Police Reports for the Week of June 17

Perry Chief

June 8

Police were notified that there was an erratic driver on Highway 144, north bound, close to Angus Curve. The caller reported that the driver went in the ditch a couple times and could not stay in the right lane. The caller told police the driver was entering Greene County - police transferred the call.

An officer responded to a two-car accident at Perry High School. There were no injuries, however both cars had minor damages. The total damage was estimated to be $1,000. No citations were issued because it took place on private property.

Someone reported that three kids were on the St. Patrick’s School playground.

Justin Gilliland, 29, of Perry, is charged with public intoxication. According to the police report, at about 9:30 p.m., someone reported that Gilliland was on Warford, near the bike trail, laying on the ground.

June 9

Fabian Abrego, 25, of Perry, is charged with driving while barred.

Ryan Ayers, 23, of Perry, is charged with driving under suspension.

Aurelio Barron-Montalvo, 27, of Perry, is charged with driving under revocation, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

June 10

A 35-year-old woman was reported missing. The missing person’s father called police and said that the 100 to 110 pound woman was smoking a cigarette outside, on the 2600 block of Willis Avenue, and did not return. He said she wasn’t on medication and she wasn’t suicidal. She was wearing white shorts, a blue shirt and possibly no shoes.

A man reported, at about 11 a.m., a woman was lying in the grass on 16th Street at the Willis Avenue intersection. The Dallas County ambulance responded, due to the unknown circumstance. The woman ended up being just fine. She told police she was just laying in the grass. She was advised to move away from the street.

Ramiro Rodriguez, 48, of Perry, was arrested for warrants through another agency.

James Flinn, 23, of Rippey, was arrested on a Jefferson warrant, felony bench for OWI.

June 11

A man reported that kids were kicking his dog that was left outside in her yard on the 2900 block of Kading Road. Officers met with people on the block. A woman said that a 2-year-old girl tried to pick up the dog, but did not kick it. Police advised the neighbors to leave the dog alone and told the dog owner he should keep his dog on on a leash when it is outside.

A domestic assault is under investigation.

June 12

The Perry/Dawson Fire Department responded to a fire in Stewart.

A man reported that his dog was chasing something on Park Street, near a bridge, and was stuck on sticks around an island. An officer responded and the rescued the dog.

June 13

A man reported that someone took his sunglasses and other items from his unlocked car overnight. His car was parked on the 1900 block of West Second Street. There is no sign of forced entry. This case is under investigation.

Someone reported that one storage unit, on the east end of Willis Avenue, had been broken into. This case is under investigation.