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2009-11-26 / Police

Sheriff ’s Report

by Lee County Sheriff Rodney Meyer

November 16, 2009

Deputy Aderhold was dispatched to FM 696 East just east of CR 309 after a motorist reported a tree down blocking the road.

A caller reported that his mother had assaulted him. He left the residence and stopped at the Blue Fire Department and would wait there to speak to an officer. Deputy Carvin was dispatched.

Deputy Lapham and Deputy Ray served several civil papers.

November 17, 2009

Deputy Easley located a female that wrecked her vehicle at Ace Hardware and had left the scene. Subject was returned to the scene and turned over to the Police Dept.

The Sheriff’s Office received a disturbance call on CR 208. Deputy Durrenberger and Deputy Ray were dispatched to the scene. The caller stated that a female who had gotten out of jail this morning was back at their residence starting problems. The female left the residence.

Deputy Durrenberger was dispatched to put up cattle that were out on the roadway on CR 323.

A subject requested a civil standby while he gathered his belongings from his mother’s house. Deputy Durrenberger followed him to the residence and stood by. He was able to get his property without incident.

Chief Deputy Kothmann reported that he was out with a vehicle that struck a deer on FM 141 near the Yegua Creek Bridge. Deputy Easley was on his way with a blue form for the driver.

A motorist reported that there were cattle out again on CR 323. Deputy Durrenberger located the cattle and ran them all the way down PR 3232 into a pasture and locked the gate.

November 18, 2009

Several motorists reported a traffic hazard. They advised that a truck with a large tank on the back has a board sticking out over into the other lane. Deputy Lapham and Deputy Ray located the truck and had the driver remove the board.

Deputy Crockett was dispatched to put up a loose horse on Hwy 21 East near CR 402. A motorist called back and advised he ran the horse off the road.

A resident on North County Line Road reported that when she returned home she noticed her front door was open. Nothing appeared to be missing from inside. The complainant spoke to Deputy Durrenberger and advised that her dogs possibly pushed the door open.

November 19, 2009

Deputy York was dispatched to put up loose cattle on FM 1624 on the northwest side of the Yegua Creek Bridge.

A caller reported a suspicious vehicle on PR 2271. Deputy Lapham was enroute to check out the van when the landowner called and advised that the vehicle was okay.

Deputy Ray was dispatched to put up a donkey on CR 118.

MHMR requested a welfare concern at a residence in Dime Box. A client has not made contact with them and she has suicidal tendencies. Chief Deputy Kothmann and Deputy Durrenberger spoke to the subject’s father and he advised she was okay.

The Sheriff’s Office received a call from Westwood Villa Apartments from a male stating that his girlfriend would not let him leave with his television. The caller continued to argue with his girlfriend and never gave an apartment number. Deputy Robertson and Deputy Durrenberger drove through the apartment complex but did not locate any disturbance.

Deputy Carvin and Deputy Robertson were dispatched to Hwy 21 near FM 2440 to check on a deer carcass that was in the middle of the road. What was left of the carcass was removed from the road.

November 20, 2009

A resident on FM 141 reported a suspicious vehicle in her driveway. The caller advised that someone is sitting in the driver’s seat. Deputy Carvin was dispatched but disregarded prior to his arrival. The resident called back and advised it was a family member.

Deputy York and Deputy Crockett assisted Trooper Manner at the scene of an accident on Hwy 21 East.

A motorist reported cows out on FM 112 approx 3 miles out. Deputy Robertson was dispatched and made contact with the owner.

Deputy Durrenberger responded to an ambulance call on CR 348. A caller advised that her juvenile niece was on the floor unresponsive. B&M transported the subject to the hospital.

The Sheriff’s Office received a call from a subject who advised that her uncle was going crazy and was trying to stab himself in the chest with a knife. Deputy Robertson, Deputy Durrenberger and Deputy Carvin responded. A report was made and charges are pending.

November21, 2009

An alarm company reported an audible alarm at a business. Deputy Durrenberger responded and searched the area and advised that all gates and buildings were secure.

Deputy Robertson was dispatched to put up cows that were out on FM 141 approx 3 miles out. The cows were located and the owner was notified.

Deputy York spoke to a complainant who wanted to report that her goose and some chickens had been stolen while she was away in Austin. A report was made regarding the missing goose.

A motorist reported cows out on CR 122 approx ½ mile off of FM 141. Deputy Easley was dispatched and ran the cows into a pasture.

November22, 2009

Deputy Robertson was dispatched to Hwy 290 East @ FM 180 to put cows up. Several cows were close to the fence line but were not out.

A resident reported a suspicious vehicle parked at an oilfield entrance. The caller advised that she asked if the driver was okay and she said that she had a flat and was waiting on help. Deputy Carvin checked on the subject and she was okay.

A motorist called and reported two large white cows out just east of the Blue Store. Deputy Easley was dispatched and removed the cows from the roadway.

JAIL REPORT Jail Count 11/22/09: 59

Males: 52 Females: 7

The Sheriffs Office and the Police Department continue to take names for Blue Santa.

The Lee County Sheriffs Office employees would like to wish everyone a safe and Happy Thanksgiving.

CRIME STOPPERS PAYS CASH REWARDS FOR INFORMATION ON CRIMES IN LEE COUNTY.

1-866-930-TIPS (8477)

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