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Weekly police report - July 5 edition

June 19 o Complaint of kids on four-wheelers going up and down residential street. o Responded to Perham address for 911 hangup calls; all okay. June 20 o Complainant reported being threatened. o Caller reported being threatened by male in drive ...

June 19

• Complaint of kids on four-wheelers going up and down residential street.

• Responded to Perham address for 911 hangup calls; all okay.

June 20

• Complainant reported being threatened.

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• Caller reported being threatened by male in drive through line at Perham business.

• Two-vehicle crash at NW 3rd Ave/NW 5th St; no injuries.

• Citation issued for Driving After Suspension.

• Assisted Perham residents with child custody exchange.

June 21

• Caller reported cell phone forgotten at local business was taken.

June 22

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

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• Parking ticket issued.

• Issued verbal warning for speed.

• Assisted Fargo Police Department with verifying location of stolen vehicle.

• Perham business reported vehicle abandoned in parking lot.

• Responded to Perham address for disturbance; all okay.

• Assisted Perham resident with securing personal property.

June 23

• Caller reported trespassing on private property.

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• Perham resident reported vandalism to personal property.

• Assisted Minnesota State Patrol with traffic stop.

• Made contact with Perham resident who was burning garbage.

• Citation issued for Driving After Suspension.

June 24

• Adult male arrested on Otter Tail County warrant.

• Responded to Perham business for burglary alarm; false alarm.

• Issued verbal warning for failure to yield.

• Assisted Otter Tail County Sheriff's Office with public assistance call.

• Issued citation for Possession of Marijuana in Motor Vehicle.

• Assisted Otter Tail County Sheriff's Office with disturbance.

• Citation issued for Speed, No Proof of Insurance and Expired Registration.

• Adult male arrested for Domestic Assault.

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