Police Reports Sept. 11

Stephanie Ivankovich

Sept. 1

A woman on the 400 block of Fourth called dispatchers because she believed her neighbor had no one taking care of his two dogs while he was in jail. Contact was made with the Dallas County Jail. Jailers told police the man has been in jail since Aug. 20. They also told police that the dog owner’s father has been taking care of the animals.

School staff sent a girl home from school for disorderly conduct with another girl. The incident is under investigation by Perry police.

A woman called police because her 15-year-old brother allegedly assaulted her mom. When police arrived to the victim’s on the 800 block of Park Street they spoke with the victim. She said her son pushed her down and she received a small cut on her lip. She later came to the police department. Police decided not to pursue charges.

Sept. 2

Police are investigating a possible sexual abuse case. No information about the alleged incident has been released to the media.

Sept. 3

Alexander Jaimes, 24, was arrested after he turned himself in to the Dallas County Sherriff’s Office. Jaimes was on warrant for first-offense domestic abuse assault and third-degree burglary. His warrant is from the Perry Police Department.

Gebretensaye G. Gebrehiwot, 26, of Perry, is charged with Third-Degree sexual abuse, a Class C felony and assault with intent to commit sexual abuse.

Sept. 4

A compliance warning was issued to Erasmo Velez, a resident on the 700 block of Second Street, for grass and weeds exceeding six inches. The compliance officer told Velez that the grass needs to be cut within five days.

Alfredo Robles, a resident on the 700 block of Second Street, was issued a compliance warning for grass and weeds that exceeds six inches. The compliance officer told Robles that the grass needs to be cut within five days.

Bill Clark, a resident on the 700 block of First Street, was issued a compliance warning for grass and weeds that exceed six inches. The compliance officer told Clark that the grass needs to be cut within five days.

John Hansen, a resident on the 600 block of Third Street, was issued a compliance warning for grass and weeds that exceed six inches. The compliance officer told Hansen that the grass needs to be cut within five days.

Earnest Kopaska, a resident on the 1400 block of Third Street, was issued a compliance warning for grass and weeds that exceed six inches. The compliance officer told Kopaska that the grass needs to be cut within five days.

Sept. 5

Police responded to a man that said his neighbor, on the 1900 block of Second Street, was out of control and could be on drugs. The caller said the man through his own phone on a neighbor’s roof. Police spoke with the man and the caller. The “out of control” man said he was upset that the caller wouldn’t help him get food money. The office helped the man get his phone back and gave him contact information for resources for assistance. No one was hurt or arrested.

Sept. 6

Police arrested a few minors for drinking underage at a house party on West 10th Street and Willis Avenue. The following is charged with possession of alcohol underage: Alex T. Ellsbury, 20, of Perry; Alan M. Fisher, 19, of Perry; and Bailey N. Lewis, 20, of Solon.

Manuel Ochoa, 23, of Perry, is charged with interference with official acts, carrying weapons and possession of drug paraphernalia after he was stopped by police driving on 8th Street and Jones Avenue.

A person driving on Willis Avenue called police after he saw someone in another car point at rifle at him. The person was last seen driving north on 11th Street by the McCreary Center. Officers patroled the area but could not find the suspect. The suspect was driving a grey, four-door, older hatchback-type car.

Sept. 7

Alex Japa, 39, of Perry, is charged with first offense OWI. Japa was arrested on Second Street and Willis when police saw him driving without headlights on.