls and Facebook messages from a secret admirer, who was also male. After being told the incident had been reported to police and there would be an investigation, the texts stopped and the Facebook account was closed. The incident remains under investigation. G. Cremer investigated.