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crime Perham, 56573

Perham Minnesota 222 2nd Avenue SE 56573

The Perham Police Department responded to 41 calls from Jan. 24-30.

Jan. 24

Police received a report of people going through vehicles in a parking lot; unable to locate.

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Police issued a citation for no Minnesota driver's license.

Police submitted a request to the Otter Tail County Sheriff's Department for a background check for a permit to purchase a handgun.

Police sat with a party until a tow truck arrived.

Jan. 25

Police responded to a minor one-vehicle crash in a private parking lot.

A resident turned in a box of tools found in the street.

Police completed a safety presentation for a Girl Scout group.

An appliance was reported stolen from a front yard.

Jan. 26

Police took report of seven dishonored checks issued to local businesses.

Police arrested an adult male for violation of a harassment restraining order.

Jan. 27

Police responded to a minor two-vehicle crash on Second Street SE.

Police responded to a reported theft of gas from a vehicle parked in a private parking lot.

Reporting party's two dogs got loose in the southeast part of town.

An audible alarm was reported at a local business. A keyholder arrived and reset it.

A caller was seeking information.

Jan. 28

A local resident reported theft of money.

Police checked on a vehicle in the ditch on County Road 34.

Jan. 29

Police issued a citation for driving after revocation and no Minnesota driver's license.

Police responded to a two-vehicle crash on Third Avenue NW.

A small black and white dog was transported to a veterinary clinic.

Police responded to the hospital to assist with a patient.

Jan. 30

Police issued a citation for driving after revocation.

A caller reported receiving unwanted text messages.

Police stood by for a custody exchange.

Police issued a citation for driving after revocation.

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