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The following arrests were made by the Greenville Police Department from July 21 to July 26:

July 21

n Cynthia Godsey Pierce, 45, was arrested and charged with DUI.

n Arthur Rudolph, 61, was arrested and charged with possession of a short barreled shotgun and possession of drug paraphernalia.

July 22

n Jeffery Eugene Giddens, 38, was arrested and charged with failure to appear - DUI.

n Hernandez Olivero De La Cruz, 30, was arrested and charged with public intoxication.

July 23

n Michael Jerome Seawright, 35, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and failure to appear - domestic violence, 3rd degree.

July 25

n Derrick Jermaine Warren, 25, was arrested and charged with domestic violence - 3rd degree.

n Angiline Turner, 27, was arrested and charged with reckless endangerment.

n Keith Frederick Scott, 22, was arrested and charged with failure to appear - driving without a license.

July 26

n David Randy Acker, 26, was arrested and charged with harassing communications.

The following report were filed by the Greenville Police Department from July 20 to July 28:

July 20

n A report was filed on Chalet Dr. for theft of property and criminal mischief. One fishing rod and reel worth $50 and one 17-inch LCD computer screen worth $50 were reported stolen. The inside wall of a van trim panel received $150 damage.

July 21

n A report was filed on Pine Apple Highway for criminal mischief. An air conditioner window seal received $30 damage.

n A report was filed on Perdue Place for theft of property. A purse worth $450, $50 in assorted U.S. currency, and two checkbooks were reported stolen.

n A report was filed on Milner St. for possession of marijuana. 13 plastic bags of marijuana worth $110 street value was seized.

July 22

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

July 23

n A report was filed at the Butler County Fairgrounds for disorderly conduct.

n A report was filed on Linda Ave. for burglary. One black and brown dog worth $150, assorted silver coins, savings bonds and gold dollars worth $1,000, two check books with accounts at Peoples Bank worth $10,000, and assorted life insurance, deeds and jewelry, were reported stolen.

July 24

n A report was filed at Bancorp South for leaving the scene of the accident. The corner of the building received $6,000 damage.

n A report was filed at Sherling Lake Park for theft of services. Someone left without paying for a one night's stay at Sherling Lake Park, worth $19.95.

n A report was filed on N. Conecuh St. for criminal mischief. A window received $150 damage.

n A report was filed on Glendale Ave. for theft of property. $51 in assorted U.S. currency was reported stolen.

n A report was filed on the Greenville Bypass for criminal mischief. One storage door lock received $24 damage.

n A report was filed at the Days Inn for counterfeit and theft of property. An unknown person used a fake travelers check to secure a room and three bath towels ($15), two hand towels ($10), two wash cloths ($10), and one hair dryer ($30), were reported stolen.

July 25

n A report was filed at Butler County E-911 for harassing communications.

n A report was filed on Crenshaw St. for criminal mischief and harassment.

n A report was filed on Crenshaw St. for reckless endangerment.

n A report was filed on Wimberly St. for criminal mischief. Assorted clothing items received $1,000 damage and one CD player received $499 damage.

n A report was filed on Mobile Highway for theft of property. Two Techwood sterero speakers worth $100 and one Techwood VCR/DVD combo worth $150 was reported stolen.

July 26

n A report was filed on Fort Dale Rd. for leaving the scene of an accident. A 1999 Ford Taurus received $1000 damage.

July 27

n A report was filed on Linda Ave. for theft of property. A Mongoose 10-speed bicycle worth $150 was reported stolen.

n A report was filed on Chestnut St. for theft of property. A Mongoose bicycle worth $130 was reported stolen.

July 28

n A report was filed on Wimberly St. for criminal mischief. A front door received $50 damage.