Deputy Carvin ran some cows off the road on FM 1697 near FM 180.
A caller reported some donkeys on the road on CR 217; Deputy Skinner and Deputy Ray were unable to locate them.
Sheriff Meyer, Captain Gonzales, Deputy York and Deputy Skinner all responded to a deceased person on Hwy 290 E.
Deputy Allen ran some cows off of the FM 1697 near Nails Creek.
A motorist reported a reckless driver on Hwy 77 north headed south bound. Deputy Allen and Deputy Rudolph were unable to locate the driver.
Cows were reported out on FM 180 near CR 132. Deputy Allen removed them from the roadway.
October 4, 2011
Deputy Rudolph took a report of juveniles smoking marijuana at Camp Tejas.
Dispatch received a call about a motorcycle hitting a deer. Deputy Rudolph and Deputy Ray responded with Lexington Fire Department, Lexington EMS, and Trooper Early.
Deputy Skinner ran some cows off the road on FM 696 just past CR 408.
Deputy Rudolph responded to an alarm call at Lexington Food Mart. All was secure.
A caller reported a cow out on CR 200 Deputy Skinner removed the cow from the roadway.
Several people called in about some loose cattle on Hwy 77 just north of Giddings; Deputy York removed the animals from the road way.
Received a call about a suspicious grey color Jeep sitting in a drive way on CR 309. Deputy Allen was unable to locate the vehicle.
A caller reported hearing screaming and yelling coming from a residence on CR 223. Deputy Rudolph checked it out. The couple were just working out and yelling to get motivated.
October 5, 2011
Deputy Rudolph was unable to locate a horse reported on the road at FM 1697 and CR 127.
A caller reported that a reckless driver almost hit him while he was taking his kids to school; Chief Deputy Lapham was unable to locate the vehicle.
Deputy Ray removed horses from the road after several reports of them being out on FM 180 and FM 1697.
A caller reported a vehicle pulling a trailer dragging a chain and pieces were flying off and hitting other vehicles. Deputy Skinner located and stopped the vehicle.
Caller reported a suspicious vehicle on CR 204. Deputy Allen responded. The car was having mechanical issues.
Deputy Carvin ran some cows off the road on Hwy 77 just north of Giddings.
Deputy Allen ran some cows off the road on Hwy 77 just north of Giddings.
October 6, 2011
Dispatch received a call about some people shooting guns with children in the same area. Deputy Crockett checked into the situation and found all was ok.
A cow was out on FM 3403 about one and a half miles from Hwy 77. Deputy Carvin was unable to locate it.
A caller reported that a buck had been hit and was lying in the middle of FM 2440. Deputy Kahn was unable to locate it.
A cow was reported out on Hwy 77 at the Nails Creek Bridge. Deputy Kahn was unable to locate the cow.
Deputy Carvin and Deputy Kahn responded to a disturbance on CR 133 that was happening in a vehicle. The deputies stopped the vehicle. All occupants were ok and getting along again.
October 7, 2011
Deputy Kahn completed a civil standby at Walch Store.
Cows were reported out on Hwy 77 at West Yegua Creek. Deputy Kahn was unable to locate the cows.
Deputy Ray responded to a suspicious vehicle call on CR 426. The caller called back to inform us that he found out who the vehicle belonged to.
Deputy Skinner was unable to locate some loose cattle on Hwy 77 just south of Elm Creek.
Deputy Ray responded to a twovehicle accident on Hwy 21. The accident was in Bastrop County and they were notified.
Some cattle was reported out on CR 133. Deputy York was unable to locate them.
A bull was reported out on CR 133. Deputy York removed the animal from the road.
A caller reported cows out on Hwy 77 at the Nails Creek Bridge. Deputy Allen responded. The cows ran off into the creekbed.
Deputy Allen removed a cow from the road on CR 130 at the county line.
October 8, 2011
Two white cows were reported out on Hwy 77 at Elm Creek; Deputy Rudolph removed the animals from the roadway.
Deputy Ray removed cows from Hwy 77 at Elm Creek.
A caller reported a cow out on CR 226 at the Auction Barn; Deputy Allen was unable to locate the animal.
October 9, 2011
Deputy Rudolph sat in front of a tree that had fallen across the road on Hwy 21 until TXDOT came out to remove it.
A caller reported a disturbance at the Oakland Manor Nursing Home. Deputy York, Deputy Skinner and Deputy Ray responded.
Deputy Skinner completed a welfare check on CR 106. The subject was found and is ok.
Dispatch received a call in reference to a burn ban violation. Deputy Skinner was sent but was unable to locate any fire.
Deputy Allen was unable to catch up to a reckless driver on Hwy 21. Bastrop County was notified.
A caller reported a cow out on FM 696 W. Deputy Skinner was unable to locate the animal.
Deputy Allen was unable to locate people shooting on CR 117.
Deputy Skinner assisted Lexington PD Officer Gaskamp with a domestic disturbance in Lexington. Both subjects were ok.
The Sheriff’s Office received a call in reference to a domestic concern. Deputy Rudolph handled the situation.
A burn ban violation was reported, but Deputy Skinner was unable to locate any fires in the area.
A caller reported another burn ban violation at the same area on Trailside. Deputy Rudolph gave the subject a verbal warning and advised that the burn ban was still in effect.
Males: 28 Females: 18
The Lee County Sheriff’s Office investigated 1 Assault, 1 Burglary, 7 Thefts and 1 Auto Theft for the month of September.