Dan Busken

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With the Greenville Police Department currently involved in multiple homicide investigations, Police Chief Dan Busken is asking the public for understanding and cooperation.

“These types of investigations are very labor intensive for us,” Busken said. “It is definitely a challenge for us.”

 

There have been at least four homicides in Greenville during the past four weeks, while multiple individuals have been injured during other offenses.

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GREENVILLE — There were an average of 12 more crimes per month in the city of Greenville during 2012 compared to 2011.

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GREENVILLE — The City of Greenville recorded only one homicide during 2012, but the murder of a local teenager drew national attention to the city.

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GREENVILLE - The Webber Seavey Award for Quality in Law Enforcement is presented annually to agencies and departments worldwide in recognition for promoting a standard of excellence that exemplifies law enforcement's contribution and dedication to the quality of life in local communities.

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GREENVILLE - The Texas Association of Municipal Information Officers (TAMIO) presented the city with the award during the organization’s 2012 conference in Round Rock on June 22.

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GREENVILLE - A Dallas man is under arrest after found in possession of hundreds of cigarette packages believed stolen from a Greenville business Wednesday morning.

14 pounds of pot seized in Greenville search

Jun 1, 2012
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GREENVILLE - A 30-year-old Greenville man is out on bond following a Tuesday raid in the 1100 block of Pecan Avenue that netted over a dozen pounds of marijuana.

Greenville fugitive caught after three week search

May 16, 2012
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DALLAS - The Greenville man wanted since mid-April for the shooting of a fellow resident is awaiting extradition to Hunt County following his capture Tuesday.

Utility company warns against tampering

Jan 3, 2012

GREENVILLE - Greenville’s two municipally-owned utilities have seen an increased number of customers attempting to steal electricity and water in recent years.