Perry Police Report July 22


July 21, 2016

  • A caller said she saw “a male lying on the sidewalk.” Officers responded “and determined that he was just sleeping” and suffering “no medical problems.”
  • A caller said “his residential treatment worker would not give him his prescription medication that he needed.” An officer responded and found the treatment worker was “waiting for the pharmacy to open so they could fill the prescriptions.” The officer “explained the process” to the caller and “told him that as soon as his prescription was filled, he would get his medication.”
  • A caller said “she believes there has been another break in” at local rental storage units. An officer responded and met with the owner of the rental storage units and the renters and determined someone “had broken into the storage unit and stolen several undetermined items.”
  • A caller said her dog was missing. The caller later called and said she found her dog.
  • A caller said “all the streetlights were on in the downtown area”at about 4 p.m. An officer responded and informed the Perry City Hall.
  • A caller said “she was contacted by someone who said they were with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service” and claimed “she needed to pay $900 in back taxes or a warrant would be issued for her arrest.” An officer responded and told the caller “not to give the person on the phone any information or money.” The caller was told “this was a scam and what to do if it persists.”
  • A caller reported “a possible gas drive off” from a local gasoline retail store. The caller also said “they’ve been having problems with their scanner, and the driver may have thought she paid.” An officer responded and made efforts to contact the driver. The driver later called and said she “made arrangements to stop by the store tomorrow and pay for the gas.”
  • A caller said “a large tree in his yard fell,” and he “wanted to know what he should do.” An officer responded and determined the tree “was not blocking the roadway” but was “on the sidewalk.” The caller said he “would clear the tree tomorrow.”
  • A caller said a juvenile “just stole a bag of chips and ran from the building.” An officer responded.
  • A caller “requested an ambulance for a client who had overdosed on medications and alcohol.” An officer responded, and Perry First Responders and the Dallas County EMS were paged.
  • A caller said her sister was missing. She said her sister had not been to work since Monday. An officer responded and made contact with the missing sister’s neighbor, who said the missing sister “had her bags packed and loaded into a red van” on Monday. The neighbor said the missing sister “did not tell him where she was going.” The officer left a voicemail message on the telephone of the missing sister and told the caller he would keep trying to make contact with the missing sister.
  • A caller said he and two friends “flipped a kayak and lost a lot of their belongings” on the Raccoon River between Dawson and Perry. The caller said no one was injured. He “requested assistance back to the boat ramp.” Perry Water Rescue was paged.
  • A 16-year-old boy from Linden and a 16-year-old boy from Jamaica were issued citations for first-offense curfew violations.

July 22, 2016

  • Hector Antonio Alvarado Hernandez, 26, 1007 Dewey Ave., #5, Perry, was arrested on a charge of driving under suspension.
  • A caller said a man was “just hanging around by the front door” and “has been there over the last several days off and on.” An officer responded.

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


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