The following arrests were made by the Greenville Police Department from Dec. 21 to Dec. 27.

Published 12:00 am Friday, December 30, 2005

Dec. 21

n Keith Howard, 48, was arrested for public intoxication.

Dec. 22

n Kimberly Rashay Bullock, 19, was arrested for theft of property, third degree.

n Dennis Victor Blackmon, 43, was arrested for theft of property, third degree, possession of drug paraphernalia, no proof of insurance, two counts of driving with a revoked license, and two counts of an improper tag.

Dec. 24

n Leviticus Guytrell Simpson, 31, was arrested for DUI.

Dec. 25

n Frank Martin Alverson Jr., 18, was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia and for possession of marijuana, second degree.

n Virginia Lee Alverson, 22, was arrested for possession of marijuana, second degree, and for possession of drug paraphernalia.

Dec. 26

n Phillip Michael Bennett, 18, was arrested for possession of marijuana, second degree.

Dec. 27

n Elizabeth Johnson, 39, was arrested for theft of property, third degree.

n Joel Grace, 24, was arrested for murder.

n Antonio Albritton, 27, was arrested for criminal mischief, second degree, criminal trespassing, first degree, and for arson, third degree.

The following complaints were filed at the Greenville Police Department from Dec. 21 to Dec. 27.

Dec. 21

n A complaint was filed for theft of property, second degree, at Perdue Village Apartments. Items taken included one beige purse, valued at $10, one debit card, one driver's license, and one checkbook.

n A complaint was filed for the unlawful breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. Items taken included one Pioneer CD player, valued at $290, and 100 assorted CDs, valued at $1,700.

Dec. 22

n A complaint was filed for theft of property, third degree, at Wal-Mart. Items taken and recovered included one pair of Levi pants, valued at $15.73, two Faded Glory t-shirts, valued at $10.94, one pair of No Boundaries pants, valued at $16.83, one pair of No Boundaries blue jeans, valued at $18.43, one pair of jogging pants, valued at $17.88, and one Alabama sweatshirt, valued at $19.88.

n A report was filed for lost property at Wal-Mart. One cell phone, valued at $190, was lost.

n A complaint was filed for theft of property, third degree, at Super Foods on the Greenville Bypass. Items taken and recovered included four cases of Bud Light, valued at $63.96, five cases of Budweiser beer, valued at $79.95, and one bag of Jim Dandy dog food, valued at $12.65.

n A complaint was filed for burglary, third degree, on Flowers Street. Items taken included $70 in cash, eight gold rings, valued at $1,400, one silver bracelet, valued at $250, and one gold bracelet, valued at $100. One doorframe received $200 in damages.

n A complaint was filed for burglary, third degree, on Flowers Street. Items taken included one chain, valued at $25, $200 in cash, one digital camera, valued at $100, and one rolling back pack. One piggy bank was damaged, and one doorframe received $150 in damages.

Dec. 23

n A complaint was filed for burglary, third degree, at the Greenville Boys and Girls Club on East Commerce Street. Items taken included four Compaq computer CPUs, valued at $1,600, 11 pairs of boots, valued at $242, assorted art supplies, valued at $80, assorted concessions, valued at $150, and one CD player/radio, valued at $58.

n A complaint was filed for theft of property, third degree, at McDonald's. One cell phone, valued at $260, was taken.

n A complaint was filed for harassment on Government Street.

n A complaint was filed for theft of property, third degree, on the Greenville Bypass. Someone drove off without paying for $20 in gas.

Dec. 24

n A complaint was filed for criminal mischief on Milner Street. One window received $150 in damages, and one mailbox received $25 in damages.

n A report was filed for miscellaneous information at Butler Square in Greenville. One cell phone, valued at $200, was lost.

n A complaint was filed for theft of property, third degree, on Myrtle Drive. Items taken included one Murray push mower, valued at $200, and one edger, valued at $150.

n A complaint was filed for leaving the scene of an accident in Wal-Mart parking lot. The paint on the driver's side door received $500 in damages.

Dec. 25

n A complaint was filed for possession of marijuana, second degree, and for possession of drug paraphernalia on I-65 and Highway 10 West. Items recovered included one glass pipe, one pipe cleaner, and two bags containing a green leafy substance believed to be marijuana, valued at $20.

n A complaint was filed for miscellaneous-domestic dispute on Hardscramble Road.

n A complaint was filed for domestic violence/ assault, second degree, on Winkler Street.

Dec. 26

n A complaint was filed for possession of marijuana, second degree, at the Hilltop on South College Street. Items recovered included one Ziploc bag containing two smaller plastic bags with a green leafy substance believed to be marijuana, valued at $40.

n A report was filed for the discovery of a green leafy substance believed to be marijuana on Winkler Street. Items recovered included three bags containing marijuana, valued at $100, one digital scale, valued at $50, and one box of sandwich bags.

n A complaint was filed for the unlawful breaking and entering of a motor vehicle at Till's Skating Rink on West Commerce Street. Items taken included one checkbook, one cell phone, valued at $250, and one paycheck, valued at $40.25.

n A complaint was filed for leaving the scene of an accident on the Greenville Bypass and Cloverdale Street.

n A miscellaneous information report was filed at Bradley Apartments.

n A miscellaneous information report was filed on Harrison Street.

Dec. 27

n A complaint was filed for murder on Dunbar Park Road.

n A complaint was filed for the unlawful breaking and entering of a motor vehicle at Butler Square. Items taken included one cell phone, valued at $120, 80 CDs with a case, valued at $960, and one clip for the rear window, valued at $60.

n A complaint was filed for theft of property, third degree, at Wal-Mart. Items taken and recovered included five shirts, valued at $53.68, five pairs of jeans, valued at $89.20, two pairs of slacks, valued at $23.45, and one child's shirt, valued at $5.

n A complaint was filed for theft of property, third degree, at Burger King on Fort Dale Road. One phone card and $40 in cash were taken.