April 9, 2019
- A caller said “her ex-boyfriend was outside” her workplace “and is refusing to leave.” Officers responded and made contact with the ex-boyfriend, who said “he was waiting for his ex-fiane and did not believe she didn’t want to talk to him.” An officer “advised him that she didn’t want to speak to him and firther advised him to stay off” the grounds of the workplace “in the future.” The officer served the ex-boyfriend “with a trespass notice, and he left.”
- A caller reported a raccoon “that was not leaving.” An officer responded, transported the animal to the city limits and released it.
- A caller from outside the city limits of Perry said someone “is having a panic attack,” and the caller said she “believes he is overdosing on meth.” The caller said the person “will lie, but she knows he is doing meth.” The Dallas County Sheriff’s office was notified.
- A patrolling officer of the Perry Police Department “disposed of a turkey vulture.”
- A caller said “she has a child in a high chair, and she can’t get the tray off to get the child out.” An officer responded and “was able to get the tray off.”
- A caller said someone “has been walking around his residence.” The caller said “there is a civil no-contact order,” and his “daughter does not want contact.” An officer responded.
- A caller said someone’s “girlfriend received a threatening text from” someone. An officer responded.
- A caller requested a welfare check on “a small baby crying that appeared to be alone.” An officer responded, made contact with the child’s mother and “the child appeared to be okay.”
- A caller said a dog was running at large. An officer responded.
- A caller “was concerned about a group of children playng on the street.” An officer responded, “located a group of five to eight juveniles and advised them they should not play in the street and explained the dangers to them.”
- A caller said he “wanted to speak to an officer about some girls who said they were harassed by him, but really it was the other way around.”
- Zachary Lee Finn, 26, 2101 Lucinda St., Perry, was arrested on a charge of driving under suspension.
- A caller said “her daughter” was “receiving harassing text messages.” An officer responded and “read the messages” and determined “no threats were made in the messages.” The officer “suggested” the daughter “block them on all social media.”
*A criminal charge is merely an accusation, and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.