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The following arrests were made by the Greenville Police Department from Dec. 1 to Dec. 2.

Dec. 1

n Joshua Ray Moomey, 23, was arrested for theft of property, second degree.

n Clarence McMeans, 27, was arrested for possession of marijuana, first degree.

n Duane Edwin McKinney, 45, was arrested for criminal trespassing and for public intoxication.

n Fredrick Crenshaw, 31, was arrested for the unlawful possession of a controlled substance, unlawful possession of marijuana, first degree, for certain persons forbidden to carry a firearm, failure to appear for no insurance and for failure to appear for no child restraint.

Dec. 2

n Raymond Devon Booker, 24, was arrested for disorderly conduct and for harassment.

n Keith Whatley, 24, was arrested for disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and for public intoxication.

The following complaints were filed by the Greenville Police Department from Nov. 22 to Dec. 6.

Nov. 22

n A complaint was filed for the unlawful distribution of a controlled substance on Oak Street. One off-white, rock-like substance believed to be crack cocaine, valued at $20, was recovered.

Nov. 28

n A complaint was filed for theft of property, first degree, on East Commerce Street. Items taken included one John Deere tractor, valued at $20,000, and one Grapple attachment, valued at $3,500.

Nov. 30

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

n A complaint was filed for harassment and disorderly conduct at Kentucky Fried Chicken.

Dec. 1

n A complaint was filed for the unlawful possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana, first degree, on Oak Street. Items recovered included one match box containing broken pieces of crack cocaine, valued at $100, one plastic bag containing marijuana, valued at $20, one Smith & Wesson .22 semi-automatic pistol, valued at $350, and $290 in cash.

n A complaint was filed for burglary, third degree, on Hardscramble Road. $1,500 in cash was taken.

n A complaint was filed for the unlawful breaking and entering of a motor vehicle on Lucille Street. One pair of hoop earrings, valued at $80, was taken.

n A complaint was filed for possession of marijuana, first degree, on East Perdue Street. Seven one-ounce plastic bags containing a green leafy substance believed to be marijuana, valued at $700, were recovered.

n A complaint was filed for domestic violence/ harassment, third degree, and criminal mischief, third degree, on Ogelsby Street. One vehicle’s right rear quarter panel received $100 in damages, and one front grill received $100 in damages.

n A complaint was filed for harassing communications on Linda Avenue.

n A complaint was filed for harassing communications on Harrison Street.

n A complaint was filed for criminal trespassing at Wal-Mart on Willow Lane.

Dec. 2

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

n A complaint was filed for miscellaneous-child visitation dispute on Luverne Highway.

Dec. 3

n A complaint was filed for criminal mischief, third degree, on North Pine Street. One inflatable Santa Claus received $75 in damages.

n A complaint was filed for domestic violence/ menacing, third degree, on School Highlands Road.

n A complaint was filed for domestic violence/ harassment, third degree, and for criminal mischief, third degree, on Harlem Street. One window received $100 in damages.

n A complaint was filed for domestic violence/ assault, third degree, on East Commerce Street.

n A complaint was filed for resisting arrest and for disorderly conduct on Oak and Water streets.

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

n A report was filed for miscellaneous information on Milner Street. One digital scale, valued at $100, was recovered.

n A complaint was filed for harassing communications on Stone Road Drive.

n A complaint was filed for leaving the scene of an accident in Wal-Mart parking lot. One vehicle received $2,500 in damages.

n A complaint was filed for theft of property, second degree, at the CBC Lounge. One chrome grill, valued at $600, was taken.

n A complaint was filed for possession of a controlled substance and for disorderly conduct on McKenzie Street. Two small plastic bags containing five crack rock-type substances, valued at $100, were recovered.

Dec. 4

n A complaint was filed for cruelty to animals on Thames Street. One canine received $100 in injuries to its right front leg.

n A report was filed for miscellaneous information. One cell phone, valued at $200, was lost at an unknown location.

n A complaint was filed for criminal mischief on Shannon Hill Road. Two inflatable Christmas decorations received $200 in damages.

n A complaint was filed for domestic violence, third degree, at Bent Creek Apartments.

n A complaint was filed for a domestic dispute on Ogelsby Street.

n A complaint was filed for menacing on World Street.

n A complaint was filed for theft of property, second degree, on Ogelsby Street. One debit card was taken.

n A complaint was filed for theft of property, second degree, on Milner Street. One EBT card, valued at $152, was taken.

n A complaint was filed for burglary, third degree, on Kolb City Road. One storage room door received $250 in damages.

Dec. 5

n A complaint was filed for criminal trespassing, second degree, on East Parmer Street.

n A complaint was filed for theft of property, third degree, on Linda Avenue. $77 in cash was taken.

n A complaint was filed for endangering the welfare of a child on BalaClava Drive.

Dec. 6

n A complaint was filed for counterfeit money at Johnson’s Grocery. One counterfeit $20 bill was found.

n A complaint was filed for the unlawful breaking and entering of a motor vehicle in Goody’s parking lot. $200 in cash was taken.

n A complaint was filed for miscellaneous information on the Greenville Bypass. One checkbook was taken.