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Weekly police report

May 1 o Report of vandalism to public park. o Issued verbal warning for speed. o Perham merchant reported gas drive-off. o Stood by during property exchange. o Responded to Perham business for burglary alarm; cleared and secured building. May 2 o...

May 1

• Report of vandalism to public park.

• Issued verbal warning for speed.

• Perham merchant reported gas drive-off.

• Stood by during property exchange.

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• Responded to Perham business for burglary alarm; cleared and secured building.

May 2

• Assisted Perham Fire Department.

• Caller reported hearing a gunshot; appeared noise was from campfire.

• Caller requested assistance with locating a vehicle borrowed out.

May 3

• Caller reported dog had run away.

• Caller requested welfare check on Perham resident; all okay.

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• Report of possible violation of a harassment restraining order.

• Perham resident requested extra patrol due to speeding in residential neighborhood.

• Repo company will be attempting repossession of vehicle.

• Caller loaned vehicle to friend four days ago and hasn't been returned.

May 5

• Caller requested welfare check on Perham resident; all okay.

• Perham merchant reported gas drive-off.

• Citation issued for speed.

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• Caller reported suspicious party; unable to locate.

• Two-vehicle crash on Judd St.; no injuries.

• Perham resident reported vandalism to personal property.

May 6

• Caller requested welfare check on Perham resident; all okay.

May 7

• Issued verbal warning for driving conduct.

• Citation issued for speed.

• Perham resident reported theft of personal property.

• Perham resident transported for evaluation.

• Responded to Perham residence for fire alarm; cooking mishap.

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