Williamston Police Report

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Williamston Police Officers investigated the following:
Nov. 3 – Bettie Amisial, 39, 1110
W. Market St., Anderson reported malicious damage to the driver’s side back tire on her vehicle while parked at 804 North Hamilton St., The tire was valued at $70. J. Sargent investigated.
Nov. 8 – Henry Emmanuel Rodriguez, 19, 121 Old Field Circle, Williamston reported a hit and run on Anderson Drive and Foster Rd. in which a gray Nissan was struck in the back by an unknown vehicle causing the Nissan to push into the back of another vehicle. The drivers of the other vehicles left the scene before officers arrived. Damage was estimated at $4000. C. C. Brown, K. Anthony investigated.
Nov. 9 – Joshua Ryan Karr, 25, 143 Belton Farm Rd., Belton reported an unknown suspect entered the residence at 602 Williams St., and stole a silver HP laptop, with charger, wallet with contents, keys and black Element grand coat. Total value of missing items is $1309. There was no forced entry and no evidence at the scene to process. Detective G.. Culbertson investigated.
Nov. 9 – Jack Douglas Dalton, 36, 108 Mahaffey Rd., Williamston reported unknown suspects entered his residence and stole a black Sig Sauer Model P320 .45 caliber semi-automatic pistol and two magazines. The items were valued at $500. Detective G. Culbertson investigated.
Nov. 11 – Shianne Danielle Gosnell, 20, 19 Parker St,. Williamston brought in a pink bag which she found lying on her floor. The unfamiliar bag had a small amount of white crystal dust on it. According to reports the bag field tested positive for methamphetamine. L. B. Culbertson investigated.
Nov. 11 – Tiffany Dawn Phillips, 35, 134 Haynie St., Belton reported an object struck her front windshield as she was driving east on Beaverdam Rd., near the intersection of Hwy. 20 . According to reports, several juveniles were observed on the side of the road when the incident occurred but they ran from the area when Phillips slowed down. A small hole approximately the size of a BB was observed in the windshield. Damage was estimated at $250. L. B. Culbertson investigated.
Nov. 11 – Officers were dispatched to 19 Parker Street, Williamston in reference to found property. According to reports, Jennifer Dawn Gosnell, 41, 19 Parker St., stated she found a yellow baggy with a syringe at her home. The baggy contained a trace amount of a crystal like substance. The item was placed into evidence for destruction. R. Maxwell investigated.
Nov. 13 – Jonnie Underwood Lagrifolle, 61, 10 Sunset Ct., Williamston reported an assault in which she was pushed against the wall and yelled at. No arrest was made. R. Drennon investigated.