September 6, 2017
- A caller said he “believes someone is using his identity here in Perry.” An officer responded.
- A officer of the Perry Police Department conducted a funeral escort.
- A caller reported a barking dog. An officer responded and found the “dog was in the house at the time,” and it “did not appear anyone was home.”
- A caller said “he was just walking past his neighbors, and the door is standing wide open.” An officer responded and found “everything okay at the residence.”
- A caller said a vehicle “was traveling like 10 mph on Willis, so” the caller “passed him. After that, the vehicle followed him all the way to the police department.” An officer responded but did not find the slow-moving follower.
- A caller reported “a 3-year-old child with severe bruising.” An officer responded and stood by while a social worker “completed her assessment.”
- A caller reported receiving a text message from someone who “said he’s been drinking all day and has also been making suicidal comments on Facebook.” The caller said the suicidal person “stays at her residence on and off and has threatened her and other family members with physical abuse.” Officers responded and found the caller’s report “turned out to be false.” The officers made contact with the allegedly suicidal subject and determined “all was fine.”
- A caller said “a couple of days ago he was approached by” someone who said the caller “owes him $75 from work he did a couple of years ago.” The caller said the person “came to his residence” today “and banged on the door for half-an-hour.” The caller “said he is afraid” the person “may come back during the day when his 91-year-old mother is home alone” or “may vandalize his vehicle.” An officer responded.
- A caller reported an argument. Officers responded and “requested an ambulance respond for a woman complaining of pain.”
- A caller said “he just received a call from” someone who “made suicidal comments.” Officers responded and made telephone contact with the suicidal person, who “denied being suicidal and claimed that the caller was intoxicated. She refused to meet with officers” in order to “speak with her in person.”
September 7, 2017
- A man entered the offices of the Perry Police Department at 908 Willis Ave. and “asked to speak with an officer about an incident that happened last night.” An officer responded.
- A caller reported “a motorized scooter on Iowa Highway 141 going against traffic.” An officer responded but did not find the wrong-way scooter.
- A caller reported someone “was trying to get into employee vehicles behind the business.” An officer responded.
- Anthony Ray Owens, 37, 603 First St., Jamaica, was arrested on a Story County warrant for parole violation on an original charge of possession of a controlled substance.
- Jessica Ray Clipperton, 34, 603 First St., Jamaica, was arrested on a Story County warrant for parole violation on an original charge of possession of prohibited acts-manufacture, deliver and conspire to deliver drugs.
- A woman entered the offices of the Perry Police Department at 908 Willis Ave. and reported a street sign “has been turned and is facing the wrong direction.” An officer responded.
- Jessica Ray Clipperton, 34, 603 First St., Jamaica, was arrested on charges of possession of drug paraphernalia and two counts of unauthorized use of a credit card under $1,000.
- A caller reported “a cat caught in a trap.” An officer responded and transported the animal to the Perry Animal Holding facility, but the animal “escaped” while the officer “was attempting to place it in the pound.”
- A man entered the offices of the Perry Police Department at 908 Willis Ave. with a billfold he said he found. An officer responded and made contact with the owner of the item, who later claimed the property at the police station.
- A caller said “someone has been attempting to make purchases with her credit card.” An officer responded.
- A caller said “people are fighting in the apartment above her.” Officers responded and determined the argument “was verbal only.”
- A caller reported “a light on in a vacant house.” Officers responded and “found the residence was secured, and no lights were on inside.”
*A criminal charge is merely an accusation, and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.