January 5, 2019
- A caller requested an officer’s assistance with a dealer “wanting them to sign a contract that they were unsure about.” An officer responded, inspected the contract and “advised both parties that it was a civil matter and they could consult an attorney.”
- A caller asked to speak with an officer “in regards to issues with her landlord.” An officer responded.
- A juvenile male from Perry was arrested on a charge of no-trespass violation.
- A caller said “she was bitten by a dog.” An officer responded.
- A caller said a dog was running at large. An officer responded.
- A caller said someone “was taken to the hosital yesterday afternoon and left two dogs at her apartment.” The caller said someone else “is supposed to take care of them, but she is disabled and unable to do so.” The caller wanted “to know what can be done.” An officer responded.
- A wireless 911 caller said her daughter “was given what she thinks is marijuana.” Officers responded.
- A caller said someone was “playing loud music in their driveway.” An officer responded and “found that music was playing from a car in the driveway, but it wasn’t excessively loud.”
- A caller said “there is an opossum in her fenced-in backyard that keeps coming up to the deck, and she is unable to let her dog out.” Officers responded, “secured the opossum in a cage and relocated it to the country.”
- A caller said she “heard a loud noise, almost like an explosion, that shook her home.” An officer responded “but was unable to locate any signs of an explosion.”
*A criminal charge is merely an accusation, and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.