2012-07-05 / Police

Lexington Police Report

Chief Clarence Yarbourgh

June 26, 2012

Chief Yarbrough and Cpt. Wooldridge responded to a two vehicle accident at the intersection of McDade RD and FM 1624 with one vehicle being forced on its passenger side. One driver was transported to St Mark’s Hospital in La Grange TX for treatment, due to complaining of chest pains sustained during the accident. The one driver involved in the accident was issued a citation for failure to yield right of way. Lexington Automotive Towing service removed the rollover vehicle from the roadway and cleaned the scene from glass and debris.

Chief Yarbrough and Cpt. Wooldridge responded to a disturbance call in the 600 Blk of Ave A. Upon arrival, contact was made with the involved parties. The disturbance was de-escalated and a report was taken and to be forwarded to the DA’s Office for further actions.

June 27, 2012

Cpt. Wooldridge responded to the CEFCO Convenience Store and took a found property report. Cpt. Wooldridge conducted a preliminary investigation and was able to locate the owner of the lost property. Upon making contact with the owner of the lost property, Cpt. Wooldridge returned the property to its rightful owner without incident.

Officer Jirasek responded to a loose livestock call in the area of 5th and Yegua. Officer Jirasek was able to assist the owner with corralling the horse and placing it back where it belonged with out incident.

June 29, 2012

Cpt. Wooldridge took a theft report in the 500 Blk of Hale St. Contact was made with the complainant and all pertinent information was provided which led to the identity of the possible suspects involved in this offense. Cpt. Wooldridge’s investigation is still pending and contact with the suspects will be made, which could result in possible arrests to be made.

Officer Nurse responded to a loose livestock call on SHWY 77 North. Upon arrival Officer Nurse corralled the loose livestock, causing it to re-enter where it exited the pasture. Officer Nurse attempted to secure the location where the livestock came out, to prevent further incidents.

Officer Jirasek responded to an alarm call at the Prosperity Bank in Lexington. All doors and windows were secure and no signs of any criminal activity were present. Officer Jirasek cleared the area without incident.

June 30, 2012

Officer Jirasek responded to a residential alarm call in the 500 Blk of 1st St. Officer Jirasek made contact with an individual on scene and after conducting a field interview, it was determined this subject was authorized to be at this residence. Officer Jirasek cleared the scene without incident.

July 1, 2012

Officer Nurse responded to a 911 call in the 700 Blk of 6th St. Upon arrival, contact was made with the parties involved. One of the subjects at the residence was attempting to leave the residence to prevent the disturbance from continuing. Officer Nurse was asked if he would assist with a civil standby to ensure no violence or disturbance would escalate. Officer Nurse remained on scene and allowed the individual who wished to leave the opportunity to gather their things and leave the residence without further incident.

Officer Nurse responded to the Peterson’s Grocery in reference to a disturbance in progress. Officer Nurse made contact with the parties involved and resolved the issue. Both parties agreed to leave the property and no further problems followed.

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