Williamston Police Report

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Williamston Police Officers investigated the following incidents over the previous two week period:

Nov. 16 – Tonya Mikala Haynes, 38, 26 Pine Valley Rd., Piedmont was arrested for outstanding bench warrant after coming to the lobby in Town Hall to pay fines. Haynes was served with the warrant and transported to ACDC. Cpl. L. E. Mulz investigated.

Nov. 15 – Tearlyn Denise Stocker, 33, 309 Huntington Rd., Easley was arrested for simple possession of marijuana after officers observed a black female crouched behind All About Fabrics, 15 Broad St., Williamston. A rolled marijuana blount was found in her jacket along with some loose marijuana in a blue Pow Pow cigarillo pouch. She was issued a UTT for simple possession of marijuana and transported to Anderson County Detention Center (ACDC). S. N. Robison investigated.

Nov. 14 – William Edward Buell IV, 49, 110 N. Main St., Donalds was issued a summons for operating an uninsured vehicle and for an expired tag after a green truck was observed stopped in the middle of Anderson Drive impeding traffic. He was issued the two UTT citations but was not transported to ACDC, but was allowed to have a licensed driver pick him up. Z. T. Parks investigated.

Nov. 14 – Donald Rayford Brady, Jr., 53, 103 Belton Dr., Williamston was arrested for outstanding bench warrant after being observed at a business on East Main Street. He was transported to ACDC without incident. S. N. Robison, M. E. Simmons investigated.

Nov. 14 – Sherree Lanette Byrd, 26, 601 E. Mauldin St., Anderson was arrested for driving under the influence after officers observed a gold Hyundai swerve over the white line and into the grass on Greenville Drive and then cross over the center lines on East Main Street where the vehicle was stopped. Byrd was arrested and transported to ACDC after field sobriety tests. She was also issued a citation for an expired decal. M. Beeman investigated.

Nov. 13 – Tony Randall Young, 45, 412 Saluda Rd., Williamston reported items valued at $2920 taken from his vehicle while he was in ACE hardware store.

According to reports, officers were dispatched to 29 Pelzer Ave. in reference to an auto break-in. An employee of the store stated he saw a black male driving a gray Ford F150 truck took the items from a side compartment of the work truck. Items included a Dewalt nail gun, $400; Dewalt hammer drill, $300; Dewalt drill $200; Dewalt cordless sawzall $200; Dewalt impact gun $200; Electric Multimeter $300, miscellaneous tools in a tool bag $300; 8 Dewalt extra batteries valued at $90 each, total $720. Cpl. L. E. Mulz investigated.

Nov. 12 – Shannon Lee Nickles, 23, 514 Parker St., Williamston was arrested for simple possession of marijuana and drug equipment violations after officers observed a pickup truck on E. Greenville Dr. with no tag light. Nickles had in the vehicle a four inch glass pipe with burnt residue on the bottom and green leafy plant material on top. T. L. Eichelberger investigated.

Nov. 12 – Tim Gentry with the Town of Williamston reported vandalism at Brookdale Park in which the outside of the bathroom building was spray painted with profanity and gang affiliated languages in black paint. J. T. Hunt investigated.

Nov. 11 – Tiffany Marie Thomas, 27, 219 Looper St,. Pelzer reported a license plate taken from a vehicle while at McDonalds, 4 W. Main St. T. L. Eichelberger investigated.

Nov. 9 – Winston Frank Woodward, Jr., 41, 13 Sunset Ct,. Williamston was arrested for operating an uninsured vehicle after a gold Mazda B4000 was observed crossing the double yellow line on Greenville Drive at Hamilton St. The vehicle was towed. Woodward was issued a UTT and given an escort to his residence at 13 Sunset Ct., S. N. Robison investigated.

Nov. 7 – Denardis Jamont Kilgo, 35, 87 Old Grove Rd., Greenville was arrested for criminal domestic violence after officers were dispatched to 108 L St. around 2 am in reference to a female possibly being held against her will. According to reports and due to inconsistencies in the initial complaint no arrest was made. About an hour later officers were dispatched to the residence after a 911 call in which a female stated her boyfriend had stuck a needle in her neck. Upon investigation it was determined there was a threat made to stick the female with a needle. After further investigation an arrest CDV was made. T. L. Eichelberger investigated.

Nov. 7 – Alexia Briana Still, 21, 201 West Ln Apt. 1101, Clemson was arrested for driving under suspension and simple possession of marijuana after officers observed a blue Volkswagen at Tripp St. and Greenville Drive and then on Greenville Drive with a right turn signal, but turning left. A brown tobacco wrapper with green leafy substance believed to be marijuana was found in the vehicle. It was also found that her license was suspended due to no insurance. Still was arrested and transported to ACDC without further incident. J. T. Hunt investigated.

Nov. 6 – Patricia Ann Barger, 53, 712 Bank Ct,. Travelers Rest was arrested for posssession of drug paraphernalia and public disorderly conduct after officers responded to 104 Tripp St., Williamston in reference to a domestic dispute. Sgt. K. J. Winn investigated.

Nov. 5 – Ronald Thomas Cape, 29, 334 Horton Grove Rd., Fort Mill SC was arrested for controlled substance violation after a plastic baggy with 16 white pills identified as Oxymorphone were found. Cape, who reports state was known to be a convicted felon, was also in possession of a HiPoint C9 9mm firearm, resulting in a weapons violation charge. R. Drennon, S. N. Robison investigated.

Nov. 4 – An employee at Haven of Rest, 559 W. Main St,. Williamston reported a small camo colored truck pulled up to the rear of the store and dumped trash, several mattresses and a box spring. R. Drennon investigated.

Nov. 3 – John Welborn, 43, 109 Williams St,. Ext,. Williamston was arrested. for domestic violence after officers were dispatched to 109 Williams St. in reference to a fight. After investigating the incident, Welborn was issued a citation and transported to ACDC. M. Beeman investigated.