August 15, 2016
- A woman entered the offices of the Perry Police Department at 908 Willis Ave. in order “to speak to an officer regarding some problems in the community.” Officers responded.
- A caller said her 12-year-old brother was “out of control.” An officer responded.
- A caller said a cat got into his mother’s car. He said “she turned the car on and heard the cat. She turned the car off but can hear the cat screaming.” Officers responded and freed the injured cat.
- A caller said a cat in the street appeared to be injured. An officer responded “and saw the cat, but the cat got up and ran off.”
- A caller said her daughter told her “about an older male watching porn at the library.” The caller said she “called the library and left a voicemail for the director and informed them that they need to watch the computers better.” An officer responded and made contact with Perry Public Library Director Mary Murphy. The director “would not give the name of the suspected person” but told the officer “she would speak to him about the issue and if it continued, she would tell him he was not allowed back at the library.” The officer advised the director to call the officers of the Perry Police Department “if there were any issues with this individual.”
- A caller said a vehicle ran a stop sign near his residence. He said “he would take matters into his own hands.” An officer responded and advised the caller “to not take matters into his own hands.”
- A caller said a dog was hit by a car. He said he “put it by the stop sign.” He said someone “came out when he stopped to pick up the dog” and indicated “they would notify the dog owners.” An officer responded but did not find an injured or dead dog.
*A criminal charge is merely an accusation, and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.