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Two Arrested in Separate Burglary Incidents in Greenville

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Law enforcement in Greenville has made progress in addressing recent burglary incidents, resulting in the arrests of two individuals in separate cases.

On Sunday, July 30th, the Greenville Police Department swiftly responded to a distress call from the 500 block of North Solomon Street. The call reported a burglary at a residence. Upon arriving at the scene, officers engaged with the victim, who detailed an alleged intrusion by Pamela Hall into her home. The victim asserted that Hall had entered her residence without consent, taking unspecified belongings. The investigation led to the apprehension of 29-year-old Pamela Hall of Greenville on Friday, August 11, 2023. Hall was arrested without resistance and is currently in custody at the Washington County Regional Correctional Facility, awaiting her preliminary court appearance.

In another distinct incident, officers from the Greenville Police Department were dispatched to the 400 block of South 6th Street on August 5th following a report of a business burglary. A thorough investigation highlighted 40-year-old Remuse White of Greenville as a suspect in the case. White was taken into custody on Friday, August 11th, without any reported incidents. He is being held at the Washington Regional Correctional Facility pending his initial court appearance.