Cape police report 5/28/04
Friday, May 28, 2004
The following items were released by the Cape Girardeau Police Department. Arrests do not imply guilt.
Arrests William L. Bridges, 18, 715 Second St., Tamms, Ill., was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of first-degree robbery and armed criminal action.
Jessica R. Criddle, 20, Cape Girardeau, was arrested Wednesday on a Cape Girardeau County warrant for distribution of a controlled substance.
Clarence E. Matthews, 47, 3001 Mimosa, was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of possession of a controlled substance (cocaine), possession of drug paraphernalia and a traffic offense.
Ruzwan Ali, 23, 2560 Lisa Drive, was arrested Wednesday on three Cape Girardeau County warrants for delivery of a controlled substance.
Michael C. Criddle, 17, 1005 Jefferson, was arrested Wednesday on a Cape Girardeau County warrant for distribution of a controlled substance.
Entwain Isom Johnson, 27, 304 N. Middle St., was arrested Thursday on a warrant.
Bobby Lee Ford Jr., 23, 525 S. Frederick, was arrested Thursday on a warrant.
Summons Michael A. Braeuner, 24, 1512 PCR 330, Perryville, was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of failure to maintain property free of weeds.
Theft A jacket, jewelry, DVDs and decorations were reported stolen in a burglary Wednesday at 529 Landis Dr.
A Palm Pilot and case and student ID were reported stolen Wednesday and a vehicle window and frame broken at 701 N. Main.
A purse and its contents were reported stolen Wednesday and a vehicle window broken at 701 N. Main.
A cell phone, strobe light, sunglasses and badge were reported broken Thursday and a vehicle window broken in the third block of Spanish Street.
Floor mats were reported stolen Thursday from 1415 Independence.
A burgundy bicycle with silver stripes was reported stolen Thursday from the 100 block of North Clark.
Money was reported stolen Thursday at 420 Green Acres.
Property Damage Glass and a screen were reported damaged Wednesday at 1721 Cape Meadows.
A vehicle window was reported broken Wednesday at 119 N. Water.
Miscellaneous A 16-year-old male juvenile was cited into juvenile court on suspicion of a fireworks violation.