2011-02-17 / Police

Sheriff’s Report

February 7, 2011

Bastrop County advised that they received a 9-1-1 call from a Lee County address. The caller did not talk to dispatch but it sounded like a man and woman were arguing. Deputy Crockett was dispatched to the scene.

A caller reported that a vehicle had stopped across from the church on Globe Hill and someone got out of the vehicle and walked toward the church. Deputy Durrenberger responded and advised the building was secure and no one was on the premises.

Deputy Ray and Deputy Crockett responded to a disturbance on CR 316 in Lexington. The husband was issued a citation for Class C Assault and released to his grandparents.

A caller on CR 450 in Dime Box called and reported that he hears something hitting the side of his house. Deputy Ray responded and searched the area but did not locate anyone or anything near the residence.

A resident on CR 228 reported that someone had stolen her dog. The caller stated that she noticed a suspicious vehicle in the area of her residence. Captain Gonzales and Deputy Rudolph took a report. This case is currently under investigation.

A motorist reported cows out on Hwy 21 just west of Hwy 77. Deputy Rudolph responded and removed the cows from the roadway.

Deputy Durrenberger checked on an elderly lady on CR C in Lexington after receiving information that someone needed to check on her.

A caller reported that one of the foster children was beating up on one of the other foster children. Deputy Ray and Deputy Durrenberger responded to the call on CR 121. A report was taken.

Deputy Crockett spoke to a complainant on PR 3063 in Lexington regarding the theft of his gate. Information was gathered and a report was taken.

February 8, 2011

A city of Giddings employee reported that there were approx 20 goats at the golf course. The owner was attempting to get them but they requested a deputy speak to him because this was an ongoing problem. Deputy Lapham and Deputy Rudolph spoke to the owner and warned him.

Deputy Lapham and Deputy Rudolph checked on an abandoned vehicle on CR 205. The vehicle was located on private property and no one was around.

A caller reported that a male subject was standing along Hwy 77 attempting to flag down motorists. Deputy York located the subject who was standing at his driveway. He advised that he was trying to get a ride to Bastrop.

A Giddings I.S.D. employee reported debris on Hwy 290 East near the rest area. Deputy Crockett was dispatched and removed it from the road.

A complainant brought her juvenile daughter into the Sheriff’s Office because she tried to run away and requested a deputy talk to her. Captain Gonzales spoke to the mother and juvenile.

February 9, 2011

Deputy Lapham and Deputy Rudolph responded to a theft call on CR 202. A caller reported that his trailer had been stolen from his property. A report was taken and investigation continues on this case.

A caller reported that someone had possibly used his social security number to obtain a cell phone. Deputy York took the information and wrote a report.

February 10, 2011

Deputy Liles and Deputy Allen assisted DPS at the scene of a one vehicle accident on CR 114.

A resident on CR 113 reported that a red truck had pulled into their property, hooked up to his trailer and drove off. Deputy Carvin responded and advised dispatch to send out a message to surrounding agencies with a description of the trailer. Upon arrival Deputy Carvin advised dispatch to disregard the message because the caller’s trailer was still on the property. Apparently a truck that was pulling a trailer had turned around in their drive way.

Deputy Allen was dispatched to Hwy 290 East @ FM 180 to check on two subjects that were walking down the highway.

February 11, 2011

Deputy Durrenberger and Deputy Rudolph assisted Bastrop County in attempting to locate a silver Chevrolet truck that had rear ended two vehicles in their county and was last seen heading east on Hwy 290 West.

A caller reported that someone was shooting off fireworks on Hwy 77 South. Deputy Liles attempted to locate the source and warn them about the burn ban that was still in place.

February 12, 2011

A motorist reported that she was having problems fixing her flat tire. She advised that she was on the side of the road on Hwy 290 East. Deputy Liles and Deputy Allen helped her change her tire.

Deputy Durrenberger was dispatched to Hwy 21 in Old Dime Box after several motorists reported that a large round bale of hay was blocking one of the lanes. Most of the hay was removed from the road.

A complainant stated that someone had damaged his gate on CR 309 in Lexington. Deputy Durrenberger arrived on scene and reported that someone apparently threw a bench at the gate. A report was taken.

Deputy Allen was dispatched to a burglary on CR 311 in Lexington. This case is currently under investigation. A caller reported that there was a woman at his residence trying to take his money and his car. Deputy Allen responded and advised that all subjects at the residence were intoxicated, but the situation had been resolved.

A concerned citizen reported that someone on CR 113 had a large burn pile going. Deputy Allen located the fire and warned the property owner of the burn ban.

Deputy Liles and Deputy Allen responded to a disturbance on CR 316 in Lexington. The altercation had been dissolved upon the deputies’ arrival.

February 13, 2011

A motorist reported that she hit a motorcycle that was in the middle of Hwy 21. Deputy Liles assisted DPS at the scene. No one was around and the mini bike possibly fell off a vehicle.

A caller reported that a man and a woman were fighting on the side of the road on Hwy 290 East near the Fayette County line. Deputy Allen responded but the subjects had left the scene.

Deputy Allen and Deputy Liles responded to a call on PR 2332. A caller reported that his neighbor had climbed a utility pole and got electrocuted. Subject stated that he was not breathing and he could not find a pulse.

Jail Count:

42 Male: 39 Female: 3

In the month of January the Lee County Sheriffs Officers investigated 1Assault Family Violence, 4 Burglaries and 10 Thefts. The number one person on our Top Ten Most Wanted was arrested this past week.

CRIME STOPPERS PAYS CASH REWARDS FOR INFORMATION ON CRIMES IN LEE COUNTY. For Additional information go to bluebonnet.crimestoppers on the internet 1-866-930-TIPS (8477)

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