Williamston Police Report


Williamston Police Officers investigated a fight incident involving a 17 year old and a 13 year old, and an incident in which a hive of bees located in a resident’s tree. Among incidents investigated were the following;

Apr. 4 – Dale Lamar Stowers, 25, 171 Patterson St., Hartwell, Ga., was arrested for no drivers license, operating and uninsured vehicle and speeding after a white Honda Acura was observed traveling 35 mph in a 25 mph zone on West Main St. R. Drennon, A. Eliopoulos investigated.

Apr. 3 – Candice Marie White, 23, 9B Walter Dr., Travelers Rest was arrested for outstanding warrant for petit larceny after WPD was notified that Simpsonville Police Department had her in custody. A. Eliopoulos, R. Drennon investigated.

Apr. 3 – Desterian Alexander Kelly, 17, 126 W First St., Williamston was arrested for assault and battery 3rd degree after officers responded to Academy St. near Broad St in reference to several males yelling at each other. According to reports, Kelly pushed a 13 year old juvenile several times and then struck him after the juvenile threw the first punch. A Eliopoulos, R. Drennon investigated.

Apr. 7 – Evan Michael Sexton, 17, 2 W Fourth St., Williamston reported a tag valued at $24 stolen from a Toyota Camry. J. Rogers investigaated.

Apr. 7 – A resident on Crawford St. reported a large hive of bees in a tree. Reports state a limb on one of the trees was leaning over and touching the ground with a large hive of bees on it. The resident was advised to notify Anderson County animal control and to limit children’s movement ouside until the bees were removed. J. Rogers investigated.

Apr. 6 – Luis Raul Anaya, 29, 504 Walden Parkway, Anderson was arrested for outstanding bench warrant after Anderson City Police notified WPD that he was in custody. C. Whitfield investigated.

Apr. 5 – Charles Victor Davis, 48, 116 Oakland Terrace, Williamston was arrested for driving under suspension after a brown 2005 Jeep Liberty was observed traveling on East Main St. with two defective brake lights and a defective tag light. J. Rogers investigated.