The following arrests were made by the Butler County Sheriff#039;s Office from September 18 to September 24:
Published 12:00 am Thursday, September 28, 2006
n Kenneth Howard McCann, 43, was arrested and charged with driving under the influence.
n Glenn Sexton, 24, was arrested and charged with harassing communications.
n Patrick Peterson, 32, was arrested a charged with possession of a recreational controlled substance.
n William Sandidge, 36, was arrested and charged with third-degree assault.
n Darren Letrail Crenshaw, 21, was arrested and charged with third-degree domestic violence harassment.
The following reports were filed through the Butler County Sheriff's Office from September 20 to September 25:
n A report was filed on Avant Road in Georgiana for assault. Someone drove into another person's yard, hit them with their truck door and proceeded to start a fight.
n A report was filed on Honoraville Road in Greenville for burglary and theft. A Playstation 2, games, controllers, adaptors and memory cards, all totaling $1,500, were stolen.
n A report was filed at Perdue Place in Greenville for domestic violence harassment. A man jumped into someone else's car and began hitting them.
n A report was filed at Butler Estates in Greenville for theft. A $150 check was stolen.
n A report was filed on Old Stage Road in Greenville for breaking and entering a motor vehicle. A flip-face CD player worth $205 was stolen.
n A report was filed on Conservation Road for an automobile accident. Someone backed into a truck at a hunting club.
n A report was filed on Old Stage Road in Greenville for criminal mischief. A residential door and frame were damaged after an unknown person kicked it in.
n A report was filed on Cherrywood Lane in Greenville for theft and criminal trespassing. A pit bull puppy was stolen out of a yard.
n A report was filed on Edgeview Heights Road in Greenville for domestic violence harassment. A son verbally abused his mother.
n Two reports were filed on Pleasant Hill Court in Greenville for theft. A hammer, two CD players, a CB radio, oil and antifreeze, all totaling more than $575, were stolen out of a two separate vehicles.