Perry Police Report Sept. 4


September 2, 2017

  • A caller asked to speak with an officer about someone “who is making threats via texts and calls.” An officer responded.
  • A caller said someone “had entered their property and stolen something.” An officer responded. The caller’s daughter later called and “said the items missing had been returned anonymously.” She “said while she was working,” the “items were placed on the doorstep.”
  • Santos Estuardo Rivera Corvera, 24, 1717 Third St., Perry, was arrested on a charge of first-offense OWI.
  • A caller said “her son went to take care of the dogs,” and “found the house had been broken into.” An officer responded.
  • A caller reported “a large gathering of kids behind the middle school.” Officers responded and “advised them they need to go back to the party.”
  • A caller said his bicycle was stolen. An officer responded.
  • A caller reported “an underage driver heading westbound on Willis from the armory.” An officer responded but did not find the vehicle.

September 3, 2017

  • A caller said she “was about to leave for work when she noticed a suspicious male standing in the parking lot near the dumpsters.” The caller said “the male ‘hollered’ at her so she went back inside her apartment.” Officers responded and made contact with the male, who said he “was waiting for a friend to go to work.”
  • A caller said she “believes someone was in her vehicle last night” because it was “very dirty,” with “grass and dirt.” An officer responded.
  • A caller said he “caught a cat in his box trap.” An officer responded and “transported a younger orange cat to the pound.”
  • A caller said “his wife, who is pregnant, just told him over the phone that she was going to kill herself.” Officers responded and made contact with the wife, who said she “had no thoughts of suicide” but did tell the husband “she wanted a divorce.” Officers made contact with the caller, who said “there was problems within their marriage.” Officers gave the wife “information for Crisis Intervention.”
  • A caller said “someone broke into his garage.” Officers responded and found “everything in the garage had been gone through.”
  • A caller asked to speak with an officer about “issues he is having with his wife.” The caller said he “and his wife are not agreeing on property issues.” An officer responded and “suggested they seek a lawyer’s advice.”
  • A caller reported “a dead opossum or raccoon on the street.” An officer “responded and took it to a rural area.”
  • A woman entered the offices of the Perry Police Department at 908 Willis Ave. and said her car “was stolen by her boyfriend.” An officer responded.
  • A caller said her cat was lost. The caller called again and said her cat was found.
  • A caller said “the lampshade part of a lamp post fell off.” The caller said “the fallen piece is on the sidewalk but could be dangerous.” An officer responded and a “street light repair form was submitted, and a message was left with the Perry Street Department.”
  • A caller said a man was “riding around on his bicycle” and “asking people for a padlock.” The caller said the bicyclist “scared off a few people” because “he didn’t seem to be ‘all there.'” Officers responded and made contact with the bicyclist.

September 4, 2017

  • A caller said “she could hear footsteps in her attic.” Officers responded, “checked the residence and found no one inside.” An “open door on the south side of the residence” was found. The caller said the “door had been shut,” and “when she left her residence, the attic light was off,” but “”when she returned the light was on.”
  • Yandi Barco-Sierra of 1228 Second St., Perry, was issued “a written warning for noise.”
  • A caller said a man was “freaking out” and “running like crazy.” Officers responded.

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


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