May 4, 2016
- A caller said a former client of her former employer “is always following her around” and appears to be “unusually attracted” to her. She said the former client knocked on her door while she was away, and her boyfriend told him “to leave.” She also said it appears someone has tampered with one of the windows in her home. An officer responded and served the former client with a no-trespass notice for the caller’s residence.
- A woman entered the offices of the Perry Police Department at 908 Willis Ave. and said a coworker was harassing her outside the workplace. She said the coworker “started cussing and yelling at her” when she dropped off her children at school. An officer responded and told both workers “to not have any contact with each other outside of work” and to settle their differences with assistance from the supervisor at the workplace.
- Brian David Ralph, 15, 1614 Fourth St., Perry, was issued a citation for first-offense curfew violation and referred to juvenile court on a charge of fifth-degree criminal mischief for throwing eggs at a residence.
- Mason Dean James, 16, 2015 Third St., Perry, was issued a citation for first-offense curfew violation and referred to juvenile court on a charge of fifth-degree criminal mischief for throwing eggs at a residence.
May 5, 2016
- A bicyclist “riding his bicycle without a light” fled from officers of the Perry Police Department, “leaving his jacket behind.”
- A caller said someone was “at her house and won’t leave.” The caller, who was calling from her mother’s house, said the person in her house “has her cell phone and is currently on drugs.” Officers responded.
*A criminal charge is merely an accusation and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.