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Williamston Police Officers investigated the following incidents during October:
Oct. 30 – Officer R. C. Burgess was dispatched to the area of S. Academy St, in reference to shots fired in the area but found no signs of shots being fired.
Oct. 30 – Officer J. Cobb was dispatched to 211 Crawford St. in reference to a suspicious vehicle. A white 2006 BMW sedan was found parked in the roadway and was towed.
Oct. 28 – Nathan Douglas Loveland, 29, 701 H I Taylor Rd. was issued a summons for disregarding a stop sign after a vehicle was observed disregarding a stop sign on Minor St. at Middleton Dr. A passenger in the vehicle had 15 grams of a green leafy substance which was seized and placed into evidence. Reporting officer was J. S. Grinnell.
Oct. 25 – Charlene Kay Aylor, 59, 113 C St., reported a broken window on the left side of her house. The window was valued at $100. W. A. Smith investigated.
Oct. 24 – Sidney Brie Carter-Samuelson, 31, was arrested for outstanding warrant after an orange SUV was observed on Belton Drive traveling 47 mph in a 35 mph zone. Carter-Samuelson had an outstanding warrant out of Honea Path for malicious damage to property. She was issued a warning for speeding and arrested for the outstanding warrant. Honea Path police transported her to ACDC.
Oct. 23 – Officer J. McCoy responded to a report of shots fired in the area of Tripp St., and Bigby St. During the investigation, Tevin Lindsey flagged down officers and stated the shots were fired in front of the residence at 13 Randall St., Lindsey stated that 10 to 12 shots were fired from a vehicle, but he believed the suspect was firing into the air and not at the house. No signs of bullet impact were located on the house or vehicles. Officers did find 12 brass .380 shell casings in front of the residence. A witness stated that a black Honda Civic with tinted windows and loud exhaust was the suspect vehicle that she saw. The suspect vehicle could not be located.
Oct. 18 – Eric Tyler Simpson, 32, 1005 Saluda Drive reported a catalytic converter valued at $600 removed from a 2011 Chevy Impala. M. Jackson investigated.
Oct. 16 – A woman walked into the WPD and stated she found a cell phone in her front yard on Garren Road. The black Samsung phone, valued at $400, was placed into evidence. W. N. Crawford was reporting officer.
Oct. 16 – Officer J. M. Cobb was dispatched to 2 Park Dr., where Deandrea Malene Henderson, 29, reported a black male juvenile and two other males were seen standing across from her residence. The black male juvenile approached the front porch and yelled out to the other males that there was a ring camera and everyone ran off.
Oct. 16 – Michael I Thalassinos, 52, 138 Crown Ct., Williamston reported an unknown subject broke into his blue GMC pichup truck which was parked at the address. There were no signs of forced entry. J. Grinnell was reporting officer.
Oct. 15 – Curtis Antonia Williams, 36, 212 Broad St,. Williamston was issued a warning for failure to come to a complete stop after a 2006 Chevrolet Impala was observed at the intersection of Gossett Dr. and Williams St. According to reports, a clear baggy containing a green leafy substance was found in the right front pocket of a passenger in the vehicle and a brown cigar with a green leafy substance was found on the passenger side floor board. No arrest was made. J. S. Grinnell was reporting officer.
Oct. 9 – A wallet was found at McDonald’s, 4 W. Main St., outside the restaurant. The wallet was turned into the SPD and placed into evidence. D. R. Hart was reporting officer.
Oct. 7 – Larry Shane Cunningham, 46, 536 Eastview Rd.l, Pelzer was arrested for outstanding warrant after a white 2003 Honda Shadow motorcycle was observed on East Main St. The tag on the motorcycle was registered to a Harley Davidson motorcycle. The driver did not have a drivers license and had an outstanding warrant with the SC Dept. of Probation, Pardon and Parole. There was also no insurance on the cycle. He was arrested on the outstanding warrant and transported to ACDC. The motorcycle was towed. J. McCoy was reporting officer.