Perry Police Report June 13


June 12, 2016

  • A caller asked “how to have someone get off her property.” An officer responded and explained the process of having a no-contact order issued.
  • A caller said “his dog was chasing something, and he is currently stuck on sticks around an island.” The Perry Police Department “paged out Underwater Search and Rescue,” but the “dog was rescued” prior to the Perry Volunteer Fire Department rescue unit’s arrival.
  • A caller said her roommate reported “toilet issues” to the landlord. The caller said the landlord responded and “was ringing the doorbell a number of times and ended up entering the apartment area.” The caller said she “was upset that he did not let her know he was coming and just showed up and entered the residence without permission.” The caller said she “just wanted to document for future incidents if needed.” An officer responded.
  • A caller said a suspicious person tried to open a car on the premises of a local automotive repair shop. The caller said the person also put trash in the repair shop’s dumpster. Officers responded.
  • A caller said the dog she was dog sitting escaped and was running at large. She said “the dog is afraid of people it does not know.” An officer responded and asked the caller to call again if she finds the dog.

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


  1. The Perry Police Department ROCKS! They are so good at their jobs. They are professional, but they have the human ouch as well. From what I have seen, they are the best around. They keep a safe town for us all. And on a lighter note, they are really fun to talk to. They have time for everyone.


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