Williamston Police Report

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Williamston Police Officers investigated the following incidents:

July 16 – Dorothy Hickman, 83, 238 Belton Dr. reported receiving several harassing phone calls which officers determined are from Michael with GE home security. C. Samuel investigated.

July 15 – David Rogers, Maintenance Supervisor for the Town of Williamston reported a water cut off valve at 416 Belton Hwy. was broken causing $500 in damage. Jackie R. Black, the maintenance supervisor for the property, admitted he had attempted to cut off the water in order to make repairs to a water problem on the property not knowing it was a violation of town ordinance. Black was ticketed for the offense and issued a court date. R. Drenon investigated.

July 15 – Martinez Almenez Sullivan, 39, 44 Market St., Williamston was arrested for criminal domestic violence after officers were dispatched to the residence in reference to a domestic situation. Harvey Roundtree, 44, of 107 Williamston Court reported he was in a verbal altercation with Sullivan and was scratched by her. The two have an 18 month old child in common. S. T. Parks investigated.

July 16 – Anthony Juqwan Long, 21, 8592 Greenware Rd., Charlotte, NC was arrested for no SC drivers license, defective equipment and unlawful display of license plate after a white van was observed on S. Hamilton St., with one functioning headlight and a tag displayed in the back glass of the vehicle. Long was issued a citation for no drivers license and a warning ticket for defective equipment and improper display of license plate. M. E. Simmons investigated.

July 16 – Adam Granville Koontz, 32, 55 Crawford Rd., Belton reported a forged check in the amount of $250 on a check that he signed and left under a mat at 208 East Main Street. The amount and pay to order were left blank on the check, which was for lawn maintenance. Cpl. L. E. Mulz investigated.

July 16 – Tonya Mikayla Haynes, 38, 26 Pine Valley Rd., Piedmont, was arrested for shoplifting after officers were disspatched to Dollar General, 526 West Main St. According to reports she had concealed several items including an umbrella, batteries, air freshner in her bra and hand sanitizer and sunglasses in a pocket book, with the intent to deprive the merchant of their value. The items were valued at $27. Z. T. Parks investigated.

July 17 – Billy Michael Singleton, 62, 810 Tripp St., Williamston reported suspicious person in his back yard and the window an d screen on a building damaged. M. E. Simmons, Z. T. Parks investigated.

July 17 – Sgt. K. J. Winn reported a glass door on the backside of a residence at 301A Williams St. broken out causing $250 in damage. Sgt. K. J. Winn investigated.

July 19 – James W Bowman, Sr., 72, 17 Woodmere Ct., Williamston reported a 2014 Honda dirt bike valued at $2500 taken from a fenced back yard. Sgt. K. J. Winn investigated.

July 19 – Kevin Maurice Mattison, 47, 3 Attaway St., Williamston reported items valued at $80 taken from the residence. Sgt. K. J. Winn investigated.