Vandals hit GMS, GHS

Published 8:05 am Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Greenville High School and Greenville Middle School were each struck by vandals over the weekend.

At GMS, vandals painted on the plastic portion of the school’s sign, while at GHS the yellow gate that blocks entry into the school after hours was also spray painted.

Greenville police were notified and are investigating the incidents, said GHS Principal Dr. Charles Farmer.

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Farmer said he had no problems with students having fun, but there was a line crossed in these two cases.

“This was outright vandalism,” said Farmer. - From Staff Reports

GPD nabs burglary suspect

Greenville police arrested a man suspected of stealing metal racks from the old Greenville Apparel Building on Beeland St.

Police charged Morris Dwayne Hudgin, 48, with burglary, third degree, for allegedly loading the old clothing racks into his vehicle and leaving the premises.

“The officers stopped and investigated further and located the suspect inside the building, claiming to have permission to be there to clean the building,” said Lt. Anthony Barganier.

The racks are valued at $500.

The building was deeded to the city last year. - From Staff Reports