Williamston Police Report

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Williamston Police Officers investigated the following incidents:
April 20 – Sgt. L.E. Mulz responded to East Third St. in reference to a suspicious vehicle. Upon arriving he contacted Cynthia Dyar, WF, 5’2”, 200 pounds who said that she had gotten lost before suffering a flat tire. She said she was trying to contact friends to help her. A license check revealed that her tag and her driver’s license were suspended for no insurance. The car was impounded.
April 20 – Sgt. L.E. Mulz and PTL. J. Sargent responded to 21 Woodmere Court in reference to a stolen 4X8 utility trailer. The trailer was valued at $800.
April 21 – PTL. D.R. Hart spoke with David White who stated that he had sold a computer to Heather Adams, WF, 36, of Belton who paid him with a counterfeit $100 bill. A warrant was later issued by Judge Lollis.
April 24- PTL. D.R. Hart was approached by a citizen on a golf cart who reported that a car parked on Gossett Drive with a male passed out at the wheel. Upon contacting Drennon Lee Oxner, WM, 21,  of Ware Shoals, he found an open container in his hand. Upon waking, Oxner twice reached for his right hand trousers pocket. He was assisted from the car and a small bag of cocaine was discovered in the pocket.
April 26 – PTL. D. Vickery responded to a domestic call at 602 N. Hamilton St. where Lisa Aiken, WF, 52 stated that she did not want Jonathan Thurston, WM, 34, 5’11”, 270 pounds, on her property. She was informed that a prior trespass notice was invalid because she had allowed him to return to the residence. During the visit, it was confirmed that Thurston had an active warrant, and ACSO Deputy Rivas arrived to transport him to the Anderson County Detention Center.

Apr. 13 – C&W Enterprises (Auto Sales), 620 Greenville Drive reported someone entered the car lot and stole a bumper from a 2003 Charcoal Chevrolet Silverado. The bumper was valued at $175. T. L. Eichelberger investigated.
Apr. 13 – Shawn McClellion, 44, 203 Williams St., Williamston reported a burglary in which forced entry was gained through the back door. According to reports, a pick ax was found on the front porch and a women’s black wallet was found in the back door area. A yellow Dewalt blow heater was reported missing. It appeared that the suspect entered through a back window by removing black tape that secured the bottom portion of the window and inside an enclosed area and then kicked in the back door to gain entrance. The seized items were placed in evidence storage. The heater was valued at $399. Detective L. B. Culbertson investigated.
Apr. 12 – Officer D. R. Hart responded to 101 Mattison Dr., Apt. 2 in reference to a caller being harassed. Nortrina Carmela Martin reported that Jasmine Ellis had been contacting her after officers had left a message on Ellis’ phone to cease contact with Martin on Feb. 15. Ellis was contacted by phone by officer Hart and stated that she had two text messages from Martin attempting to be friend her. Ellis was instructed to not contact Martin further.
Apr. 17 – Tracy Ann Jones, 47, 15 Glenwood Ave., Williamston was issued a summons for animal running at large after Tricia Harrison, 57, 18 Glenwood Ave., Williamston was bitten by a black lab belonging to Jones. According to reports, Harrison was walking her dog on Glenwood Ave., when the black lab jumped the fence and began to attack Jones, bitting her on the hand. The black lab was surrendered to animal control. C. D. Brown, J. Sparks investigated.