Perry Police Report Nov. 13

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November 9, 2017

  • A caller reported an erratic driver. An officer responded but did not find the vehicle.
  • A caller said he lost his billfold.
  • A caller “reported that there was a dumpster on fire.” The Perry Volunteer Fire Department was paged.
  • A caller “reported a gas spill.” An officer responded, and the Perry Volunteer Fire Department was paged.
  • A caller said she “believes someone is outside of her house.” An officer responded.
  • A caller said “her carbon monoxide alert was going off.” Officers responded, and the Perry Volunteer Fire Department was paged.

November 10, 2017

  • An officer of the Perry Police Department removed debris from the roadway.
  • A caller from a local retail store said “one of their female employees found a note on her vehicle,” and she “believes the note was from the driver of a semi parking” nearby. The note said “he wanted to meet her when she got off work.” An officer responded and made contact with the note-writing driver. The officer “advised him to leave” the parking lot, and the driver said “he will be relocating to Tyson’s.”
  • A caller said a dog running at large “just showed up at his residence.” The caller said he was reporting the “information in case someone reports a dog matching the description missing.”
  • A caller reported an erratic driver. An officer responded but did not find the vehicle.
  • A caller said a “dog attacked his dog for about the fifth time tonight.” Officers responded.
  • An officer of the Perry Police Department removed debris from the roadway.
  • Rudy Bladamir Ramirez, 20, 2002 Lucinda St., Perry, was issued a citation for first-offense illegal dumping.


November 11, 2017

  • A caller reported “a skunk with a jar on its head on her back porch.” Officers responded and “assisted the skunk out of the jar.”
  • A caller said someone was “saying all kinds of bad things about her on social media.” An officer responded.
  • A caller said she “located the bike she reported stolen” last month. An officer responded and advised the caller “to register the bike.”
  • A caller reported “a man wearing a plaid shirt pounding on her neighbor’s door for the last few minutes.” The caller said “no one answers the door, and the male won’t leave.” An officer responded, made contact with the man in plaid and learned he was “attempting to serve papers to the resident, but they won’t come to the door.” The officer “stood by” until the plaid-wearing process serve “left.”
  • A caller said a dog was running at large. An officer responded.
  • A caller said she caught a dog running at large. An officer responded and transported the animal to the Perry Animal Holding Facility.
  • An officer of the Perry Police Department “conducted foot patrol for Art on the Prairie in the downtown area. All okay.”
  • A woman entered the offices of the Perry Police Department at 908 Willis Ave. and said her bicycle was stolen. Officers responded.
  • An officer of the Perry Police Department “assisted with traffic control” while “artwork was being lit up.”
  • A caller said “he thinks he heard a gunshot just north of his residence.” Officers responded and were “not able to locate any problems anywhere.”

November 12, 2017

  • Victoria Sue Taylor, 32, 906 Graceland Ave., Perry, was arrested on charges of driving under suspension and no insurance.
  • A caller said “she was delivering the papers” and found “the front door has been broken” at one of her delivery points. An officer responded and found “there was a sign on the front door advising, ‘Do not enter. Broken glass,'” and concluded there “did not appear to be any criminal activity.”
  • A caller said she “is concerned for her daughter.” An officer responded.
  • A caller said she believes someone “is following everywhere she goes in her apartment.” An officer responded and advised the caller that the neighbor is free to “go wherever he pleases in his apartment.”
  • A caller said “he is tired of problems with his ex,” who is “spreading rumors about him” and “causing fights between him and his girlfriend.” An officer responded.
  • A caller said “her shed was broken into.” An officer responded.
  • A caller said two dogs were running at large. An officer responded but did not find the dogs.
  • A caller said “he got locked in the north bay” of a local carwash. The caller called again and said “suddenly both doors opened,” and “as soon as he drove out, both doors shut.” The owners of the carwash were notified.
  • A caller said “he caught neighbor kids stealing his firewood for a recreational fire in their yard.” The caller said “he just wants the kids talked to.” An officer responded and made contact with the neighbor. The officer informed the neighbor “that her sons were taking their neighbor’s firewood. She advised she would make sure it stops.”
  • An officer of the Clive Police Department called and asked whether an officer of the Perry Police Department would make contact with a Perry resident and tell her that “her mother has passed away.” An officer responded, made contact with the resident and delivered the grim message.
  • A caller requested to speak with an officer in order to pose a hypothetical question: “if there was no custody agreement,” then “would anything happen if he were to take their child away?” An officer responded and “advised that it was a civil issue and he would need to go to court and get a custody agreement.”

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

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