Police report 04/27/02

Saturday, April 27, 2002

Cape Girardeau

Saturday, April 27

DWIJennifer Joy Amann, 25, of 821 Broadway was arrested Thursday for driving while intoxicated.

Jerrod Wayne Talley, 2760 Lynnwood Hills, was arrested Thursday for driving while intoxicated.

ArrestsAndrew Louis Camp, 22, of Scott City, Mo., was arrested Thursday for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

Hector Roman Cruz, 29, of 415 Sheridan was arrested Thursday for assault.

Megan Kay Luttrell, 17, of Chaffee, Mo., was arrested Thursday for property damage.

Denise Diane Smith, 24, of 814 S. Ellis was arrested Thursday for stealing medication.

SummonsEddie Ray Dry, 36, of 1927 N. Kingshighway was issued a summons Thursday for possession of drug paraphernalia.

Larry James Maglone, 49, of 534 S. Sprigg was issued a summons Thursday for littering.

TheftA bicycle was reported Thursday at 6 Village Drive.

Stereo equipment and compact discs were reported stolen Thursday from a car at 3006 Mimosa. The vehicle was also damaged.

Medication and glue was reported stolen Thursday from Walgreens, 1 S. Kingshighway.

A bicycle was reported stolen Thursday at 1126 N. Fountain.

A cell phone was reported stolen Thursday at Capaha Park.

A computer was reported stolen Friday at 2505 Allendale.

Property DamageA vehicle was reported broken Thursday at Wiethop Truck Sales, 460 Kingshighway.

A window was reported broken Thursday at Cape Kil Pest Control, 33 N. Frederick.

MiscellaneousPatronizing prostitution was reported Thursday. A suspect is in custody pending formal charges.

A hit-and-run accident was reported Thursday at Broadway and Kingshighway.

A hit-and-run accident was reported Thursday at 1533 Sylvan Lane.

A 44-year-old female was taken in to protective custody.

Jackson

Saturday, April 27

ArrestJarrett W. Stroder, 18, of 713 N. Farmington Road was arrested Thursday on a Jackson warrant for peace disturbance and harassment.

TheftTheft of money was reported Thursday at 119 S. Farmington Road.

Property Damage

Damage was reported Wednesday at 2205 W. Jackson Boulevard.