July 26, 2016
- A caller said five people were in the park. The caller said “she was not sure what they were doing, but they all had lights.” An officer responded.
- A caller said she saw “a large black wire on the ground.” An officer responded and found nothing amiss.
- A caller said she heard “a lot of yelling coming from” a nearby residence. Officers responded and were “unable to get anyone to come to the door” where the yelling was said to be. All was quiet when officers arrived.
- A caller said “a big truck” passed and “there is now a cable hanging low.” An officer responded and found a wire hanging “low enough to catch other vehicles.” The local media provider was alerted.
- A caller from the Dallas County Sheriff’s office asked whether an officer of the Perry Police Department would contact a Perry resident and “have his child quit playing on the phone.” The sheriff’s office said more than 10 911 calls were made by the playing child.
- A caller said a cat “was dead in a driveway.” The caller said he “was going to put it in a bag and leave it on the curb.” An officer responded and alerted the Perry Public Works Department.
July 27, 2016
- A caller said “she works with a male who is threatening suicide.” The caller said the 24-year-old man was “alert, somewhat aggressive” and might “have taken drugs.” Officers responded and alerted the Perry First Responders at Dallas County EMS.
- A caller said her son “had eaten shrimp and crab” and now “has a rash.” She said she was “not sure if he is having an allergic reaction.” Officers responded and alerted Dallas County EMS.
*A criminal charge is merely an accusation, and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.