Police Reports for the Week of June 24

Perry Chief

June 14

Someone found a riffle shell in the library on one of the computer desks. Nobody moved or touched it. An officer was asked to respond and pick it up. After meeting with the library director and looking at a security video, the shell fell out of a pocket from someone who then said they got it from a Memorial Day ceremony.

Maria Corado was issued a first-offense dog at large citation. The dog was then returned to its owner.

The Perry Volunteer Fire Department responded to a tree fire in Dawson.

A severe thunderstorm weather watch was issued at about 1 p.m. in Dallas County.

Jacob Sincock, 38, of Perry, is charged with second-offense public intoxication.

A resident on the 300 block of Pattee Street was cited for tethering of dog Police found a Husky chained to a tree with no access to shelter. The owner of the dog was not home.

Kevin Moreland, 16, of Perry, is cited for first-offense curfew violation.

Heath Moreland, 16, of Perry, is cited for first-offense curfew violation.

June 15

An officer responded to two juveniles fighting on the 1200 block of West Fourth Street. No weapons were involved.

June 16

Justin Lopez, 18, of Jefferson, is charged with first-offense OWI, drug related.

June 17

Lukas Hemphill, 26, of Perry, was arrested on outstanding warrants from Dallas County for failure to appear on original charges of third-degree burglary and second-offense possession of a controlled substance. He is asp charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.

A woman reported that a man, dressed in all black, was trying to break in her home on the 300 block of Seventh Street. She told police the man ran towards a wooded area.

Natasha McCoy, 18, of Perry, is charged with simple domestic assault.

Trent Robinson, 22, of Perry, is charged with simple domestic assault.

June 18

A counterfeit $5 bill was reported to the Perry Police Department from Raccoon Valley Bank.

Robert Newhouse Jr. 27, of Ames, is charged with domestic abuse assault.

The Perry Volunteer Fire Department responded to a tree fire on the 1300 block of Fifth Street.

A woman called police because her neighbor’s dog was barking in distress. She went to her neighbor’s yard, on the 2100 block of Third Street, and saw the dog was badly tangled and had trouble breathing. She untangled the dog and brought the dog to her place. Upon the officer’s arrival the dog was having difficulty breathing and was noticeably hurting now. The woman kept the dog in her house until police could make contact with the owner.

Ember Perez, 16, of Perry, is charged with public intoxication.

Pedro Carranza-Calderon, 18, of Perry, is charged with first-offense OWI.

June 19

Alexander Lopez-Aristondo, 25, of Perry, is charged with assault causing bodily injury.

June 20

Police picked up a counterfeit $100 bill from Kum & Go, 1115 Highway 141.

Brenda Thompson, 38, of Perry, was arrested on a warrant out of Ankeny for fourth-degree theft.

June 21

A woman called police because she received a call from someone from the US Treasurer’s Department. The person on the phone said that they had a $25 million check for her and they just needed her checking information. The woman said that she did not want to give out her checking information. The person on the phone told her ‘okay’ and then hung up.

Edwin Escalante, 31, of Perry, is charged with domestic assault and interference with official acts.