Williamston Police Report


Williamston Police Officers investigated an incident in which a man was shot in the leg and another in which a tractor was stolen. Among incidents investigated were:

Aug. 9 – David Rogers with the Town of Williamston reported vandalism of a water meter at 10 E. Fourth St. According to reports, the meter had a broken lock and other damage amounting to $500. M. Roberts, Z. T. Parks investigated.

Aug. 9 – Minyard Darrell Lewis, 41, 361 Crawford St, #S 550C, Williamston was arrested for an outstanding bench warrant with Anderson City after officers were dispatched to the area of Hillcrest Baptist Church regarding a man looking for a place to stay. T. L. Eichelberger investigated.

Aug. 11 – Tyler Terry Alexander, 27, 428 Old River Rd., Pelzer was placed on trespass notice for Hardees, 1520 Anderson Dr., after threatening employees and customers. Cpl. L. E. Mulz investigated.

Aug. 12 – Officers were dispatched to 313 East Carolina Street where Damion T. Sanders, 39, 510 Hamilton St., Williamston reported he had been shot in the leg by a white male in a silver or gray Honda Civic. Sanders hands were bagged and J. Richey of the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office reported to the hospital to conduct a gunshot residue test. Officer Bonnett met with the county unit at AnMed Health and picked up the test kit which was placed into evidence. M. Beeman investigated.

Aug. 12 – Robert Gary Davis, 49, 453 Ballard Rd., Pelzer walked into the WPD and reported his 2007 black Lexus ES350 had been keyed whicle at the Anderson School District One office. Damage was estimated at $1,000. Z. T. Parks investigated.

Aug. 15 – Betty Faye Smith, 64, Brookdale Drive reported a red and white Massey Ferguson 1045 tracter missing. The tractor was valued at $9,000. R. Drennon investigated.

Aug. 16 – Albino Dominguez-Viviano, 34, 117 Kirsch Dr., Williamston was arrested for no SC drivers license after officers observed a vehicle take off at a high rate of speed from a traffic light at Greenville Drive and Hamilton St. According to reports, Albino had a Mexico drivers license. He was arrested and transported to ACDC. Cpl. L. E. Mulz investigated.