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2011-11-03 / Police

Sheriff’s Report

by Lee County Sheriff Rodney Meyer

October 24, 2011

Burleson County reported that they received a call reporting approx 10 horses out on FM 1697 @ FM 180. Chief Deputy Lapham located them and advised they ran into the woods.

Deputy Crockett was dispatched to FM 2239 after a motorist reported seeing a lot of black smoke near the Serbin ball field. He located the source and reported that it was a subject burning in a barrel.

A caller reported that there were 3 vehicles parked on Hwy 290 West @ CR 200 that were blocking the roadway. Deputy Khan was dispatched and advised that the vehicles had left the area prior to his arrival.

Dispatch received a call from a citizen reporting that he heard an explosion just west of CR 200. Deputy Liles checked the area but did not locate anything.

October 25, 2011

A resident on FM 2440 reported that she saw a small beige older model car occupied by 2 males driving up to driveways and then driving off. Vehicle was last seen headed towards Hwy 21. Deputies will be patrolling the area.

The Sheriff’s Office received a call from a subject requesting a welfare check on his children. He had received a call stating that his wife was having a large party where there was a lot of alcohol involved and he was worried about his kids. Deputy Khan went to the residence and spoke to the mother and kids who were all fine. There were no signs of a party.

A motorist reported a gold 4 door car was swerving all over the roadway on Hwy 290 East heading westbound. The license plate was given to Deputy Carvin and Deputy Khan. The vehicle was located and the driver was identified and released. She was sleepy and was going to pull over and get some rest.

Deputy Carvin and Deputy Khan responded to a disturbance on CR 125. Two females were in a physical altercation. They were both issued criminal trespass warnings.

October 26, 2011

Deputy Khan was dispatched to a residence on FM 180 after the resident reported that something in her house was making her skin burn. The house was checked and everything appeared to be ok.

A local truck driver reported that a young female was walking north on FM 141 near CR 119. Deputy Khan located the subject. She was given a courtesy ride to her job.

Deputy Liles was dispatched to FM 696 to check out a white Chevrolet truck that had been parked on the side of the road for approx 3 days. The vehicle was not stolen and DPS was called to red tag it.

Deputy Allen spoke to the Dime Box School regarding three female subjects that they requested criminal trespass warnings issued to.

Union Pacific Railroad called and complained that a white Ford truck pulling a trailer was parked too close to the tracks on the right of way. Deputy Carvin located the vehicle by the tracks on Houston St. The vehicle was registered to the City of Giddings and they had permission to set up a temporary fence.

October 27, 2011

A motorist reported that a dark colored car was parked on the side of the road on Hwy 290 West near CR 200. Deputy Khan searched the area but reported that the vehicle had already left the scene.

A resident called and reported that she heard someone knocking on her door and when she got up she saw somebody looking in the window. Deputy Khan was dispatched and checked the house and the property but did not locate anyone.

Captain Gonzales responded to a call on Hwy 77 North. A motorist reported that a white truck was pulled over on the side of the road and two men were on the ground fighting. Both subjects had gotten back into the truck and left going northbound. Lexington PD searched for the vehicle also, but was unable to locate a vehicle matching the description.

A caller reported that a donkey was running up and down CR 113 just off CR 101. Deputy Allen was dispatched and located the donkey. The owners arrived and took the donkey back home.

October 28, 2011

Deputy Rudolph assisted a Fayette County Trooper at the scene of an accident on Hwy 290 East. No injuries were reported.

A caller reported that on Hwy 290 East there were approx 15 goats and they did not have any grass to eat. He also reported that there were approx 7-9 dead goats in the back yard. Deputy Crockett took a report and charges are pending at this time for animal cruelty.

Chief Deputy Lapham was dispatched to a disturbance on CR 430 in Dime Box. A man reported that he was having problems with his son who was threatening family members. The son had someone pick him up and he left the residence.

A caller reported that a motorcycle was traveling on Hwy 290 and was weaving in and out of traffic and speeding. Deputy Carvin attempted to locate it.

October 29, 2011

A caller reported that he had been trying to get in touch with his girlfriend but he did not get an answer. He was out of town and she had been having problems with her ex-boyfriend stalking her. Deputy Liles made contact with his girlfriend and she was ok.

Deputy Liles was dispatched to CR 133 regarding several mailboxes that were damaged. A report was taken and as many as 24 mailboxes had been destroyed or damaged.

A caller reported that he had heard a loud explosion and looked outside and saw that a mobile home was fully engulfed in flames. Sheriff Meyer, Captain Gonzales, Deputy Liles and Deputy Skinner responded to the scene.

A resident reported that someone was burning brush on FM 3403. Deputy Carvin went to the scene and had the people put out the fire and they were issued a burn ban violation citation.

Deputy Skinner was dispatched to a residence on CR 118 after a complainant reported that there were muddy shoe prints in his house and he knew who the prints belonged to. A criminal trespass warning was issued.

A caller reported that her uncle had gone to her house to get his cows and he punched her husband in the eye. She advised that he was bleeding but did not need an ambulance. Deputy Carvin was dispatched to the scene and the subject was arrested for assault.

October 30, 2011

Dispatch received a 9-1-1 call from a subject reporting that he had fallen and could not get up. He reported that he was not injured but just needed help getting up. Deputy Liles assisted and got him back up. He contacted family members that live on the same property and advised them to check on him periodically.

Deputy Skinner was dispatched to FM 696 East approx 1 mile out of Lexington to get some goats out of the roadway.

A motorist reported that there was a large piece of tire in the roadway on Hwy 77 North near CR 417. Deputy Skinner located the tire and removed it from the roadway.

A caller reported that he just heard what sounded like dynamite exploding somewhere on FM 448. Deputy Carvin searched around the area but did not locate anything out of the ordinary.

Jail Count:

10/30/2011: 40
Males: 30 Females: 10

If you receive a phone call and someone is claiming to be your grandson or other relative and is in need of money for bail or legal expenses in another country and you send the money, you have become a victim of a telephone scammer. Citizens should be very suspicious of any calls where a request for money is made.

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