May 16, 2017
- A caller said “yesterday the order of protection was dropped,” and now someone “is blowing up his phone.” An officer responded and “suggested” the caller “call her and ask her to stop.”
- A caller said his bicycle was stolen “from the front of his house.” An officer responded.
- A caller said he “accidentally locked his keys in his vehicle as well as his 15-month-old daughter.” Officers responded and unlocked the caller’s vehicle.
- A caller said “there is a robin stuck in the window that leads to the laundry room.” An officer responded and “freed the bird.”
- A caller reported “a barking dog that is in the garage” near the caller’s workplace. An officer responded but did not find the barking dog.
- A caller said someone was “throwing his belongings out in the yard.” An officer responded.
- A caller said someone “observed a vehicle hit a dog and leave the scene.” An officer responded but did not find the injured dog.
- A caller said she “found drug paraphernalia in their rhubarb patch.” An officer responded.
- A caller said “she bought a vehicle on Craigslist,” and now the seller “won’t give her the title.” An officer responded.
- Justin Ray Merical of 512 Second St. in Perry was issued a citation for first-offense nuisance burning.
- A caller said “his bike was stolen from his deck sometime over the winter.” An officer responded.
- A caller said his cat was missing.
- A caller said someone “just pushed or punched his aunt.” The caller said “her chest is red.” An officer responded.
*A criminal charge is merely an accusation, and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.