Williamston Police Report


Williamston Police Officers investigated the following incidents:
Sept. 27 – David Eugene Bolt, 38, 105 West Second St. reported a set of rims and tires valued at $2100 stolen. The items were chained and the chain had been cut. M. Beeman investigated.
Sept. 28 – O’Reillys Auto Parts, 402 E. Main St., Williamston reported a gas line had been cut on a white Nissan Frontier Truck, which is one of the store’s service vehicles. C. C. Brown investigated.
Sept. 28 – Taylor Edwin Hines, 30, 388 Lancaster St,. Spartanburg was arrested for driving under suspension after a vehicle was observed backing out of a yard on Simpson St. The vehicle had no tag light. He was issued a warning for the tag light. D. D. Morgan investigated.
Sept. 30 – Officers investigated a breach of peace incident in which Daniel Leon Richardson, 44, 121 Davis St., Williamston reported his neighbor, David Vickery of 125 Davis St. was cursing and yelling at him. Reports state Vickey said he was having problems with his neighbor due to a sewer leak. The report states there was no leak and confirmed by DHEC and a plumber. A warrant was being sought for breach of peace. B. K. Creel, C. C. Brown investigated.