Police Reports for the Week of July 1
A woman called police because she received a Facebook friend request from an old friend and accepted it. She later found out that this person was not her old friend, it was someone she doesn’t get along with. The user sent her harassing messages. She unfriended this person but continues to get messages.
A woman notified police because a dog was left in a car parked at Hy-Vee.
Amhadari Esak, 29, of Perry, is charged with serious assault.
Someone reported that he had a flat tire on his car. He told police he believed someone flattened it. The police found no evidence that vandalism occurred. The officer said the tire appeared old and very weathered.
A woman came to the police department with her daughter because she was getting bullied on Snap Chat since March.
Police are investigating a hit and run on the 2800 block of First Street. A caller told police that a car hit a sign, drove up in a yard and attempted to leave the scene. Upon the officer’s arrival the car was gone.
Miguel Gomez, 16, of Perry, is charged with driving under suspension.
Alexander Schaefer, 28, of Fort Collins, C.O., is charged with disorderly conduct, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Natasha Rehak, 27, of Fort Collins, C.O., is charged with disorderly conduct.
Someone with McKee Auto reported that their safe was stolen and there were papers everywhere in the office. An officer responded. Later, an officer with the Dallas County Sheriff’s Office located a black Chevy Traverse in the ditch with McKee plates on it at the 2300 block of 205th Street. A McKee Auto employee confirmed to officers that the black car was missing. The officer had the car towed.
An officer responded to a call regarding a puppy running loose in the area of Fourth and Estella Streets. The patrolling officer could not find the pup.
Danny Cannon, 59, of Perry, is charged with driving while suspended.
Lauren Stripe, 19, of Perry, is charged with driving under revocation and possession of drug paraphernalia.
A man called police at about 5 a.m. because he just saw a man walking around the office of McKee Auto and he thought no one should be in there. Officers responded and found two doors to be opened but no one inside the building. They also discovered that the cash box was tampered with and cash was missing from the box.
Police responded to a dog neglect call on the 1200 block of West Second Street. An officer saw the dogs with food, water and shelter. However, the dogs did appear that they were tied up 24 hours a day. An officer made contact with the owner of the dogs and advised him of the ordinance. The dog owner said that he needs to repair the outside dog run. He agreed to have it repaired by the end of the week. The officer offered to help him fix the dog kennel.
Jamie Beeson, 42, of West Des Moines, is charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.
Chowng Wong, 22, of Perry, was arrested on a Dallas County warrant for probation violation. He is also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.
William Griffin, 41, of Rippey, is charged with simple assault, indecent exposure and interference with official acts.
A woman reported that she thinks the person that is taking her son to P.A.C.E.S. is under the influence of methamphetamine. She gave the vehicle information to the officer.
A man reported that one of his two birds flew away while he was cleaning its cage. The other bird is losing its feathers because it needs his mate. He saw a post on Facebook of his bird. He sent the woman a message but she did not respond. He called again and found out the woman had given the bird away. The man called again and made an agreement to get his bird later in the day. This information was passed along to the officer.
A caller advised that someone knocked on the door of her house, located on the 800 block of Dewey, left a box on her step and then left. She said she was nervous about opening the box. An officer responded and opened the box. It was full of three hamsters. The caller said she had no idea who dropped the box off. She said she did not want the hamsters. The officer turned them over to the Humane Society.
Jose Olvera, of Perry, is cited for vicious dog. His white Pitbull allegedy bit a 20-year-old woman on the hip.