Williamston Police Officers investigated the following incidents:
Sept. 21 – Steven Louis Broom, 38, 9415 Caney Fork Rd., Cullowee, NC reported a white male driving a dark color Dodge SUV hit his 2000 Chevrolet work truck and sped away. Damage was estimated at $2000. E. Bonnett, Sgt. L. E. Mulz investigated.
Sept. 2 – Wendy Michele Rogers, 52, 1 Pinecrest Dr., Williamston reported her German Shepherd dog being poisoned. According to reports the dog was taken to a vet after acting in an unusual manner and showing other symptoms. It was valued at $1000. E. Bonnett investigated.
Sept. 21 – A fourteen year old female juvenile offender was placed on trespass notice for McDonalds, 4 West Main St. Williamston after officers were dispatched in reference to several juveniles causing a disturbance. Sgt. L. E. Mulz investigated.
Sept. 22 – Hennesey Kryston, 29, 505 Tripp St., Williamston reported a Collie & Labrador Retriever mixed dog missing. The dog is black and white and weighs approximately 50 to 60 pounds. E. Bonnett investigated.
Sept. 23 – Michael Lee Sammons, 25, of Williamston was placed on trespass notice for 110 Davis St. after Michael Wayne Sammons, 43, 110 Davis St., Williamston reported his son Michael had assaulted him. According to reports, the victim did not want to press charges and just wanted his son and his girlfriend gone. K. Anthony investigated.
Sept. 24 – Sandra A Brown Cheek, 53, 25 Piedmont Ave., Piedmont was arrested for reckless driving after her vehicle was observed stuck on the cement that enclosed a plant/flower bed located in front of the Municipal Center. Cheek was issued a warning for an expired insurance card. M. Roberts, Z. T. Parks investigated.
Sept. 25 – Dustin Lynil Brown, 29, 208 Pelzer Ave., Williamston was issued a summons for open container in a vehicle after officers observed a vehicle on Greenville Drive without a tag light. According to reports an open bottle of Miller Light was observed in the vehicle. Z. T. Parks investigated.
Sept. 26 – Andy Lee Cross, 42, 130 Circle Dr., Simpsonville was arrested for three outstanding warrants with Anderson County after a vehicle was observed on Greenville Drive with an improperly dated paper tag. Cross was issued warnings for vehicle license violation and no proof of insurance. Kimberly Cross, a passenger in the vehicle was also arrested for two outstanding warrants with Anderson County. Both subjects were transported to ACDC. SC Const. C. Trotter investigated.
Sept. 26 – Officers investigated an incident in which a 29 year old Pelzer man was observed walking down Tripp Street wearing only underwear. After speaking with the man and his mother it was determined he had been threatening to kill himself. EMS was called and the subject was transported to the hospital. M. Crowe investigated.