June 9, 2016
- A caller said “the neighbor has stolen some mail and has changed the password to her internet.” An officer responded.
- A caller asked whether “things can be thrown out without her permission.” She said “someone had thrown her stuff out out” that “would be considered joint property after 35 years of marriage.” An officer responded and told the caller “to talk to the judge when she has the hearing about the no-contact order.”
- Ryan Jacob Ayers, 23, 413 Fourth St., Perry, was arrested on a charge of driving under suspension.
- A caller said a speeding vehicle has “gone by at least four times now.” An officer responded but did not find the speeder.
- A caller reported “someone shooting off fireworks in Wiese Park.” The caller “didn’t know exactly where they were.” An officer responded but did not find the noise makers.
- Aurelio Barron-Montalvo, 27, 1715 First Ave., Perry, was arrested on charges of driving under revocation, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
June 10, 2016
- A caller said he does not allow tenants to keep pets in the apartments he owns. He said “one of his tenants is letting someone stay in their apartment and has been bringing two pit bulls into the apartment.” An officer responded and stood by while the caller asked the tenant to “remove the two white pit bulls that are in the apartment building,” and “the tenant had her friend remove the dogs.”
- A caller said “the press box at the football field has lights on and a door open.” He said “he thought it was odd this time of night.” Officers responded.
- A caller said his daughter “stepped outside about 10 p.m. to have a cigarette but never came back in the house.” He said “it was odd because she was going to be there for the night,” and “she still hasn’t shown up this morning.” He said “she is not suicidal and is not on any medications.” An officer responded.
- A caller said someone “was riding a black Harley with a suspended license.” An officer responded but did not find the black Harley rider.
*A criminal charge is merely an accusation, and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.