The following complaints were filed at the Butler County Sheriff#039;s Office during the period from Dec. 2 to Dec. 13:
A complaint was filed for criminal mischief, third degree, on Gravel Hill Road when two turkeys, valued at $50, were killed.
A complaint was made on Mary Lane for domestic violence and harassment.
A complaint was filed for criminal mischief on Honoraville Road after a subject drove his vehicle through a yard, striking a banana tree and then running one wheel off into an inground pool.
A complaint was made on Pineapple Highway
for animal cruelty when a man alleged he found his neighbor's dog at his home and when the tried to run the dog off, the dog allegedly tried to bite him. The man shot at the dog and the neighbor filed a warrant.
The neighbor in the above complaint filed his own complaint for the neighbor having a dangerous dog.
A complaint was filed by a deputy after he witnessed erratic driving by the subject on Highway 106.
On stopping the subject, field sobriety tests were administered and failed.
He was also found in possession of pistol without a permit.
A complaint was filed for breaking and entering a vehicle on Poole Road when a car radio, valued at $180, was reported stolen.
A complaint was filed for promoting prison contraband, second degree, at the Butler County Jail.
A complaint was filed for a prowler on Patrick Road, McKenzie.
A complaint was filed for criminal mischief, third degree, on Shadow Lane when damage, valued at $200, to a window was reported.
A complaint was filed for assault, third degree, on a school bug on County Road 50.
A complaint was filed for criminal mischief, third degree, on Ripley Road when damage, valued at $400, to a vehicle was reported.
A complaint was filed for harassing communications on Murphy Road, Forest Home.
A complaint was filed for harassment on Norrell Avenue, Georgiana.
A complaint was filed for a dog bite on Poplar Road.
A complaint was filed for trespassing by a motor vehicle on Highway 106 East.
A complaint was filed for theft by deception, second degree, on Hayes Road, McKenzie, when currency, valued at $538, was reported stolen.
The following arrests were made by the Butler County Sheriff's Office during the period from Dec. 4 to Dec. 13:
Thirl Boutwell, 52, was arrested for criminal trespassing, first degree, menacing, first degree, and resisting arrest.
Eddie Roy Lewis, 25, was arrested for promoting prison contraband.
Johnathan Deriel Flemmon, 22, was arrested for possession of a controlled substance.
Rebecca Darnell Powell, 29, was arrested for negotiating a worthless non-negotiable instrument.
Joseph Earl Cook, 28, was arrested for contempt of court.
Teri K. Shipp, 30, was arrested for harassment.