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Cape police report 9/13/02
Friday, Sept. 13
The following items were released by the Cape Girardeau Police Department. Arrests do not imply guilt.
A subject was placed in Thursday Wednesday pending the filing of formal charges for driving while intoxicated and traffic violations.
A summons was issued Thursday to Stephen D. Barnett, 21, of 73 Ash Road, Portageville, Mo., on suspicion of driving while intoxicated.
Neziah H. Wyatt, 24, of 2835 Whitener, Apt. 2, was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of driving while revoked.
Terrell L. Hunt, 19, of 401 S. Hanover, was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of trespassing.
Kevin L. Kimmins, 27, of 3012 Sunset Drive, Carbondale, Ill., was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of stealing alcohol from Schucks at 19 S. Kingshighway.
A 31-year-old female was placed in protective custody Wednesday.
Jerry L. Parker, 37, of 1937 Mary, Scott City, Mo., was arrested on a Cape Girardeau warrant for failure to appear.
A subject was placed in custody Thursday pending the filing of formal charges for tampering.
A summons was issued Wednesday to Robert S. Woolf, of P.O. Box 362, Oran, Mo., for striking a stopped vehicle.
A summons was issued Wednesday to Julie A. McCord, 30, of 620 Koch, on suspicion of harassment.
A summons was issued Thursday to Terry R. Greable, 24, of 827 Jefferson, on suspicion of speeding, driving while revoked and no insurance.Thefts
Gasoline was reported stolen Wednesday from the Transit Building to the Department of Public Safety at Southeast Missouri State University.
A stereo and CDs were reported stolen and a vehicle damaged Wednesday at 810 Missouri Street.
A check was reported stolen Wednesday at 604 Boxwood.
A stereo face plate and CDs were reported stolen and a vehicle damaged Wednesday at 1540 Dunklin.
A window and frame were reported damaged Thursday at Ford and Sons Funeral Home at 1001 N. Mount Auburn.
Tires were reported damaged Thursday at 632 Broadway.
A credit card was reported found Wednesday at the SEMO District Fair.
Five instances of forgery were reported Thursday at 111 S. Broadview.