January 10, 2019
- A caller said “she received a phone call that said her Social Security number had been used for fraudulent activity and that she needed to call a number to get it cleared up.” The caller said “she is sure it’s just a scam but wanted the department aware.” The caller called again and said “she had received several more calls” from the same scammers. An officer responded.
- Five 911 calls were received from a number, and a female said “she was at the school, and it was supposed to be a prank.” An officer was advised and “spoke to the high school.”
- A woman entered the offices of the Perry Police Department at 908 Willis Ave. and said she was told by a recycler “that they can only give her four cents instead of five cents per can she brings in.” The woman said “she called the DNR, who advised that’s illegal and to report it to the police department.” An officer responded and advised the woman “to redeem her cans somewhere else.”
- A caller reported an abandoned bicycle “on his driveway.” An officer responded, and the bicycle “was placed in the bike shed.”
- A caller said someone “was in court today and was supposed to be in jail for violating his no-contact order, but instead he is at his residence.” An officer responded.
- A caller “requested an animal trap to trap an opossum that’s living under the porch.” An officer responded.
- Ivan Arrios Davila, 19, 2543 Riverwoods Ave., Des Moines, was arrested on charges of driving under suspension and first-offense possession of marijuana.
*A criminal charge is merely an accusation, and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.