‘Blood all over’ scene of alleged attack Friday night in Perry

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A Perry man was arrested Friday night shortly after allegedly beating another man in the 800 block of William Street in Perry.

Sergio Antonio Olvera, 26, of 1917 Evelyn St., Perry, was charged with willful injury causing bodily injury, first-degree burglary, violation of a no-contact order, violation of probation and driving while barred.

The incident began about 9:15 p.m. in the 800 block of William Street in Perry, where officers of the Perry Police Department responded to a report of a disturbance.

According to public safety radio traffic, Olvera allegedly “entered the house” on William Street and “made statements about going to kill” the victim.

Responding officers found “blood all over” the William Street scene, according to radio traffic, and the male victim sustained “some pretty good facial injuries” and was transported privately for treatment at the Dallas County Hospital.

Olvera left the scene in a vehicle prior to the arrival of law enforcement, but officers initiated a traffic stop of the vehicle on Willis Avenue near 26th Street, where Olvera was  taken into custody without incident.

Olvera sustained a laceration to his hand and was treated at the Dallas County Hospital before transport to the Dallas County Jail, where he is held on a $37,000 cash or surety bond in advance of an initial appearance in Dallas County District Court.

Olvera was arrested March 17 in Perry on a charge of driving while barred. The case is pending in Dallas County District Court. He was convicted of second-degree harassment Feb. 18 in Dallas County District Court. He was convicted of third or subsequent offense possession of a controlled substance Feb. 17 in Dallas County District Court. He was convicted of driving while barred Jan. 6 in Polk County District Court. He was convicted of first-offense OWI and eluding in 2018 in Boone County District Court. He was convicted of third or subsequent offense possession of a controlled substance in 2017 in Boone County District Court. He was convicted of second-offense possession of a controlled substance in 2015 in Polk County District Court. He was convicted of first-offense possession of a controlled substance in 2015 in Dallas County District Court.

*A criminal charge is merely an accusation, and the defendant is innocent until and unless proven guilty.

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