Williamston Police Report


Williamston Police Officers investigated the following incidents:

June 7 – Cindy Marie Beam, 54, 510 Woodcock Rd., Pelzer was arrested for outstanding warrants and was transported to ACDC without incident. R. Drennon investigated.

June 8 – Austin Leneer Mosley, 23, 310 E. Carolina St., Williamston was arrested for simple possession of marijuana and outstanding warrants for failure to appear after an officer observed him sitting outside the residence. When approoached officers observed a green leafy substance consistent with marijuana on his pants. A search yielded 6 grams of a green leafy substance which field tested postivive for marijuana. Mosley was transported to ACDC without incident. K. Anthony investigated.

June 9 – Heather Renee Whitmore, 25, 17 Virginia Dr., Williamston was arrested for outstanding warrant in Greenville County. Whitmore was transported to the county line and turned over to a GCSO deputy. L. E. Mulz investigated.

June 10 – Patrick Kelly Wood, 44, 117 Wellington St., Anderson was arrested for outstanding warrant for failure to appear. He was transported to ACDC without incident. K. Anthony investigated.

June 10 – Reginald Lee Holloway, 57, 30 Market St., Williamson reported being struck in the face by a named suspect. M. Crowe investigated.

June 11 – Helen Michelle Price, 39, 26 Goodrich St., Pelzer was arrested for driving under suspension, no tag and no proof of insurance after a 2000 Nissan Quest Minivan was observed with an improper tag. She was issued UTT and summons for no proof of insurance and no tag. Price’s vehicle was towed and she called for a ride to pick her up from the scene. SC 306 investigated.

June 11 – Autry Dean Walter III, 18, 20 Third St,. La France was issued a summons for possession of drug paraphernalia after a vehicle was observed on Greenville Drive with an extremely loud stereo system. During a search of the vehicle officers located cellophane with pieces of marijuana inside and a green glass container with a remnant of marijuana inside. He was issued a warning for noice ordinance violation. Cpl. L. E. Mulz investigated.

June 12 – Matthew Brennen Davis, 26, 305 Mauldin St,. Williamston reported vandalism to a 1995 Ford Explorer in which both tail lights were broken, two windows were broken and two side doors damaged. Damage was estimated at $1500. R. Drennon investigated.