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GPD Reports, Nov. 9 – Nov. 22, 2009

Nov. 9

-Arthur Christopher Thompson, 33, of Greenville for Failure to Appear (FTA) for reckless driving, failure to stop at a stop sign, attempting to elude law enforcement, and tinted windows.

Nov. 16

-Shazzy Rudolph, 25, of Greenville, for theft of property, third degree.

-Gloria Jean Crenshaw, 40, of Greenville, for Failure to Appear for no proof of insurance, FTA for animal cruelty, second degree, FTA for speeding, and FTA for driving thru traffic.

Nov. 17

-Rodriquez Jamar Gibson, 24, of Greenville, for unlawful possession of marijuana, second degree, domestic violence, third degree/harassment, criminal mischief, third degree, and resisting arrest.

-Santanna Maria Crook Jones, 23, of Fairhope, Ala., for possession of drug paraphernalia.

Heather Mary Manyo, 39, of Ohio, for unlawful possession of a controlled substance.

Nov. 20

-Anthony Warren, 23, of Greenville, for disorderly conduct.

Nov. 21

-Marvin Reginald Gorum, 45, of Greenville, for DUI.

Nov. 6

-An incident report was filed for miscellaneous-harassing communications at Greenville

High School.

Nov. 10

-An incident report was filed for criminal mischief, second degree, at the 400 block of Bell Street. A 2008 Dodge Charger received $2,500 in damages to the paint job.

-An incident report was filed for theft of property, third degree, on Willow Lane. Four DVDs, worth approximately $65, were stolen and recovered.

Nov. 7

-An incident report was filed for burglary, second degree, on Halso Mill Road. Items damaged include a door to a shed, $100; two 2003 Yamaha tires, $300; 3 leather saddlebags, $300; two 2003 Yamaha seats, $300; one seat back, $200; one brake line, $20; and one plug wire, $40.

Nov. 11

-An incident report was filed for leaving the scene of an accident on West Commerce Street. The front bumpers of a 1992 Lincoln Towncar received $200 in damages.

Nov. 12

-An incident report was filed for domestic violence/harassment, third degree, on Perdue Place.

Nov. 13

-An incident report was filed for criminal mischief, second degree, at Fairview Apartments’ parking lot. The passenger door of a 2000 Chevy Malibu received $1,000 in damages.

Nov. 14

-An incident report was filed for the breaking and entering of a motor vehicle on Milner Street. Among the stolen items included a stereo and speakers, valued at $125; one wallet valued at $5; assorted currency valued at $400; and an Alabama driver’s license, valued at $24.

Nov. 15

An incident report was filed for theft of property, third degree, on South Street. One pit bull puppy, valued at $100, was stolen and recovered.

Nov. 16

-An incident report was filed for criminal trespassing, first degree, and domestic violence/ harassment, third degree, on the 1100 block of Hill Court.

-An incident report was filed for leaving the scene of an accident on the 1100 block of

Hill Court. Damages include $150 to the passenger side of the front quarter panel of the vehicle, and $40 in damages to the passenger side headlight assembly.

Nov. 17

-An incident report was filed for the unlawful possession of marijuana and for resisting arrest at I-65 South, mm 129. A plastic bag containing marijuana, valued at $10, was recovered.

Nov. 19

-An incident report was filed for leaving the scene of an accident at Kolb City Road/Industrial Drive in Greenville. A 1993 Ford Ranger received $8,000 in damages.

Nov. 20

-An incident report was filed for obstructing governmental operations on West World

Street.

Nov. 21

-An incident report was filed on the 900 block of North Conecuh Street for domestic violence/harassment. The following items were damaged: assorted clothes, $60; home phone, $15; cell phone, $50; child’s swing, $35; and one coffee table, $15.

-An incident report was filed for theft of property, third degree, at Hill Court. One Tony Hawks’ Clasio, valued at $200, was stolen and recovered.

Nov. 22

-An incident report was filed for harassing communications/domestic violence at the 200 block of School Highlands Road.

-An incident report was filed for harassing communications on South Conecuh Street.