Do we need more police
Posted in the Perryville Forum
#1 Feb 4, 2011
Did you ever wonder what life would be like if there were no police?
February 3, 2011
French faces additional charges
PERRYVILLE -- Additional charges have been filed against a 42-year-old Perryville woman accused of stealing from her employer.
Leslie M. French of Perryville was originally charged January 19th with 15 felony counts of stealing from her employer, Bening Ford.
On January 25th, 18 additional counts were added to the original charges, 17 felony and one misdemeanor, bringing the total of 33 counts of stealing.
Police also reported these other recent arrests:
28-year-old John E. Darin of Perryville January 7th for domestic assault.
33-year-old John W. Lambert of Perryville December 31st for common assault at Pom's Bar.
21-year-old Brandon S. Morse of Perryville January 13th for stealing liquor from Rozier's Food Center.
34-year-old Robert L. Ayers of Perryville January 20th on a fugitive warrant for possession of marijuana.
21-year-old Drexton L. Dannenmueller of Perryville January 21st on a fugitive warrant for first degree assault.
48-year-old Allen R. Hunter of Batesville, Arkansas January 21st for DWI, driving while suspended and no insurance at the 130 mile marker of I-55.
41-year-old Susan M. Kostecki of Perryville January 22nd for driving while revoked, no seatbelt and speeding on Smith Street at Ridge.
24-year-old Robert A. Henry of Perryville January 25th for felony stealing of video games and movies from Wal Mart.
17-year-old Troy Alexander Cummings of Poplar Bluff January 25th on a fugitive warrant for probation violation.
31-year-old Matthew E. Kramer of Perryville January 25th for failing to abate a nuisance at 115 Kiefner Street.
59-year-old Allen E. Novak of Perryville January 25th for failing to abate a nuisance at 1106 Pershing.
20-year-old Alex R. Windes of Dittmer January 26th for stealing lithium batteries from Wal Mart.
The following incidents are among those reported to police:
Domestic assault on I-55 at Highway 51 on January 17th.
Recovery of a stolen vehicle from the Gilster Mary Lee Cake Plant on January 22nd.
A theft from vehicles parked in the 500 block of Edgemont Boulevard and at the Gilster Mary Lee Cereal Plant; a theft of fuel from Rhodes 101 and a broken window on a trailer in the 1200 block of North Moulton all on January 26th.
Hit and run traffic crash in the 100 block of College Street on January 27th.
Hit and run traffic crash in the Wal Mart parking lot on January 28th.
Since: Nov 08
#2 Feb 4, 2011
Glad you posted this, I rarely buy the paper and when I had a subscription half of them were stolen from my mailbox.
Since: Aug 10
#3 Feb 4, 2011
#4 Feb 4, 2011
We need the police we already have to do their job instead of hang around the coffee pot flirting with the ladies working at the local convenience stores and restaurants.
#5 Feb 4, 2011
Well, maybe the ladies need some attention.
Since: Nov 08
#6 Feb 4, 2011
#7 Feb 4, 2011
anyone know wuts up with the matthew kramer and failure to abate thing? lol
#8 Feb 7, 2011
MSHP reports arrests
Missouri State Highway Patrol
JEFFERSON CITY -- The Missouri State Highway Patrol has released its latest report of arrests.
Among those listed:
22-year-old Brandie E. Schroeder of Perryville Friday night on a warrant out of Perry County for second degree assault. She was being held in the Perry County Jail pending the posting of bond.
55-year-old John F. Hargis of Chester on a patrol charge of driving while intoxicated Saturday morning in Perry County. He was taken to the Perry County Jail and then released.
27-year-old Tonya Asbury of Chester Saturday night in Perry County on a warrant out of Perry County for fraud-insufficient funds. She was being held in the Perry County Jail pending the posting of bond.
23-year-old Jordan Schremp of Perryville Sunday morning in Perry County on a patrol charge of felony possession of a controlled substance and DWI. He was taken to the Perry County Jail and then released.
28-year-old Charles A. Pumilia of New Orleans, Louisiana Sunday morning in Ste. Genevieve County on patrol charges of resisting by fleeing and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was taken to the Ste. Genevieve County Jail.
#9 Feb 7, 2011
February 3, 2011
Two face charges following discovery of meth lab
Perry County Sheriff's Office
PERRYVILLE -- Two persons face felony charges after deputies from the Perry County Sheriff's Office raided a residence on Perry County Road 830 late last month and found a methamphetamine lab, according to a news release from the sheriff's office.
Charged are: 45-year-old Bridget Welch and 33-year-old Douglas W. Cary who both reside at the address, 1099 PCR 830.
Sheriff Gary Schaaf said warrants were obtained for Cary and Welch, charging each with one class C Felony, two class D Felonies, and two class A Misdemeanors.
Cary is currently in custody pending $10,000 cash bond.
Welch is still at large.
The lab was dismantled and siezed, along with other drugs and associated paraphernalia.
#10 Feb 8, 2011
Failure to abate is basically a failure to maintain property within a jurisdiction to uphold standards set by the jurisdiction, this could be anything from a building that isn't up to city code or grass that is too tall, If the person or firm holding said property does not abate and bring said property up to set standards the jurisdiction have the authority to abate said property and place a lien on same for reimbursement of the abatement.
This could be brought on by anything from a building that has been deemed condemned that isn't being taken down to tall grass or any number of city ordinances being broken.
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