Williamston Police Report Oct 7 2020

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Williamston Police Officers investigated the following incidents during the first week of October:
Oct. 4 – Hayden Lane Roberson, WM, 26 19 Edgewood Dr., Williamston was arrested for possession of methamphetamine after officer were dispatched to the residence in reference to an unknown situation. According to reports, when officers arrived Brett Roberson, 20 Edgewood Dr. was physically restraining his brother Hayden Roberson after their mother Cherie Roberson had call him to come help her. Reports indicate that Hayden, who had recently been in rehab, stated he had found a sock with a small baggy of “dope”, which his mother had taken away from him. Hayden locked the door to prevent anyone from getting inside and was yelling very loud. Approximately 1.79 grams of a substance field tested as methamphetamine was in the baggy. Due to Hayden’s statement about the substance being in his possession, he was placed under arrest. A warrant was obtained and transported to ACDC. J. Sparks, T. Henderson investigated.
Oct. 3 – Laben Hugh Berry, WM, 21, 6865 N Highway 29, Pelzer was arrested for trespass after officers were dispatched to Dollar General, 526 West Main St. in reference to a suspicious person. He was placed in a patrol vehicle for transport and initially became verbal combative, but soon settled down and was transported to ACDC without further incident. Sargant L. E. Mulz investigated.
Sept. 30 – Kalekeia Michelle Thompson, BF, 35, 120 Roosevelt Rd., Pelzer, was arrested for driving under suspension and issued a warning for disregarding a stop sign after a red 2008 Chevrolet Impala was observed not coming to a complete stop at E. St., and Gray Drive. D. Hart investigated.
Sept. 29 – James R. Phillips, WM, 71, 112 W 1st. St. reported items valued at 1,259 taken from the back porch and a storage building. Stolen items included two Watercraft 12 volt boat batteries valued at $310, a brown canvas bag cooler valued at $200, Dewalt Impact & charger $225, Greenworks Drill, $90, five boxes of drill bits $75, battery charger $50, Harbor Freight sander/grinder $60, Professonal Chicago small hand grinder $69 and Harbor Freight air nail gun $70. C. Parker investigated.
Sept. 28 – Palmetto Middle School, 140 Middle School Rd. reported an iPad valued at $400 missing and wherabouts cannot be determined. The iPad was assigned to a juvenile registered in the school district. C. Samuel investigated.