Perry Police Report April 6


April 5, 2019

  • “A truck driver who was at Tyson’s” said “there was a lady in the parking lot, taking pictures of some of the semis’ info as well as taking video of inside the trailer.” Officers responded, and the Dallas County Sheriff’s office was notified. An officer “conducted a traffic stop” on a vehicle with a “California plate” and driven by someone from Anaheim Hills, Calif. The driver “had been taking photos of hog transport trucks. She stated it was because she has never seen so many pigs confined in such a small space on trucks.” The officer “advised her that she needs to stay away from Tyson’s unless conducting formal business with them.” The officer “advised the security manager of the incident.”
  • A 15-year-old male was arrested on a charge of disorderly conduct.
  • A caller “wanted to talk with an officer about concerns with his 17-year-old son.” An officer responded.
  • A caller said “he was on Iowa Highway 141 near Rippey” and “had seen someone drop off a dog on the side of the road.” The caller said he was “upset that someone would do that.” The caller was transferred to the Greene County Sheriff’s office.
  • A caller “requested a welfare check on her ex-husband.” The caller said she “has been trying to get a hold of him since yesterday to discuss child exchange,” but “he does not answer.” An officer responded and made contact with the ex-husband’s employer. “All okay.”
  • A caller said she caught two dogs running at large. An officer responded and took possession of the dogs.
  • A woman entered the offices of the Perry Police Department at 908 Willis Ave. and said “she was almost scammed.” The woman said she “did not want to talk to an officer” but “just wanted the information logged.”
  • A caller said two dogs were running at large. An officer responded but did not find the dogs.
  • A caller said someone left “and advised he is running away” and is “walking to Des Moines.” An officer responded, made contact with the runaway and “transported him back to the residence.”
  • A caller asked to speak with an officer “regarding her sister.” The caller said the sister “received a check from” someone “for her son’s birthday.” The caller said she “wanted to press charges” because the person who sent the check “should not be contacting them.”
  • Curtis Hoyt, 54, 922 10th St., Perry, was arrested on a Perry Police Department warrant on a charge of assault causing bodily injury or mental illness.
  • A caller said his dog was lost. The caller called again and said his dog was found.
  • Keegan Sinclair, 23, was arrested on a Dallas County warrant for failure to appear on an original charge of possession of marijuana.
  • A wireless 911 caller said he ex-husband “slashed her tires.” An officer responded.
  • A caller said his neighbor owns two chihuahuas that “are constantly running at large” and “almost bit his wife yesterday.” The caller said he “has spoken with his neighbor about it, but he doesn’t care.” The caller said “when he saw them out earlier today, he threatened to ‘beat the dogs’ even though he wasn’t going to.” An officer responded and advised the caller “not to threaten to beat his neighbor’s dogs” but “to call us if he sees them out.”

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


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