Perham Police Report: May 9 - May 15
Loose dog captured, multiple trespass warnings issued and broken rail crossing arm highlight this week in Perham's police reports.
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Monday, May 9
- 5:41 p.m., Perham business requested assistance with removing an intoxicated adult.
Tuesday, May 10
- 9:58 a.m., Caller reported an unattended toddler walking in a residential neighborhood.
- 1:17 p.m., The crossing arm at a railroad crossing was reportedly damaged. BNSF railway en route for repairs.
Thursday, May 12
- 7:05 a.m., Perham business requested assistance with removing an adult female from the property. Trespass warning issued.
- 2:51 p.m., Disturbance reported at a Perham business. Trespass warning issued to an adult male.
- 4:20 p.m., Report of possible unemployment claim fraud.
Friday, May 13
- 9:18 a.m., Report of a loose dog “tearing into” garbage bags. Unable to capture the animal.
Saturday, May 14
- 6:55 p.m., Dog-at-large apprehended and transported to Lakeland Veterinary Hospital.
Sunday, May 15
- 10:12 p.m., Driving complaint. Caller reported a truck cut them off and followed their vehicle around town. A verbal warning was issued to the offending driver.
- 11:05 p.m., Suspicious. An officer observed an unattended vehicle with its doors open. A resident was notified.
Thank you for placing a marker at St. Stan’s honoring Michael Murphy and all veterans lying nearby in unmarked graves.
“We have critical systems,” said Chief Deputy Shane Richard. “When we have a failure, we need someone with the knowledge of our systems here, someone who can basically spring into action and fix the issues.”
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