Perry Police Report Jan. 13

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January 12, 2019

  • A woman entered the offices of the Perry Police Department at 908 Willis Ave. and said “she is ready to get her property from” a residence. An officer responded and “stood by without incident.”
  • Officers of the Perry Police Department “conducted a snow-ordinance patrol” and placed warnings on 51 vehicles parked on city streets in violation of the ordinance.
  • A caller from the Story County Sheriff’s office reported a missing juvenile believed to be at an address in Perry. An officer responded but did not find the missing juvenile.
  • A caller said the vehicles of nearby residents “are parked on their front yard.” An officer responded and issued two citations for “front-yard parking.”
  • A caller said she was “upset that her mechanic has not fixed her car.” The caller said “she does owe some money,” and the mechanic “expects her to pay it all so they can continue working on it. She wants to take the car to another shop, but they need it back together before they work on it.” An officer responded and “suggested she get a tow truck to take it to another place” and “also suggested she contact an attorney.”
  • A caller asked “to speak to an officer about harassment” that was “involving her daughter.” An officer responded.
  • A caller said “a female was not leaving after being told to do so due to not following the rules.” The caller asked for “an officer to go and remove her from the building.” Officers responded, and the female “was removed from the building.”
  • A caller from the Dallas County Sheriff’s office “requested an officer back up a deputy on a traffic stop” in which a “vehicle was stopped in the road, and the driver was not acting right.” An officer responded.
  • Freddie Avery Dalton III, 615 Fifth St., Perry, was arrested on charges of domestic assault causing bodily injury, driving under suspension and first-offense OWI.
  • A caller from a local business said “one of his employees” has “a boyfriend that was making suicidal comments to her and saying he was going to kill himself” inside the workplace. Officers responded and made contact with the boyfriend, who “admitted to making some statement similar to what was reported,” but he told the officers “he does not want to harm himself.” The officers “advised him to call us if he feels like he wants to harm himself.”

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

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