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Weekly police report - Jan. 11 edition

Jan. 1 o Assisted Perham Fire Department with CO alarm. o Caller requested welfare check on Perham resident; all okay. Jan. 2 o Issued parking citation for Blocking Fire Hydrant. o Phone equipment malfunction at Perham business. o Responded to Pe...

Jan. 1

• Assisted Perham Fire Department with CO alarm.

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

Jan. 2

• Issued parking citation for Blocking Fire Hydrant.

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• Phone equipment malfunction at Perham business.

• Responded to Perham business for alarm; false alarm.

Jan. 3

• Assisted Otter Tail County Sheriff's Office with suspicious activity.

• Single vehicle in median; facilitated private two for driver.

• Complainant reported vandalism to private property.

• Responded to Perham address for verbal disturbance; all okay.

• Caller reported possible employee theft.

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• Issued verbal warning for no headlights.

Jan. 4

• Responded to Perham address for noise complaint.

• Adult male found deceased in Perham residence.

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

• Two-vehicle crash at SW 6th Street/SW 4th Avenue; no injuries.

Jan. 5

• Three-vehicle crash in parking lot; citation issued for Careless Driving.

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• Complainant reported hit and run accident.

• Assisted Minnesota State Patrol with three-vehicle crash; no injuries.

• Assisted Perham Fire Department with fire alarm.

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

• Assisted Minnesota State Patrol with multiple vehicle crash.

Jan. 6

• Responded to Perham residence for unwanted individual.

Jan. 7

• Issued verbal warning for stop sign violation.

• Damage done to street sign; collected plastic vehicle parts.

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