August 2, 2016
- A caller said her dogs were missing. The caller later called again and said she found her dogs.
- A woman entered the offices of the Perry Police Department at 908 Willis Ave. and said she was scammed. She said she was “talking to a subject on MeetMe and received a check for $10,000.” Her MeetMe friend asked her to cash the check and send the money to her MeetMe friend. When she presented the check at the bank, “she discovered that it was no good.” An officer responded.
- A caller said his 13-year-old son was “acting up.” Officers responded and “discussed options on how the family can seek assistance in learning new skills to deal with issues in a better manner.”
- A caller reported a dead cat. An officer responded and alerted the Perry Public Works Department.
- A caller said “she’s been mistreated by some juveniles who live in the area.” She said a 10-year-old boy “cussed her out when she asked him not to ride on her sidewalk with his skateboard.” An officer responded but did not find the young cusser.
- A caller said “he found drug paraphernalia on his son.” An officer responded. The son “denied the items to be his.” The items were “logged into evidence as found property.”
- A caller said he was “upset with his roommate for walking around in his underwear after getting out of the shower.” An officer responded.
- Thomas Alan Kloster, 33, 1402 Willis Ave., #7, Perry was arrested on a Perry warrant on a charge of first-offense sex offender area/activity violation.
- A caller said the vehicle registration and insurance card were missing from her vehicle. An officer responded.
*A criminal charge is merely an accusation, and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.