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2010-07-22 / Police

Lexington Police Report

Lexington Chief of Police Randy Lexington Chief of Police Randy The Lexington Police Department has received several complaints referring to suspicious vehicles in the Old Town area. These vehicles are reported to have been just riding around with no business markings on them. The Police Department thanks our Citizens for the watchful eye and commends you for a job well done.

Our Animal Control Officer will be conducting another Animal Clinic to combat Rabies. Please be watching for the update coming in August.

July 13, 2010

The Lexington Police Department received several phone calls in reference speeding eighteen wheelers traveling at a high rate of speed coming and going out of town of FM 696. Heavier patrols are conducted to slow them down.

July 16, 2010

Officers Sherer and Connolly were dispatched to the 400 block of Hale Street to investigate several males fighting. Upon the Officers’ arrival it was reported one male adult had assaulted several juveniles. Charges are being filed against the adult male.

July 17, 2010

Officer Sherer and Chief Davenport were dispatched to the area of Wells and 3rd Street to investigate a Family Disturbance. Upon arrival the female reported a torn shirt. Further investigation revealed the male had several defensive scratch marks on his face and arms. Further investigation revealed a large amount of marijuana on the property. Both parties were arrested and charged with Family Violence and Possession of Marijuana.

Officer Sherer assisted Lexington EMS with a resident in the 700 block of 6th Street. Resident was transported to the Rockdale Hospital.

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