Williamston Police Report

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Williamston Police Officers investigated the following incidents:
Sept. 4 – Michael Jerome Craft, 51, 315 Lee St., Anderson was arrested and charged for counterfeiting/forgery after Quick Time Cash, 8 Greenville Drive reported two bad checks cashed in Williamston and another at a Greenville location. The checks were from S&S Restaurant in Greenville and cashed for $525.98 and $675.19. The incident remains under investigation. L. B. Culbertson investigated.
Nov. 17 – Kendal Mark Fant, 24, 3540 W. Georgia Rd., Piedmont was arrested for driving under suspension, operating an uninsured vehicle and failure to surrender a tag after a vehicle was observed traveling at a high rate of speed on Main St. A warning ticket was issued for speeding. He was transported to ACDC without incident. Sgt. L. E.Mulz investigated.
Nov. 13 – Amber Lynn Maefs, 38, 675 Ponden Dr., Greer was arrested for shoplifting at Goodys, 17 Pelzer Ave. According to reports Maefs placed clothing items into a black bag while inside Goody’s. The bag contained three pairs of panties, one hat, one bra and a wallett. Total value of the items was $117. She was placed under arrest and transported to ACDC without incident.
Nov. 19 – Megan Rampey, 33, 4 Hardy St., Williamston reported an unknown subject used her identity to apply for a Lowes credit card. Rampey stated she did not apply for the loan and was unaware of the application process until she received a rejection letter. The incident, which occurred in Sept., remains under investigation. L. B. Culbertson investigated.
Nov. 14 – Megan Rampey, 33, 4 Hardy St., Williamston reported an unknown subject attempted to open an account at Blispay/First Electronic Bank in her name. The incident, which occurred in Sept., remains under investigation.
Nov. 19 – Danny Lee Smith, 49, 114 Martin Ct., Williamston was arrested for prowling, providing false information, larceny and trespassing after officers responded to Ridge Court in reference to a suspicious person on a bicycle who was stealing from yards and had a rifle. He also had an outstanding warrant. According to reports he had a black hose, and a white cooler with tools inside. After providing false information, a wallet inside his pocket and he was identified. The items were valued at $150. The property where the tools came from was also posted with no trespassing signs. K. Anthony, D. R. Hart investigated.
Nov. 18 – Elbert Wayne Breeze, 58, 101 Camden Way, Greenville was arrested for driving under suspension after officers observed two Ford F150s traveling on Main St. take a drastic turn to the left onto Academy Dr. from the far right lane. A white F-150 turned into a driveway on Parker St. and turned lights off, and a red F150 truck turned into a driveway at 103 Parker St., and turned lights off. Upon investigation, it was determined that the two people in the red truck could not advise why they were at the address and Breeze had a suspended license. A search of the vehicle came up clear. D. D. Morgan investigated.