Police report: June 8-14
- 5:07 p.m.: Assist - Public: Caller requested report for child custody issues.
- 9:51 p.m.: Assist - Public: Complainant reporting another tenant in the process of moving out scratched their vehicle.
- 11:59 a.m.: Assist - Public: Assisted Perham business with vehicle abandoned in private parking lot.
- 1:15 p.m.: Vehicle Theft: Perham resident reported theft of a vehicle.
- 9:26 p.m.: DWI: Adult female arrested for 4th Degree DWI.
- 10:03 a.m.: Animal Call: Transported dog at large to Lakeland Vet Hospital.
- 11:59 a.m.: Theft/Fraud: Perham business reported possible scam.
- 10:49 p.m.: Suspicious Activity: Caller reported suspicious person; unable to locate.
- 9:21 a.m.: Handgun Application: Processed Minnesota Uniform Firearm Application.
- 10:38 a.m.: Parking Complaint: Caller reported vehicle abandoned on residential street.
- 11:00 a.m.: Parking Complaint: Perham resident possible parking violation of semi trucks.
- 3:16 p.m.: Suspicious Activity: Adult male transported for evaluation.
- 6:45 p.m.: Civil Dispute: Referred to appropriate agency.
- 9:36 p.m.: OFP Violation: Perham resident reported possible violation of OFP.
- 8:06 p.m.: Scam: Report of adult male going door to door claiming to be with DirectTV/Dish.
- 1:45 a.m.: Assistance: Assisted Otter Tail County Sheriff's Office with driving complaint.
- 3:24 a.m.: Assistance: Assisted Otter Tail County Sheriff's Office with mental health call.
- 6:37 p.m.: Driving Complaint: Caller reported vehicle swerving and speeding in residential area; unable to locate.
- 11:01 a.m.: Vandalism: Perham resident reported vandalism to personal property.
- 4:40 p.m.: Suspicious Activity: Caller reported suspicious person; all OK.
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