Williamston Police Report


Williamston police officers investigated the following incidents recently:  June 15 – Ptl. J. Sparks responded to the Smokin’ Pig on Main Street where he found Tony McJunkin with a badly lacerated left eye, a split lip, and a swollen face. McJunkin reported that a subject named Jay Wright, WM, 34, 5’11”, 200 pounds, had assaulted him at a  friend’s house. He said he and his friend were leaving to go somewhere when Wright appeared and began an altercation concerning a cell phone. McJunkin said that Wright hit him with an object, either a piece of wood or a rock. After several days of attempting to contact Wright, Ptl. Sparks sought and received a warrant for Wright’s arrest for aggravated assault.
June 16 – Ptl. J.D. West was on patrol when he observed a vehicle traveling at a high speed. He initiated a traffic stop and after a brief attempt to evade, the driver pulled over. Two slender black males jumped from the car and fled on foot. The driver, Keltrick Santez Cureton, BM, 5’7”, 160 pounds was detained. He admitted that there was marijuana in the vehicle and he was subsequently arrested for simple possession and transported to ACDC.  June 17 – Ptl. C. Parker responded to a job site at East 1st Street and William Street Ext., where Kevin Ward, of Saluda Construction, LLC reported the theft of a collection of various power tools from a trailer on the site. The loss was estimated at $14,700.
June 20 – Ptl. T. L. Eichelberger was dispatched to 205 S. Green Street, where Ralph Duncan reported the theft of fishing gear and a Honda generator. The loss was estimated at $3760.
June 22 – Sgt. L.E. Mulz assisted West Pelzer Chief Alexis Eliopoulos with a domestic situation.
June 24 – Ofc. M.B. Jackson responded to the Fast Fuel Convenience store at 207 Main Street, where a store employee presented two counterfeit $20 bills.
June 24 – Ptl. J. D. Vickery and Ptl. J. Sparks were dispatched to 16 Cleveland St. in reference to a larce4ny. They made contact with Tuqwan Washington reported the theft of his Stihl chainsaw, valued at $220.   June 25 – Cpl. D. R, Hart responded to a complaint of malicious damage to property  at 7 Ridley St. where Justin D’Orsi complained that his fence had been damaged in the amount of $200,00.
June 26 – Ptl. J. D. West and Cpl. D.R. Hart responded to the area of Gossett Drive and Lander Street where they found a suspicious vehicle in the roadway. The driver, Cody Keith Dalrymple, WM, 26, 6’1”, 220 pounds was found asleep behind the wheel. It was his second incident of disorderly conduct within hours. The same officers had encountered him at the Fast Fuel and had sent him on his way. The second time, he was placed under arrest and transported to ACDC.