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The following complaints were filed at the Greenville Police Department during the period from April 22 through April 28:

April 22

A complaint was filed for theft of property, third degree, at Greenville High School when a CD player, valued at $125, was reported stolen.

A complaint was filed for menacing on Hickory Street.

A complaint was filed for theft of property, third degree, on Winkler Street when fish, valued at $25, were reported stolen.

A complaint was filed for theft of property, third degree, on Aztec Road when a boat, valued at $400, was reported stolen.

A complaint was filed for a bomb threat at the Butler County Courthouse.

A complaint was filed for criminal mischief, third degree, on Oglesby Street when damage, valued at $300, to a house was reported.

A complaint was filed for harassment on Government Street.

A complaint was filed for theft of property, third degree, at Wal-Mart when cologne, valued at $25, was reported stolen and later recovered.

A complaint was filed for disorderly conduct on Milner Street.

A complaint was filed for harassing communications at Greenville Police Department.

April 23

A complaint was filed for loud and excessive noise at the Front Street Pub.

A complaint was filed for a child in need of supervision on Haygood Drive.

A complaint was filed for theft of property, third degree, at Manner Court Apartments.

A complaint was filed for possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana, second degree, on Government Street.

A complaint was filed for public intoxication on Oglesby Street.

April 24

A complaint was filed for burglary, third degree, on Pineapple Highway when a case of Coca-Cola, valued at $325, was reported stolen.

A complaint was filed for theft of services, third degree, on Fort Dale Road.

A complaint was filed for theft of property, third degree, at the Hampton Inn when currency, valued at $80, was reported stolen.

A complaint was filed for leaving the scene of an accident at Wal-Mart when damage, valued at $2,800, was reported to a vehicle.

April 25

A complaint was filed for theft of property, third degree, at Cracker Barrel when property, valued at $22, was reported stolen.

A complaint was filed for child endangerment on Boutwell Street.

A complaint was filed for leaving the scene of an accident at Liberty Store when damage, valued at $300, was reported to a bumper.

A complaint was filed for leaving the scene of an accident on Winkler Street when damage, valued at $200, to a bumper was reported.

April 26

A complaint was filed for harassing communication on Gravel Hill Road.

A complaint was filed for forgery, third degree, on North College Street when a check, valued at $12.42, was reported stolen.

A complaint was filed for domestic violence, third degree, on Whittaker Street.

April 27

A complaint was filed for harassment on Interstate Drive.

A complaint was filed for harassing communications on Flowers Street.

A complaint was filed for assault, third degree, on World Street.

A complaint was filed for domestic violence, third degree, on East Perdue Street.

April 28

A complaint was filed for possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia on Interstate Drive.

The following arrest reports were filed at the Greenville Police Department during the period from April 20 through April 25:

April 20

Letitia Jones, 26, was arrested for failure to appear for driving while license suspended, failure to appear for driving while license revoked and failure to appear for speeding.

April 21

Bobby Gene Brooks, 32, was arrested for menacing.

April 22

Richard Devin Fulton, 19, was arrested for theft of property, third degree.

April 23

Thomas Earl Pettaway Jr., 44, was arrested for public intoxication.

Alan Gentry Gardner, 40, was arrested for failure to appear for child endangerment.

Archie J. Demings, 30, was arrested for possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana, second degree.

April 25

Alicia Renea Taylor, 26, was arrested for failure to appear for no drivers license, failure to appear for theft of property, third degree, failure to appear for driving while license suspended and possession of a forged instrument, second degree.

Latonya Taggard, 25, was arrested for harassing communications.

April 26

Charles Samuel Boler, 46, was arrested for public intoxication.

April 27

Micah T. Chappell, 22, was arrested for failure to appear for no insurance.

April 28

Lacey Mashell Ingram, 34, was arrested for harassing communications.

Lee Popwell, 30, was arrested for possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and giving a false name to a law enforcement officer.

Michael Charles Hooks, 40, was arrested for giving a false name to a law enforcement officer.