Greensboro Police Reports
Published 12:00 am Friday, March 25, 2005
June 27 – July 10
Third-degree burglary and second-degree theft of property was reported on Main Street when a cell phone, Nikon digital camera and Sony video camera was reported missing.
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Criminal mischief was reported in Magnolia Village.
A gas drive off was reported at the BP on Highway 25 when someone drove away without paying for $31.42 in gas.
Third-degree criminal mischief was reported on Bass Avenue.
Burglary and theft of property was reported on Davis Street when a Husqvarna weedeater, a 20-inch television, a vacuum cleaner and a set of clippers was reported missing.
Second-degree theft of property and third-degree burglary was reported on First Street when a Husky chainsaw was reported missing.
Second-degree theft of property and third-degree burglary was reported on First Street.
A hit and run was reported on Cashew Road.
Third-degree theft of property was reported on Highway 25 when a weedeater was reported missing.
Reckless endangerment was reported on Tuscaloosa Street.
A burglary was reported on Cherokee Terrace Lane.
Criminal mischief was reported on Knight Street when a vehicle’s front windshield was reported damaged.
Mary Garret, age 30 of Greensboro, was reported on charges of third-degree domestic violence.
Keith Antonio Agee, age 24 of Greensboro, was arrested on charges of third-degree domestic violence.
Third-degree theft of property was reported on College Street when an Ever Start battery charger, 20 bars of Irish Spring soap, six bottles of dishwashing detergent and three pack of Angel Soft tissue were reported missing.