Lookup Warrants and Arrests in Greenville, South Carolina. Results Include: Arrest Records, Police Report, Warrants, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Race, DOB, Address

Greenville South Carolina Police Station Address: 4 McGee St, Greenville, SC 29601, United States


1 day ago
We have three graduates today at the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy. Join us in welcoming officers Woods, Hudson and Holden to the GPD! #gvlpd https://t.co/GK3xaGXkZZ

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3 days ago
Detective Michael Doty of the York County Sheriff’s Office succumbed to his injuries sustained… https://t.co/j3h7XU9Q3Z

3 days ago
Rutherford Rd and Poinsett Hwy is pretty icy. Use caution if you are in this area. Public Works is on the way out to this location.

3 days ago
Collisions!
Right now we have 13 collisions that officers are responding to. Please stay off the roads if possible. #gvlpd

3 days ago
K-9 Officer Rocky, would you please show us what happens when cars are going too quickly in the snow and try to stop? #gvlpd #snowdays https://t.co/XZB6Cgwgl8

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Greenville Police Department added 2 new photos.11 hours ago

You may remember seeing several pictures that we posted of Lilly over the past three years. Officer Reyes befriended Lilly three years ago while she was being treated for Leukemia. He took it upon himself to become a constant friend to Lilly, both while he worked and when he was off duty. Lilly was cancer free for a while until recently when it came back, and unfortunately she passed away earlier today. Lilly made such a lasting impact on not only Officer Reyes, but everyone she came in contact with and always had such a positive attitude. Lilly, you will be missed! Rest easy! #lillystrong

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Greenville Police Department1 day ago

We have three graduates today at the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy. Join us in welcoming officers Woods, Hudson and Holden to the GPD! #gvlpd

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Greenville Police Department2 days ago

Officers in Action:
Our entire department worked as a strong, cohesive unit early this morning when responding to a robbery in which a gun was said to have been used.
Officers responded to the Kangaroo Express at 906 Haywood Rd., around midnight to learn that a white female, India Sky Vance, and a black male, Michael Lamont Jones, had come in earlier, stolen three cases of cigarettes and pointed a snub nose revolver, taking the clerk’s cell phone. As the forensics team responded, Officer Bixby emailed out suspect pictures and a vehicle description to the department.
Approximately an hour later, Officer Powell spotted a vehicle matching the description at Pumpers Gas Station at 461 South Pleasantburg Drive. Jones fled on foot and a perimeter was set up in the area. Vance was taken into custody by Powell and Tuck. She was found to be in possession of narcotics.
After tracking the suspect for a short time, K-9 Officer Newman and his dog, Sarge, joined the tracking team in locating Jones near a shed on Scarlet St.
Vance faces charges of Robbery, Possession of Cocaine and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Jones is being charged with Robbery and Interfering with Police. There are potentially more charges to come for both individuals involved.
Their safe apprehension couldn’t have been carried out without the teamwork demonstrated by the GPD earlier this morning. #gvlpd #officersinaction

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Greenville Police Department3 days ago

Detective Michael Doty of the York County Sheriff’s Office succumbed to his injuries sustained from the gunshot wound yesterday. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family, both blood and blue! #ycsostrong #gvlpd

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Greenville Police Department3 days ago

K-9 Officer Rocky, would you please show us what happens when cars are going too quickly in the snow and try to stop? #gvlpd

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Greenville Police Department3 days ago

There are no snow days for our K-9 squad. They join our (human) officers in keeping the City of Greenville safe, regardless of the conditions. Make it easy on them and be cautious out there! 🐶❄️ #gvlpd