Deputy Rudolph was dispatched to Hwy 21 @ the West Yegua Creek in Lincoln after a motorist reported 3 cows out on the highway. The owner was notified.
Deputy Liles assisted at the scene of an accident on Hwy 21. A red truck went through a fence across from Boriack Construction.
A caller reported suspicious activity at her residence on CR 230. Deputy Liles spoke to the complainant and is waiting for more information as far as if anything is missing.
A complainant reported that a lamb and a ram were running around loose in the Shady Oaks Subdivision. Deputy Crockett was dispatched.
Deputy Khan talked to a complainant who wanted to file a report on a juvenile that attends Giddings High School is harassing her via Facebook.
A motorist reported that she had just had an accident on Hwy 290 East. Deputy Carvin assisted with traffic control until the roadway was cleared.
October 11, 2011
Deputy Khan and Deputy Carvin were dispatched to FM 448 in Northrup after a caller reported 2 horses out on the roadway. They were able to run them into a pasture.
A motorist called and reported that he ran out of gas on Hwy 77 and he did not have a gas can. Deputy Liles located the subject and had Marion’s bring the driver some gas.
Deputy Crockett was dispatched to a possible burn ban violation on Hwy 290 East. The subject was burning in a barrel with a cover.
Captain Gonzales responded to the Airline Park after a complainant reported that someone attempted to steal copper wire. A report was taken and a close patrol of the area will be in effect on all shifts.
Chief Deputy Lapham assisted Lexington Police in locating two juvenile girls that left the school campus without permission. The girls were quickly located and transported back to the school.
A caller reported that there was a group of people dove hunting on Hwy 21 near CR 113 and she thought they were too close to the road and might get hurt. Deputy Crockett checked out the situation and advised the people were well off the roadway.
Deputy Carvin did a welfare check at a residence on FM 180. A caller reported that she had received a text message from a friend that said that her husband had assaulted her. Upon arrival at the location Deputy Carvin advised that the subjects involved had already left the scene and the female that was there told him it had been a verbal argument only.
A caller reported a motorcycle accident on FM 696 approx 2 ½ miles east of Hwy 77. Deputy Khan assisted with traffic control while Starflight landed at the scene.
October 12, 2011
Deputy York was dispatched to CR 444 after a complainant reported that he had stray cows in his hay patch. The complainant was able to provide Deputy York with the name and contact number for the owner of the cows.
The Sheriff’s Office received a 9-1-1 call from a man needing assistance in getting back up. He advised he fell but was not injured. Deputy Skinner was dispatched and was able to help him.
A caller requested to speak with a deputy concerning criminal mischief. Deputy Rudolph met with her on CR 323 and took a report.
October 13, 2011
Lifeline called the Sheriff’s Office and reported that one of their subscribers was hearing noises outside his home and would like someone to check around his property on CR 450. Deputy Rudolph searched the perimeter and found nothing.
Captain Gonzales met with a complainant on FM 2239. Some property was missing from the farm. A report was taken and investigation continues at this time.
Deputy Allen was dispatched to FM 696 West approx 1 mile East of 3 Oaks after a caller reported that he struck a deer.
October 14, 2011
A resident called and reported a gas leak at the corner of CR 205 @ PR 2051. Sheriff Meyer responded and reported that the line belonged to DCP but he could not smell gas in the air upon his arrival.
A concerned caller requested that a deputy check on her friend on CR 223 because she has not been able to make contact with her for the past few days. Deputy Liles went to the address given and the woman was fine. She will be calling her friends and letting them know she is ok.
Deputy Crockett was informed by Fayette County that a newer model red car was traveling at approx 120 MHP on Hwy 290 East in Fayette County heading westbound. The vehicle was not located.
A complainant reported that someone had stolen her wallet from her residence at Westwood Villa Apartments. Deputy Crockett took a report and investigation continues at this time.
October 15, 2011
A caller reported that several people were fighting in the parking lot of the rodeo arena. The physical fight had stopped but they were all still yelling at each other. Deputy Carvin and Deputy Khan were dispatched to the scene. One subject was injured and was checked out by EMS, but he did not know who hit him.
Deputy Crockett and Deputy Liles assisted at a one vehicle rollover accident on Hwy 290 West. All occupants were out of the vehicle, but EMS was requested for possible injuries.
A complainant reported that his mother was talking like she wanted to commit suicide and was acting
strangely. He requested that a deputy talk to her. Deputy Khan and Deputy Carvin met with the female and spoke to the family. Everything was okay.
October 16, 2011
Deputy Khan and Deputy Carvin responded to a disturbance at the Shady Oaks Division. A caller reported that her boyfriend became angry and broke her daughter’s Nintendo DS. She wanted him to leave, but he refused.
A complainant reported that his neighbors were having a party and they were being very loud. Deputy Carvin met with partygoers and they advised that they would keep the noise down.
A motorist reported that a large double wide trailer was left on CR 424 and it was partially in the roadway. It was foggy and close to a hill. Deputy Liles located the name of the owner and they had the mobile home people on their way.
Deputy Crockett responded to a disturbance on FM 141. The male subject requested a civil stand by so he could get clothes and his wife wanted to file assault charges on her husband.
Jail Count: 10/16/2011: 43 Males: 31 Females: 12
This past week the Sheriffs Office responded to 38 cattle on roadway calls.
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