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2010-04-24 / Police

Giddings Police Report


April 12, 2010
At approximately 2:45 a.m.,
Officer Cummings and Sgt.
Ramirez were dispatched in
reference to an intoxicated male
subject attempting to purchase
alcohol at the Lone Star Market
located at 596 E. Austin and the
clerk refused to sell the alcohol.
The subject left in a grey Subaru
southbound on Harris St. The
vehicle was located at the Chevron
located at the 300 block of E. Austin
St. The officers conducted a traffic
stop on the vehicle and the driver
identified as Juan Loredo was later
placed under arrest for DWI. He
was transported to the Lee County
Sheriff’s Department for process.
April 13, 2010
At 10:14 p.m., Sgt. Ramirez and
Officer Cummings were traveling
eastbound at the 1500 block of E.
Austin St. and noticed a male
subject standing in the parking lot
of a closed business, Seafood and
Donuts located at 1510 E. Austin
St. The business had been broken
into approximately a month ago.
The male subject, identified as
Jeremy Gilmore, was found to be
in possession of marijuana and
cocaine and was located within
1,000 feet of the City of Giddings
Park, which is a drug free zone.
Gilmore was placed under arrest
for Possession of Marijuana less
than two ounces and Possession
of a Controlled substance less than
one gram, both in a drug free zone
and transported to the Lee County
Sheriff’s Department Jail for
process and released to the jail
staff.
April 13, 2010
Officer Cummings was notified
by dispatch that there was a
female in the lobby of the GPD
wanting to speak with an officer
about possible criminal mischief.
April 14, 2010
At 1:03 p.m., Officer Shepard
was dispatched to 257 W. Brenham
for a theft of a 4-wheeler. He
arrived at the residence and met
with Jarvis Boriack, an employee
of Pumpco. Jarvis advised that
that another employee, Johnny
Sanchez, who lives at that
residence, was away on vacation
and his company ATV was stolen
off the bed of his truck. The case
is pending investigation.
April 14, 2010
At 11:53 p.m., while on routine

patrol, Officer Hernandez and Sgt.
Ray observed a white 2002 Ford
F-150 that did not stop at the
designated point at S. Polk and E.
Industry. The driver of the vehicle,
Cleotilde A. Cardenas, had an
odor of an alcoholic beverage
about his person, blood shot eyes,
slurred speech, and was unable to
maintain balance standing
upright. Cardenas was asked to
perform a Standard Field Sobriety
Test to confirm that he was in fact
able to safely drive. He was
arrested for DWI, 2nd with Open
Container, Class A and transported
to the LCSO jail for booking.
April 14, 2010
At approximately 6:40 p.m.,
while on routine patrol, Officer
Hernandez responded to a
Leaving the Scene of an Accident
in the 300 block of E. Austin. Three
parties were involved, no injuries
were sustained. All parties left the
scene and did not wish to pursue
any charges upon identification.
April 14, 2010
At 1:26 a.m., Officer Griffin
initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle
in the 1600 block of E. Austin. The
driver, Javier Sanchez of Giddings,
was placed under arrest for
Driving While License Invalid/
Suspended and taken to the Lee
County Sheriff ’s Office and
released.
April 18, 2010
At approximately 2:00 p.m.,
Officer Bridgefarmer responded to
a report of Criminal Mischief at 655
E. Railroad. Upon arrival, he was
informed by the owner of the
property, Terry Jay Maas, that his
garage and several items inside
were spray painted with graffiti.
Terry indicated that the property
has been vacant since January
and the last time they were at the
residence was on 4/15/10. He also
stated that there was nothing of
value damaged and nothing had
been taken. Terry indicated that
he initially did not want to report
the incident, but his wife wanted
him to at least inform the police of
the vandalism before they tore the
garage down. He said if he had to
put a monetary value for the loss,
he would guess around $150.00.
Photographs were taken and
attached to the file. The case was
filed as Criminal Mischief, but the
owner did not was to file a
complaint.

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