Clarification – In last week’s police report, Kimberly A. Moody, 280 Cheddar Rd., Belton was issued a UTT for driving under suspension after a gold color 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee was observed on Main St., with a left brake light not working.
According to the report, Moody stated that she was unaware that she was suspended. The officer was advised by Central Dispatch that the tag and drivers license were suspended due to cancellation of insurance.
Moody was issued a Uniform Traffic Ticket (UTT) courtesy summons. She was not arrested and transported to ACDC. A friend responded to the scene to take Moody home. Ellison Service Center took possession of the vehicle.
According to Moody, proof of insurance was provided to the Williamston Police Department the next day and the ticket was voided.
This week, Williamston Police Officers investigated the following incidents:
Aug. 25 – Raquel Ellen Tabares, 25, 108 Davis St. #1 Williamston reported an unknown suspect(s) had entered her apartment and removed several items. Sgt. K. J. Winn, G. Cremer investigated.
Aug. 25 – Austin Leneer Mosley, 22, 310 E. Carolina St., Williamston, was arrested for possession of schedule 1 controlled substance and outstanding warrant after officers observed him with a group of males standing in the road at 19 Jehue St. Moseley fled to 19 Jehue St. and then into the Kudzu behind the residence. He was placed under arrest for three outstanding warrants with Williamston Police Department. During the arrest a search incident located a plastic baggy of a brown rock like substance believed to be MDMA (“Molly”) in his pocket along with $1019 in currancy. He was transported to ACDC without incident. S. N. Robison investigated.