Police reports week of Sept. 4

Staff Writer
Perry Chief

8/25

Ricardo S. Cazares, 18, of Perry, was arrested with a warrant for failure to appear on a Fifth-Degree theft charge. He was taken to the Dallas County Jail.

8/26

A man called dispatchers because his wife slapped and pushed him. When police arrived to the man’s residence on the 1800 block of Second Street there were no weapons involved and the woman was still home. Police said the two were fighting over the man cheating on his wife. The victim had no marks on his body and the woman denied slapping him. The two decided they would talk to their family counselor. No one was injured and no arrests were made.

Eight people called the Perry Police Department in regards to a call from someone claiming to be Alliant Energy demanding payments in an hour or their service would be cut off or that they were behind on bills. The number was 884-834-2554. When the number is called a message states “Thanks for calling Alliant Energy,” and goes through a list of automated options. The correct number for Alliant Energy is 800-255-4268.

8/27

Someone reported to a dispatcher that a four-wheeler was on the bike trail and streets. The caller told police that it happens a lot around 5 a.m. Officers are investigating this subject.

8/28

Isreal Avila, 22, of Creston was arrested at Casey’s for driving under suspension.

The City of Perry issued a compliance warning to Virginia Valdez for a dryer placed in the right of way on the 1600 block of Otley. They told the woman it needs to be removed in 10 days or less.

The City of Perry issued a compliance warning to Keith Springer for a large tent full of junk in his backyard on the 2000 block of Third Street. They told the man it needs to be removed in 10 days of less.

The City of Perry issued a compliance warning to Kevin Shelly for grass and weeds exceeding six inches of length in his yard on the 2600 block of Willis Avenue. They told him it needs to be cut in five days or less.

The City of Perry issued a compliance warning to Daniel Goodman for grass and weeds exceeding six inches in length in his yard on the 1600 block of Fifth Street. They told him it needs to be cut in five days or less.

The City of Perry issued a compliance warning to John McGill for grass and weeds exceeding six inches in length in his yard on the 1700 block of Fourth Street. They told him it needs to be cut in five days or less.

The City of Perry issued a compliance warning to Andrew Gyurcsik for grass and weeds exceeding six inches in his yard on the 1800 block of Fifth Street. They told him it needs to be cut in five days or less.

The City of Perry issued a compliance warning to Galvary Tabernacle Church, 1802 North St., for grass and weeds that exceed six inches in length. They told the business it needs to be cut in five days or less.

The City of Perry issued a compliance warning to Moyer Rental Properties, 815 Fourth St., for grass and weeds that exceed six inches in length. They told the business it needs to be cut in five days or less.

The City of Perry issued a compliance warning to Tammi Sherman for grass and weeds that exceed six inches in length in her yard on the 500 block of Third Street. They told her it needs to be cut in five or less days.

The City of Perry issued a compliance warning to Abilities Unlimited, 518 Third St., for grass and weeds that exceed six inches in length. They hold the business it needs to be cut in five or less days.

The City of Perry issued a compliance warning to Care Takers, 1605 Otley, for grass and weeds that exceed six inches in length. They told the business it needs to be cut in five or less days.

The City of Perry issued a compliance warning to Lawrence Callen, on the 1300 block of Sixth Street, for grass and weeds that exceed six inches in length. They told him it needs to be cut in five or less days.

The City of Perry issued a compliance warning to Samuel Ramirez, on the 600 block of North Street, for grass and weeds that exceed six inches in length. They told him it needs to be cut in five or less days. They issued another compliance warning to Ramirez for a pile of plaster and lath west of the house. He has 10 days to remove it.

The City of Perry issued a compliance warning to Jeerry Hochstetler, on the 500 block of Willis Avenue, for grass and weeds that exceed six inches in length. They told him it needs to be cut in five or less days.

