Williamston Police Report

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Williamston police officers investigated the following:
Sept. 5 – Thomas Eugene Capell, 52, 600 Parker St., Williamston reported a Whirlpool washing machine taken from his back porch. The machine was described as white, top load, with knob type controls, was valued at $300. Det. G. Culbertson investigated.
Sept. 6 – Rebecca Nicole Saylors, 35, 14 Glendale Ave., Williamston reported a blue Chrysler Town & Country van stolen from the driveway of the residence. Also in the vehicle was a black purse and two laptop computers. The recently purchased van was described as having a 45 day tag, sunroof, partial “Coastal” sticker on the rear window and residue from an “Aaron’s Taxi” sticker on the front. The vehicle was valued at $800. Det. G.. Culbertson investigated.
Sept. 2 – Patricia Vesteen Bailey, 54, 108 L St., Unit C Williamston reported her Metro PCS cell phone hacked and Gmail email account hacked. Approximately $600 was taken from a SSI account. L. B. Culbertson investigated.
Sept. 6 – Palmer Leo Conwell, 79, 616 N. Hamilton St., Williamston reported two Upstate Federal Credit Union cards stolen from the bedroom of the residence and $100 withdrawn from one of his accounts without his knowledge. Det. G. Culbertson investigated.
Sept. 7 – Ronald Thomas Cape, 32, 10 Circle Dr., Williamston was arrested for simple possession of marijuana after a white male on a bicycle with no lights was observed being towed by another white male on a moped on E. Main St. According to reports, Cape was on the bicycle and a Jason Webb was on the moped. Cape had 2.37 grams of a green leafy substance field tested positive for marijuana in his possession. D. R. Hart, K. Anthony investigated.
Sept. 8 – Zachary Scott Thompson, 28, Transylvania St., Piedmont was arrested for reckless driving after a BOLO was put out for a reckless driver. West Pelzer Police Officer Scott Stoller observed the vehicle pull into Burger King at 905 Greenville Drive and then Williamston Police Officer K. Anthony observed the van turn left out of Burger King onto Greenville Drive at an accelerated speed and make a wide turn that caused the vehicle to go off the road on the right. The vehicle was observed crossing the white line on Greenville Dr., at Courtney and several more times after that. Thompson was arrested and transported to ACDC. K. Anthony investigated.
Sept. 10 – Jerry L. Dean, 65, 1320 Firetower Rd., Williamston reported an unknown subject presented an electronic check in the amount of $104.60 drawn on his Community First Bank account to Auto Zone on Aug. 10. The incident remains under investigation. L. B. Culbertson took the report.
Sept. 10 – Jerry L. Dean, 65, 1320 Firetower Rd,. Williamston reported an electronic check number 1129 in the amount of $60 presented to Murphy Oil Co. L. B. Culbertson took the report.
Sept. 10 – Jerry L. Dean, 1320 Firetower Rd., reported an electronic check number 1128 in the amount of $128.36 presented to Tractor Supply. The incident remains under investigation. L. B. Culbertson took the report.
Sept. 10 – Jerry L. Dean, 1320 Firetower Rd., reported an electronic check number 1130 in the amount of $69.81 presented to Wal Mart. The incident remains under investigation. L. B. Culbertson took the report.
Sept. 10 – Michael Tiler Bridges, 19, 301 Joe Black Rd,. Pelzer was arrested for theft and vandalism after a gray Mitsubishi sedan was observed at Main Street Quick Lube. Bridges was arrested for driving under suspension. During a search of the vehicle, officers found a small hose under the driver’s seat, a screw driver and numerous quarters in the passenger seat. The rear passenger compartment had a battery operated tool and a camo bag containing multiple quarters. There was also a reciprocating saw blade wrapper. According to reports, a hose is commonly used to suck quarters out of the machines and a reciprocating saw is used to cut locks and cut into the coin machines. R. Maxwell, Res. E. J. Thompson investigated with assistance by Det. G. Culbertson and Sgt. Eddleman.