June 28, 2016
- A caller said her son was fighting with his father. Officers responded.
- A caller said he was away from home but was aware his fiance’s brother was “removing weights from his porch.” The caller said he “wanted to talk with an officer about possible trespassing.” An officer responded.
- A caller said she was “nearly scammed by someone who was offering a rental property in Perry.” The caller said she received an email from someone asking for a $1,000 non-refundable deposit and $500 a month in rent. The caller said her research showed the owner of the rental property lives in Granger but “the subject who sent the messages said he lived in California.” The caller said she “did not send him any money but wanted the department aware of the attempted fraud.” An officer responded and advised the caller “to report it to craigslist as well so they could remove the post.”
- A caller from the Dallas County Environmental Health Department said his office received a report from the Dallas County Public Health Department about a woman who claimed “a dog bit her 20-year-old granddaughter on the hip June 19” in Perry. An officer responded and issued a citation for a vicious dog to Jose Olvera of 1602 Second St. in Perry. The officer also presented Olvera with a copy of the vicious-dog ordinance.
- A caller said “his dog came back to the house.” He said he spoke with an officer about the situation “about four days ago.” He said he believes the Humane Society of Perry representative “is out of town” and so he “will keep it for now” and try to contact the Humane Society of Perry “another day.”
*A criminal charge is merely an accusation, and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.