Williamston Police Officers investigated several drug related incidents and thefts recently. Among incidents investigated:
May 20 – Mason Lane White, 22, 518 NE McMahan, Piedmont was arrested for possession of schedule 4 drugs after a silver Mitsubishi was observed on West Main St. with no taillights. Reports state when asked if there was an illegal narcotics in the vehicle, the driver, White stated yes and handed a small brown bag with green leafy substance to the officer. During a search of the vehicle, three small bags were found. One contained a green leafy substance. Another had eight white pills and another had a small amount of Ecstacy. White was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and given a warning for defective equipment. A warrant was sought for the Hydrocodone and Ecstasy. There was also a firearm in the glove compartment. White was arrested and transported to ACDC.
May 19 – Amand Dianne Ramar, 32, 221 Prince St., Williamston was arrested for drug violations and stolen property after a possible stolen vehicle was observed in the parking lot at Burger King, 905 Greenville Dr. According to reports, the tag did come back as a stolen vehicle (and was reported stolen by owner Vickie Grier. Ramar stated her boyfriend, son of Grier, had given her the keys to the vehicle. Three syringes were found in her pink bookbag. The syringes had a dark in color residue and blood inside. Ramar admitted the syringes contained methamphetamine and blood. A white male with Ramar was issues a warning for contact only. Ramar was arrested and transported to ACDC. A warrant for the stolen vehicle was denied however Judge Lollis did issue a warrant for possession of methamphetamine (less than one gram). J. Cobb was reporting officer, Sgt. L. E. Mulz assisted.
Officers were involved with several drug related incident with no arrests –
May 18 – Officer R. Connor investigated an incident in which a white Ford E-250 was observed on W. Main St. with a broken windshield. After initiating a traffic stop, the driver state that someone had hit the windshield with a machete the day before. A syringe with a small amount of brown color liquid was observed in the vehicle along with a green tube with a burnt green leafy like substance. There was no arrest and the items were placed into evidence for destruction. The driver was issued a warning for the cracked windshield.
May 18 – Officers were dispatched to 129 Middleton Blvd. in reference to a drug overdose. Officer rendered aid to a white male and rendered aid with Narcan until EMS arrived. EMS also administered Narcan. The victim was transported to the hospital. Due to several pills and paraphernalia also being observed in the apartment, the incident remained under investigation.
May 18 – Officer J. M. Cobb was dispatched to 147 Middleton Blvd. in reference to a larceny. Mack Timothy Fowler, 54, 147 Middleton Blvd. reported a green metal trailer with a metal frame stolen from behind his apartment complex where it is stored. The trailer was valued at $1,000. Survelliance footage recorded a white male driving a red Expedition with black plastic piece on the hood cracked, attempted to steal another trailer with a red cover but couldn’t and then did steal the green trailer. /
May 18 – Vicky Marie Greer, 66, 221 Prince St. reported a silver 2012 Chevrolet Malibu valued at $4000 taken from her residence without her permission. Sgt. L. E. Mulz investigated.
May 18 – Officer J. M. Cobb recovered a stolen Orange Mongoose bicycle that was found on L. St. The bicycle was valued at $100.
May 13 – Officer r. Connor was dispatched to 8 Shirley Dr. in reference to an auto break-in. Jeffrey Dwayne Newsome, 43, reported a 12 gauge shotgun valued at $300 and a black visor with photos was taken from his 2003 Ford F-150.
May 11 – Vickie Dianne Reed, 64, 3-1-11) Church St., reported two credit cards removed from her purse. Lt. L. B. Culbertson investigated.