April 4, 2016
- A caller said her husband “came in last night around midnight, busting through the door.” She said “he broke her phone and took her other one.” An officer responded.
- A caller said people have been living for two weeks in a camper behind the neighboring house. An officer responded but was “unable to find an ordinance related to this issue.” The matter was referred to the Perry Compliance officer.
- A caller said he received two calls from a party claiming to be with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service. He said “when he started asking the caller questions, the caller started insulting his family.” An officer took a report.
- A caller said she delivered free cats to a woman who saw them advertised on craigslist. She said the woman was now text messaging her, saying she no longer wanted the cats. An officer responded and stood by while the caller picked up the unwanted cats.
- A landlord entered the offices of the Perry Police Department at 908 Willis Ave. and said a person who was not his tenant “is loading up property that isn’t his.” An officer responded.
April 5, 2016
- While conducting a security check at the Perry Municipal Airport, an officer found “an open door with keys in the door.” The officer contacted the airport manager and returned the keys.
- A caller said the mother of his child took the child, and he would an officer “to go get her to bring the child back.” An officer responded and told the caller the Perry Police Department “is not able to do that and that he needs to get an attorney and file custody papers.” The officer also told the caller “not to be calling 911 for this issue and to contact an attorney.”
- A caller said “she had a pit bull in her residence that had somehow gotten in her residence in the night.” The caller’s residence was located outside the corporate limits of Perry, and she was told to contact the Dallas County Sheriff” office.
*A criminal charge is merely an accusation, and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.