GPD reports filed between Oct. 19 – Oct. 26, 2012

Published 3:35pm Friday, October 26, 2012

The following incident and offense reports were filed by the Greenville Police Department between Oct. 19 – Oct. 26, 2012.

Oct. 19

  • Menacing from the intersection of Government Street and Bolling Street, Greenville
  • Possession of marijuana, second degree, from West Commerce Street

Oct. 20

  • Domestic violence, third degree, from 612 Steele Circle, Greenville

Oct. 21

  • Domestic violence, third degree, from 320 Bell Street, Greenville
  • Leaving the scene of an accident from 943 Fort Dale Rd., Greenville
  • Domestic violence from the 400 Block of Hicks St., Greenville
  • Theft of property, third degree, from no address listed, Greenville
  • Domestic violence, third degree, from no address listed, Greenville

Oct. 22

  • Fraudulent use of credit/debit card from 81 Jameson Ln., Greenville
  • Theft of property, third degree, from no address listed, Greenville

Oct. 23

  • Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle and theft of property, second degree, from the Butler County Health Department, Greenville
  • Burglary, third degree, from 2621 Pineapple Hwy., Greenville
  • Harassment, from Piggly Wiggly, Greenville
  • Leaving the scene of an accident from Family Dollar, Greenville
  • Unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle from 631 East Commerce St., Greenville
  • Lost property from Fort Dale Road, Greenville

Oct. 24

  • Criminal mischief, third degree, from no address listed, Greenville
  • Criminal mischief, second degree, from Commerce Street, Greenville
  • Robbery, first degree, and burglary, first degree, from the 400 Block of S. Conecuh Street, Greenville

Oct. 25

  • Domestic violence, third degree, from the 100 Block of First Street, Greenville
  • Theft of property, second degree, from no address listed, Greenville
  • Civil matter from East Commerce Street, Greenville
  • Miscellaneous report from Pizza Hut, Greenville

Oct. 26

  • Resisting arrest and public intoxication from N. Caldwell Street and Few Street, Greenville

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