2012-02-16 / Police

Sheriff’s Report

by Lee County Sheriff Rodney Meyer

February 6, 2012

A complainant stopped in at the Sheriff’s Office and reported 4 cows out on CR 216. Deputy Carvin responded to the call and removed them from the roadway.

Deputy Skinner and Deputy Carvin were dispatched to a domestic disturbance on CR 432 in Dime Box. The deputies advised that both subjects involved in the altercation would give statements at a later date.

A caller reported that there was a car parked in front of her driveway on Hwy 290 East. The vehicle had been parked with the lights off for approx 30 minutes. Deputy Carvin located the vehicle and spoke to the driver. They had pulled over and got stuck in the mud.

Deputy York was dispatched to CR 316 after several callers reported 5 Longhorn cows out. They were located and cleared from the road.

A motorist reported that a large cow was out on CR 118, just past the bridge. Deputy York searched the area but the cow was no longer on the roadway.

The Sheriff’s Office received a residential burglar alarm on CR 230. Deputy Crockett checked the residence and met with the home owner. Everything was ok.

A caller reported that an intoxicated male was at a residence on CR 231 and refused to leave. Deputy Allen was dispatched, but was advised that the subject had left the residence.

February 7, 2012

Deputy Crockett was dispatched to CR 217, just off FM 448, after a motorist reported that 2 donkeys were out on the roadway. The donkeys ran into 2541 CR 217.

A caller reported that a male subject was driving down CR 226, and would stop and get out of his truck and do push-ups, then get back in his truck. The caller was concerned for his safety. Deputy Ray located the subject and stopped and identified him. He was just getting some exercise.

Deputy Ray was dispatched to Hwy 21 in Dime Box to meet with a complainant regarding a theft. A report was taken and investigation continues at this time.

A motorist reported that a gold S-10 truck was failing to maintain a single lane of traffic on Hwy 21 East. Deputy Crockett located the vehicle and spoke to the driver. He was not intoxicated, just tired. He was going to pull over and take a nap.

A complainant reported that she was having problems with her juvenile daughter. She was screaming, talking back and going crazy. She requested a deputy take her away. Deputy Crockett and Deputy Allen responded to the call. It was a verbal argument and the subjects were separated for the night.

February 8, 2012

A male subject entered the lobby and requested a civil standby on PR 1331. He advised that he had to get a U-haul first and would meet the deputy at Bucees. Deputy Ray met and followed the subject to the residence. There were not any problems.

Deputy Liles and Deputy Ayres searched for a suspicious twotone Chevrolet truck that was driving around CR 103. The truck had left the area.

A caller reported that a blue SUV was parked, and unattended, in his driveway on CR 101. Deputy Crockett and Deputy Ayres checked it out and spoke to the owner who advised it was broken down.

Several motorists reported that there were hay bales in the roadway on Hwy 77 North and drivers were swerving to miss them. Deputy Skinner and Deputy Ayres removed them from the roadway.

February 9, 2012

A driver reported that she hit an animal that was in the road on Hwy 77 near FM 3403. She was not injured. Deputy Rudolph responded and worked the accident.

A concerned citizen reported that there was a black truck with a camper parked at the Community Center in Lincoln. Captain Gonzales searched the parking lot, but advised the truck had left prior to his arrival.

February 10, 2012

Deputy York and Deputy Ray responded to a call for assistance. A resident on CR 114 in Lincoln requested help getting his horses off the roadway and back into his pasture.

A motorist reported that cows were out on CR 204 @ CR 205. Deputy Crockett patrolled the area but did not locate any animals on the roadway.

February 11, 2012

The Sheriff’s Office received a residential burglar alarm in Dime Box. Deputy Allen checked the residence and advised everything was ok.

Deputy York and Deputy Ayres were dispatched to a disturbance on PR 4511 in Dime Box. The complainant requested assistance so that she could get her belongings and leave. Subject gathered her belongings, and Deputy York gave her a courtesy ride so she could wait for her friend.

A caller reported that two men were at her neighbor’s house on CR 226. Chief Deputy Lapham, Deputy Crockett and Deputy Ayres spoke to the neighbor, who advised everything was ok.

February 12, 2012

A motorist reported cows out on FM 2440 near the bridge. Deputy York and Deputy Ray responded. Cows were removed from the road.

Deputy Ray and Deputy York were dispatched to FM 448 to put up cows that were out on the road.

Deputy Crockett and Deputy Allen responded to a burglar alarm in Lexington. All doors and windows were found to be secure.

Jail Report

Jail Count: 02/12/2012: 48 Males: 42 Females: 6

The Lee County Sheriff’s Office investigated 4 Assaults, 6 Family Violence Assaults, 6 Burglaries and 4 Thefts in the month of January. This past week, the Sheriff’s Office received 22 calls for cattle being on the roadway.


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