Williamston Police Officers investigated the following incidents:
Oct. 18 – Joel Alan Ellison, 52, reported a break-in at 406 Gossett Dr. in which eight windows were broken out of the old Gossett School Building. Also wires were pulled from under a crawlspace and several unknown items were missing. Damage to the windows was estimated at $8,000. Z. T. Parks investigated.
Oct. 19 – James Alan Darby, Jr., 41, Pelzer reported a forged check made out to Jessica Dawson in the amount of $300. The check was cashed at Upstate Credit Union on Feb. 16, 2016. According to reports, a warrant was obtained for Jessica Dawn Dawson, 33, 1611 Cannon Bottom Rd., Belton after she was contacted and confessed to forging Darby’s signature. J. Sargent investigated.
A second check in the amount of $400 was also forged and cashed on Aug. 17.
Oct. 19 – Three people were arrested for public disorderly conduct after officers were dispatched to the address in reference to a fight in progress. According to reports, witnesses stated Mark Work and Christopher Yamauchi were fighting in the roadway. Work stated Thomas Ambrose had aimed a bow and arrow at him. While talking with officers all three continued to cuss, yell and disobey police commands. Work, Yamauchi and Ambrose were arrested and transported to ACDC. E. Bonnett, M. Roberts investigated.
Oct. 19 – Family Dollar, 1505 Anderson Dr., Williamston reported a shoplifting incident in which an unknown white male wearing a baseball cap took six bottles of Gain laundry detergent valued at $6 bottle, 24 bottles of Gain wash booster valued at $5.25, 1 Gain fabric softner valued at $5 and 2 blue bella totes valued at $12 each. According to reports the shoplifter went out the back door of the business and left in a newer model silver Toyota. Total value of the items was $235. Sgt. Maxwell of the West Pelzer police department responded due to all Williamston officers being on other calls. E. Bonnett, M. Roberts of Williamston Police Dept. followed up.
Oct. 20 – Officers investigated two separate domestic incidents in which no arrests were made.
Oct. 20 – Sharon Diane Ross Davis, 56, 120 Sterling Bridge Rd., Greenville reported medication stolen from her vehicle. Sgt. L. E. Mulz investigated.
Oct. 20 – Leslie Shea Rogers, 25, 7 Ellison St., Williamston was arrested for public disorderly conduct after officers were dispatched to the residence in reference to a domestic incident. According to reports Rogers opened the door and immediately began yelling at her mother. After being advised several times by officers to stop yelling and cussing she was placed under arrest. Sgt. L. E. Mulz investigated.
Oct. 21 – Danny Lee Conrad, 74, 29 Ridge Ct., Williamston reported someone had stolen his identity and made multiple transactions unsing his bank account number. No transactions were made in the boundaries of the Williamston Police Dept. Z. T. Parks investigated.
Oct. 22 – Andre Corell Devoe, 23, 138 Strawberry Place, Anderson reported a hit and run incident in which an older model Ford truck passed him from behind and struck his vehicle on the front drivers side with the rear passenter side bumper. The collision made him lose control and caused the complainant to strike the curb on the right side of the road damaged wheels and tires, along with a flower bed and curb. Total damage was estimated at $2500. B. K. Creel, Z. T. Parks investigated.
Oct. 22 – Jason Scott Padgett, 36, 1506 Old Trail Dr., Anderson was arrested for outstanding bench warrant with Anderson city after a white Chevrolet was stopped in Williamston for a missing headlight. He was arrested for the warrant which was a noise violation, and transported to Anderson City Police Department. T. L. Eichelberger investigated.
Oct. 23 – Officers were dispatched to West Pelzer to assist with a possible break-in at 65 Main St. According to reports during the investigation a small amont of a green substance believed to marijuana was found on a female at the residence. The female, identified as Heather Michele Gaddy, 32, 299 Nieghborhood Rd., Wellford was restrained and read her miranda rights by the West Pelzer officer. B. K. Creel, Z. T. Parks investigated.
Oct. 24 – Jessica Dawn Dawson, 33, 1611 Cannon Bottom Rd., Belton was arrested for two outstanding warrants for forgery with Williamston Police Dept. after she came to the WPD and surrendered herself. M. Roberts investigated.
Oct. 24 – Officers investigated an incident in which a school bus traveling west struck a cross walk sign on East Main Street causing $275 in damage. According to reports there appeared to be no damage to the school bus and no injuries were reported. M. Roberts investigated.
Oct. 24 – Talmage Earl Branham, 58, 112 Williamston Ct. was arrested for presenting a firearm and public disorderly conduct after officers were dispatched in reference to a man with a gun at Williamston Court. Sgt. L. E. Mulz., R. Drennon investigated.
Oct. 25 – Talmage Earl Branham was served an arrest warrant at the Anderson County Detention Center for presenting a firearm during an incident in Williamston the previous day. M. Roberts investigated.
Williamston Police Report