Williamston Police Report

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Williamston Police Officers recently investigated the following incidents:
Feb. 28 – SRO C. S. Hopkins investigated a report of a missing D1 iPad 5th generation at Palmetto Middle School. A seventh grader left the iPad charging in a classroom and when the seventh grader returned two hours later, the iPad was missing. The iPad was valued at $315.
Feb. 26 – Anthony Chad Ellett, 42, 110 Griffin Ave., Belton was issued a summons for open container and driving under suspension after a vehicle was observed on S. Hamilton with defective taillights. An open container of Steel Reverse (Spiked Watermelon) was observed in the center console drink holder. The vehicle was towed. J. Cobb investigated.
Feb. 26 – Beverly Ann Walker, 67, 18 Knight St., Williamston reported damage to a mailbox. Damage was estimated at $100. Pieces of white plastic were found around the mailbox, which was knocked over and destroyed. D. R. Hart investigated.
Feb. 25 – Officer J. Cobb was dispatched to the Smoking Pig restaurant, 720 Anderson Dr., Williamston regarding a verbal altercation and miscellaneous damage to property. According to reports the driver of a Ford Limited parked parallel to the street due to other vehicles being poorly parked. Another driver in a blue pickup, trying to enter the restaurant parking lot, yelled at him and confronted him in the restaurant. Reports state the driver of the blue pickup was observed kicking the Ford. He stated he did not recall kicking the vehicle and apologized for his actions. The two agreed to handle the matter between themselves and no arrest was made.
Feb. 25 – Jimminique R. Howard, 34, 770 Anderson St., Williamston was issued a summons for driving under suspension and failing to surrender a tag after a blue 2012 Chrysler 300 was observed not coming to a complete stop at the stop sign at the intersection of Broad St., and Gossett Dr. A warning was issued for disregarding a stop sign. D. R. Hart investigated.
Feb. 23 – Douglas Gene Taylor, 65, 2 Durham Dr., Williamston reported a break-in. Forced entry was gained by kicking in the entry door of the car port. Items reported missing include .22 Rifle valued at $500, .38/.357 revolver with wood grip, black barrel valued at $500, Witness 10 MM Stainless steel $300, $250 in money, state coin rolls $100, and a coin collection $100. Total value of missing items came to $1,750. Sgt. L. E. Mulz investigated.
Feb. 23 – Modern Supply, 8 E. Main St., reported someone broke into the basement of the building, possibly with a vehicle. Reports state it did not appear anything was stolen. Damage to the basement door was estimated at $100. T. L. Eichelberger investigated.
Feb. 22 – Kenneth Ray Kyle, 38, 340 Robertson Rd., Anderson was arrested for squatting after Officer D. Hart responded to 305 Mauldin St. in reference to a white male and white female going in and out of an abandoned structure. Kyle was transported to ACDC without incident.
Feb. 20 – Keith Duncan, 42, 3 Green St,. Pelzer was issued a summons for operating a vehicle with no insurance after a white Ford Ranger was observed on Main St. with one visible headlight working. He was also issued a warning for a broken windshield. R. Caldwell was reporting officer.
Feb. 13 – Judge Lollis approved a warrant for forgery for Maggie Mae Hoff, 34, 242 McBride Street Ext., Abbeville in connection with a check forgery at Cash Time, 8 Greenville Dr., Williamston.
Feb. 13 – Judge Lollis approved a warrant for forgery for Tilas Ininko, 242 McBride Street Ext. Abbeville in connection with check forgery at Cash Time, 8 Greenville Dr., Williamston.
Feb. 12 – Cash Time, 8 Greenville Dr., reported a forgery incident on Feb. 9 in which Maggie Mae Hoff, 34, 242 McBride Street Ext., Abbeville presented a check in the amount of $6,353.75 drawn on an account with Republic Bank. Officers were to speak with Judge Lollis in reference to the forgery. L. B. Culbertson, Jr. investigated.
Feb. 12 – Cash Time, 8 Greenville Dr., reported a forgery incident on Feb. 8 in which Tilas Ininko, 242 McBride Street Ext., Abbeville presented a check drawn on Republic Bank in the amount of $5776.49. Lt. L. B. Culbertson, Jr., investigated.
Feb. 10 – Parker Underwood, 20, 20 Lander St., Williamston was arrested for driving under suspension after a black Ford Focus was observed disregarding a stop sign at the intersection of Middleton Blvd. and Minor St. He was transported to ACDC. J. West was reporting officer.
Feb. 10 – A LTD True Catch large cat trap belonging to the Town of Williamston was reported removed from a property on E. Carolina St. The cat trap was valued at $90. Lt. L. B. Culbertson investigated.