Perry Police Report Feb. 9

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February 8, 2019

  • A patrolling officer of the Perry Police Department encountered two kids walking to school and “provided them with a ride due to the cold weather.”
  • A caller said she received a call from someone who “said she won a car and cash but needed to pay $1,000 for taxes up front.” The caller was informed it was a scam call.
  • A wireless 911 call was received, and dispatchers could “hear some arguing.” After determining the location of the call, an officer responded and found a mother who “had an argument” with her daughter about “going to school.” The daughter “was gone and said to be on her way to school when the officer arrived.” The Perry Police Department School Resource Officer was informed, and he followed up with the daughter.
  • Ray Curtis Schrier, 32, 6190 N.W. 59th St., #A, Johnston, was arrested on a charge of driving under suspension.
  • A man entered the offices of the Perry Police Department and requested “an officer stand by while he gets his belongings from his old residence, of which the current resident won’t let him into.” An officer responded and stood by.
  • A caller said “one of his tenants advised him that there were kids smoking in the apartments” upstairs. Officers responded and “found the door to be locked. They were able to unlock the door, but it was blocked from the other side.” The officers contacted the caller, and “he gave okay for forced entry.” The “officers forced their way into the apartment and found a lock had been installed from the inside.” The officers also found four juveniles, who were “arrested for trespassing and served with trespass notices.” The “apartment smelled like marijuana, but no evidence was found to charge the juveniles.”
  • A caller reported an irratic driver on Iowa Highway 141, but “officers were busy with another call at the time.”
  • A caller said “his vehicle stalled,” and “he is going home to get gas for it.” The caller called again and said “he had moved his car.”
  • A wireless 911 caller said her dog was lost. “During the call, she advised the dog had come back.”

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

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