2010-09-30 / Police

Sheriff’s Report

by Lee County Sheriff Rodney Meyer

September 20, 2010

Deputy York was dispatched to Hwy 21 just west of FM 3403 to put up a horse that was out on the road.

A motorist reported cows out on the roadway on FM 141 approx 2-3 miles north of Giddings. Deputy Allen responded.

A caller reported that his juvenile daughter hit his wife. Deputy Allen and Deputy Lee were dispatched to the disturbance. The juvenile was left in custody of her parents.

A motorist reported that he hit a calf on FM 141 approx 5 miles south of Dime Box. Deputy Aderhold assisted at the scene.

September 21, 2010

The Sheriff’s Office received a 9-1-1 from a caller requesting assistance because she had a snake in her car. Deputy York was dispatched but advised that the snake was either playing hide and seek or had left on its own.

A motorist reported that a bull was out on Hwy 21 approx 2 miles west of Lincoln. Deputy Easley responded and was able to remove the bull from the road


Deputy Lapham, Deputy Allen and Deputy Ray were dispatched to a disturbance in Dime Box. A male caller reported that a female was acting crazy and he wanted to get his belongings and leave. The confrontation was verbal only. The caller packed some of his items and would be staying with a friend.

September 22, 2010

Several motorists reported a large dead deer in the road on FM 141 approx 3 miles north of Giddings. Deputy Liles responded and was able to remove the carcass from the road.

Child Protective Services requested a welfare check on a female that lives on FM 696. They had scheduled meetings with her and she did not show up. Deputy Easley was dispatched and advised that no one answered the door and it appeared no one had been there for a while. He will check back later and notify CPS.

A caller reported a suspicious vehicle on CR 122 approx 2 miles west of FM 141. The vehicle description was given to Deputy Carvin who searched CR 122 all the way to FM 1697 but advised the vehicle had left the area.

Chief Deputy Kothmann responded to a semi truck that was stalled out in the westbound outer lane of traffic approx 5 miles west of Giddings. Upon his arrival, the truck had been fixed and heading westbound.

A resident reported that someone had entered her mobile home without permission and moved in all of their furniture. She advised that she owns the home and no one is supposed to be living there. A report was taken and investigation continues on this case.

Deputy Lapham and Deputy Allen assisted with a civil standby at a residence in Dime Box. Caller was moving out and did not want any problems.

September 23, 2010

A motorist reported that a horse was out on Hwy 21 approx 2 miles west of Old Dime Box. Deputy Liles located the horse but advised that it ran under the bridge and into the woods. The owner of the horse is unknown at this time.

Deputy Crockett was dispatched to PR 8004 because a caller reported that the house she allows her granddaughter to live in has been destroyed. A report was made.

The Sheriff’s Office received a residential alarm in Giddings. Deputy Durrenberger arrived on scene and found the back door open. Deputy Crockett assisted and the residence was checked and nothing was found disturbed. The owner’s daughter was contacted and she was on her way to secure the house.

A caller reported a suspicious truck pulling a gooseneck trailer with a 4-wheeler on the trailer. It was seen on CR 208 pulling into a driveway. Deputy Crockett located the truck and spoke to the driver who advised that he was dropping off his 4-wheeler off to be worked on.

Deputy Crockett was dispatched to a copper wire theft at a local business in Giddings. A report was taken and investigation continues on this case.

A resident reported a white car that was parked at a vacant brick house on CR 118 near the bridge. Deputy Lapham and Deputy Allen responded and reported the vehicle was gone upon arrival. The residence was checked and everything was secure.

Captain Gonzales and Deputy Ray spoke to a female complainant that was having problems with her juvenile son. Deputies spoke to the juvenile and everything was okay.

Several motorists reported a horse out again on Hwy 21 East. Deputy Allen advised that a horse and a cow were out. The auction barn was contacted and they will attempt to pick them both up.

Lee County was contacted by Bastrop County regarding a motorist who called and advised that she was having severe chest and abdominal pain. She was unsure of her location other than she was on Hwy 290. Deputy Ray searched for the vehicle in Lee County. Bastrop called back and advised they located the caller in their county.

September 24, 2010

A resident reported that her brother had some people over at their residence and they had all been drinking. Deputy Ray was dispatched and advised that everyone had left the residence with the exception of the people who lived there.

A motorist reported several cows out on CR 116 approx 1 mile off of FM 180. Deputy Lee was dispatched and was able to run them off the road and into a pasture nearby.

Deputy Durrenberger was dispatched to FM 180 near Nails Creek Park regarding a donkey out on the roadway. The area was searched but the donkey was gone.

Deputy York requested an ambulance on Hwy 21 for a female driver who was complaining of medical issues. B&M Ambulance was dispatched to the scene and the female was transported to a hospital.

A resident on CR 226 reported that a goat is out and it is ramming her neighbor’s glass door over and over again. Deputy Allen ran the goat into a pasture.

Deputy Ray assisted at the scene of an accident on FM 696 East. A vehicle had run off the road and into some brush. The driver had some minor cuts and was walking around.

A motorist reported that a red Chevrolet truck almost hit him head-on on CR 424 coming from Burleson County. The truck has two flat tires and is driving on the rims. Deputy Ray and Deputy Allen located the truck. One subject was arrested and charged with public intoxication and has pending charges for criminal mischief for damaging the roadway.

September 25, 2010 Deputy Lee, Deputy Ray and Deputy Liles responded to an accident on CR 114. A caller reported that a man working on a drilling rig fell approx 10 feet down some stairs and possibly had a broken leg and was complaining of back pain.

A caller reported a wrecked vehicle on the first bridge of Hwy 77. No one was seen in or around the vehicle. Deputy Liles arrived on scene and advised that it was a rollover. A trooper was called to the scene.

Deputy Durrenberger was dispatched to check on an abandoned vehicle on CR 122. The vehicle’s license plate was run through TCIC and confirmed as stolen. The vehicle was towed to the Sheriff’s Office impound yard and will be processed for prints and evidence. Investigation continues at this time.

A caller reported that someone had gone onto his property and stole his son’s tires from his truck. Deputy Allen was dispatched but the complainant called back and reported that he had spoken to his son and his son took the tires off.

September 26, 2010

A caller reported cows out on CR 133 near CR 116. Deputy Crockett was dispatched and ran the cows off the roadway.

A resident reported 3 mailboxes damaged on CR 216. Deputy Crockett responded and took a report.

Deputy Crockett was dispatched to a residence on CR 226 after a caller reported a goat was on her front porch. The auction barn was notified and advised they would pick it up.

Deputy Durrenberger conducted a security check on the Serbin picnic grounds. A door was found unsecure. They building was checked and secured.

A complainant spoke to Deputy Lapham regarding her cousin in Bastrop County who refused to return her juvenile daughter to her. A report was taken and investigation continues on this case.

Deputy Carvin took a theft report from a complainant on CR 430. Charges were filed and a warrant will be issued.

Jail Count: 09/26/2010 — 46 Males: 42 Females: 4

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