2009-11-12 / Police

Giddings Police Report

November 4, 2009

At approximately 12:00 pm Detective Corporal Carvin met with Leslie Snider at the Police Department in reference to debit card abuse. Mrs. Snider advised that she last used her Visa debit card on November 2 at approximately 9:15 pm and then went to work at Oakland Manor nursing home. Mrs. Snider advised that the card was either lost or stolen sometime during her shift and was used the following morning (11/3) at approximately 6:17 a.m. The card was used at three locations in Giddings throughout the day. This case is active and under investigation.

November 5, 2009

At 3:39 a.m., Officer Griffin initiated a traffic stop for a traffic violation occurring in approximately the 100 block of W. Austin. The driver, Paul Anthony Perez of Giddings, was subsequently placed under arrest for Driving While Intoxicated & Driving While License Invalid/Suspended. He was taken to the Lee County Sheriff’s Officer, processed and released.

November 5, 2009

At approximately 11:15 a.m., Officer Shepard was advised by dispatch of a gas drive off at Buc-ee’s. Upon arrival, he met with the manager, Lois, and the Cashier, Brooke Black. They both stated that the suspect, Larry Jenke was asked if he had any fuel and he stated “No”. Lois stated that Larry purchased two cartons of Sports cigarettes and walked out of the store. Lois stated that she recognized Larry from coming into the store before but did not know his name. Lois stated that Larry drove onto Hwy 290 and made a left and did not pay for his $5.03 worth of fuel.

November 5, 2009

At 11:52 a.m., Officer Shepard received a call of a theft that had occurred sometime between November 2 and November 4. Two plants, two chairs and a cross were stolen from a residence located at 124 Wilson. This case is pending further investigation.

November 5, 2009

At 3:47 p.m., Detective Corporal Carvin and Officer Shepard were dispatched to Brookshire Brothers located at 515 E. Austin in reference to a theft. The caller advised that the manager was with the suspects in the parking lot. Corporal Carvin approached one of the female suspects and asked for her identification. She advised that she did not have identification with her and provided the name Keesha Hudgen, date of birth January 22. Cpl. Carvin asked “Keesha” what her year of birth was, she stuttered and provided the year of birth as 1985. Cpl. Carvin believed that “Keesha” was being dishonest and asked how old she was. She replied “22.” Cpl Carvin advised her that if she was born in 1985, she would be older than 22. She then placed “Keesha” under arrest and asked for her correct name and date of birth. She advised that her correct name is Jessica Hudgen, date of birth 6/19/1982. She was then placed in the patrol car. After further investigation it was determined that two other subjects, Jennifer Patterson and Lee Roy Johnson, Jr. had also stolen items from the store. Jennifer had an active warrant for her arrest from Washington County for Motion to Revoke Probation –Forgery. The warrant was confirmed and Jennifer was placed under arrest. All three suspects were charged with Theft $50 - $500. Jessica was charged with Fail to Identify Giving False Fictitious Information. The total amount of items stolen is $74.19. Case cleared, adult arrests.

November 5, 2009

At 7:18 p.m., Sgt. Ramsey received a call from dispatch in reference to a Violation of Protective Order at the Giddings Stadium. Upon arrival Sgt Ramsey received assistance from Officer Ramirez and Principal Shane Holeman locating and identifying Darrell Dean Iselt. Dispatch informed Sgt. Ramsey that the protective order was active and Darrell was in violation of that order. He was placed under arrest for Violation of a Protective Order and transported to the LCSO.

November 6, 2009

At 10:24 p.m., officers were dispatched to the 600 block of San Antonio St. in reference to a Domestic Disturbance, possibly involving a pistol. Upon arrival, two subjects were detained until further investigation proceeded. Upon searching the residence, a .22 cal. Revolver was found, a BB gun, along with Marijuana and a pair of brass knuckles. The case is under investigation at this time.

November 7, 2009

At approximately 7:40 am Officer Ramirez was dispatched to 630 N. Polk St. to speak with a complainant in reference to Criminal Mischief. Complainant identified as Suzanne Kessler stated that someone entered their property and placed numerous forks in the ground. It was also reported that a Mustang was covered with toilet paper. Officers could not obtain fingerprints due to moisture on the forks. Case closed, no suspects or leads.

November 7, 2009

At 2:51 p.m., Officer Shepard received a call from complainant in reference to a stolen firearm at 400 Rolling Oaks Drive. Officer Shepard spoke with the complainant, David Umphres, in reference to the matter, stating that two individuals, who may be involved. Case is pending.

November 7, 2009

At 10:43 a.m., Officer Shepard met with Sarah Harlan who stated that her vehicle was broken into the night prior at Wal-Mart in Giddings. Sarah stated that at approximately 10:45 p.m., she and some friends went into Wal-Mart and walked around for a while, rented a “Red Box” movie and went back to her vehicle and observed her front passenger side window broken and her purse missing from her front seat where she left it. Officer Shepard asked Officer Ramirez to attempt to obtain fingerprints from the vehicle but could only a partial fingerprint which was smudged. Officer Ramirez advised her that he could only get a partial print but could go to Wal-Mart to look at the surveillance video from the night before and she stated that there was no reason to go that far. She stated that she did not want to tell her parents about the incident just yet because she felt they would be angry with her for it. Sarah stated that she did not want to pursue charges, she just wanted a police report. The next day Sarah went to the GPD lobby and spoke with Officer Shepard. She stated she wasn’t telling the truth about the incident. She said her vehicle did get broken into, just not at the place she said. Sarah stated that she had gone to College Station instead of a friend’s house in Giddings and she did not want her parents to find out where she was. She stated that she did not want to go further into the investigation. Officer Shepard advised her that the GPD could file charges for false report to a police officer and she said she understood. There have been no charges filed in this case.

November 8, 2009

While on patrol, Officer Connolly initiated a traffic stop in the 700 block of S. Polk St. Passenger identified as Joshua Benson was arrested for Possession of Controlled Substance, penalty group 1, by Sgt. Ray.

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