Williamston Police Report


Week of Sept. 23, 2015

Williamston Police Officers investigated the following:

Sept. 15 – Devonte Demar Pickens, 34, 35 Plainfield Circle, Greenville was arrested for two outstanding warrants with Anderson County and one with Anderson City after being observed on Roberts Blvd. According to reports Pickens attempted to run from officers but was caught in the parking lot of Burger King. He was transported to Anderson City jail. R. Drennon investigated.

Sept. 15 – Hollie Harrell reported vandalism at the Anderson Districts One and Two Career and Technology Center, 702 Belton Hwy. in which the chain link fence at the rear of the school was cut. The incident remains under investigation. R. Drennon investigated.

Sept. 16 – Greenville Street Car Wash, 12 East Main St., Williamston reported a larceny in which $300 in coins was removed from the coin operated carwashes. Forced entry into the coin boxes was made by cutting the lock bar and prying the lock off. Sgt. K. J. Winn investigated.

Sept. 16 – Sav-Way, 309 East Main St., Williamston reported a gas drive off in which a white male in his 40s pumped $38.04 of gas into a blue and black 1990s model Suburban and drove off without paying. Sgt. K. J. Winn investigated.

Sept. 16 – Sharon Danielle Miller, 31, 10 E 4th St., Williamston was arrested for trespass after being observed coming from inside a residence at 114 West 3rd St. which was condemned and posted no trespassing. Miller was issued a UTT and transported to ACDC without incident. J. T. Hunt investigated.

Sept. 18 – Barry Wayne Alexander, 52, 428 Old River Road, Pelzer was issued a UTT for driving under suspension and operating an uninsured vehicle after a blue Lincoln Town Car was observed sitting at a stop sign on Edgewood Drive. J. T. Hunt, T. L. Eichelberger investigated.

Sept. 18 – Cameron Joseph Hutto, 20, 331 Overlook Dr., Anderson was arrested for outstanding warrant with Ware Shoals PD for simple possession of marijuana after being warned to stay on one side of the Palmetto football stadium. He was taken into custody and transported to BHP High School and transferred to Ware Shoals PD. He was also placed on trespass notice for Anderson School District One. K. S. Looney, M. Crowe investigated.

Sept. 20 – Williamston Police officers assisted Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies with an investigation of a possible stolen vehicle in which two people were arrested for outstanding warrants.

According to reports, Williamston Police were dispatched to 706 Dean Springs Rd. to check for a possible stolen vehicle. During the investigation a white male identified as Jeremy Tripp was found at the residence and arrested for several active warrants with Greenville County. A person identified at Patty Saxon was also found to have an outstanding warrant with Anderson County. Tripp was transported and turned over to Greenville County. S. N. Robison investigated.

Sept. 20 – Clint William Watson, 23, 213 Woodtrail Dr,. Williamston was arrested for simple possession of marijuana and open container following a traffic accident on Greenville Dr. at Roberts Blvd. Reports state 3 grams of marijuana, 2 packs of cigarette papers and an open bottle of Moscato wine was found in the 1998 Dodge. Watson was issued a UTT for both offenses. Cpl. L. E. Mulz investigated.

Sept. 18 – Jason Brent Keeler, 40, 105 Loveland Dr. Williamston was placed on trespass notice for 803 N. Hamilton St., Palmetto football stadium after an incident at the Palmetto-BHP football game. According to reports he became defiant and disorderly after being told he could not use an electronic cigarette on school grounds. J. Sargent investigated.