2009-11-19 / Police

Giddings Police Report

November 9, 2009

At 2:17 pm, Officer Ramirez met with a complainant identified as Charlotte Wagoner at the Giddings Police Department in reference to a stolen motor vehicle registration sticker. Wagoner stated that she went to have her vehicle inspected and the inspector noticed that the registration sticker did not belong to that vehicle. Officer Ramirez attempted to have Wagoner provide a statement and she stated that she did not want to pursue charges. She just wanted it on file and to advise that someone was driving around with her registration sticker. The registration sticker is registered to a vehicle out of Fayette County. Officer Ramirez contacted La Grange Police Department and spoke with a sergeant who stated that they would attempt to locate the vehicle for the registration sticker. Case closed due to complainant not wanting to pursue charges.

November 10, 2009

At 6:07 pm Sgt. Ramsey received a call from dispatch in reference to a shoplifter at the Dollar General at 2440 E. Austin. The caller, Angelica Zachary, described the female subject and stated that she was still in the store. Sgt. Ramsey arrived and the female was identified as Cheryl Sanders. She was issued a citation for theft and released.

November 10, 2009

At 7:05 pm, Officer Griffin was on routine patrol and observed a vehicle commit a traffic violation. The driver, Jared Duane Wolfe of Warda, was subsequently placed under arrest for Driving While Intoxicated and taken to the Lee County Jail. A back passenger, Ryan Lee Kays of Nechanitz, was issued a citation of possessing an open alcoholic container. The vehicle was released to a sober front passenger.

November 12, 2009

At approximately 9:30 am, Officer Ramirez was notified by the Giddings Police Dispatcher that a City of Giddings employee, Kenneth Ray, had found a Texas drivers license. Officer Ramirez attempted to contact the owner of the license, Nicholas Suarez, but got no answer on the phone. Case pending location of owner.

November 13, 2009

At 6:36 pm, Sgt. Ramsey responded to a call at 172 Larabie Cove in reference to a Burglary of a Vehicle. The victim reported that someone had stolen money from her truck. Fingerprints off the truck were retrieved. Case under investigation.

November 14, 2009

At 3:58 pm, Detective Corporal Carvin was advised by dispatch that Jason Huff was in the lobby of the Police Department requesting a protective order. Cpl. Carvin met with Jason who advised that he had gone to his residence at 942 N. Harris, that he shares with his wife, Jacqueline Huff-Lewis, to retrieve his personal belongings. Jason stated that Jacqueline was trying to keep him from leaving and when he refused to stay, Jacqueline started hitting, scratching, and biting Jason. Cpl. Carvin observed numerous scratches to the left side of Jason’s face and neck that were bloody, a bite mark to his upper left arm that was red and swollen, and a bite mark to the left side of his abdomen that broke the skin and was bloody. Charges pending.

November 14, 1009

At 9:13 pm, Officer Griffin initiated a traffic stop in the 100 block of E. Austin. The driver, Paul Fruge, III of Lakeway, was placed under arrest for Driving While License Invalid/Suspended and taken to the Lee County Sheriff’s Office and released.

November 15, 2009

At 8:30 am, Officer Spencer conducted a traffic stop in the 3200 block of E. Austin. The vehicle was stopped for a minor traffic violation. Upon examining the vehicle’s registration sticker and inspection sticker, it was determined that neither belonged to the vehicle. The driver was identified as Michael Ray Jones (28). Jones’ driver’s license was also under suspension. He was placed under arrest for Displaying a Fictitious Inspection Sticker (Class B Misd), and transported to the Lee County Jail.

November 15, 2009

At 6:34 pm Sgt. Ramsey received a call from dispatch in reference to criminal mischief at the 100 block of S. Leon. The caller, Emilio Barboza stated that someone broke a window out of his truck. I arrived and observed the damage, and took photos of the damage to the truck. Emilio stated that he did not see anyone around his truck and that he had only been parked there for approximately 5 minutes. Case under investigation.

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