Williamston Police Report


Williamston Police Officers investigated the following incidents during the last week of June:
June 20 – Lynn Shaw, 61, 6E 4th St., Williamston reported damage to a rental house in which several concrete blocks were broken from the rear of the residence and two front ort posts removed. Damage was estimated at $600. K. P. Evatt investigated.
June 21 – Lynn Rainey Cartee, 60, 155 New Hope Road, Pelzer reported credit card fraud incident. No additional details were provided. T. L. Eichelberger investigated.

June 22 – Todd Metz reported damage to an automated car wash machine at 211 West Main St. According to reports a power tool was used to cut the metal piping off the machines that leads to the money storage area and the vacuum was used to suck the quarters out of the storage tanks. Damage to the machine was $1500. Approximately $600 in quarters was taken from it. K. Anthony investigated.
June 23 – James Tyler Jernigan, 25, 23 Black St., Williamston was arrested for reckless driving and speeding after a silver Chrysler van was observed traveling 63 mph in a 35 mph zone on Ida Tucker Rd. After a ticket was issued for speeding, the van was observed driving recklessly on Shorebrook Drive and then disregarding stop signs at Minor Street, Major Road at North Hamilton. It stopped in front of Palmetto Middle where the driver was issued UTT for reckless driving. B. K. Creel investigated.
June 23 – Linda Martin Hays, 75, 110 Gossett Dr #G2 reported a bicycle valued at $150 taken from the backyard. The bike is a boys Burgundy Wipeout. Sgt. M. E. Eddleman investigated.
June 23 – Avery Limus Acker, 39, Randall St,. Williamston was arrested for breach of peace after officers were dispatched to 25 Black St,. in reference to a 911 hangup. He was transported to ACDC without incident. R. Maxwell investigated.
June 25 – Dollar General, 526 West Main St., reported a shoplifting incident in which a black male entered the store and left the store without paying with a pack of Gildan socks valued at $8.50 and a pair of shoe inserts valued at $3. The suspect left in a Buick with a tag registered to an address in Anderson. L. Buell investigated.
June 25 – Misty M. Johnson, 43, 14 Pine Ln., Pelzer reported an unknown subject entered her residence and removed a 55 inch flat screen Philips TV with black remote, a toy machine skate board, an Emerson stereo with detachable speakers and prescription medication. The items were valued at $1,400. L. Buell investigated.