Williamston Police Report

Williamston Police Officers investigated the following incidents:
Mar. 29 – Officers stopped a silver Toyota after it was observed crossing the center line on West Main St. in front of the park. According to reports, the driver’s eyes were glossy and his speech slurred. The driver admitted to having a vape pen with a THC cartridge which was found in the center console. The items were confiscated and placed into evidence. A licensed driver picked up the vehicle and the driver. No arrest was made. K. Anthony investigated.
Mar. 29 – Dollar General, 526 West Main St., Williamston reported a theft in which an unknown white male took a bluetooth speaker from a shelf and went to another aisle where it was removed from the box and placed in his pants. The empty speaker box was placed back on the shelf and the suspect left the store. The item was valued at $35. The subject was wearing black shorts, blue shirt, and had shaved or short hair. The incident remains under investigation. C. C. Brown investigated.
Mar. 8 – Brandi Faye Bellue, 38, 108 E. St., Williamston reported her Bank of America debit card was used removed from her purse while inside the Fast Fuel at 19 W. Main St. The incident remains under investigation. L. B. Culbertson investigated.
Apr. 3 – Howard Sims, 38, 416 Apt. C1 Belton Hwy, reported speakers valued at $800 taken from a 2001 Volvo. Missing were one Audio Lite Speaker box with two 12 inch sub woofers and an Audio Lite Amp. R. Drennon investigated. The incident remains under investigation.
Apr. 3 – Carter Harold Vinson, 20, 302 Bryson St., Williamston reported an assault at 101 Pelzer Ave. No additional information provided. C. C. Brown investigated.
Mar. 21 – Valerie Epps, 52, 220 North St., Williamston reported a fraud incident in which an unknown subject contacted her through a fake instagram account offering a grant. As part of the registration to obtain the grant, money was requested by purchasing ITune and Amazon gift cards. Two ITune gift cards were purchased for $1000 and an Amazon gift card was purchased for $350. Epps stated she sent the unknown suspects the account numbers and after a few days when she attempted to contact the Instagram account Justontoni, she discovered it was deleted. The incident remains under investigation. L. B. Culbertson investigated.