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2010-09-09 / Police

Sheriff’s Report

by Lee County Sheriff Rodney Meyer

August 29, 2010

Deputy Durrenberger was dispatched to CR 304 in reference to mail being taken out of mailboxes and thrown on the ground and at other mailboxes.

Received a call on a black Chevy Silverado driving slowly down CR 309 Deputy Carvin was dispatched he was unable to locate the vehicle.

Caller stated that her friend is possibly suicidal and would like a deputy to come out and evaluate her to get her the help she needed. Deputy Allen and Deputy Lapham went to the car in Dime Box to help with a suicidal subject. The subject was taken to a Mental Health facility.

B&M Ambulance service requested a deputy to one of their calls, because of a possible disturbance Deputy Carvin went.

Caller advised of an older model tan/gray ext cab Chevy pickup driving very slowly down CR 411 Deputy Liles was dispatched he was unable to locate the vehicle.

The caller stated that some kids were driving down the road shooting balls out the window and one of them hit his house. Deputy Ray and Deputy Liles went to try and locate the vehicle with the kids but were unable to find them. The caller did not want to file a report.

August 30, 2010

Caller reported that his seventeen year old daughter is at a residence and won’t come out unsure if she is being kept there against her will. Deputy Carvin and Deputy Durrenberger went to Private Road 4636 the actual event was located in Caldwell and was transferred to the Burleson County Sheriff’s Office.

Caller stated that his 17 year old daughter has run away he advised that his daughter and he have had issues before. Deputy Lapham was dispatched to CR 405 where the teen was staying and found that she is living with her mother; a report was taken.

Received multiple complaints of 18-Wheelers driving recklessly on FM 696 a close patrol of the area was put in effect.

August 31, 2010

Deputy Easley went to a burglar alarm at H&R Machine, building was secure.

Received a call stating that there was a 16-19 year old walking along Hwy 290 Deputy Easley was dispatched for a check person was alright just walking home.

Caller requested a civil stand by while he changed the locks on his property so that there would be no issues with person living there Deputy Liles dispatched.

Caller stated that his daughter swerved to miss being hit and went into a ditch Deputy Easley worked the minor accident on HWY 290 driver was ok.

Caller advised that his wife was trying to leave but he won’t let her because she is suicidal. Deputy Liles was dispatched and talked with both subjects family members where called out to help the husband and wife.

September 1, 2010

Caller advised that there were several dogs chained up and did not have food or water Deputy York was dispatched.

Deputy Aderhold completed a civil standby for a repossession of a vehicle

Caller advised that 18-wheelers were now speeding down CR 304 and was worried because school buses go down that road a close patrol was put on the area.

Caller reported a white semi truck swerving all over the road way on Hwy 77; Deputy Durrenberger was unable to locate the vehicle.

Deputy York was sent to CR 411 for a theft of a riding lawn mower a report was taken.

Deputy Easley put up some cows on Hwy 21.

Deputy Durrenberger was unable to locate a brown horse that was loose on Hwy 21.

Deputy Easley put up two cows on FM 696 West at the construction site.

Deputy Durrenberger put up a black cow on CR 426.

September 2, 2010

Caller advised that he and his girlfriend got into a fight over money and she started to hit him. Deputy Aderhold was dispatched to the call both parties where arrested for different actions.

Deputy Crockett put a cow up on CR 217 near the railroad tracks.

Caller advised that his ex-wife reported their son as a runaway and thinks he is hiding out on CR 415. Deputy York went to check on it and located the juvenile that was staying with his grandmother.

Caller wanted some assistance with her grown son tearing things up and not listening Deputy Crockett went to assist the lady.

Deputy Crockett put up two donkeys on CR 118; we were unable to locate an owner.

Received multiple calls on a large horse on Hwy 21 near Sugar Hill Ranch Deputy Durrenberger removed the horse form the roadway.

Caller advised that his exgirlfriend was refusing to leave his house Deputy Crockett was dispatched the ex-girlfriend agreed to leave and set up a date and time to get the rest of her things from the apartment.

