Lexington Police Report
June 18, 2012
Cpl. Wooldridge responded to a Burglary of Vehicle in the 500 Blk of 9th St. Cpl. Wooldridge made contact with the victim who advised someone had stolen property from his vehicle. Cpl. Wooldridge conducted an investigation, which lead to the identity of the juvenile suspects. Contact was made with the suspects and the victim’s only request was to have the stolen property returned. With the help of Cpl. Wooldridge and his investigative ability, the property was recovered and returned to the rightful owner. The victim was pleased with the outcome of the investigation.
Cpl. Wooldridge responded to a disturbance call in the 100 block of 5th St. Upon arrival, contact was made with the involved parties. The disturbance was controlled and the aggressor was issued an Assault by Contact Citation and ordered to appear before the JP #3 Judge concerning this matter. Cpl. Wooldridge cleared the area without further incident.
Officer Jirasek responded to the 400 block of 7th St on a disturbance call. Upon arrival contact was made with the complainant who advised they had just had a verbal altercation with a subject who had been continually passing by the residence and demanding money. Officer Jirasek canvassed the area in search of the individual who was involved in this altercation, but was unable to locate them at this time. The identity of the individual involved has been confirmed. An Investigation has been initiated and further action will be taken.
June 19, 2012
Cpl. Wooldridge responded to the 900 block of 9th St to issue a Criminal Trespass Warning. Upon arrival contact was made with the recipient of the Criminal Trespass Warning. Cpl. Wooldridge notified the recipient of the details of the warning. After the warning was issued, Cpl. Wooldridge departed the area without incident.
Officer Jirasek responded to a theft report in the 800 block area of Caldwell St. The victim reported noticing the property missing and contacted the police. A Criminal investigation has been initiated in an attempt to locate the suspect and recover the stolen property.
June 20, 2012
Cpl. Wooldridge was took a walk-in report of Found Property at the Lexington Police Department. The property recovered was placed into evidence for safekeeping waiting to be claimed by the owner.
Cpl. Wooldridge responded to the 500 block area of 9th St on a Burglary of a Vehicle. Contact was made with the victim and additional information as given on the items taken. Cpl. Wooldridge conducted an investigation and, during the course of his investigation, juvenile suspects were identified and the property was recovered and returned to the owner. The victim did not wish for criminal charges to be filed due to the recovery of the property.
Cpl. Wooldridge responded to the 900 block of 9th St on a followup complaint. Upon arrival, Cpl. Wooldridge was unable to make contact with the person whom he needed to speak with, so Cpl. Wooldridge departed the area without incident.
Officer Nurse and Deputy Skinner arrived in the 700 block of Hale St. on a Burglary of a Vehicle report. The complainant advised the officers that property was removed from their vehicle without their consent. Officer Nurse conducted an investigation and the property was located and returned to the victim. The victim did not wish to pursue criminal charges at this time.
June 21, 2012
Officer Nurse responded to a loud noise complaint in the 400 block of Ave E. Contact was made with the noise violator and they were asked to lower their music and they complied. Officer Nurse cleared the area without incident.
June 23, 2012
Officer Jirasek responded to a Found Property Report in the 300 block of Ave E. The property was a female bicycle which was left in the complainant’s yard. Officer Jirasek took possession of the property and placed it in evidence for safekeeping to be claimed by the owner.
June 24, 2012
Officer Jirasek responded to the Holy Family Catholic Church on a Stolen Vehicle from the property during Church Services. A report was taken and the vehicle was noted as stolen. All pertinent information identifying the stolen vehicle was gathered. Later during Officer Jirasek’s shift, the vehicle was recovered on CR 329. Deputy Skinner responded and assisted Officer Jirasek with processing the vehicle. Evidence was gathered at the scene and an investigation is being conducted at this time, which will lead to the arrest of the suspects responsible for the theft of the vehicle. Officer Jirasek then responded to the residence of the owner of the vehicle, gave them a courtesy ride to where the vehicle was recovered, and the vehicle was then released back into the custody of the owner.
Officer Jirasek took a walk-in report of an individual who was suffering from a head injury during an assault in the Blue area. Officer Jirasek contacted the Lee County Sheriff’s Office where a Deputy responded to take a report of the Assault. Officer Jirasek assisted the Lee County Deputy at the Lexington Police Department with whatever was needed by the Deputy to ensure the investigation could be conducted with the best efficiency.