May 27, 2017
- A patrolling officer of the Perry Police Department “saw a dog charging another dog” and “attempted to stop them.” The officer was bitten in consequence, “causing the skin to break.” The “dog owner showed current vaccination paperwork.”
- A caller “reported what sounded like gunshots being fired.” An officer responded and determined “it did sound like someone was shooting” but beyond the jurisdiction of the city of Perry.
- A caller said someone stile items from her unlocked vehicle. An officer responded.
- A 911 caller “requested an officer because it was too loud.” It was explained to the caller “that this was not an emergency, and they need to call the non-emergent line next time.” An officer responded.
- A caller from Blank Children’s Hospital in Des Moines said an 8-year-old girl was bitten by a dog in Perry. An officer responded.
- A caller “reported loud music around his area,” and he “was trying to go to sleep.” An officer responded.
May 28, 2017
- Nicola Richard Chandler Veltri, 18, 308 Moorehead St., Ida Grove, Iowa, was arrested on charges of first-offense possession of a controlled substance-marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
- Jose Ramiro Vargas-Orellana, 26, 610 North St., Perry, was arrested on a charge of first-offense public intoxication.
- A caller reported “an unconscious intoxicated male who had vomited all over himself.” An officer responded, and the Dallas County EMS was paged.
- A caller said “a person is mowing an empty lot” and “leaving grass clippings in the street.” An officer responded but did not find “any grass clippings or anyone mowing a yard.”
- Heather Andrea Watson, 39, 803 Graceland Ave., Perry, was arrested on a charge of domestic assault simple.
- A caller reported hearing a neighbor “who is autistic slamming her head into the wall.” An officer responded and found “all okay.”
May 29, 2017
- David Lee Loder, 22, 4815 Todd Dr., #62, Ames, was arrested on charges of first-offense possession of a controlled substance, marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and first-offense OWI.
*A criminal charge is merely an accusation, and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.