A Summerville woman was jailed three times in less than a week’s time, according to city police reports.
Sandy Waynette Wilson, 42, of Summerville Garden Apartments, first got into trouble around 11:40 p.m. on Sept. 15. She showed up at 178 Given Street and made a campfire in the backyard. Wilson refused to leave when asked by the homeowner.
“Emma Warren that lives at this residence advised [me] that she asked Ms. Wilson to leave the residence several times. Ms. Wilson didn’t know why she was at that residence,” Summerville Patrolman Matthew Wilson stated.
This was the first encounter with Ms. Wilson which resulted in her being jailed for loitering and prowling, according to reports.
The second encounter and arrest happened at 6:14 p.m. on Sept. 17 at the Summerville Garden Apartments. Wilson had refused to leave her daughter’s apartment. Once again she was arrested, this time for disorderly conduct.
“[I] had several complaints at the Summerville Gardens [apartments] that Ms. Wilson was acting very strange and violent at times. Ms. Wilson was advised to go to her mother’s and stay. She refused,” Officer Roy Williams stated.
Wilson was arrested again for disorderly conduct, according to jail reports.