Williamston Police Report


Williamston Police Officers investigated the following incidents
Sept. 9 – Jason Williams Kiedrowski, 36, 32 Ridge Court Williamston reported a full bottle of 10 mg Norco pills taken from his kitchen counter top. The incident remains under investigation. Sgt. M. Eddleman investigated.
Sept. 3 – Terry Lee Bolding, 72, 104 Millwee Court reported a larceny involving items valued at $400. No additional information provided. C. C. Brown investigated.
Sept. 4 – Brandy Sue Pelletier, 215 Quail Ridge Dr., Simpsonville reported an assault at 26 E. Main St. According to reports, the named suspect came into a closed area at the business, hit her on the shoulder and made threats. No charges were pressed, however the suspect was to be placed on trespass notice from the business. R. Drennon investigated.
Sept. 5 – Keri Elizabeth Mahoney, 28, 2 Davis St., Williamston reported wiring under her house was pulled down causing damage estimated at $500. C. D. Brown, R. Drennon investigated.
Sept. 7 – Cody Matthew Waldrop, 28, 4 Evans St., Pelzer was issued a summons for driving under suspension after officers observed a vehicle traveling 45 mph in a 35 mph zone on E. Greenville St. He received a warning for speeding. C. D. Brown, D. R. Hart investigated.
Sept. 7 – David Earl Crane, 53, 131 Middleton Blvd., Williamston reported a red and white Coolster, 75cc dirt bike taken from the balcony of his apartment. The bike was valued at $650. The incident remains under investigation. C. D. Brown, D. R. Hart investigated.
Sept. 7 – Cody Austin Whitt, 24, 21 S. Courtney St., Pelzer was issued a UTT for expired permit and unlawful operation of an unsafe vehicle after officers responded to Saluda Rd., and River Dr. extension in reference to a vehicle accident. Officers observed a gray Ford SUV with a busted out windshield and the top of the vehicle crushed in on the front passenger side. The driver, Whitt, and a passenger both stated the vehicle had been damaged by a tree limb about a week prior and the vehicle had not been involved in an accident. The owner of the vehicle identified as Ms. Lucus arrived on foot shortly thereafter and could not provide proof of insurance, so she was also issued a UTT for failure to maintain proof of insurance. C. C. Brown investigated.