Perry Police Report July 25


July 22, 2016

  • A caller from the Dallas County Hospital asked whether an officer from the Perry Police Department could respond in order “to help contain a female patient with mental illness” until agents from the Dallas County Sheriff’s office arrived. An officer responded.
  • A caller asked for information about “the custody agreement between her and the kids’ father.” She wanted “to know what to do if he does not comply.” An officer responded.
  • A caller said he was assaulted, and “the person who assaulted him was still at the residence.” Officers responded.
  • A caller from outside the city limits of Perry said he “just got home” and “caught three kids inside his residence.” The caller was transferred to the Dallas County Sheriff’s office.
  • A caller said she lost her keys. An officer responded.
  • A caller from a local retail store said “their phone lines were accidentally cut.” He requested an “extra patrol of the business.”
  • A caller said someone was “harassing him via Snapchat.” An officer responded.
  • A caller reported a stray cat. An officer responded and transported the animal to the Perry Animal Holding Facility. The Humane Society of Perry was notified.
  • A caller said “his neighbor across the street has a yard light that is way too bright,” and it “shines into his residence.” An officer responded and spoke with the caller and the neighbor. The neighbor agreed to “lower the light so it is no longer so bright.”
  • A caller said “someone in his group home stole his e-cigarette.” He said the item was “worth over $500.” An officer responded.

July 23, 2016

  • Jack Lee McCain, 56, 523 Clearview Dr., #12, Perry, was arrested on Dallas County warrants on charges of probation violation and failure to appear for debtor’s exam.
  • A caller said “two pit bulls have attacked her dog.” Officers responded and learned the caller’s ┬áson “was walking his dog (without a leash) when the next door neighbor’s dogs (two pit bulls) started acting aggressive.” No dogs were hurt.
  • A caller said a neighbor is “always hitting her.” Officers responded and learned the caller “had broken up with someone (she would not say who) and now whenever she” walks down a certain street, the ex-boyfriend’s mother “yells” at the caller and says the caller “is a bad person. The caller wanted to the mother “to be told to stop,” but she was uncertain of the mother’s name or where the mother lived. Officers could not find the mother and advised the caller “to not walk down” that certain street.
  • A caller said someone had “a banner regarding legalizing marijuana” and was “concerned they may need a permit for it.” An officer responded and found “a group of individuals had a table out, blocking the sidewalk, trying to get people to sign a petition for legalizing marijuana.” The officer “asked for the IDs, but the parties refused.” The officer told them “they could not block the sidewalk and to move their table so the sidewalk was cleared. They complied.”
  • Brittany Ann Neal, 22, 825 Park St., Perry was arrested on a charge of possession of marijuana.

July 24, 2016

  • Sean Alan Whiteley, 40, 1005 66th St., Windsor Heights, was arrested on a charge of criminal mischief.
  • A caller said “a male just broke into his residence.” The caller said the male “pushed through the door” but left when the caller “yelled at the male.” An officer responded and learned the “male said he was there because his friend lived there and left when the man told him he was at the wrong house.” The officer found “no damage to the door.” The incident was judged to be “more than likely a misunderstanding.”
  • A caller said “the man that was arrested earlier had returned” and was “at the front of the store, yelling at people not to shop there.” An officer responded but did not find the yelling man.
  • A caller said “a group of kids” was “attempting to remove a street sign.” An officer responded and “located four juveniles.” The four boys said “they were playing around a sign that was loose, but they did not cause it to be that way.” The officer did not find any damage to any sign.
  • A caller said a dog was running at large. An officer responded but did not find the dog.

July 25, 2016

  • A caller said he “was being held captive at” a local long-term care facility. An officer responded and spoke with the facility staff, who said the caller believes “he is being held captive at the nursing home.” The officer spoke to the caller, who “was calm” but who did not let the officer “convince him to go back to his chair.” The facility staff “continued with proper care.”
  • A caller said someone “stole some energy drinks” from a local retail store. Officers responded.
  • A Perry Police Department patrol vehicle “was damaged while it was sitting outside the Perry Police Department.” A headlight was broken, apparently by bricks thrown at the vehicle by an unknown person or person. An investigation was started.
  • While on patrol, a Perry Police Department officer was told by “a citizen” that “there was a bike rack in the middle of Willis.” Investigating, the officer found that “everything that was on the sidewalk in front of the hotel was now in the street.” Further investigation revealed “that the tables by the caboose were damaged.”

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


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