Williamston Police Report


Williamston Police Officers investigated a prowler, theft of items including a motorcycle and an incident related to the mayor’s race in Williamston.Among incidents investigated were: Aug. 15 – A Williamston resident reported finding two brown color pill bottles on the side of the road on Longview Drive. A third bottle was found containing 27 white color pills with marking “Protonix.” No other infomation was available and the bottles and contents were retained as found property. Codes Ofc. J. Harris investigated.

Aug. 15 – Jimmy Todd Ellison, 2 Tyson St., Williamston reported an unknown person dressed in all black clothing knocked at the front door and fled on foot in an unknown direction. Officers were unable to locate a person fitting the description. M. E. Simmons investigated.

Aug. 14 – Justin Andre Campbell, 17, 416 Belton Dr., Apr. was arrested for criminal domestic violence after officers responded to the apartment in reference to an assault. Arielle Alewine reported Campbell assaulted her. Reports state Campbell pushed her, held her arms and held her against a car. There was evidence of injury to Alewine’s arm.

Aug. 14 – Melinda Gail Erwin, 33, 10 Traxler Ave., Williamston reported someone pulled the back screen door open and what sounded like the lock breaking. No offender could be located. B Rory investigated.

Aug. 14 – Cody Douglas Poore, 25, 831 Austin Rd., Belton reported CDs and a tacklebox valued at $150 removed from a vehicle parked at 109 East 1st St. K. D. Lollis investigated.

Aug. 14 – Melissa Davenport Crowder, 43, 5 Fennell St., Pelzer was arrested for outstanding bench warrant after being transported from the Anderson County Detention Center. D. M. Stipe investigated.

Aug. 13 – R. Mack Durham, 107 River Dr., Williamston reported a possible violation of the Hatch Act in reference to the mayors race for the Town of Williamston. (See separate story) Lt. T. A. Striss investigated.

Aug. 10 – William Anthony Ambrose, 52, 217 Hall Rd., Easley reported a burglary at 7 Springdale Drive in which a 2005 Yamaha motorcycle was taken from an open garage. The motorcycle, valued at $2,500 was recovered nearby and had apparently been pushed across a field to an adjacent street. Sgt. K. J. Winn, M. E. Simmons investigated.

Williamston Police Report