Perry Police Report Aug. 11

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August 10, 2016

  • A caller said her husband “hurt his head and is missing property.” She said she “doesn’t see bleeding, but there is a bump on his head.” She said he was “on the floor and had possibly been intoxicated.” An officer responded, and the Dallas County EMS was paged.
  • A caller said she caught an opossum. Officers responded and transported the animal to the riverside, where it was released.
  • A caller said his sister said someone stole gasoline from her vehicle. He said his sister said “this is not the first time,” and “she is not the only person who has been affected.” An officer responded.
  • A man entered the offices of the Perry Police Department at 908 Willis Ave. with “civil questions concerning his rights as a tenant.” An officer responded.
  • A woman entered the offices of the Perry Police Department at 908 Willis Ave. and said her son lost his cellular telephone. An officer responded.
  • An officer of the Perry Police Department was “flagged down by a citizen,” who said a stop light was out. The officer responded and alerted the Perry Public Works Department.
  • A letter carrier with the U.S. Postal Service¬†entered the offices of the Perry Police Department at 908 Willis Ave. with “a black Nissan car key” he said he found “on Second and Lucinda near the chiropractic office.” An officer responded and logged the item into evidence.
  • A caller said “her vehicle was struck by another vehicle,” but “she didn’t see the damage till she arrived home.” An officer responded and started an investigation.
  • A man entered the offices of the Perry Police Department at 908 Willis Ave. and said the licence plates were stolen from his vehicle overnight. An officer responded.
  • A caller said she caught a kitten. An officer responded and transported the animal to the Perry Animal Holding facility. The Humane Society of Perry was notified.
  • A caller asked whether an officer of the Perry Police Department could remove a bat from her residence. An officer responded and “was able to catch and release one bat outside, but the second bat disappeared and was not able to be found.”
  • A caller said “his neighbor across the hall” asked him “to call for the police and an ambulance.” The caller said he “doesn’t want to get involved, so he didn’t want to ask her any questions.” Officers responded.

August 11, 2016

  • A caller asked whether an officer of the Perry Police Department could remove a bat from her residence. An officer responded and “was able to get the bat removed.”

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

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