Deputy Ray put a cow up on Hwy 77 on the southeast side of the bridge at Elm Creek.
Deputy Lapham, Liles, Easley, and Captain Gonzales all assisted Austin PD in attempting to locate a stolen vehicle that was in our county. Upon arrival of the address the vehicle had left. Austin PD later located the vehicle.
Deputy Lapham and Deputy Allen where unable to locate a trespasser on Pvt. Rd 3141, the trespasser took off toward Austin.
A report came in of a suspicious vehicle on FM 141 Deputy Liles was dispatched, vehicle left prior to arrival.
October 26, 2010
A caller reported several cows out on Fm 141 about four miles out of Giddings. Deputy Carvin put the cows up.
Dispatch received a call that a neighbor was building his fence on his neighbor’s property. Deputy Carvin and Constable Davis arrived on scene and the neighbor pulled up his fence posts.
Deputy York responded to an alarm call on CR 401, all was ok at the residence.
Caller advised of an assault at the West Wood Villa Apartments. Deputy Lapham, Deputy Liles, Deputy Allen and Trooper Thorp went to the scene. A report was taken and both parties were arrested.
October 27, 2010
Deputy Carvin took a report for some property damage at the West Wood Villa Apartments.
Deputy Allen and Deputy Lapham removed some cows from the road on FM 2440.
Deputy Lapham secured an open door at the Post Oak Church.
Caller advised that someone was at his house that he did not want there. Deputy Lapham and Deputy Liles went to address and the subject left the residence without a problem.
October 28, 2010
Burglary alarm at H&R Machine was activated. Deputy Liles checked on building; everything was secure. The owner was notified and the alarm was reset.
A suspicious vehicle was seen sitting on the side of the road on Fm 2440. Upon arrival of Deputy Liles the vehicle had departed the scene.
Deputy Durrenberger removed some cattle from the road way on FM 448 just south of CR 214.
Captain Gonzales assisted with traffic control so a motorist could change their flat tire.
Deputies Ray and Allen received an alarm call on PR 4368. All was secure.
October 29, 2010
Deputy Ray took a report for harassment. Charges are pending at this time.
Cows were reported out on Hwy 77 near the rest area. Deputy Ray removed the animals from the road.
Received an alarm call at Industrial Lift. Deputy Ray and Trooper Thorp arrived at scene; all is ok.
Caller advised of two horses out near Nails Creek State Park. Deputy Ray arrived as the owner was putting them up.
October 30, 2010
Deputy Carvin received an alarm call at the Texas Star Animal Clinic, everything was secure.
Caller advised of a suspicious vehicle on FM 141. Deputy Allen and Deputy Ray found the vehicle at Doozies but the driver was not located.
Deputy Durrenberger assisted at the scene of an accident on Hwy 21 near CR 402 in Dime Box.
A caller reported a suspicious vehicle on FM 696 East. Deputy Durrenberger and Lexington Officer Sherer searched for the vehicle. It was located and the driver was looking for the skydiving center.
Deputy Durrenberger was dispatched to PR 5002 after receiving several 9-1-1 hang up calls. The caller advised that he had dialed 9-1-1 on accident and everything was okay.
A motorist reported that someone had lost several small bales of hay all over the road on Hwy 21 East near the Burleson County line. Deputy Ray responded and directed traffic while the hay was picked up off the highway.
October 31, 2010
Deputy Ray removed several calves from the road on CR 326.
A caller reported that she could see smoke coming from the back of a house on CR 113.Deputy Allen responded and everything was okay.
Deputy Lee and Deputy Ray were dispatched to Lexington after callers reported hearing shots from a high powered rifle. The area was searched and the gun fire had stopped. Deputies will be patrolling the area for the next few weeks.
10//31/2010 — 45
Males: 42 Females: 3
In the month of October the Lee County Dispatchers received 259 calls for service; the Lee County Jail had 1135 inmate jail days in population and 56 inmate jail days in holding.
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