Williamston Police Report

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Williamston Police Officers investigated the following incidents:
May 21 – Jerry Wayne Jordan, 18 Mineral Park Ln, Williamston reported a SC license plate stolen from his 2014 Ford F-150. The stolen plate was entered into the NCIC. Sgt. M. E. Eddleman investigated.
May 21 – Sgt. Eddleman responded to Goodys, 17 Pelzer Ave., Williamston in reference to a possible shoplifting.  As she arrived, a white male was observed walking into the store. According to reports, a store employee stated the suspect white male had placed his old worn shoes in two different empty boxes and removed a store sensor from new red Nike tennis shoes and left the store defacing the value of the item. The suspect advised that he would pay for the shoes. A female subject who was with him volunteered to pay for the shoes which were valued at $75. Both were placed on trespass notice. Sgt. M. Eddleman investigated.
May 23 – Melindia Cothran, 10 Traxler Ave, Williamston reported a lawn mower valued at $80 taken from under her porch. R. Maxwell investigated.
May 25 – Reva Holcombe, 116 Gray Drive, Williamston reported someone had made charges to her TD Bank account. One was to Ebay for $22.95 and the other was to PayPal for $24.95. R. Maxwell investigated.
May 25 – Terry Austin Glasby, 63, 104 W  2nd St., Williamston was arrested for  public intoxication after officers R. Drennon responded to  the address. Upon arrival Glasby was observed standing in the street yelling at a neighbor and unsteady on his feet, just minutes after Drennon had been there for the same complaint. He was arrested and transported to ACDC without further incident.
May 26 – Gregg Prater, 58, no fixed address, Anderson, was arrested for shoplifting, controlled substance violation and public consumption after officers were dispatched to 207 W. Main St., in reference to a man asking customers for money. According to reports the man had taken an ice cream sandwich without paying for it and consumed it inside the store. A prescription bottle and an open bottle of MD2020 was observed in a black bag sitting in front of Prater. The prescription bottle contained fourteen white oval pills believed to be Tramadol. A warrant was sought for controlled substance violation. R. Maxwell investigated.