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local Perham, 56573
Perham Focus
(218) 346-5901 customer support
Perham Minnesota 222 2nd Avenue SE 56573

The Perham Police Department responded to 27 calls from Nov. 15 to Nov. 21.

Nov. 15

A gas drive off was reported.

Nov. 16

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The owner of a restaurant reported a customer leaving without paying. The customer was told by the owner not to return.

Police stopped a driver swerving on Highway 10. The driver had been eating and driving and the officer advised them against it.

Citizen reported a found male, tan Pomeranian dog with no collar.

Police issued a car killed deer possession permit.

Nov. 17

A driver was cited for driving after revocation and no insurance.

A driver was arrested for DWI after weaving, failing to stop at a stop sign and stopping at an intersection with no stop sign.

A party allegedly sold some stolen coins to a local jewelry store.

A citizen reported their credit card had been used in Chicago.

Nov. 18

Police issued a car killed dear permit.

A speeding citation was written on Coney Street near the new hospital.

Citizen reported vandalism to their vehicle.

Citizen reported loose dogs near ACS chasing employees in the mornings.

A stray cat was picked up by police and taken to Lakeland Veterinary Clinic.

Police received a report of a wrong way driver on Highway 10. The driver was found in New York Mills.

Nov. 20

A caller reported a suspicious vehicle on private property. Police could not locate the vehicle on arrival.

Nov. 21

Police assisted a citizen wanting to know if there was a city ordinance restricting the amount of vehicles on a lot/driveway/yard.

Police received a report of three pick-up trucks spinning donuts in the Pamida parking lot. The vehicles were gone when police arrived.

Police received a report of a suburban weaving on Highway 10 near New York Mills, west bound. Police stopped the driver, who had been talking on a cell phone. No further action was taken.

Police responded to a false alarm at the museum.

Police stopped a driver who was not able to locate proof of insurance. The officer gave the driver seven working days to show proof or a citation would be issued for no insurance.

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