Williamston Police Report


Williamston Police Officers investigated the following incidents:

July 6 – Officers investigated an abandoned vehicle at 600 Parker St.. The blue-green Pontiac was unoccupied and had several gas/fuel jugs in the vehicle. The vehicle tag was registered to another vehicle. Neither the vehicle nor the tag had been reported stolen. The tag was removed from the vehicle and the vehicle was towed. M. Roberts investigated.

July 2 – Kevin B. Adams, 65, 11 Forest Lane Williamston reported the theft and use of a Discover card. The card was stolen from his mailbox and attempted to be used at the Fast Fuel, 207 W. Main St,. in Williamston. The card had not been activated and was declined. Class 3 B. Peterson investigated.

July 5 – Waymon Sims, 73, 121 Compton R,. Anderson reported a break-in at a shed at 21 Moorings St., in Williamston. According to reports a padlock and side door were damaged and parts of the building were removed and several items were missing. Damage was estimated at $200 and stolen items valued at $100. M. Roberts investigated.

July 7 – Christopher Thor Thrasher, 17, 411 McAlister Rd., Williamston was arrested for an outstanding warrant in Williamston after officers were notified that Anderson County Sheriff’s Office Environmental Unit Officer had him detained. The outstanding warrant was for disturbing schools. He was arrested and transported to ACDC. M. Roberts investigated.

July 7 – Weylin Dale Anderson, 24, 5101 Highway 29 N., Williamston was arrested for possession of marijuana after a suspicious car was reported at an abandoned house on E. 3rd. Street. The tag on the blue Chevy was registered to a Jeep. A yellow box was found in the front passenger compartment that smelled of marijuana. A clear plastic baggie containing approximately 1 gram of a green leafy like substance was found on Anderson. He was placed under arrest and transported to ACDC without incident. J. Sargent investigated.

July 1 – Kimberly Faye Manley, 30, 118 Gray Circle, Iva reported items taken from 201 Duckworth Dr., in Williamston. According to reports, tiems taken included a Frigidaire side by side refrigerator valued at $500; a GE Flat stove valued at $1,000; a hot water heater valued at $385; an HVAC unit valued at $5,000, assorted clothing valued at $300; assorted childrens toys valued at $200; a computer desk valued at $150; a washer and dryer valued at $600 and window blinds valued at $50. Total value of items taken amounted to $7500. PTL/SRO G. S. Hawkins investigated.

July 9 – Kevon Tae Travell Thomas, 21, 65 Centry Circle #600, Greenville was arrested for driving under suspension for DUI after officers received a complaint that there was a white car parked at the front door of McDonalds and the passenger was asleep with a gun in his lap. Officers observed the vehicle leave the parking lot and a traffic stop was conducted near Green Street. A Glock model 21 S/N: BAG460 was found under the passenger seat of the vehicle. A 16 year old juvenile was also arrested. Thomas was cited for Driving Under Suspension and the juvenile was transported to the WPD and turned over to his mother and father. The firearm was place into evidence. A copy of the report was sent to DJJ with a referral for unlawful carry of a handgun. Cpl. L. E. Mulz investigated.

July 10 – Crystal Haynes Pearson, 30, 1110 Orr St., Pelzer was arrested for outstanding warrant after West Pelzer PD notified Williamston PD that she was in custody. She was arrested and transported to ACDC. Cpl. L. E. Mulz investigated.

July 10 – Alan Dale Stone, Jr., 34, 406 Parker St., Williamston was arrested for drug/narcotic and drug equipment violations after officers were dispatched to the address in regards to someone in the house smoking marijuana and who would not leave. According to reports, a small amount of marijuana was found along with 7 Klonopin pills in a plastic bag and several hypodermic needles. A 3 inch long glass pipe was also in the room. R. Drennon investigated.

July 11 – Star Lynn Julian, 406 Parker St., Williamston reported a 22 cal rifle valued at $300 missing from the residence. K. Anthony investigated.

July 11 – David Rogers, Town of Williamston reported vandalism to town property at 12 College St., According to reports windows were busted out and a sink torn from a wall. Damage was estimated at $2000. Z. T. Parks investigated.

July 11 – Officers investigated an incident in which an unknown white male was seen rolling a neighbors motorcycle down the street. When confronted, the subject dropped the motorcycle and fled the scene.M. Roberts, Z. T. Parks investigated.

July 12 – Donovan Shayne Trueland, 24, 602 Williams St,. Williamston reported a burglary and vandalism in which a light was broken, a large floor model television was flipped over, the stove was turned over and ketchup and mustard were all over the walls and floor. Items missing included a Super Nintendo valued at $50, a 36” Panasonic TV valued at $40, a gold statue and a Oknyo radio receiver. T. L. Eichelberger investigated.