The following complaints were filed at the Greenville Police Department during the period from Sept. 8 through Sept. 21:

Published 12:00 am Thursday, September 29, 2005

Sept. 8

n A complaint was filed for cruelty to animals on Stone Road Drive.

n An incident report was filed for miscellaneous information at Burger King.

n A complaint was filed for burglary, second degree, on East World Street. Items taken included two dressers, valued at $100, one king-size bed, valued at $600, two end tables, valued at $100, one radio, valued at $20, one vacuum cleaner, valued at $100, and one shampooer, valued at $180.

n A complaint was filed for theft of property, third degree, on Fort Dale Road. One pink and blue Huffy bicycle, valued at $50, was taken.

n An incident report was filed for miscellaneous lost checks. One checkbook was lost between the Greenville Animal Shelter and East Commerce Street.

n A complaint was filed for the unlawful breaking and entering of a motor vehicle on West Perdue Street. Items taken included one CD player, valued at $150, and several assorted CDs, valued at $400.

Sept. 9

n A complaint was filed for causing the delinquency, dependency or need of supervision of a child on Cedar Street.

n A complaint was filed for theft of property, first degree, on Harrison Street. One 1980 Mercury, valued at $2,000, was taken.

n A complaint was filed for harassing communications on Pineleaf Lane.

n A complaint was filed for tampering with physical evidence and disorderly conduct on Hicks Street.

n A complaint was filed for theft of property, third degree, on School Highland Road. One cell phone, valued at $80, was taken.

n A complaint was filed for theft of property, second degree, on Dohrimier Street. One 8×10 trailer, valued at $600, was stolen and recovered.

n A complaint was filed for theft of property, third degree, in the Winn Dixie parking lot. Four hubcaps, with a total value of $120, were taken.

Sept. 12

n A complaint was filed for criminal trespassing, third degree, at Wal-Mart.

Sept. 13

n A complaint was filed for kidnapping, first degree, in Perdue Village parking lot.

n A complaint was filed for harassment at Wendy's

on Fort Dale Road.

Sept. 14

n A complaint was filed for leaving a gasoline establishment without remitting payment at the Glass 66 on Fort Dale Road. Someone drove off without paying for $21 in gas.

Sept. 15

n A complaint was filed for domestic violence/harassment, third degree, on Fort Dale Road.

n A complaint was filed for domestic violence/harassment, third degree, at the Best Value Inn.

n A complaint was filed for criminal mischief, third degree, on the Greenville Bypass. One toilet flapper and chain received $15 in damages.

n A complaint was filed for harassing communications on South Conecuh Street.

n An incident report was filed for miscellaneous information at an unknown location. One cell phone, valued at $150, was lost.

n A complaint was filed for giving a false name to a law enforcement officer on Norvell Street.

n A complaint was filed for the unlawful breaking and entering of a motor vehicle on Valley Drive. One cell phone, valued at $300, was taken.

n A complaint was filed for theft of property, third degree, at Carver Circle. $100 in cash was taken.

Sept. 16

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

n A complaint was filed for disorderly conduct and harassment on Flowers Street.

n An incident report was filed for an aircraft accident at the Greenville Airport.

n A complaint was filed for harassment on Norvell Street.

n A complaint was filed for theft of lost property, third degree, at the Gateway Plaza on the Greenville Bypass. One camera phone, valued at $210, was taken.

Sept. 17

n A complaint was filed for domestic violence/harassment, third degree, on Hardscramble Road.

n A complaint was filed for disorder conduct and resisting arrest at Chevron on Fort Dale Road.

n A complaint was filed for burglary, third degree, at the Max Mart South. Items taken included two carton of Black & Mild cigarettes, valued at $18.12, two cartons of Newports, valued at $66.74, and one carton of USA Gold, valued at $21.33.

n A complaint was filed for criminal mischief, third degree, on Flowers Street. One door screen received $20 in damages.

n A complaint was filed for harassment on Flowers Street.

Sept. 18

n A complaint was filed for criminal mischief, third degree, at Perdue Village. The driver's-side door received $100 in damages.

n An incident report was filed for a lost cell phone at McBride's Hilltop.

n A complaint was filed for public intoxication in the Wal-Mart parking lot.

n A complaint was filed for criminal mischief, second degree, on Flowers Street. A truck's front windshield received $250 in damages, the same truck's rear windshield received $250 in damages, and one residence window received $150 in damages.

Sept. 19

n A complaint was filed for domestic violence, third degree, and criminal mischief, third degree, on Winkler Street. One door received $50 in damages, and two windowpanes received $50 in damages.

n A complaint was filed for burglary, third degree, on Sherling Lake Road. A total of $125 in cash and assorted change was taken.

n A complaint was filed for harassment, third degree, on Regal Street.

n A complaint was filed for theft of property, third degree, on Fort Dale Road. Someone drove off without paying for $25 in gas.

Sept. 20

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

n An incident report was filed for miscellaneous information on Mt. Zion Road. One cell phone, valued at $270, was damaged beyond use.

Sept. 21

n A complaint was filed for theft of property, first degree, on East Commerce Street. One 1999 Chevy Silverado, valued at $10,500, was taken.

The following arrests were made at the Greenville Police Department during the period from Sept. 15 through Sept. 18:

Sept. 15

n Lionel Johnson Jr., 26, was arrested for failure to appear for driving with a revoked license and FTA for improper equipment.

Sept 17

n Joseph A. Labruzza Jr., 39, was arrested for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

Sept. 18

n Eva Mae Boggan, 41, was arrested for public intoxication.