Lexington Police Report
Hello again from your Chief. Our new Officers are progressing well in their field training and are patrolling our streets. Some of their activities are listed here.
September 16th 9:30 am
Chief Bowden, Captain Yarbrough, Officer Gaskamp, and Officer Nurse responded to the area of Hester Street and Avenue Creference a pit bull dog chasing citizens. The dog was darted, but escaped into a wooded area.
September 16th 11:05 am
Chief Bowden, Capt. Yarbrough, Officer Gaskamp, and Officer Nurse responded to a possible suicidal person in the 200 block of Cherry Street. Situation resolved.
September 16th 1:00 pm Capt. Yarbrough, Officer Nurse, and Officer Gaskamp responded to a residence on 5th Streetreference a welfare concern. All was well and the homeowner was out of town.
September 16th 3:00 pm Capt. Yarbrough, Officer Nurse, and Officer Gaskamp made contact with the owner of a red pit bull dog in the area of Hester and Avenue C and advised him the dog would have to be brought into compliance and restrained, or a citation would be issued.
September 17th 7:00 am
Officers Gaskamp and Nurse learned the TDEx System at the Police Department.
September 17th 3:00 pm
Capt. Yarbrough, Officer Gaskamp, and Officer Nurse investigated a traffic accident in the 400 block of Main Street.
September19th 10:37 am
Officer Gaskamp and Officer Nurse investigated a complaint of identity theft from a complainant who visited the Police Department.
September 15th 8:00am
Capt. Yarbrough and Officer Gaskamp met with a complainant in the 700 block of Hale Street reference a general information call. Information received.
September 19th 1:12pm
Chief Bowden, Capt. Yarbrough, Officer Gaskamp and Officer Nurse went to an address in the 400 block of Hester and issued a citation to the owner of a dangerous dog.
September 20th 9:00am
Officers responded to Snow Roadreference a complaint of cars blocking traffic.
September 21st 7:05 am
Officer Nurse filed a Supplemental Report - reference an earlier dog bite.
September 19th 4:05pm
Officers responded to report of loitering at the CEFCO. Offenders left the property.
We are your police department and we are here for you. We solicit your support, your prayers, and your friendship as we serve and protect you in the City of Lexington. Your Police Chief, Jerry Bowden