His sentence was cut in half after he testified against a pair of New York brothers involved in a drug ring.
He was arrested for possession of controlled substances twice in 2006 but both charges were dismissed. The first charge from a November 2006 arrest was dismissed by a prosecutor's motion and the second from a February 2006 arrest was dismissed when the officer did not appear in court.
Green's most recent charges came in April and May of this year.
He was charged in April with violation of a protective order after his ex-girlfriend Shadonna Collins told police he had been calling her repeatedly.
Collins told Cpl. S.M. Webb on April 1 that she obtained a domestic violence petition against Green in March, but that Green had been harassing her. She said he called her cellphone and her family repeatedly trying to contact her, according to a complaint filed in Kanawha Magistrate Court.
She answered only one of his calls. She told police he said if he couldn't have her then no one could. He also told her "he felt blood on his chest," and did not care about going back to jail, according to the complaint.
Police said between March 31 and April 1, Collins had 10 missed calls and numerous text messages from Green.
His last encounter with police came in May when he ran away from officers on the city's West Side.
Patrolman C. Bass was responding to the 1600 block of Clay Avenue for a harassment complaint against Green when officers in the Warrants Division informed him there were warrants for Green's arrest.
The officer was trying to detain Green when he jerked his arm away and took off running. Officers caught up with Green in Horns Alley just west of Stockton Street.
Court documents show that case was continued on Nov. 14 and Green was set to appear Jan. 18 for a hearing.
Cooper said detectives do have leads in the case and are actively investigating the shooting.Anyone with information can contact detectives at 304-348-6480.