Perry Police Report April 17

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April 15, 2016

  • Nicholas Scott Bartling, 24, 706 Howard St., Indianola, was arrested on a charge of possession of marijuana.
  • Eva Reyes de Frisbie was issued a citation for first-offense unlawful passing of a school bus.

April 16, 2016

  • A woman entered the offices of the Perry Police Department at 908 Willis Ave. and said her mother, “who is elderly and does not speak English,” was cooking when a “lady” from a nearby business “went to their apartment and made gestures to her mother that she did not like the smell of the food.” She said “the lady was very rude” and “shoved her mother back into the house by closing the door.” She said the lady later “came back up to try and give her a soda.” She said a worker from another nearby business “showed up and told her to leave her mother alone.” She said the worker “took the soda from her and waited for her to leave.” An officer responded and talked with the “lady,” who said she “did try to speak with her neighbor and try to get her to stop cooking during business hours.”┬áThe “lady” said she “did not try to upset her and tried to smooth things over by giving her a soda.” The officer advised the lady to bring up future complaints with the landlord “and he could take care of them.”
  • A caller asked for help “with a ground squirrel that went into their home.” An officer responded.
  • While on patrol, an officer with the Perry Police Department “observed a few kids playing too close to the pond.” The officer made contact with the children’s mother and explained “how dangerous that can be.”
  • A caller said a parakeet was “flying around the small shelter house at Pattee Park.”
  • A caller said when he dropped off his 1-year-old son with the child’s mother, she “was intoxicated.” He now asked that an officer of the Perry Police Department check the welfare of the child. An officer responded. The baby “appeared to be happy and healthy.” The child’s mother “did state she had been drinking” but declined to submit to a test of her blood alcohol content.
  • A caller said “he caught people rummaging through the burn pile” on his rural Perry property. He said he told the people to leave, and they left. An officer responded.
  • A caller said her brother “has been making suicidal comments for some time now.” She said he told their older sister “he was planning his funeral.” The caller was referred to the office of the Greene County Sheriff.
  • A caller said he was having his taxes prepared when he discovered someone has been using one of his children’s identity. An officer responded.
  • A caller said water was “spraying all over in the men’s room at Wiese Park.” The Perry Public Works Department was alerted.
  • A caller said a group of juveniles was inspecting items “placed on the parking for spring clean up.” He said he told the youngsters “to stop making a mess,” and “they mouthed off to him and continued with their behavior.” An officer responded and spoke with a woman who said “she and her grandson with his friends were dumpster diving.”

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

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