Greenville Police Department

  • Agency: Greenville Police Department
  • Address: 500 S Greene St, Greenville, 27835 NC
  • Chief: Joe Bartlett (Interim Chief)
Phone: 252-329-4315

Greenville Police Department is located at 500 S Greene St, Greenville, 27835 NC. The Interim Chief of the department is Joe Bartlett. The Greenville Police Department phone number is 252-329-4315.

Greenville Police Department News

PEED DRIVE SHOOTING: At approximately 5:15 this evening officers responded to the 800 block of Peed Drive for the report of a male shot in the leg. The victim was transported by Greenville Fire-Rescue to Vidant Medical Center. His injuries are not considered life-threatening. The victim has been unwilling to provide information to aid in the investigation at this point. The investigation is ongoing.

16-year-old Treshaun Palmer has been charged with making a false report of mass violence on educational property, a felony in the State of North Carolina. His arrest is in connection to a social media threat made toward JH Rose High School earlier today. Palmer was booked into the Pitt County Detention Center a short time ago. Magistrates set his bond at $10,000.

UPDATE: GPD has identified the source of the threat. A JH Rose student is now in custody and is being transported to GPD headquarters for further questioning

4:00 UPDATE: GPD has identified the source of the threat. A JH Rose High School student is now in custody and is being transported to the Greenville Police Department for further questioning. Students will be released from school momentarily. ————————————————————- The Greenville Police Department has received a report of an unsubstantiated threat against J.H. Rose High School. The threat was made via social media and officers are continuing to investigate. As a precaution, J.H. Rose has been placed on a modified lockdown. There will be increased law enforcement presence at the school until further notice.

Thanks to the Daily Reflector’s Tyler Stocks for the nice feature! Call 689-6012 to place your order or stop by the bakery!

We had a great first day at Great Harvest Bread Co. of Greenville, NC making Honey Bunnies! Proceeds from each bunny sold will go to the GPD CopFund, a non-profit which helps officers and civilian employees when facing unexpected hardships! Pre-orders started today! The bunnies will be baked fresh each day and can be picked up anytime the week of Easter. Stop in, e-mail Great Harvest or call in your order today! (252-689-6012) We are overwhelmed and so appreciative of all the support you’ve already shown. We were at the bakery bright and early this morning and the orders were already coming in!

Honey Bunnies are available for pre-order starting today!

We love getting photos like this at the end of a long week! You must be pretty special, even got the Limited Edition "Chesty" card. Make sure you hang on to that one <3 P.S. The K9s are night owls too!

"HOP" OVER TO GREAT HARVEST BREAD AND SUPPORT GPD! The amazing people of Great Harvest Bread Co. of Greenville, NC approached us several weeks ago about doing a fundraiser to support officers in need -- and we gotta say, this one is cute! And... just in time for Easter! Starting Monday, March 19, Great Harvest will be accepting pre-orders for "Honey Bunnies." Large Honey Bunnies will cost $15 and small honey bunnies will cost $5. Samples will be on display in the restaurant. A portion of each sale will go to the GPD "CopFund" a 501c3 set up through the GUCO credit union to help GPD officers and civilian employees and their families when facing unexpected hardships -- whether that be financial hardships, illness, a death in the family, etc. Our officers and staff will be on-site this Monday and the entire week leading up to Easter rolling dough, making these honey bunnies by hand-- so they are guaranteed to be made with love! Stop in and see us, or give Great Harvest a call to place your order. As always, we very much appreciate the support you continue to show toward our Department! We couldn't do what we do without you!!

Great turnout last night at the Police Community Relations Committee’s forum on school safety. We were happy to attend and appreciate the important dialogue and feedback!

Someone really loves their job...

Our thoughts and prayers continue to be with the Edgecombe County Sheriff's Office as they mourn the loss of one of their own.

Aren’t they just the cutest?! Detective Peterson and Officer Monterrosa had a great time at St. Paul’s Preschool!

Fridays make the best award days! Congratulations to each and every one of these employees and thank you for your dedicated years of service to the City of Geeenville.

Happy #InternationalWomensDay to all the ladies out there! #whoruntheworldgirls #thefutureisfemale #theskyisthelimit ❤️, The Women of GPD

Lions and Tigers and...Guinea Pigs?! Oh my! All in a day's work for our dedicated Animal Protective Services Officers. This little gal was found at the dead end of N Eastern Street at the entrance of the Greenway. She's in safe hands now! We'll be taking her to Adoptable Companion Animals of NC in Ahoskie. If no one claims her after the 72-hour holding period she'll be up for adoption :)

UPDATE: #TreeMan decided to be a good dude and turned himself in last night. The homeowner decided not to pursue charges after he agreed to replace the damaged trees. Thanks Facebookers! Dear #TreeMan, What did this tree do to you for you to break it in half? It may seem minor, but you’re the reason the homeowner on E. 5th Street bought this sweet security system in the first place. This isn’t the first time his property has been damaged in the middle of the night – and he’s tired of replacing his trees! Here’s what’s going to happen: Soon you are going to realize your friends are reporting you, because they don’t really like you. Then, your family will probably start calling the police department and ask that the post be removed because it’s embarrassing. Do yourself a favor…just turn yourself in. And by all means, consider buying the nice homeowner a new tree. Sincerely, Your Friendly Neighborhood Police Department #DontBeRudeBeAGoodDude

Can you identify this individual? He was captured on private security cameras on February 23 attempting to break into Children’s World Pre-Kindergarten Learning Center, located at 1360 SW Greenville Boulevard. The incident occurred at approximately 10:00 p.m. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Peterson, 252-329-3404.

Officer Webb had such a great time with these Northwest Elementary 1st graders! Thank you for having us! <3

FOUR ARRESTED IN CONNECTION TO FEBRUARY HOME INVASION Greenville police officers have arrested and charged four individuals in connection to a February 21st home invasion at University Suites Apartments. 20-year-old Tyquan Dee Mayo; 20-year-old Kendrick Dashon Gray; 17-year-old Alterick Richardson; and 16-year-old Layfield Smith Jr. are charged with attempted robbery with a dangerous weapon, breaking and entering, and conspiracy. Shortly before 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday, February 21, 2018, officers responded to University Suites Apartments for the report of an armed robbery. Two female victims told officers three male suspects forced their way in with a gun after one of the victims answered the door. A fourth suspect stood outside and served as a look out. The suspects did not get away with anything and no one was hurt. All four suspects were identified through the use of nearby security cameras. Bond information and booking photos can be obtained through the Pitt County Detention Center.

Thank you so much to Ms. Roger’s 5th Grade class at Wahl-Coates Elementary School! They sent these heartfelt notes of appreciation to our officers. We couldn’t pick just one — so we posted them all ❤️

More from #DrSeussDay at Wintergreen! Lt. Williams clearly had a good time! He’s a kid at heart!

The future is BRIGHT! Lt. Bowen had a great time reading to these students at Wintergreen Primary #DrSeussDay

Congratulations to Lead Telecommunicator Brad Cayton! He was recognized for his outstanding work in assisting a neighboring agency locate a stolen car through the use of area security cameras. Without his dedication and forethought, it would have taken much longer to solve this crime, and it could have remained unsolved. Way to go, Brad!