January 30, 2019
- A caller from Woodward said “the gas company came and turned off their heat and hot water heater due to carbon monoxide.” The caller said the landlord “has his phone off, and they cannot contact him.” Officers responded and attempted to make contact with the landlord at his Perry residence, but there was “no answer on the door.”
- A caller “reported a large buck trapped in a fence around” a Perry water pumping station. Investigation revealed “the deer was not trapped but was seriously injured.” An officer “responded and put the animal down.”
- A caller said her neighbors “have a bunch of cars, and they park in front of her house. She has asked them not to, but they do anyway.” An officer responded.
- A caller from Grand Junction requested a welfare check on a Perry resident. Officers responded, made contact with the person and verified “everything was okay.”
- A wireless 911 caller said “she can’t find her phone and may have left it at a friend’s house.” The caller was provided with the police department administration line and directed “to call back on that since this was not an emergency. She did not call back.”
- A wireless 911 caller said “he hadn’t eaten in five days and that the people he lives with steal all his food and that the meds his is on are not working.” Officers responded, verified “everything was okay” and “determined the caller was upset due to limitations on funding for food from his mother.”
*A criminal charge is merely an accusation, and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.