March 21, 2011
Deputy Ray and Deputy Liles went out with the South Lee County Fire Department on a grass fire along the railroad tracks on CR 217.
Deputy York received information about a lost Black Angus bull and a found white Charlois bull in Lincoln.
A caller stated that somebody had stolen her gas from her vehicle while on vacation Deputy York took the information.
Deputy Ray put some cattle up on FM 141 near FM 1697.
Received a call involving a child custody dispute, Deputy Liles went out to do a civil standby while they worked it out.
March 22, 2011
Dispatch received a call for a subject holding a knife to his throat, Deputy Liles and Deputy Ray responded to the call. Subject was ok. He went to friends house before arrival of deputies.
Deputy Liles was unable to locate a dead hog on the road on Hwy 290.
Deputy York removed some cattle from the road on Hwy 77.
Caller advised that her boyfriend’s family was at her house taking things. Deputy Gonzales was dispatch, but everyone had left prior to his arrival.
An alarm went off at the district courts office for a fight in the courtroom. Deputy Kahn, Deputy York, Deputy Gonzales, and Deputy Lapham all responded to the fight; and, the subject was brought to the Lee County Jail.
Deputy Allen and Deputy Liles responded to calls of a domestic disturbance on CR 139. Upon arrival the subjects stated everything was ok.
March 23, 2011
Deputy Carvin responded to a complaint on Clark Lane about a trailer being left on someone’s property.
Deputy Carvin responded to a dispute over cattle on CR 127. The parties agreed to the arrangement on the cattle.
Deputy Allen responded to a disturbance on CR 127, in reference to a terroristic threat.
Six head of cattle were removed from Hwy 77 by Deputy Ray.
Deputy Allen removed some cattle form FM 141 just north of FM 1397.
Caller advised that his wife was violating a restraining order; Deputy Liles was dispatched. No restraining order was found and the parties were separated.
March 24, 2011
A suspicious vehicle was called in on CR 436 and CR 402, Deputy Liles checked on it. The person ran out of gas and was waiting on somebody to bring him some gas.
Deputy Kahn and Deputy Durrenberger removed chunks of asphalt scraped up on the roadway on Hwy 77 TX DOT was also notified.
Deputy Carvin assisted motorist in changing a tire.
Deputy Kahn took a report about illegal dumping along West Wood Lane.
Deputy Crockett responded to a disturbance at the Sky Diving Center.
Deputy Ray was dispatched to Seguin St to take a report for an assault that happened in the county.
Deputy Ray completed a civil standby on FM 696.
March 25, 2011
Chief Deputy Lapham took a report for a theft of a trailer off of Hwy 21.
Received a call requesting a civil stand by for a repo of a vehicle by the owner, Deputy Kahn and Deputy Durrenberger were dispatched.
All units were notified of six Porsches racing on Hwy 77 north headed south. The vehicles were located by Trooper Manner; no violations were observed.
Dispatch received a call that there was a subject on somebody else’s property and was refusing to leave. Deputy Carvin, Deputy Kahn and Deputy Durrenberger arrived on scene, the subject left the scene. It was a dispute over property.
Received a call about possible animal cruelty; caller stated that there were two pit bulls tied to a tree with no shade and no water. Captain Gonzales and Deputy Rudolph went to check on it. The animals did have water bowls with no water and nobody was home. Somebody will check up on the situation.
Deputy Allen and Deputy Carvin were unable to locate a reckless driver on Hwy 290.
Deputy Crockett went out onto CR 118 to look at some illegal dumping. The commissioner was contacted.
Sheriff’s office received a call about a burn ban violation on Cannonball Lane; Deputy Allen was unable to locate a fire in the area.
A complainant came into the Sheriff’s office and talked with Deputy Ray about a child custody dispute.
Deputy Allen was unable to locate some cattle on the road on Fm 141.
We received reports of a reckless driver on Hwy 77 north of Fm 3403. Deputy Crockett and Deputy Allen where unable to locate the vehicle.
All parties had left the scene of a fight on CR 217 before the arrival of Deputy Crockett, Deputy Ray, and Deputy Allen.
March 26, 2011
Deputy Ray completed a welfare check on a citizen after receiving a call that he may harm himself.
A caller stated that there was some illegal dumping happening on CR 118. Deputy Lapham and Deputy Carvin were unable to locate the vehicle.
Deputy Carvin and Trooper Manner were unable to locate two vehicles reportedly racing on Hwy 290.
Deputy Carvin was unable to
locate some cattle out on Hwy 77 just north of Fm 1624.
Received a call that a white Charlois bull was on a person’s property. They were unable to find the owner of the cow and would like it removed; Deputy Lapham took the report.
Deputy Carvin had some trail riders move to the side of the road on CR 329 after multiple calls that they were blocking the road completely.
A caller stated that about twenty of her neighbor,s cows got out of the fence and were walking all over her yard. Deputy Durrenberger and Deputy Rudolph were dispatched to help put the cows back up.
Deputy Durrenberger and Deputy Rudolph where dispatched to the CR 309/Fm 696 area for an explosion sound. There was no sign of anything and the loud noises seem to be coming from Camp Swift.
Deputy Durrenberger and Deputy Rudolph were unable to locate a reported burn ban violation.
Received a report that two horse saddles where stolen from Fm 3403 Deputy Durrenberger and Deputy Rudolph dispatched to scene.
March 27, 2011
Deputy Durrenberger assisted Trooper Manner on a car accident on CR 122.
Dispatch received an alarm call on Hwy 290; Deputy Lapham reported that all was secure.
Deputy Carvin went to a domestic disturbance call on CR 114, all parties were ok and no charges were filed.
Deputy Lapham had the parties separate for the night in a domestic disturbance on CR 316.
Deputy Carvin notified the parents of some kids that were breaking glass bottles on the road way on Cr 411.
03/27/2011: 47 Male: 44 Female: 3
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