Deputy Durrenberger was dispatched to FM 180 for a possible tornado sighting that took a roof off of a barn. The roof was in the road way the owner was notified and he advised he was on his way to get the roof out of the roadway.

Deputy Easley put a cow up on CR 329 right off of Hwy 77.

Caller advised that some woman was banging on her door yelling and cursing, the lady is refusing to leave the residence. Deputy Durrenberger was dispatched a report was taken for assault.

Received call about two donkeys running loose on CR 118 near the Baptist Church Deputy Easley was unable to locate.

September 3, 2010

Caller advised he believes his ex-girlfriend broke into his house; Deputy Aderhold was dispatched advised that it was to be a civil matter.

Dispatch received multiple calls of a car in a ditch on FM 2440 near Hwy 21; Deputy Lapham was dispatched the vehicle just slid into the ditch and was stuck. The driver was waiting on a tow truck.

Deputy Carvin was dispatched to CR 316 in reference to trespassing.

Received call on a two vehicle accident at the intersection of CR 301 and CR 468, all people involved are ok. Deputy Lapham, Deputy Allen and Trooper Moore responded to accident.

Deputy Carvin was dispatched to find a silver Toyota Tundra driving recklessly he was unable to locate before the Giddings Police Department located the vehicle.

Deputy Carvin put up a large horse on Hwy 21 near CR 114.

Deputy Allen contacted a complaint at Hwy 21 and Hwy 77 intersection to take a report on a reckless driver in a Dodge pickup truck.

Caller advised that her 16 year old foster kid ran away after school. Deputy Easley was dispatched before arrival to residence of caller the child returned home.

Deputy Ray put up the same donkeys on CR 118.

September 4, 2010

Received complaint that people have been trespassing on property on Cr 316 Deputy Easley was dispatched.

Caller advised that he almost hit a cow on FM 112 about half a mile outside of Lexington Deputy Lapham put the cow up.

Deputy Carvin put a horse up at Hwy 21 and Middle Creek Bridge.

Received a complaint about criminal trespass on Cr 316 Sheriff Meyer and Deputy Lapham went to property. They waited at the gate for thirty minutes and tried complainant’s cell phone but did not get an answer.

Deputy Easley responded to a call for a soon to be ex-husband getting the phone records of his soon to be ex-wife a report was taken.

Caller advised that one of her family members threw a rock thru her windshield Deputy Easley was dispatched no report was taken the other family members are going to replace the windshield.

Caller stated that she needed deputies to her house on FM 141, but would not give any more information. Dispatch could hear two females yelling at each other Deputy Easley and Deputy Liles where sent to address report was taken one subject was taken to jail.

September 5, 2010

Dispatch received a 911 hang up call from CR 307 Deputy Liles responded spoke with caller all was ok just having phone problems.

Received a call about mailboxes being smashed in on FM 141 Deputy Carvin took report for criminal mischief.

Deputy Lapham and Deputy Allen went to Middle Yegua Creek to put up four cows, upon arrival cows had already went back into the fence.

Received call from FM 1624 about missing cattle he did advise that his neighbor had them for a few days. Deputy Crockett was dispatched and took a report for missing cattle.

Caller requested some criminal trespass warnings be issued on FM 696 east Deputy Allen responded to call.

Deputy Ray assisted motorist broke down on Hwy 77.

Deputy responded to several people fishing off a bridge blocking the roadway, the people were gone on the officer’s arrival

Received a call about 2 small kids riding bikes on Hwy 77, Deputy Easley was dispatched to the call.

Deputy Ray was dispatched to a domestic disturbance involving an assault.

Jail Count:

09/05/2010 — 43

Males: 40 Females: 3

In the month of August the Lee County Dispatchers received 271 calls for service; the Lee County Jail had 1245 inmate jail days in population and 61 inmate jail days in holding. Lee County Deputies investigated 2 Assaults, 1 Assault Family violence, 5 Burglaries, 2 Thefts.

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