March 5, 2019
- A caller said “there were two bikes laying in his driveway,” and the caller “wanted to make officers aware.” An officer responded.
- A 911 caller said “he was trying to turn his phone off, and it somehow dialed 911.” An officer responded but “could not make contact with the caller.” Shortly afterward, “dispatch called him back, and he advised he was currently in the shower.”
- A woman entered the offices of the Perry Police Department at 908 Willis Ave. and said “she received a letter from the state of Virginia for unpaid tolls,” but the woman said she “was in Mexico the date the violations occurred.” An officer responded and determined “the vehicle with the plates did not match the vehicle in the picture on the toll letter.”
- A caller said she was leaving the parking lot of a local retail store and was turning “at the light” when two unknown males “tried to get her to open her truck doors for them. She refused, and they flipped her off.” Officers responded but did not find the suspicious males.
- A caller said “there was a leak in the apartment.” The caller said “the property manager has been contacted,” but the caller “requested further assistance.” An officer responded, and the Perry Water Works was notified.
- A caller “requested help with a bat in her residence.” An officer responded.
- A caller said her dog was lost. The caller called again and said her dog was found.
- A woman entered the offices of the Perry Police Department at 908 Willis Ave. and said her “ex-husband has been stalking” her and “moving her vehicle without her consent.” The woman said the ex-husband “has a spare key and will come at odd hours of the night and open the vehicle doors, roll down the windows and start blaring the car horn.” An officer responded, made contact with the ex-husband and “advised him he needs to leave” the woman “alone and not move” the “vehicle again.”
*A criminal charge is merely an accusation, and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.