Williamston Police Report


Williamston Police Officers investigated the following incidents:

Apr. 2 – Robert Drake Davis, 21, 511 Inman Rd., Lyman was issued a summons for driving under suspension and out of date tag after a 2006 Scion was observed speeding on South Hamilton St. The tag was suspended for failure to pay property tax. He was issued a warning ticket for speeding. W. C. Trotter investigated.
Apr. 2 – Tydriques Arman Sullivan, 21, 154 Soren Ln, Anderson was arrested for violation of order of protection and driving under suspension after officers were dispatched to 6 W. Fourth Street in reference to a civil disturbance. According to reports, Sullivan was knocking on a bedroom window and left the scene in a light green Nissan. The vehicle was stopped at Anderson Drive and Bruce St. and Sullivan was arrested.
Williamston Police Report
Williamston police Officers recently investigated the following incidents:
Apr. 1 – ACE Hardware, 29 Pelzer Ave. reported a black 6×10 trailer with diamond plate fenders and a wood floor taken from the location between Mar. 26 and Mar. 28. The trailer was valued at $3,700. Sgt. L. E. Mulz investigated.
Mar. 31 – Officers reported an unknown vehicle struck a cross walk light on North Hamilton. and the light was blocking a part of the road. According to reports, it appeared that the unknown vehicle was on Greenville Drive attempting to make a right hand turn onto N. Hamilton. The vehicle had left the scene and the driver did not notify police of the accident. Damage to the school cross walk light was estimated at approximately $2000. T. C. Grate investigated.
Mar. 29 – Michael Thomas Williams, 35, 9 E. Fourth St., reported his maroon Chevrolet Silverado truck was hit sometime during the night causing damage to the rear passenger side of the vehicle. Sgt. L. E. Mulz investigated.
Mar. 28 – Main St. Motors, 410 Greenville Dr., reported a SC dealers tag (X640932) stolen from the location. T. L. Eichelberger investigated.
Mar. 26 – Officers investigated an incident at Broad Street and Anderson Street in which a vehicle struck a guardrail. According to reports, the driver left the scene in a white SUV. Officers found an open tall boy Budweiser beer can in the vehicle’s console along with two medicine bottles prescribed to Michael G. Teachman. The vehicle belonged to Teachman’s grandmother. The next day, officer Cobb met with M. Teachman who stated the car was reported stolen and a police report had been filed. Damage to the guardrail and posts was $10,900 and damage to telephone posts $3,000 and other utility lines $3,000. M. B. Jackson was reporting officer.
Mar. 21 – Deolinde Goreti McDonald, 53, 16 Ridge Court, Williamston reported someone opened an account in her name with Mariner Finance Company at 174 Station Drive by cashing a check they had sent through the mail to her residence. One check was cashed in the amount of $2539. McDonald stated the signature was not hers and shehad not received the money. There was no endoresement of the bank, as a stamp, which is typical when the check is mobile deposit. The current balance an on the account was $4,236.50. The incident remains under investigation. Cpl. D. Hart investigated.