Category Archives: Crime

Williamston Police Report

Williamston Police Officers investigated the following incidents:
March 14 – Officers issued a trespass notice for the Dollar General Store at 526 West Main St. to Frederick Mason Jenkins Jr. Jenkins was at the store harassing a female employee he had once dated. Officer Stephen Kay handled the call.

Anderson County residents face federal gun, drug charges

Anderson Group Indicted on Federal Gun and Drug Charges – Shemika Alfrida Parson Williams, age 35, Kevin Lynn Hargraves, age 32, and Johnny Lee Smith, age 26, all of Anderson, South Carolina, were charged in a four-count indictment with possession of firearms by

Williamston Police Report

Williamston Police officers reported a light week of activity. Among incidents investigated were the following:

Greenville County Deputies featured on Live PD show

Beginning this week Deputies with the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office will be featured on A&E’s new “Live PD” television show. The show airs every Friday from 9pm-12am. A&E offers viewers an unscreened and unfiltered look inside the country’s busiest police forces and this spring the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office will be one of the featured agencies.

Williamston Police Report

Williamston Police Officers investigated the following incidents:
Feb. 28 – Palmetto High School reported a vandalism incident in which an anonymous person spray painted various sayings in multiple locations using blue spray paint. Damage was estimated at $1500. J. Sargent, Sgt. L. E. Mulz investigated.

Stolen car recovered – Pelzer

A suspect is taken into custody after a reported stolen car was spotted by police. The car was apparently stolen in West Pelzer Monday morning. The vehicle was seen Monday night and officers attempted to stop it. The driver did not stop before wrecking on Orr Street in Pelzer. He was taken into custody and was checked out by Pelzer EMS. (Photo by David Rogers)

Williamston Police Report

Williamston Police Officers investigated the following incidents:
Feb. 21 – John David Outlaw, 43, 14 Spring St., West Pelzer was arrested for possession of marijuana and two outstanding warrants after officers responded to 108 L St in reference to serving a warrant. According to reports, Outlaw was found in the bathroom and had 4.02 grams of a green leafy like substance field tested positive as marijuana. He was transported to WPS, issued a UTT for simple possession of marijuana and transported to ACDC. K. Anthony investigated.

Police investigate graffiti incident at Palmetto High

The Williamston Police Department is investigating a vandalism incident in which graffiti was spray painted on outside walls, sidewalk and doors at Palmetto High School and other nearby businesses on Hamilton Street.
According to Williamston Police Chief Tony Taylor, the incident in not gang related but appears to be anti-establishment and anti-God. Chief Taylor said the suspect is believed to be a student.
In addition to several places at the school, graffiti was spray painted on a bus at Palmetto High as well as Unity Mortuary and the Stop-n-Go located on Hamilton Street, approximately 1/4 mile from the school.
Police investigators do have video of the suspect, Taylor said.
Taylor said the incident is the first graffiti miscellaneous damage report the department has had in awhile.

Williamston Police Report

Williamston Police Officers investigated the following incidents:
Feb. 20 – Officers were dispatched to 4 River Drive in reference to a domestic dispute. Information in the reports was lengthy however no arrest was made. The incident remains under investigation. B. K. Creel investigated.

Williamston Police Report

Williamston Police Officers investigated the following incidents:
Feb. 8 – Deborah Ann Martin, 61, 134 Whippoorwill Rd., Pelzer was arrested for leaving the scene of an accident after officers received a call about a hit and run incident in which a fire hydrant on North Hamilton St. was damaged. According to reports, there was a piece of a green truck at the scene and the hydrant was completely disconnected from the pipe. Damage was estimated at $12,000. After checking with local towing services on the rotation list, it was found that a truck had been towed from

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following incidents:
EASLEY
Feb. 10 – R.T. Duncan responded to the WalMart store at 11410 Anderson Rd., where he apprehended Vinson Jordan, WM, 44, 6’1″, 156 pounds, black/brn, of Easley. Jordan had two Batman watches concealed on his person, and he was issued a citation for shoplifting.

Williamston Police Report

Williamston Police Report Number 2
Williamston Police Officers investigated the following incidents:
Jan. 31 – Kristi Lee Evatt Moore, 37, 13 Calhoun St, Williamston was placed on trespass notice for Dollar General, 526 West Main St., Williams after officers were dispatched to the store. Evatt-Moore was listed as missing through the Anderson City Police Dept. and after notifying ACPD she was no longer missing she was removed from NCIC. Sgt. L. E. Mulz investigated.

Williamston Police Report

Williamston police officers investigated the following incidents:
Jan. 29 – Karen Weaver Tomkins, 57, 117 Dickerson Rd., Williamston reported items taken from 517 Gossett Drive. Forced entry was gained through the back door causing damage. A lock on a building in the back was also pried open. Missing items included fishing equipment, tools, several pieces of furniture and collectable Pepsi items. The incident remains under investigation. B. K. Creel investigated.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Andeson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the follwoing incidents:
PELZER
Feb. 4 – K.P. McAlister responded to the Pelzer Food Mart at 7001 Hwy. 29 N where the clerk, Karen Morales, reported that a white male, 30-39 years old, 5’6″, 180 pounds, name withheld by the ACSO, had entered the store and said he was going to destroy it so that his girlfriend, who works there, would get fired. He then proceeded to smash a glass display and fled the store. Nitinkumar Patel,the store owner, pressed charges for the damage, which was estimated at $500. The suspect could not be located, and the case was presented to a magistrate for a warrant.

Anderson County Sheriff’s Report

Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated the following incident:
UPDATE – A wanted suspect ,James Thaddeus Robinson, was taken into custody early Tuesday morning, January 24.  He was seen about 3:50am that morning in a red Ford Fusion on E. River Street in Anderson.  The vehicle displayed an improper tag.  Deputies attempted a traffic stop but Robinson fled the scene. 

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