Perry Police Report Feb. 3


February 2, 2019

  • A caller reported “a loud party going on in his apartment complex.” Officers responded and determined the location of the noise, and “they went quiet when the officer knocked on the door but did not answer the door.”
  • Clinton Terrell Green, 21, 1507 Eighth St., Perry, was arrested on a charge of driving under suspension.
  • A caller said her dog was lost. The caller called again and said her dog was found.
  • A caller said her ex-husband was “supposed to have visitation with the children.” The caller said “she just got off the phone with him and does not feel safe being” in public “alone when he arrives.” An officer responded and stood by, and the ex-husband “did not show up.” The officer spoke with the caller “about possible legal or Crisis Intervention and Advocacy help.”
  • A caller said he caught a dog with tags running at large. “The owner was contacted and would be there in a few to pick up the dog.”
  • A patrolling officer of the Perry Police Department observed “a bus hit some of the fencing near the library.”
  • A caller said “she is headed to town to take her two children from their father.” The caller said she “spoke to her attorney, who advised her a mother has rights over the father.” An officer responded and “advised her to obtain a custody agreement.”
  • A caller said “a male and a female on a bike are stopped in the middle of the road,” and “the male seems to be harassing the female.” Officers responded and found the parties engaged in a “verbal dispute about the location of their bus.” An officer told “them where to go. All okay.”
  • A caller said “her friend cut her wrist with a razor blade and took off running across the street to a neighbor’s house.” Officers responded, and the Perry First Responders were paged.
  • A caller said “they were walking and saw a puppy out in the cold.” An officer responded and found “there were no dogs in the yard.”
  • A caller said “he took in a stray dog that was in his backyard, but it’s being aggressive towards his current dog.” An officer responded and gave the caller “information about AHeinz57 animal shelter, located in Dallas County.”
  • A caller said “a water pipe burst at the Central Iowa Ready Mix plant and flooded the parking lot, but he took care of it.” Officers were advised.
  • A caller said his dog was lost. The caller called again and said his dog was found.
  • Sayde Steel Hein, 19, 1118 N. First Ave., Denison, was arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance-methamphetamine with intent to deliver and possession of drug paraphernalia.
  • Two callers reported hearing “a loud gun shot or explosion.” Officers were engaged “in a drug investigation” at the time, and “dispatch requested a deputy who was in town respond to the call.” The deputy responded and “was unable to locate anything suspicious.”
  • A wireless 911 caller said “her husband is holding her hostage in” a vehicle. Officers responded and “determined that it was a verbal disagreement between spouses. Nothing physical. Everything was fine.”

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


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