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The following complaints were filed at the Greenville Police Department during the period from June 5 through June 21:

June 5

n A complaint was made for domestic violence and assault on Oglesby Street.

n A complaint was made for harassment at Wal-Mart.

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A complaint was made for criminal mischief on Pineapple Highway.

Damages in $60 were done when two tires were flattened.

n A complaint was filed at Chevron on Fort Dale Road for a minor in possession of alcohol.

June 6

n A complaint was filed for domestic violence and harassment on Boswell Street.

n A complaint was filed for receiving stolen property on Hillside Drive.

The property was one miniature poodle, valued at $200.

n A complaint was filed for theft of property on North Perry Street.

The item was one Alabama car tag, valued at $27.25.

n A complaint was filed for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest on South Conecuh Street.

June 7

n A complaint was filed for harassment on Mobile Road.

n A complaint was filed for theft of property on Gamble Street.

One bicycle, valued at $100, was stolen.

n A complaint was filed for harassment on School Highland Road.

n A complaint was filed for harassment on East World Street.

n A complaint was filed for disorderly conduct on Milner Street.

June 8

n A complaint was made for domestic violence on Chalet Drive.

n A complaint was made for theft of property at Cracker Barrel.

One newspaper machine, valued at $400, and seven newspapers, valued at $11, were taken.

n A complaint was made for harassing communications on South Park Street.

June 9

n A complaint was filed on Aztec Road for a minor in possession of alcohol.

One 12-pack of Bud Light was recovered, valued at $9.

n A complaint was filed for criminal mischief and theft of property on East Commerce Street.

One vending machine received $200 in damages, and $40.40 worth of assorted chips and candies were stolen.

n A complaint was filed for menacing and domestic violence on Hickory Street.

n A complaint was filed for menacing on Winkler Street.

n A complaint was filed for harassment on Winkler Street.

n A complaint was filed for menacing and domestic violence on Hickory Street.

n A complaint was filed for domestic violence and harassment on West Field Street.

n A complaint was filed for harassing communications and trespassing on Jameson Lane.

n A complaint was filed for theft of property on Cedar Street.

$800 in cash was stolen.

June 15

n A complaint was made for criminal trespassing on North College Street.

n A complaint was made for harassment on Lucille Street.

n A complaint was made for miscellaneous information.

One flip phone, valued at $129, was taken.

June 16

n A complaint was filed for menacing, domestic violence and criminal mischief at Perdue Village.

One set of house keys, valued at $5, was taken, and one doorjamb received $100 in damages.

n A complaint was filed for harassment and criminal mischief at Meadowcrest Apartments.

June 17

n A complaint was filed for burglary at Jordan's Grocery on North College Street.

Four packs of cigarettes, valued at $12.60, were taken.

n A complaint was filed for menacing and criminal trespassing on West Gamble Street.

n A complaint was filed for criminal mischief at Heatherton Apartments.

One front windshield received $350 in damages.

n A complaint was filed for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest at the Greenville Terrace Apartments.

n A complaint was filed for domestic violence, third degree, and harassment at the Human Resources Building.

n A complaint was filed for an overdose at Perdue Place.

n A complaint was filed for miscellaneous at Wal-Mart.

One cell phone, valued at $200, was lost.

n A complaint was filed for theft of property at the Chevron on Fort Dale Road.

Someone drove off without paying for $26 in gas.

n A complaint was filed for harassing communications at Day's Inn.

n A complaint was filed for theft of property on East Commerce Street.

A 1993 white Volvo truck, valued at $15,000, was stolen.

Also, a 1974 Dorsey dump trailer, valued at $10,000, was stolen.

June 18

n A complaint was made for harassing communications on Executive Drive.

n A complaint was made for theft of property at McBride's Chevron.

Someone drove off without paying for $15.14 in gas.

June 19

n A complaint was filed for assault and criminal trespassing on West Perdue Street.

n A complaint was filed for an attempted suicide on Executive Drive.

n A complaint was filed for theft of property at Wal-Mart.

Someone drove off with four new tires, valued at $272.

n A complaint was filed for burglary on Clubhouse Drive.

One double-paned window and one door lock received $245 in damages, and $55 in cash was stolen.

n A complaint was filed for harassment on World Street.

n A complaint was filed for recovered stolen property on South Street.

One brown purse, one change purse, one checkbook register, one address book, one prescription bottle and assorted papers, all valued at $19, had been taken.

n A complaint was filed for theft of property at the Roadmaster B.P. on Fort Dale Road.

Someone drove off without paying for $3.06 in gas.

n A complaint was filed for theft of property on Fort Dale Road.

Someone drove off without paying for $26.29 in gas.

n A complaint was filed for theft of property at the Chevron on Fort Dale Road.

Someone drove off without paying for $34 in gas.

June 20

n A complaint was filed for burglary on West Commerce Street.

One glass door panel received $50 in damages.

n A complaint was filed for burglary at Greenville Pediatrics on Fort Dale Road.

Someone took 24 bottles of narcotic cough syrup, valued at $300, and $8 in cash.

n A complaint was filed for burglary and harassing communications on Chalet Drive.

n A complaint was filed for harassment on West Perdue Street.

n A complaint was filed for harassment at Greenwood Estates.

June 21

n A complaint was filed for burglary on West Commerce Street.

One change jug, assorted chips and candies and several soft drinks, all valued at $384, were taken, along with $130 in cash.

Also, one window received $100 in damages.

n A complaint was filed for lost property on New Searcy Road.

One cell phone and pouch, valued at $98.99, were lost.

The following complaints were filed at the Greenville Police Department during the period from June 14 through June 21:

June 14

n David A. Albritton, 20, was arrested for Failure to Appear for no driver's license and FTA for improper equipment.

June 17

n Keirron Marquis George, 20, was arrested for FTA for no driver's license.

n Corey Bell, 28, was arrested for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

June 18

n Christopher Michael Williams, 30, was arrested for FTA for driving with a revoked license, FTA for no proof of insurance and FTA for an improper tag.

June 19

n James Harrison Warr, 45, was arrested for DUI.

n Quincy Lamont Pruitt, 26, was arrested for DUI.

n Ernest Lee Rhodes, 22, was arrested for FTA for criminal mischief, third degree.

June 20

n Brenda Poole Boggan, 53, was arrested for DUI.

June 21

n John Roy McLain, 23, was arrested for five counts of theft by deception.