Williamston Police investigate thefts, breakins


Williamston Police Officers investigated a number of break-ins and thefts recently. Among incidents investigated were:
Apr. 9 – Lance Gray of 116 Shore Dr., Williamston reported a 38 cal. Smith & Wesson model 342 stolen from a 2008 GMC Yukon parked in his driveway. The gun was valued at $380. L. B. Culbertson investigated.
Apr. 10 – A walk-in at WPD turned in a counterfeit $20 bill. M. Beeman took the report.
Apr. 10 – James Adam Pangle, 36, 600 South Hamilton St., Williamston reported a break-in. R. Maxwell investigated.
Apr. 10 – Michael J. Adragna, 203 Waterfront Dr. Williamston reported items valued at $300 taken from a moto vehicle. R. Maxwell investigated.
Apr. 9 – Ashton Nicole Parson, 29, 125 Lakeview Dr., Williamston reported a purse stolen from a vehicle. M. Beeman investigated.
Apr. 11 – Debra Ellen Bannister, 59, 205 Prince St., Williamston reported a red riding lawnmower, a yellow push mower and four tires with silver/chrome rims stolen from a shed at the rear of the residence. The items were valued at $801. C. C. Brown, K. Anthony investigated.
Apr. 12 – Narrow Way Fellowship, 310 William St., Williamston reported an attempted break-in. Glass on a door was broken, but no entry was made. C. C. Brown, K. Anthony investigated.
Apr. 14 – Audrina Marie Rich, 26, 115 Williamston Ct., Williamston reported an assault in which a man identified as the grandfather of her daughter, grabbed her by the neck, choked her and pulled her hair. A warrant was issued for Billy Steve Davenport, 51 of 58 Honea Path St., Ware Shoals. Det. G. Culbertson investigated.
Apr. 14 – Ashley Marie Price, 34, 502 Blair St., Easley was arrested for driving under suspension, providing false information to police and no registration after officers observed a black Honda Civic on Anderson Drive with a defective headlight. Price also had an outstanding warrant in Pickens County. She was issued citations for no proof of insurance and registration not in possession. Det. G. Culbertson investigated.
Apr. 16 – Thomas Hunt, 49, 318 East Carolina St., Williamston reported a break-in in which items valued at $1300 were taken. Hunt also reported damage to a red Dodge Charger in the amount of $2500. R. Maxwell, Det. G. Culbertson investigated.
Apr. 16 – Catonia Comalethea Weaver, 48, 104 Williamston Court reported a 2008 Pontiac Grand Prix stolen from the complex parking lot. The vehicle was valued at $7725. B. K. Creel investigated.
Apr. 17 – Connie Tollison Black, 65, 101 Williamston Ct., reported a larceny in which $170 was taken. B. K. Creel investigated.