Deputy Carvin removed some cows from the roadway on FM 696 between CR 407 and CR 408.
Dispatch received a 911 call with screaming and yelling in the background; could not get an address but a general location. Deputy Rudolph, Deputy Ayers and Deputy Ray where unable to locate the caller.
Deputy Lapham assisted a caller with people trespassing on his property on FM 3403.
Deputy Ayers and Deputy Ray removed a dead deer from the road at Hwy 21 and Hwy 77.
Deputy Ayers and Deputy Ray assisted Trooper Early with an eighteen wheeler accident on Hwy 77 near CR 330.
Deputy Rudolph responded to a domestic disturbance on CR 326.
Deputy Rudolph was unable to locate an abandoned vehicle on Hwy 21 near Hwy 77.
Deputy Ayers and Deputy Ray removed some cattle from the road on FM 696.
Deputy Khan and Deputy Allen responded to an attempted suicide call on Hwy 77. The subject was transported to the hospital by ambulance.
Dispatch received a call about a large fire in the trees. Deputy Allen was in area but was unable to locate any fires.
Deputy Khan was sent for a welfare check on a 911 hang up call on CR 133 everybody was ok.
November 29, 2011
Received a call about an open door on a Longhorn drilling shop. Deputy Skinner checked out the area and latched the door.
Chief Deputy Lapham and Deputy Ayers responded to a disturbance on Hwy 290 E. All parties involved where ok.
Dispatch received several calls on cows out on Hwy 77 at Nails Creek Bridge. Deputy Allen ran the cows off the road.
November 30, 2011
Deputy Khan ran some cows off the road on FM 696 E at CR 407.
A caller reported a suspicious vehicle on FM 2239 near St. Paul’s. Deputy Skinner and Chief Deputy Lapham checked on the vehicle.
Callers reported a cow out on CR 217. Deputy Skinner removed the animal from the road way.
Dispatch received several calls of a young man asking for rides on CR 426. Deputy Crockett was dispatched to the area.
Deputy Skinner assisted Trooper Koleck with traffic control on Hwy 21 just west of Hwy 77.
A caller reported a horse on the road on FM 448 just south of the Northrup Store. Deputy Carvin ran the horse off the road and made contact with the owner.
Deputy Carvin checked on a control burn in the Town and Country Mobile Home Park. All was ok.
December 1, 2011
A caller reported a dead deer in the road near Elm Creek Café on Hwy 21. Deputy Carvin removed the animal from the road way.
Several callers reported some cows out on Hwy 77 near FM 3403. Deputy Liles ran the animals back into a pasture.
Dispatch received a report of trespassers on Warren Road. Deputy Liles, Chief Deputy Lapham and Deputy Ayers checked the area the trespassers
were gone on arrival, but Chief Deputy Lapham called and advised them to stay off the property.
Deputy York and Chief Deputy Lapham responded to a domestic disturbance on CR 230. All was ok with both parties.
A caller reported a cow on the road on CR 217 about one mile from Hwy 77. Deputy Crockett was unable to locate.
Caller reported a cow out on CR 226. Deputy Carvin ran the cow into the creek bed.
Deputy Carvin was unable to locate some cows out on Hwy 77 near Nails Creek.
December 2, 2011
Dispatch received a call about a car hitting an animal on Hwy 77. Deputy Crockett worked the accident.
Received a burglary alarm for a residence on CR 309. Deputy Carvin check out the house and all was ok.
Deputy Rudolph assisted Trooper Weiser with a car accident on Hwy 21 in Lincoln.
Deputy Rudolph responded to a terroristic threat call on CR F.
Dispatch received a call about five to six head of cattle out on FM 1624 south of CR 323. Deputy Rudolph was unable to locate the cows.
Dispatch received a call about some cows out on CR 309 near CR 1208. Deputy Rudolph removed them from the roadway.
Deputy Ray and Deputy Ayers were unable to locate a suspicious vehicle on FM 2440. The vehicle left before they arrived on scene.
Caller reported a cow out on FM 3403 just off Hwy 77. Deputy Rudolph was unable to locate the
cow near the reported area.
Deputy Rudolph removed some cows from CR 217 about one mile from Hwy 77.
Deputy Allen completed a civil standby on a child custody issue.
Dispatch received a 911 hang up call coming from FM 141. Deputy Khan responded. It was a child playing with the phone. Everybody was ok.
A caller reported a suspicious vehicle on Hwy 290. Deputy Khan checked on the vehicle.
Multiple callers reported cows out on Hwy 77 at Nails Creek Bridge. Deputy Allen responded. The cows ran into the creek.
December 3, 2011
Deputy Allen and Deputy Khan responded to a four wheeler accident on CR 107. One subject was taken to the hospital.
Deputy Ray worked a one car accident on FM 448. There were no injuries.
Caller advised that she forgot her purse on the picnic table at Barefootz in Dime Box. When she went back, it was gone. Deputy Skinner took a report for theft.
Caller reported some cows out on CR 119 and CR 117. Deputy Rudolph was unable to locate them.
Deputy Ray was unable to locate some loose cattle on CR 405.
Caller advised that some goats keep getting out on the road on FM 1624 and CR 323. Deputy Rudolph attempted to contact the owner.
A caller advised that a crop duster kept flying low over her house and wanted to talk to a deputy. Deputy Ray met with the complainant.
Deputy Skinner was unable to locate a reported cow on CR 226.
Dispatch received a call about a fire on CR 230. Deputy Skinner was in the area and reported multiple control burns.
Dispatch received a call about a cow out on CR 107. Deputy Ray was unable to locate the cow.
There was a report of some cows out on FM 180 near CR 119. Deputy Allen could not locate them.
Deputy Khan ran some cows off the road way on FM 696 near CR 407.
December 4, 2011
A caller reported some suspicious activity around her house. Deputy Khan checked area but did not see anybody around.
Caller reported a pickup in the creek just pass FM 3403 on Hwy 77. Deputy Rudolph was dispatched to scene.
Deputy Rudolph responded to some kids mudding on some property on Pvt. Rd 2332.
A caller reported a donkey tied up next to a building. Deputy Ray checked on the donkey. All was ok.
Caller advised that she believed some kids were home alone and would like a deputy to come check on them. Deputy Allen took a report and checked on the children.
Males: 35 Females: 10
The Lee County Jail had 1273 inmate jail days in population and 52 inmate jail days in holding and the Lee County Dispatchers received 350 calls for service for the month of November. Good luck to the Lexington Eagles Friday night against Refugio.
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