WPD issues advisories


The Williamston Police Department has issued two advisories concerning incidents in Williamston recently.

According to Captain Marsee of the Williamston Police Dept., there have been two incidents of persons passing counterfeit $20 bills at local restaurants and a man is attempting to sell power equipment likely stolen.

The suspect is a white female, slim build, brown wavy hair, driving an older model white in color Honda Civic 4 door, with a white male in the passenger seat. Marsee is advising area businesses to be on the lookout for the vehicle and suspects. If encountered please call 911. Also any information can be given to Detective George Cremer at 864-847-4012 or call or text Captain Marsee at 305-707-4430.

The Williamston Police Department is also advising the community to be on the lookout for Eugene Jackson King Jr. who is a person of interest in the theft of a generator and also has been attempting to sell weed eaters and a generator in the Town limits of Williamston. He is often on a blue in color bicycle.

“Our officers are interested in talking with him and are attempting to locate him,” Captain Marsee said. “Please do not buy any items from him prior to talking with law enforcement.”

Marsee said there are no warrants for King at this time and he is a person of interest only. If encountered please call 911.