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Weekly police report - Sept. 20 edition

Sept. 12 o Transported adult male for evaluation. o Caller reported suspicious activity; all okay. o Responded to Perham resident for disturbance; all okay. o Assisted Otter Tail County Sheriff's Office with attempt to locate. Sept. 13 o Assisted...

Sept. 12

• Transported adult male for evaluation.

• Caller reported suspicious activity; all okay.

• Responded to Perham resident for disturbance; all okay.

• Assisted Otter Tail County Sheriff's Office with attempt to locate.

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Sept. 13

• Assisted stranded motorist.

• Adult male arrested for Felony Fleeing in a Motor Vehicle and Department of Corrections Warrant.

• Assisted Perham resident with possible child custody exchange issues.

Sept. 14

• Perham marchant reported gas drive-off; driver returned to pay for fuel.

• Caller reported male party sleeping in back seat of a car with door open; all okay.

• Assisted Perham resident with retrieving personal property.

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

Sept. 15

• Caller reported vehicle blocking driveway; vehicle gone on arrival.

• Adult male arrested for DANCO Violation.

• Two-vehicle crash in private parking lot; no injuries.

• Caller reported dog barking non-stop.

• Responded to Perham merchant for disturbance; all okay.

• Assisted stranded motorist.

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Sept. 16

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

• Perham resident reported being harassed; referred for Order for Protection.

• Assisted Perham resident with possible child custody exchange issues.

• Assisted Otter Tail County with providing lights to remove fallen tree from the road.

• Perham resident reported vandalism to private property.

• Report of possible OFP Violation.

• Perham resident reported being harassed; referred for Order for Protection.

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