Williamston Police Report

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Williamston Police Officers investigated the following incidents:
May 6 – Williamston Police Officers were dispatched to 313 E. Carolina St., Williamston in response to a large group of people having a party in front of the house. According to reports several people were observed inside the house and when officers approached,  multiple male subjects left from the rear door of the house. The complainant, Tommy Ellison, did not want to pursue charges but did want everyone to leave. Upon clearing the house, officers observed a white grocery bag which contained two green pill bottles containing approximately three grams of a green leafy substance believed to be marijuana, one twenty dollar bill, one ten dollar bill. The items were collected and taken to the WPD for destruction. C. D. Brown, J. Sparks investigated.
May 6 – Josh Hill, 37, 802 Salem St., Anderson reported a break-in at 2 Broad St., in Williamston. According to reports a Skilsaw valued at $50 was stolen from the property which is under renovation. A black cell phone was found at the scene and place into evidence. C. D. Brown investigated.
May 4 – Ashley Dorsey, reported a break-in and burglary at 7 W. third St., Williamston. According to reports, Dorsey who is the landlord for the property, checked on the house for tenants who were out of town and found the back door was broken and the inside of the house was trashed. A number of items was also reported missing. Items reported missing included a 2005 Yamaha YZF600 motorcycle valued at $2,500; two duffle bags with assorted clothing items; an empty violin case; black suit case with assorted clothing; red/black duffle bag with assorted electrical devices and a bug zapper and a green military style duffle bag. Also missing were a red push mower valued at $300; and a 1991 GMC pick up truck valued at $1,000. Some of the missing items were observed in the yard next door at 11 W. Third St. The resident there told officers she did not know how any of the property got into her yard. R. Drennon investigated.
May 4 – Steven Meredith McKinney, 62, 205 E. Carolina St., Williamston reported a Troy Built self propelled push mower valued at $329 taken from the side of the house. D. R. Hart investigated.