Williamston Police Officers investigated the following incidents:
Jan. 12 – Frank E. Culp, 47, 356 West Main St., Williamston reported a brick thrown through a window. Damage was estimated at $125. T. L. Eichelberger investigated.
Jan. 10 – Sharon Lynn Shaw, 62, 16 E. 1st St. Williamston reported a house at 15 E. First St., broken into. According to reports forced entry was gained through the back door. A three blade star shaped knife was found on the front porch. K. Anthony, C. C. Brown investigated.
Jan. 10 – Officers were dispatched to 6 Attaway St., in reference to a civil dispute which turned into an alleged assault. According to reports, Sharon Stelling of 6 Attaway St., was having work done at the address by Ross and told Ross she could not pay for the work that day. Jessica Rose Ross, 31, 108 Georgia St., Honea Path reported that she was pushed by Stelling during a verbal altercation about the repairs and payment. Stelling reported that Ross had got in her face and slightly bumped her, chest to chest. Details of the incident were to be presented to Judge Lollis. L. B. Culbertson investigated.
Jan. 10 – Nicolas Diego Miguel, 40, 16 West Second St., Williamston reported a Razor scooter taken from his porch. The scooter was valued at $100. R. Maxwell investigated.
Jan. 11 – A summons was issued for Jeffrey Cory Hooks, 35, 104 Lander St., Williamston for causing damage estimated at $22.50 to a water meter and using city water without paying for it. R. Drennon investigated.
Jan. 11 – Wayne Pawlak, 200 Greenville Dr., Williamston reported he allowed Alycia Nicole Henderson to test drive a 2009 Ford Escape which had not been returned. According to reports, Henderson called Pawlak and told him the vehicle was broke down and would not start. When Pawlak went to the address where the vehicle should have been he was unable to locate it. R. Drennon investigated.
Jan. 12 – Michael Phillip Saylors, 60, 14 Glendale Ave., Williamston reported a Husqvarna Zero Turn mower taken from his residence. The mower was valued at $1850. M. Beeman responded. The incident is being turned over to Detective G. Culbertson for further investigation.