Perry Police Report April 14


April 13, 2017

  • A caller said someone “just drove down the alley” and “swerved the vehicle toward him.” The caller said the same person was recently “screaming insults” at him in similar circumstances. An officer responded.
  • A caller said he lost his billfold.
  • A caller said his wife met someone “while playing an online game,” and now “he is threatening both of them.” An officer responded.
  • A caller said his client “went to a function” and “was asked to leave.” The caller said “they will not be leaving tonight if asked to leave for no reason.” The caller said he “just wanted the chief aware.”
  • A caller asked whether the Perry Police Department would check on the welfare of his wife, “whom he has not been able to get a hold of for the past two hours.” An officer responded and found the wife’s “phone had died,” but “everything was okay.”
  • A caller said she left her purse on the porch while she walked her brother’s dog, and when she returned her purse was gone. An officer responded and “advised her it is best to not leave her belongings unattended for the next time.”
  • A caller reported “a kid that was shooting a BB gun at different kids.” An officer responded and made contact with the child. The officer determined the gun was a toy gun “and not a BB gun.” The officer “educated on safety and to stay in backyard with toy.”
  • A caller “reported an injured bird in the back of her yard.” An officer “responded and captured the turkey vulture.”
  • A caller said two people “had been asked to leave twice and are refusing.” Officers responded and a “no-trespass order was given.”
  • A caller said “there was a tree that was in the middle of the street and was being cut.” The caller said “it was getting dark.” An officer responded.

April 14, 2017

  • Lindsay Joyce Simon, 19, 1715 Rolling Meadows Dr., Pleasant Hill, was issued citations for first-offense possession or purchase of alcohol by a person 18, 19 or 20 and speeding.
  • A caller said his vehicle was vandalized. An officer responded and “found that the vehicle had been struck with eggs, the windshield smeared with cottage cheese and other material and dog feces placed in the door handle. The case is under investigation.”
  • A caller said “he could hear things being thrown around,” and “at one point he heard a woman yell, ‘Help me!'” An officer responded.

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


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