Perry Police Report May 19


May 18, 2016

  • A caller said her son was refusing to go to school. She said it “happens every morning, and he usually shows up late,” but “today he is refusing to go at all.” An officer responded and “transported two juvenile males to the high school.”
  • A man entered the offices of the Perry Police Department at 908 Willis Ave. and said he found a black Canon 21X camera. An officer responded and assumed the property.
  • A caller said he is the caretaker at a local church. He said when he came to work, he discovered “the shed had been broken into and a weedeater taken.” An officer responded and made a report.
  • A caller from Advantages in Life said a client “walked away from the house.” An officer responded and found the client returned to the house. The officer spoke with the client “about not leaving the property without supervision.” The client said “he understood and would no longer do that.”
  • A caller from the Des Moines Police Department said a vehicle stolen from an automobile dealer in Perry had been recovered. An officer responded.
  • A caller from the Perry Lutheran Home requested the assistance of an officer. An officer responded. Quinn Adair, director of the facility, and Marsha James, director of nursing of the facility, told the officer they were contacted by Medicaid Investigator Kyle Paxton about a nurse “possible stealing medications.” Adair and James said Paxton said the nurse “has done this at three other places in the past.” The officer agreed to “investigate this allegation” with Paxton.
  • Matthew Everette Williams, 29, 3118 Bowdon St., Des Moines, was arrested at the Dallas County Jail on a Perry warrant on a charge of fourth-degree theft.
  • A Boy Scout Troupe toured the offices of the Perry Police Department at 908 Willis Ave. under the guidance of an officer.
  • A caller said “people were digging through the dumpster and refusing to leave.” An officer responded. The caller, a manager of rental properties, said the people in the dumpster “had been evicted earlier today,” and “their belongings were thrown into the dumpster.” The caller said the people in the dumpster later returned and “were attempting to remove their belongings from the dumpster.” The caller asked the officer to issue a no-trespass order to the people in the dumpster. The officer gave the caller “a witness statement to complete.”
  • Biabiana Jacobo, 17, was issued a citation for first-offense curfew violation.

May 19, 2016

  • A caller said a man “has been contacting her, and she no longer wants to have contact with him.” She said she “has told him to stop, but he won’t.” She said she first met the man on a social media website and then “met him a couple of days ago in person and has since decided she no longer wants to have communication with him.” An officer responded and told the caller “to block him on Facebook” and “to text him and advise him that she no longer wishes to communicate.” The officer spoke with the male half and told him the female half no longer wished to communicate with him. The male half said “he would not and was deleting her number.”
  • Ryan James Kinney, 41, 2204 First Ave., Perry, was arrested on a charge of disorderly conduct.

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


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