Williamston Police Report

Williamston Police Officers investigated the following incidents:
Nov. 18 – Taylor James Derosa, 25, 308 E. Main St., Williamston reported a subject pulled up in a black color Nissan truck and stole a Chicago electric miter saw valued at approximately $300. D. Jackson investigated.
Nov. 12 – Kayla Michele Baker, 27, 103 S. Hamilton St., Apt#H4 was arrested and issued a summons for simple possession of marijuana after a white 2006 Kia Sorento was observed on Greenville Drive with the front driver’s headlight not operating. A rear passenger break light was also not operational. During a search of the vehicle, a grinder with less than a half gram of a green leafy substance believed to be marijuana was found. She was issued a summons for simple possession and warnings were issued for the defective equipment.  D. R. Hart investigated.
Nov. 13 – Debra Brooks Gray, 105 River Dr., Williamston reported her mailbox was damaged when it was hit by an unknown vehicle which left the scene. A white outside mirror and broken glass was found in the driveway. Damage was estimated at $100. C. Parker investigated.
Nov. 13 – John Randolph Smith, 52, 207 Whitlen Dr., Pelzer reported a tag stolen from his truck while he was in Burger King, 905 Greenville Dr., Williamston. The tag (PYA135) was valued at $20 and was entered into NCIC as stolen. D. Jackson investigated.
Nov. 13 – Beaverly Jean Gleaton, 64, 10 Circle St., Williamston reported medication valued at $100 and approximately $100 in cash was stolen from her pocket book which was in the bedroom at the time. B. K. Creel investigated.
Nov. 19 – Deborah Elaine Webb, 60 105 W. Fourth St., Williamston reported damage to a rental car. According to reports, the 2019 Hyun Tucs SE2 had a long mark down the side of the vehicle which appeared to have been made from a key. The vehicle was a rental from Enterprise and damage was estimated at $500. B. K. Creel investigated.