Williamston Police Report


Week of Sept 22 – Oct. 2
Williamston Police Officers investigated the following incidents during the week of Sept. 22 – Oct. 2:
Sept. 22 – Christina Trinidad Luna, 41, 227 W. Marion Rd., Greenville reported a Whirlpool range valued at $150 and a red nose pit bull missing from a residence at 114 West 2nd Street in Williamston. The dog is beige/brown, has a black/gray collar and answers to the name Cholo. G. Culbertson investigated.
Sept. 27 – Marion Rondy Jerome Thompson, 28, 1421 Forest Ln., Anderson was arrested for driving under suspension after being observed on Foster Rd., with only one headlight. He was arrested and transported to ACDC without incident. K. Anthony investigated.
Sept. 28 – John Geoffrey Dyal, 43, 25 Goodrich St., Pelzer was issued a summons for driving under suspension after a vehicle he was driving flashed lights at the officer on Greenville Drive and was observed with no tag or tag light. The car did have a tag posted in the rear window. K. Anthony investigated.
Sept. 29 – Darondus Diego Howard, 21, 107 Old Field Circle, Williamston was arrested for outstanding warrants with Anderson County Sheriff’s Office after a traffic stop on Main St. Howard was a passenger in the vehicle. He was transferred to ACDC without incident. K. Anthony investigated.
Sept. 29 – Michael Chohran King III was arrested for criminal domestic assault and failure to accompany after officers responded to 16 Brown St., in reference to a domestic incident. According to reports, after investigating, officers informed King he was under arrest and King then attempted to run from officers. He was caught a short time later, arrested and was transported to ACDC. R. Maxwell investigated.
Sept. 30 – Dollar General, 526 West Main St., reported a counterfeiting/forgery incident in which a counterfeit five dollar bill was taken from a customer. Z. T. Parks investigated.
Sept. 30 – Brandon Eugene Norwood, 30, 825 Joe Black Rd., #27 was arrested and issued two summons after a traffic stop on South Hamilton St. resulting from a report of a vehicle that was driving reckless on Main Street. The driver stated he did not have insurance on the vehicle and that he had just bought the vehicle but did not have a bill of sale. The tag came back to a Chevrolet Nova and to a different individual. Norwood was issued the two citations, one for operating an uninsured vehicle and one for having a tag registered to another vehicle. A juvenile passenger was released to parents on the scene. R. Maxwell investigated.
Oct. 2 – Eva Adams Tucker, 29, 29 Middleton Blvd., Williamston reported a break-in in which an envelope containing $300 was taken from a back bedroom. B. K. Creel investigated.