Perry Police Report May 7


May 6, 2016

  • A caller from a local retail store said they received several forged checks.
  • A caller from Optimae Life Services asked the Perry Police Department to check on the welfare of an Optimae client after the client was “rude” to an Optimae case worker and seemed “to be under the influence of something.” The caller asked the Perry Police Department “to see if there are other services available for” the client. An officer responded and found the client “did not appear to be under the influence” but was “upset” earlier due to “the poor service and tardiness” of the case worker.
  • A caller said “a wanted person was in her apartment,” and she was “afraid to go to her apartment.” The caller said the wanted person “took some of her medication, cell phone and e-cigarette.”¬†Officers responded but were unable to locate the wanted person. The process of issuing a no-trespass order were begun by the caller.
  • Perry Police Department School Resource Officer Pat Jans taught a class on citizen’s rights at the Perry High School.
  • A caller said her car was stolen. An officer responded.

May 7, 2016

  • Anthony David Rothmeyer, 46, 2014 Warford St., Perry, was arrested on charges of third-offense possession of methamphetamine, unlawful possession of prescription drugs, first-offense OWI (drug related), possession of drug paraphernalia and driving under suspension.
  • The Guthrie County Sheriff’s office informed the Perry Police Department that someone walking near the Perry Municipal Airport was “shining their flashlight at cars as they drive by.” Perry Police Department officers were “busy” with an arrest and relayed the information about the person with the flashlight to the Dallas County Sheriff’s office. A deputy sheriff responded but was unable to find the person with the flashlight.

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


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