Lexington Police Report
The Lexington Police Department reminds everyone the water restrictions are still in effect.
The City is asking all water customers to continue with the schedule as follows: The South side of town will be allowed to water outdoors on odd numbered days (1-31). The North side of town will be allowed to water outdoors only on even days (2- 30). Fifth Street will be the dividing line, which defines the South and the North sides of town.
Car washing should be completed in accordance with the same guidelines. If your sprinklers are set on automatic timers please make the necessary adjustments.
June 21, 2009
At approximately 12:35 p.m., Officer Cary was dispatched to the area of Giddings Street in Lexington in reference to a reckless driver. Upon Officer Cary's arrival the vehicle was gone.
June 27, 2009
At approximately 2:30p.m., Officers Sherer, Bell, Cary and Deputies from the Lee County Sheriff's Department responded to the 100 block of Lonesome Trail in reference an individual reportedly taking too many prescription pills. While law enforcement personel were inside the residence, they heard a single gun shot coming from the bedroom. Upon entering the room it was discovered the individual had accidentally discharged his weapon while taking it from the top of the night stand and attempting to put it in the drawer of the night stand. EMS was then dispatched to the residence to evaluate the individual. After a preliminary medical check of the individual the family thought it best to transport their family member to St. Marks in La Grange. The individual was later treated and released.
Animal Control Officer Castro and the Blue Paws Organization are continuing their quest on the Feral Cat population. If your cat is missing please contact ACO Castro at 979-540-9791.
A reminder all animals kept outside should have a collar and Rabies tags. If you should be missing your pet please contact the Animal Control Officer.