Perry Police Report April 6-9

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April 6, 2017

  • A caller “requested an officer because she can’t get her 12-year-old son in the car.” The Perry Police Department School Resource Officer responded.
  • Officers broke up a verbal dispute at a local gas station.
  • A caller said she wanted her “boyfriend removed from the residence.” An officer responded and told the caller that the boyfriend could not be removed “as he has been allowed to live there for some time.” The caller said “a ride was coming for him later that night to take him back to Chicago.”
  • A caller said her dog was lost. The caller later called again and said her dog was found.
  • A caller asked for help from an officer with her son, who is “an alcoholic and wouldn’t stop yelling at her.” An officer responded.
  • A caller reported “two kids darting out in front of traffic.” The caller said the children “appeared to be around 7 and 10 years old.” An officer responded.
  • A caller said “kids” were “shooting a BB gun towards her residence.” Officers responded and made contact with two juvenile males who fit the caller’s description. One of the boys said he was “shooting a BB gun at a target in the back of his grandmother’s house.” The officers informed the juveniles “that it is in violation of the city ordinance to shoot a BB gun in town.”
  • A woman entered the offices of the Perry Police Station at 908 Willis Ave. and said “she found a driver’s license and debit card laying in her driveway.” An officer responded and “logged the items into evidence.”

April 7, 2017

  • Alexis Calderon, 25, 1012 Pattee St., Perry, was arrested on a warrant for parole violation on an original charge of third-offense OWI.
  • A caller reported that a number of items were “taken out of his vehicle around noon.”
  • A caller reported “a bike that has been outside for four days.” An officer responded and “put the bicycle in the bike shed.”
  • A caller said an employee of the U.S. Postal Service “has been bitten by a dog.” An officer responded and made contact with the bite victim, who said “he had had prior issues with the same dog.” An investigation began.
  • A bus driver in the Perry Community School District entered the offices of the Perry Police Department at 908 Willis Ave. and reported a school bus violation.
  • A caller said a dog was running at large. An officer responded, made contact with the dog owner and “advised him he would need to figure something out to cover up the hole so the dogs do not get loose again.”
  • A caller said she “saw a chicken in the yard” that was “chasing kids as they walked by.” An officer responded but “was not able to locate any chickens running at large.”
  • A caller said “he observed a man and a woman arguing,” and “the male then grabbed the woman and forced her into the house.” Officers responded and made contact with the arguers, who said “they had a verbal argument over personal issues. They were given a Crisis Intervention pamphlet.”
  • A woman entered the offices of the Perry Police Station at 908 Willis Ave. with a dog she caught running at large. An officer responded and transported the animal to the Perry Animal Holding Facility. The Humane Society of Perry was notified.
  • Maxwell Philip Frederick Roe, 24, 2510 First Ave., Perry, was arrested on a charge of possession of drug paraphernalia.
  • Angela Marie Jessen,¬†was arrested on charges of unlawful possession of prescription drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia.
  • A caller said “someone put pieces of pizza, peanut butter and eggs all over her car.”

April 8, 2017

  • A caller said “she is concerned for the welfare of a yellow dog accompanied by its owner, who is on a bike.” The caller said “the owner is carrying a hammer, and she is afraid he will hurt the dog.” An officer responded and “found the owner to be playing with the dog,” and “all was okay.”
  • A caller said he caught a dog running at large. An officer responded and transported the animal to the Perry Animal Holding Facility. The Humane Society of Perry was notified.
  • Officers of the Perry Police Department provided a funeral escort.
  • A caller said he found a bicycle “by the bike trail.” An officer responded and “placed the bike into the bike shed.”
  • A caller said “her ex is high on meth,” and the caller said she “wants to know what she can do to protect herself and her children.” An officer responded.
  • A man entered the offices of the Perry Police Station at 908 Willis Ave. and “requested to talk to an officer about a possible scam attempt he received in the mail.” An officer responded and determined it was a scam.
  • A caller said she lost her wallet.
  • A caller said her dog was lost. The caller later called again and said her dog was found.
  • A caller said his neighbors “were having a loud party.” An officer responded and found “the noise level wasn’t too loud.” The officer told the partiers about the complaint and asked them “to keep it down.”
  • A caller reported “an underage party in progress.” Officers responded but did not find the party.

April 9, 2017

  • Cesar, Contreras-Ortiz, 29, 500 Fourth St., #G2, Perry, was arrested on a charge of first-offense OWI.
  • A caller, speaking across a “strong language barrier,” said “she needed the police.” Officers responded and found “the female was kicking the male out of the house because he was allegedly cheating on her, and she had just found out.”
  • A patrolling officer of the Perry Police Department came across someone “lying half in and half out of the driver’s seat of his pickup.” The officer responded, and the man “was found to be intoxicated but was in his own driveway.” The officer “made contact with a family member and advised of the situation.”

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

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