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local Perham, 56573
Perham Focus
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Perham Minnesota 222 2nd Avenue SE 56573

The Perham Police Department responded to 36 calls from April 4-10.

April 4

Caller picked up a dog near the stockyard and was going to keep it until reported lost.

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April 5

The Perham Police Department assisted the high school. No further details available.

Theft reported at local business. The name of the business was not released.

A man was reported to be sleeping outside a local business. Lodging was arranged.

April 6

Female reported being assaulted.

Assisted living facility resident reported that someone was trying to enter the building.

April 7

Perham Police Department assisted New York Mills Police Department with report of a prowler.

Local business reported a bad check.

Police officers responded to local residence for a verbal dispute.

April 8

Perham Police Department assisted Perham Fire Department with a car fire.

Resident reported juveniles were making noise in a cemetery around 10:30 p.m.

Perham Police Department assisted Otter Tail County's Sheriff's Office to a call relating to a residential burglar alarm.

April 9

Two adult males were reported to be arguing on the street.

A party requested a police officer be present for a property exchange.

A report was made that a driver was speeding on Hwy 10.

A noise complaint was made regarding a possible juvenile party at residence.

April 10

A call was made from a local business, requesting assistance with a passenger who was incoherent.

A suspicious individual was reported to be loitering at a local business.

Caller reported possible theft from vehicle while parked at a local business. The location of the car was not released.

The Perham Police Department traced multiple 911 calls from local residence.

A caller reported possible theft from residence.

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