May 7, 2016
- A caller said an envelope fell from a dark vehicle as it passed. The caller said she picked up the envelope, and it contained cash and a debit card. An officer responded and returned the items to their owner.
- A caller said a passing bicyclist was repeatedly falling from his bicycle and might need help. An officer responded but was unable to find the unsteady biker.
- A woman entered the offices of the Perry Police Department at 908 Willis Ave. and said someone was harassing her boyfriend. An officer responded and learned the woman was “having trouble with another young male.” She said her boyfriend’s house was “egged,” and the troublesome young male was “swinging” at her boyfriend and “trying to hit him.” She said she suspected the house of her boyfriend’s parents was “egged over night” by the troublesome young male.
- Nicole Marie Spence, 33, 626 Second St., Perry, was arrested on a charge of domestic abuse assault.
- Ricky Glass was issued a citation for open container following a caller’s complaint of reckless driving. After admitting he drank “two to three beers,” he passed a field sobriety test, registered .034 on a breathalyzer and was “given a ride home.” He “made arrangements for a sober person to take his vehicle.”
- A caller said a vehicle was parked on the soccer fields at Wiese Park. An officer responded and learned the owner of the vehicle “had it on the field because he was playing music while playing a soccer game.” The owner moved the vehicle to the designated parking area.
- A caller said he was barbecuing when “some guy just ran through his yard.” The caller said the runner “said that he had to hide because the cops were looking for him.” Officers responded but did not find the fugitive.
- A caller said “her mom was hitting her and then tore up her clothes.” Officers responded and learned the caller, 11, “was upset because she was not allowed to go to the movies.” The verbal dispute between the caller and her mother escalated when the caller “hit mom in the face,” and the caller’s “shirt got torn” in the ensuing events. The caller “agreed to go to her room for the night.”
- Carla James, 50, 2524 Perry Park Ave., Perry, was issued a citation for failure to secure a child passenger.
- Richard Dale Wood, 41, 203 Cartwright St., Rippey, was arrested on charges of going with armed intent, carrying weapons and public intoxication.
*A criminal charge is merely an accusation, and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.