Philly police lieutenant waited to report friend's drowning in her pool, sources say
Well that's strange.Sources said Perry objected to providing detectives with home-surveillance footage of the incident. "We got a warrant," McGinnis said, "just to make sure we covered our bases."
Police obtained the footage, which showed Perry and Cummins talking near the pool. Cummins went in for a brief swim, got out, then Perry went inside her house, McGinnis said.
Cummins entered the pool again, but went under water moments later and didn't resurface, McGinnis said.
Perry returned outside about five minutes later, and appeared to call out to Cummins several times as she looked around the yard.
Oh.Perry, 52, could not be reached for comment. She is currently assigned to the Differential Police Response Unit because of an ongoing Internal Affairs investigation into allegations that she stole public utilities, sources said.