Perham crime and fire report: June 20-25
Dogs-at-large transported to vet, construction site asks for extra patrol and other reports from the Perham Police Department
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Monday, June 20
- 7:54 a.m., Responded to Perham business for burglary alarm; false alarm.
- 4:54 p.m., Caller requested a welfare check on a Perham resident; all was OK.
- 6:35 p.m., Vehicle unlock services were unavailable; unlock was successful.
Tuesday, June 21
- 12:27 a.m., Assisted the Otter Tail County Sheriff's Office with a burglary alarm.
- 6:58 a.m., Perham resident reported the theft of personal property.
- 7:59 a.m., Perham business reported a vehicle was abandoned in a private parking lot.
- 8:13 a.m., Caller reported suspicious activity; all was OK.
- 3:18 p.m., Contractor for a construction site requested an extra patrol.
- 4:39 p.m., Assisted Perham residents with a property exchange.
- 8:48 p.m., Transported two dogs-at-large to Lakeland Veterinary Hospital.
Wednesday, June 22
- 8:11 a.m., Child was locked inside of a vehicle; unlock was successful.
Thursday, June 23
- 2:03 p.m., Caller reported a theft of personal property.
- 3:48 p.m., Perham resident reported an issue with a child custody exchange.
- 4:28 p.m., Caller reported their dog was attacked by another dog.
- 11:04 p.m., Caller reported a suspicious activity; all was OK.
Friday, June 24
- 8:50 a.m., Perham resident reported their cat was injured.
- 5:41 p.m., Responded to Perham residence for burglary alarm; alarm had malfunctioned.
Saturday, June 25
- 7:57 a.m., Replaced manhole covers that were pushed off due to rain.
- 12:56 p.m., Responded to a report of horses on the roadway; all was OK.
- 4:01 p.m., Party turned in a wallet; owner was notified.
- 5:38 p.m., Caller requested a welfare check on a Perham resident; unable to make contact.
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