Fleeing vehicle leads officers on high speed chase, through field


Williamston Police Report follows

William Samuel Stone, 29, 110A Lewis Street Belton was recently arrested for possession of meth, possession of drug paraphernalia and failure to stop for a blue light after officers observed a gold sedan in the parking lot and at the ATM of Upstate Federal Credit Union on North Hamilton St.

According to the Jan. 6 incident report, the vehicle left the parking lot onto Roberts Blvd. and then accelerated and attempted to elude officers. The vehicle ran several stop signs and traveled at excessive speeds for approximately eight miles at which time officers ended the prusuit due to safety concerns. While attempting to flee, the vehicle went through a field at Cherokee Dr. Officers, knowing the area, went to Midway Road to see if the vehicle reentered the roadway.

While stopped on the shoulder, officers observed the vehicle attempt to enter the roadway but struck a drainage ditch and became stuck. The white male driver jumped out of the drivers side window and proceeded to flee on foot. After a short foot pursuit, the driver stopped and was taken into custody.

The vehicle, a 2001 Camry had a tag registered to a Honda Accord.

A search of the vehicle found two hypodermic needles and a plastic baggy containing .2 grams of small crystal like shards field tested positive as methamphetamine. S. N. Robison investigated.


Williamston Police Officers also investigated several incidents involving drugs and/or alcohol recently. Among indents investigated were:

Jan. 16 – Gregory Floyd Collins, 54, 405 Silver Maple Ct., Flethcer, NC was arrested for open container in a vehicle, speeding 44/35 and expired license plate after a Acura was observed coming into town on Belton Drive traveling above the posted speed limit.

The Kustom Golden Eagle II radar unit was activated and registered the vehicle to be traveling 48 mph n a 35 mph zone. The tag on the vehicle was expired in Sept. 2014. An expired registration for the vehicle was also presented. An open bottle of vodka was found in the vehicle. Sgt. K. J. Winn investigated.

Feb. 3 – Kely Danett Whitfield, 39, 13624 Hwy. 20, Belton reported the decal stolen from her vehicle tag. J. T. Hunt investigated.

Feb. 7 – Stephanie Roxann Ward, 25, 314 Mahaffey St,. Williamston was arrested for an outstanding warrant with Anderson City after officers observed two suspicious persons walking on E. Main St. The second person, identified only as Kelley, also had an active family court warrant with Greenville County and was arrested. S. Looney, Cpl. L. E. Mulz investigated.

Feb. 6 – Rebecca Nicole Saylors, 31, 14 Glendale Ave., Williamston was placed on trespass notice for Goodys, 17 Pelzer Ave., Williamston after officers were dispatched to the store. Cpl. L. E. Mulz, K. S. Looney investigated.

Feb. 6 – Officers were dispatched to Goody’s, 17 Pelzer Ave. in reference to a shoplifting incident. As officers were investigating, two suspects, a white male and white female left the store and left the area before officers could make contact. Cpl. L. E. Mulz, K. W. Looney investigated.

Feb. 7 – Officers investigated a suspicious vehicle in the roadway at Campbell Street at Edgewood Avenue. According to reports a green Chevrolet Sonic LT, with no registered owner, was left in the road at Campbell St. The vehicle had a dealer paper tag however no vehicles were reported stolen by the dealer. The vehicle was towed. Cpl. L. E. Mulz, K. S. Looney investigated.

Feb. 7 – Roger Dale King, 52, 112 Wateree Drive, Williamston was arrested for simple possession of marijuana after officers observed a red Chevrolet Truck on Anderson Drive with one working head lamp. A black plastic knotted bag containing 9.6 grams of a green leafy substance believed to be marijuana was found in his pocket. King also had an outstanding warrant with Greenville County.

Feb. 7 – Amanda Lynne Dixon, 36, 1619 Dunklin Bridge Rd., Honea Path was arrested for driving under suspension after a vehicle was observed on Anderson Drive with bright head lamps on while meeting traffic. She was transported to ACDC for driving under suspension and issued warnng citation for improper lights and a UTT for driving under suspension. K. S. Looney, Cpl. L. E. Mulz investigated.

Feb. 8 – Dominique Sanchez Williams, 22, 2211 Hudson Corners, Greer was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia after officers observed a black male running from the rear of BB&T bank and jumped into the passenger seat of a Chrysler Sebring parked at SavWay. A black digital scale with green residue on top was found in his front jacket pocket. S. N. Robison investigated.

Feb. 8 – Jeffery Scot Dalton, 29, 108 Mahaffey Rd., Williamston was arrested for possession of meth after a burgundy Honda Civic was observed on Rogers St. with a broken tail light cover. A small plastic baggy with .05 grams of crystal shards field tested postitive as methamphetmine was found in the seat. S. N. Robison investigated.

Feb. 8 – Robert Anthony Evatt, 30, 12 Calhoun St., Williamston was issued a courtesy summons for driving under suspension after a vehicle was observed on Anderson Drive without any head lamps on. K. s. Looney, Cpl. L. E. Mulz investigated.

Feb. 9 – Ruth Elizabeth Guthrie, 70, 611 S. Hamilton St., Williamston reported a burglary in which several firearms belonging to her grandson were stolen. Forced entry was gained through the back door. The guns were valued at $1350. Sgt. K. J. Winn investigated.