Williamston Police Report


The Williamston Police Department made several arrests for outstanding bench warrants and cited one person for burning leaves in the town.

Nov. 22 – Gregory Osborne Allen, 31, 151 Bell Weather Dr., Duncan was arrested for open container and possession of a controlled substance after a black Impala was observed on Greenville Drive. Reports state an open 12 ounce can of Coors Light and a piece of aluminum foil with four yellow pills were found. Cpl. L. E. Mulz, J. Rogers investigated.

Nov. 27 – WPD assisted Greenville County Sheriff’s Office in serving warrants on Anthony Daquan Dean, 19, 18 Brown St., Williamston. Dean had outstanding warrants for attempted murder, discharging a firearm and possession of a weapon during a crime of violence. He was taken into custody at the residence and released to Greenville County. J. Eppes investigated.

Nov. 22 – Lewis Edward Sloan Jr., 54, 3336 Keys St., Anderson was arrested for three outstanding warrants after Anderson County Sheriff’s Office notified WPD that he was in custody. Warrants were for seat belt violation, too fast for conditions and driving under suspension. J. Rogers investigated.

Nov. 21 – A Williamston resident on E 4th St., was cited for burning in the city limits after officers were dispatched in reference to burning leaves. Reports state a 13-year-old male was burning leaves he had raked for his grandmother. J. Rogers investigated.

Nov. 19 – Jonathan Ryan Kelly, 27, 216 Williamston Court was arrested for assault and battery 3rd and malicious injury to personal property after officers responded to the apartment in reference to an assault. Katie Elizabeth Hicks, 23, 308 Anita Cr., Williamston reported Kelly kicked the driver’s side door of her vehicle causing it to strike her arm. K. D. Lollis investigated.

Nov. 21 – Louis Cruz Jimenez, 36, 104 Byran Ct., Williamston was arrested for no SC drivers license after a vehicle was observed traveling at a high rate of speed on Belton Dr. He was cited for the speed law violation. J. Eppes investigated.