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Wanted Perryville man arrested in Ste. Genevieve County

Michael Fuller (Perry Co. SO) Michael Fuller (Perry Co. SO)
Brttany Tinnin (Source: Perry County Sheriff's Office) Brttany Tinnin (Source: Perry County Sheriff's Office)
Tawyna Pingel  (Source: Perry County Sheriff's Office) Tawyna Pingel (Source: Perry County Sheriff's Office)
PERRYVILLE, MO (KFVS) -

A wanted Perryville man was arrested in Ste. Genevieve County. Charges are pending, according to Perryville Police Chief Direk Hunt.

Two other people have been arrested and of accused giving the man a ride out of the county.

Brittany Tinnin, 24, and Tawnya Pingel, 53, both of Perryville are accused of giving Michael Fuller a ride out of the county.

They are both charged with hindering prosecution.

Pingel is also charged with felony possession of a controlled substance.

According to the Perry County Sheriff's Office, Fuller is known to be armed, dangerous and violent.

Michael Fuller has an active warrant and ran from an officer on Big Springs Boulevard in Perryville, according to the sheriff's office.

Fuller was last seen in western Ste. Genevieve County Thursday evening before he was arrested Friday morning.

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