Peruvian police deal with battery, shoplifting and loose dog charges | Classic Hits 103.9 WLPO

Peruvian police served outstanding warrants on Saturday night at an address in Bluff Street.

Justin Sedam, 29, of this address, was arrested on a La Salle County warrant for failing to appear to answer a battery charge. He needs 300 dollars to pay this charge. He had also been wanted for failing to report to Bureau County for driving while his license was revoked and for other traffic violations. He needs $500, plus costs, to be cleared of this charge.

At some point, it might make sense to create a satellite police department at Walmart in Peru. On Friday night, 28-year-old Austin Housley of Rochelle was cited for retail theft and obstructing a police officer. He was released with a notice to appear in Ottawa on September 23rd.

And, if you have a dog, keep it under control in Peru. On Thursday morning, 24-year-old Anthony Madonna of Market Street was cited for letting his dog run free in violation of the city’s ordinance.