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The following arrests were made by the Greenville Police Department from April 14 to April 19:

April 14

n Patrick Rogers, 38, of Greenville was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance.

n Johnathan Jacob Free, 22, of Greenville was arrested and charged for failure to appear - speeding.

April 15

n Michael Bernard Rudolph, 27, of Greenville was arrested and charged with DUI.

April 16

n Willie George Crenshaw, 20, of Greenville was arrested and charged with public intoxication.

n Cornelius Alexander Parmer, 23, of Greenville was arrested for carrying a pistol without a permit.

April 17

n Carlos O'Neal Powell, 29, of Greenville was arrested and charged with failure to appear - no seatbelt, and failure to appear - no driver's license.

April 18

n Gregory Roy Shaw, 46, of Holly Pond was arrested and charged with DUI.

April 19

n Tyvin Latrelle Powell, 28, of Greenville was arrested for driving with a revoked license.

The following reports were made through the Greenville Police Department from April 8 to April 19:

April 8

n A report was filed at Smart Styles for theft of property. Taken was $101 in assorted U.S. currency.

April 10

n A report was filed on Norvell St. for domestic violence.

April 13

n A report was filed on Gravel Hill Rd. for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.

April 14

n A report was filed at Lowery's Towing for menacing.

n A report was filed on South St. for breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. Taken was $675 in assorted U.S. currency.

n A report was filed on Highway 10 East for harassment.

April 15

n A report was filed at Family Dollar on Cedar St. for a lost cellular phone worth $179.

n A report was filed on Winkler St. for assault.

n A report was filed at Hampton Inn for breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. The driver's window received $200 damage, and battery connectors received $30 damage. Items taken include one Nintendo Gamecube ($150), 20 Nintendo Gamecube games ($1,000), one power converter ($40), and one 14-inch flip down screen television ($1,000).

April 16

n A report was filed at Piggly Wiggly for breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. Items taken include: one Panasonic CD player ($90), one CD ($5), one Stanley Toolbox ($100), one bottle of cough syrup ($25).

April 17

n A report was filed on Government St. for harassment.

n A report was filed on Norvell St. for theft of property. Items taken include: one red, push lawnmower ($80), two green weed eaters ($110), one brown broom ($20), one 100-foot extension cord ($20), and one black barbecue grill and tank ($100). The grill was later recovered on Government St.

n A report was filed for breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. Items taken include one Jensen CD player ($150) and 45 assorted CDs ($450).

n A report was filed at the Best Value Inn for criminal mischief. A room received $150 in damage.

n A report was filed on W. Parmer St for breaking and entering of a motor vehicle.

April 18

n A report was filed on Boutwell St. for burglary. Taken was one purse ($15), one debit card ($10), assorted U.S. currency ($270), and one book of checks ($14).

n A report was filed on Fort Dale Rd. for leaving the scene of an accident. The trunk of a 2000 Buick Century received $200 damage.

April 19

n A report was filed on Milner St. for domestic violence.

n A report was filed at MJ's Food Mart for assault.

n A report was filed on Highway 31 South for leaving the scene of an accident.

n A report was filed on Perdue Place for breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. Taken was one CD player ($160), 20 CDs ($140).

n A report was filed on Cedar St. for domestic violence.

n A report was filed at Beeland Park for criminal mischief. The lock of a Coke machine received $150 damage.

n A report was filed on Perdue Place for breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. The dashboard of a Buick LeSabre received $300 damage.