June 27, 2016
- A caller claimed someone driving a car with a child passenger was “under the influence of meth.” An officer responded.
- A caller said he was cleaning his birds’ cage when one of the birds flew away. He said “he is left with only one bird who is now losing his feathers because he needs his mate.” He said he saw “a picture on Facebook of his bird.” An officer responded. The caller later said “an agreement has been made” with the Facebook poster, and the caller said he “will get the bird at 5 p.m. today.”
- A caller said “a bicycle that is laying beside their mailbox has been there since this morning.” An officer responded, and the “bike was taken to the bike shed.”
- Perry Police Department officers responded to “a hold-up alarm” at a local bank. The officers “checked the area,” and “activity appeared normal.” The “went in and spoke with the bankers” and found “all okay.”
- Perry Police Department officers assisted the Dallas County Hospital with an active-shooter drill.
- A “citizen” entered the officers of the Perry Police Department at 908 Willis Ave. and said “there is a large deep hole on the side of the roadway.” An officer responded and alerted the Perry Public Works Department.
- Dallas County EMS was summoned to a residence by a Perry Police Department officer when the “female she was talking to passed out.”
- A caller said “due to his age and health issues, he is unable to take proper care of two dogs.” An officer responded and transported one of the dogs to the Perry Animal Shelter. The Humane Society of Perry was notified.
- A caller claimed the driver and passenger in a car were “under the influence of drugs.” An officer responded and found “no signs of drug usage.” The officer issued a citation to the driving, who “was found to not have a valid driver’s license.”
- A caller “requested to talk to an officer regarding problems with her landlord.” An officer responded.
- A caller said her neighbor “acciendatlly stabbed herself in the stomach.” The Perry Police Department, Perry First Responders and Dallas County EMS responded.
- A woman entered the officers of the Perry Police Department at 908 Willis Ave. and said “she lost her passport about two months ago.”
- A caller said “someone knocked on her door, left a box and then left.” The caller said she “was nervous about opening the box.” An officer responded and opened the box, which it was found “contained three hamsters.” The caller said she “had no idea who dropped them off and did not want them.” The officer “turned the hamsters over to the Humane Society of Perry.”
*A criminal charge is merely an accusation, and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.