Police Reports—Nov. 18, 2021

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The Perryville Police Department has released its latest report of incidents and arrests:
Incidents include:
Officers responded to the Perryville Police Department on Oct. 26 in reference to a possible identity theft incident.
Officers responded to 1205 N. Moulton St. on Oct. 27 in reference to a noise complaint.
Officers responded to 712 N. Kingshighway on Nov. 5 in reference to the reported theft of a license plate.
Officers responded to 20 E. Ste. Marie St. on Nov. 8 in reference to an individual finding a key fob.
Among those arrested were:
Desiree J. Kimmet, 29, Perryville by officers on Oct. 29 on charges of stealing following a report of a stealing incident at 114 W. South St., and possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia following a traffic stop on Grand Avenue.
Joseph D. Baggett, 60, Perryville by officers on Oct. 29 on charges of stealing following a report of a stealing incident at 114 W. South St., and possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia following a traffic stop on Grand Avenue.
Bobby M. Mangrum, 42, Murphysboro by officers on Nov. 2 on a fugitive warrant from the Williamson County Sheriff’s Department while investigating a separate incident.
Ivan S. Weibrecht, 20, homeless by officers on Nov. 10 on a fugitive warrant from the Cape Girardeau Police Department while in court on a separate matter.
Terry Lee Eberly, 60, Marble Hill by officers on Nov. 10 on charges of burglary second degree, property damage first degree, and stealing follow a report of a possible break in at Perry County Middle School.
Tabatha Johnson, 21, Ste. Genevieve by officers on Nov. 14 on a fugitive warrant from the Ste. Genevieve County Sheriff’s Department following an investigation into a traffic accident at Rhodes 101 Stop located at 1314 N. Perryville Boulevard.