Monday, April 9, 2012
Perry's House Surrounded by State Police
Perry’s House Surrounded by State Police, Search Warrant Issued to Search the House.
As I write this, Perry’s house is surrounded by 5 marked State police cars, 4 unmarked State Police cars (one with K9) and officers have been in the house for a few hours. Meanwhile Perry is hoping to leave Steuben County jail for a quiet life at home.
Good luck with that… Broome County will next exercise THEIR warrant for his revoked bond…
It’s not clear what the police are searching for but possibly it could be for a passport or some hidden extra papers. But not so fast Dave...
It seems that once again, like a slithering snake in a veritable jungle, David Perry has managed to get his bail reduced during a Motions hearing for a CIVIL matter in which NO bail application was sent before the judge. His bond in Steuben is now $25,000.00 personal and $50,000.00 for the house. What the hell is happening in Mayberry, Opie?
Today’s appearance was to discuss the terms of Perry’s forfeiture of assets, a CIVIL matter which should NOT have contained any bail discussion, which is criminal. I guess, in the interest of expediency, lack of understanding of the jurisprudence process, sheer boredom, whatever, Perry’s attorney was able to introduce an “Oh by the way, Judge, while you’re here, can we talk bail for my perfectly RESPECTABLE client, etc..”
Unfortunately, DA Brooks Baker is out of town and didn’t attend the hearing. Had he been there, I’m SURE that he would been able to impart the wisdom of letting someone of Perry’s caliber back out on the street.
What did ya hide in the house Dave? A body, perhaps? Another suitcase full of cash and a passport? Divorce papers??
Meanwhile, Kelly Rothwell is still missing...
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