August 30, 2017
- A caller “requested an officer for an escort.” An officer responded.
- A caller said the “coin-operated washing machine was broken.” The caller said she was told “by the manager to give the police a call.” An officer responded and was given “information regarding the property that was found yesterday and placed into evidence.”
- A caller said “a Kirby vacuum cleaner salesman was just at her residence.” Officers responded but were “unable to locate the individual described.”
- A caller said her neighbor “is always running around in black shorts with the seam ripped out” and “is always exposing his rear end.” An officer responded and explained to the caller “there was not a way to charge the neighbor with indecent exposure.” The officer “offered to speak with the neighbor,” but “the caller denied the request.”
- A patrolling officer of the Perry Police Department “received a complaint of a suspicious person at the football field.” The officer responded and made contact with a man who said he was “returning to his residence.”
- A patrolling officer of the Perry Police Department retrieved an abandoned bicycle. The item was “logged into the bike shed.”
- A caller said “a neighbor who lives behind him allows his dog to run loose,” and “the dog is always doing its business in his yard.” The caller siad “he tried talking to the neighbor,” but “it hasn’t done any good.” Officers responded and made contact with the neighbor, informing him “that it is against ordinance to not pick up your dog’s feces.”
- A caller from the Dallas County Hospital “requested an officer respond to the hospital regarding a 9-year-old child bitten on the face by the family pet.” Officers responded.
- A caller “complained of loud music coming from the residence just north of hers.” Officers responded, made contact with the neighbor and “advised him he needed to keep the music down.”
August 31, 2017
- A caller “requested extra patrol of his garage due to the breakins that have taken place.” Officers were advised.
*A criminal charge is merely an accusation, and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.