The City of Perry issued a compliance warning to Ana Esquivel, on the 400 block of Lucinda, for piles of junk, noxious weeds and miscellaneous junk on her back porch. They ordered her to remove it in 10 days or less.

The City of Perry issued a compliance warning to Fransico Molina, on the 2000 block of West Third Street, for a junk vehicle- white Ford Escort, with front end damage. They ordered him to remove it in 20 days or less. The City of Perry issued a compliance warning to Mary Mohr, on the 900 block of West Fifth Street., for brush and rocks that are blocking the sidewalk that creates a safety hazard. They ordered her to move it within 10 days.

A woman called police after she found a pocket knife on Third Street. A police officer picked up the pocket knife.

Roman Hernandez, 24, of Perry, is charged with domestic abuse assault, simple.

Marco Tezzez, 51, of Perry, is cited with failure to maintain control and no proof of insurance after he hit a woman on First Street and Highway 141. The woman was not injured but had neck problems before the accident and in case it got worse she wanted it on record.

A woman called dispatchers because she has been having ongoing problems with her neighbor behind her house on the 1900 block of Sixth Street. She told police her neighbor has two trucks parked in the back of his house and he is constantly driving up into her yard and spinning his tires and tearing up her grass. She told police she placed railroad ties up on her property in an attempt to detour the incident but it didn’t help. She told police her yard is torn up and dirt is thrown on her shed. She asked police to talk to her neighbor. Police met with the man after speaking to the concerned neighbor. The man said he had got stuck and accidently caused ruts in the neighbor’s yard because he did not have the best turning radius. He told police he would be more cautious in the future when backing his car out of the driveway. No arrests or citations were issued.

8/29

Firas D. Al Sarhan, 30, of Perry, is charged with First Offense Operating While Intoxicated. Police conducted a traffic stop on Al Sarhan on 16th Street and Eastern.

Ndabarakiye Ngoyi, 38, of Perry, is charged with Second Offense domestic assault. According to police the caller reported that he was hitting her mother. The caller also told police that he just left her mother. Police found him on the 2500 block of First Avenue. The victim did not need medical attention.

A man on the 1300 block of West Second Street called police after a squirrel fell out of a tree then face planted on the sidewalk. The concerned citizen told police that he thinks the animal has a broken neck but is still alive. He asked a dispatcher to throw it away. By the time police arrived to the scene the squirrel was up and walking around. Although it appeared dazed, the squirrel climbed back up to the tree.

Dwight D. Elm, 54, of Badgley, is charged with Second Offense Operating While Intoxicated. A woman called police after she saw Elm driving from side to side and off the shoulder of Highway 141 into Perry.

Police received a call from a woman at an apartment on the 2900 block of Iowa 26, saw a man outside of her unit door. The man outside of her door told the caller that he had been hit by his girlfriend. He didn’t need any medical treatment, but his girlfriend was in her apartment. When police arrived they spoke to the caller. Police were unable to find the victim or his girlfriend in their apartment. After they left they received another call from the same woman who called earlier. She said the girlfriend told her that she thinks her boyfriend is on the influence of methamphetamine and is having a lot of issues. She told police she would call at a non-emergency line if she found out more information. No arrests were made and no injuries were reported.

8/30

Joaquin Jimenez, 28, of Perry, is charged with First Offense Operating While Intoxicated. Jimenez was arrested on Fourth and Otley.

8/31

Jan Pattee, owner of Ben’s Five and Dive, 1221 Second St., reported two boys ages 7 to 8-years-old, stopped in her store several times and stole two toy guns. The boys wanted to take more toys without paying for them. Police spoke to one of the boy’s mother about the incident. The mother took her son to the store to talk to Pattee, but the store was closed.

Kevin M. Moreland, 15, of Perry, is charged with simple assault. According to the police report, Moreland’s father called dispatchers to report his two twin boys fighting on the 1200 block of Fourth Street. Moreland’s father told police his other son was assaulted by Kevin. The boy was taken to Juvenile Court Services.