Williamston Police Report

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Williamston Police Officers investigated the following incidents:
Aug. 11 – Sgt. D. R. Hart responded to 221 Mauldin St., Williamston in reference to a domestic incident in which both parties stated they did not want to pursue charges.
Aug. 10 – Officer D. Vickery was dispatched to Family Dollar, 1505 Anderson St., in reference to a shoplifting incident. According to reports video showed a white female in her last 30s take a trash can out of the store without purchasing it. The incident remains under investigation.
Aug. 9 – Troy Randall Woodson, 68, 317 Belton Dr., reported an unknown subject entered his 2018 Dodge Ram pickup truck and removed a 380 pistol from the glove box. Lt. L. B. Culbertson Jr., investigated.
Aug. 8 – Nautija Aiesha Heard, 24, 11 W 3rd St., Williamston and Cyle Daryl Drury, 28, of the same address, were arrested for criminal domestic violence after officers were dispatched to the location. According to reports, Heard stated she was attacked by her boyfriend Drury who had hit her and tackled her after she had pushed him during a verbal argument. She also stated she had been bitten by Drury. Drury confirmed the information and stated Heard had also bitten him and bruised his right arm. It was determined both parties had engaged in “mutual combat” so both were arrested for CDV. Both were issued tickets and later transported to ACDC.M. Jackson investigated.
Aug. 7 – Jaden Arial Hayes, 19, 412 Parker St., Williamston reported her black/brown German Shepard dog had possibly been stolen from its kennel. The animal was valued at $1200.
Aug. 6 – Michael Jonah Gilstrap, 27, 826 Pickens Dr., Liberty was issued a summons for possession of meth after a silver Honda HRC rolled through a stop sign at Minor St. and Ida Tucker. Gilstrap had an ID card and had one prior DUS in the last 5 years for failure to pay reinstatement fee. A small bag of a white crystal like substance, field tested positive for methamphetamine, was found in his wallet. There was approximately 1.6 grams of the substance. Gilstrap was issued a UTT for DUS 2nd and a warning for failure to stop at a stop sign. The vehicle was towed.
Aug. 5 – Jubar Tajh Akeem Hampton, 33, 108 LA PAZ St., Pendleton was issued three summons and two warnings after a blue 1994 Nissan was observed on Williams St. According to reports, the driver side door was open while the vehicle was in the flow of traffic and the left side brake light was defective. The vehicle turned right on Mill St. and the driver’s side door was again observed open. The vehicle tag was from a Lexus. Hampton was issued summons for expired tag, no proof of insurance and no registration in possession/display of ownership. He was issued warnings for defective equipment and door opening in traffic flow. J. Cobb investigated.
Aug. 3 – William Anthony Williams, 60, 104 Wateree Ln., Williamston was arrested for several drug violations after WPD received a call regarding a suspicious vehicle at West 2nd and Academy St. According to reports, officers observed Williams with no shoes, pants unzipped and he appeared disorientated. During a terry frisk, officers found a clear bag with approximately 4.7 grams of a green leafy substance believed to be marijuana, a pill bottle with no name on the label, 15 round white pills tamped *843) (TEVA). Also a clear ziplock style bag with an off white crystal-like substance which appeared to be methamphetamine. A boot found inside his vehicle also contained a substance believed to be methamphetamine. Lt. L. B. Culbertson Jr., D. R Hart investigated.
Aug. 2 – Officer D. Vickery was dispatched to 543 W. Main St., Williamston in reference to a hit and run in the parking lot where Aimee Darnell, 49, 259 Hardwood Rd., Williamston reported a silver Ford F150 with a trailer hit the driver’s side rear bumper of her 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe.
Aug. 1 – Kaylee Summerline Ferguson, 25, 1101 Keys Dr., Williamston reported a Soho Baby Chandler 6 drawer dresser delivered to her front porch on July 8 while she and her husband were out of town. When they returned there was no dresser at the residence. The dresser valued at $510 came from M Design Village in Somerset NJ. The company was contacted by Ferguson and she was advised to obtain a police report. J. Cobb investigated.