Police Reports—Nov. 4, 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. 6 in reference to a reported identity theft incident.
Officers responded to the Perryville Police Department on Oct. 14 in reference to a reported forgery incident.
Officers responded to the Perryville Police Department on Oct. 14 in reference to reported fraudulent use of a credit/debit device.
Officers responded to the Perryville Police Department on Oct. 14 in reference to a reported invasion of privacy incident.
Officers responded to 1750 S. Perryville Blvd. on Oct. 22 in reference to an individual finding three bags of clothes on the right side of the building at Walmart.
Officers responded to the Perryville Police Department on Oct. 22 in reference to a report of a stolen bicycle from 110 N. Progress Drive.
Officers responded to 544 E. Ste. Marie St. on Oct. 22 in reference to a reported burglary.
Officers responded to 1238 Star St. on Oct. 23 in reference to a report of tampering with a motor vehicle at the soccer complex.
Among those arrested were:
Harry R. Hathaway, 39, Perryville by officers on Oct. 18 on charges of possession of drug paraphernalia, operating a vehicle without a license, and operating a vehicle without financial responsibility following a traffic stop at 305 N. Main Street.
Patrick A. Leutzinger, 35, DeSoto by officers on Oct. 20 on a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia following a report of a suspicious person at Bening Ford.
Brittany Ann Cordia, 29, Perryville by officers on Oct. 22 on a fugitive warrant from the Perry County Sheriff’s Department following a report of a suspicious person at 434 N. West Street.