2012-08-09 / Community Calendar

Sheriff’s Report

by Lee County Sheriff Rodney Meyer

July 30, 2012

B&M Ambulance reported a woman lying on the side of the road on Hwy 290. Deputy Rudolph and Deputy Allen searched for the female, who was in Bastrop County and the Bastrop County deputies took care of her.

Deputy Skinner ran a cow off the road way on CR 114 near Hwy 77.

Deputy Carvin investigated some suspicious activity on CR330; the people were with a survey company removing some trees to measure the property.

A cow was reported out on Hwy 21. Deputy Ray was able to run it back onto the property where it belonged.

Three Oaks Mine reported a suspicious vehicle that was spotlighting their property; Deputy Crockett was able to locate the vehicle and advised the driver to stop spotlighting.

Dispatch received an alarm call on PR 1331. Deputy Ray checked it out and found all to be ok.

July 31, 2012

A welfare check was requested for a residence on CR 119. Upon arrival, the subject was deceased. Deputy Skinner, Chief Deputy Lapham, Deputy Ledenbach, and Sheriff Meyer responded to the call.

Deputy Skinner took information for an online scam. A man was messaging the complainant, requesting account information where he could supposedly send payments.

A caller reported that a white Lincoln Navigator was swerving between the lanes of traffic on Hwy 290. Deputy Ray was unable to locate the vehicle.

Bastrop County called to advise that they were in pursuit of a stolen vehicle and requested LCSO’s assistance to stop the vehicle. Deputy Ray and Deputy Crockett responded. The vehicle stopped in Bastrop County and the subjects fled on foot.

August 1, 2012

Deputy York responded to an alarm on CR 238; all was ok.

Deputy York completed a motorist assist on Hwy 290.

ADT reported a burglary alarm on Cr 127 Deputy Ayers responded to call all was ok.

Several people called about some goats being out on Hwy 21 near Bastrop County Deputy York removed the goats from the road.

A motorist reported six head of cattle on Hwy 21 near CR 114. Deputy Allen ran the cows off the roadway.

A caller reported that her property was being sold without her consent. Deputy Rudolph explained that this was a civil matter.

August 1, 2012

Deputy Ayers checked on some mailbox damage on CR 208.

Deputy York completed a welfare check on a subject sitting on the side of the road; he was ok, just napping, on his way to Waco.

A caller advised that somebody stole her dog. Deputy York spoke with both parties involved.

Deputy Liles removed some cattle from CR 118.

A motorist assist was completed by Deputy Ayers on Hwy 77.

A caller reported a cow out on the southeast corner of Hwy 77 and Hwy 21. Deputy Allen was unable to locate the cow.

A motorist reported a man walking down the middle of Hwy 290. Deputy Rudolph was unable to locate.

August 3, 2012

An alarm was set off on CR 234. Deputy Rudolph responded and found all to be ok.

Deputy Ledenbach was unable to locate a cow reported out on CR 133.

A complainant came into the Sheriff’s office to file assault charges. Deputy Ledenbach took the report.

Deputy Ledenbach and Deputy Crockett took a report for terroristic threat on CR 114.

Deputy Liles assisted Lexington PD with a disturbance on Hale Street.

A caller reported that she could hear yelling, anda gun go off. She said it was silent for a few minutes then there was some more yelling. Deputy Liles, Deputy Crockett, Deputy Ledenbach and Trooper Weiser all responded, but were unable to locate the residence. There was no yelling or gun fire heard by the deputies while they were trying to locate the residence.

August 4, 2012

A caller reported a violation of a protective order and wanted to file a report. Deputy Ray took the report.

Deputy Crockett and Deputy Ray ran some cows off of FM 696.

Deputy Carvin took a report for an assault that happened on CR 309.

There was a report of some mailbox damage on CR 118. Deputy Skinner took the report.

Deputy Skinner and Deputy Carvin removed some cattle off the road on CR 114.

Deputy Liles removed some cattle on CR 114.

Deputy Carvin was unable to locate some cattle reported to be on Hwy 21.

A caller reported some cows out on CR 117. Upon arrival, Deputy Carvin was unable to locate them.

A caller reported that she hadn’t seen her employee in a couple of days and would like a welfare check on her. Deputy Ledenbach and Deputy Liles went to the employee’s house and nobody was home at the time.

Cows were reported out on CR 114. Deputy Liles went out and, upon his arrival, found that the owner had put the cows up and was repairing his fence.

Fifteen to twenty head of cattle were on the road at FM 696 East near CR 408. Deputy Ledenbach removed the cows from the road.

Dispatch received a call for a disturbance on CR 118. Deputy Ray and Deputy Ledenbach responded. The parties were separated for the night.

A caller reported a suspicious vehicle on or near CR 424. Deputy Liles checked on the vehicle, and found it occupied by one male. All was ok.

August 5, 2012

A caller reported that a man cut his wrist with a knife. Deputy Crockett and Lexington EMS were dispatched; No other information is available to report at this time.

Deputy Skinner responded to a burglary alarm on CR 309. Everything was ok.

A caller reported a disturbance on CR 118. Deputy Ray checked on the subjects and advised that all was ok.

Dispatch received a 911 hang up call and called the number back. There had been a disturbance at the residence, located on PR 4486. Deputy Crockett and Deputy Ray responded and all was ok.

JAILCOUNT: 08/04/2012: 50 MALES: 44 FEMALES: 6

The Lee County Jail had 1449 inmate jail days in population and 59 inmate jail days in holding and the Lee County Dispatchers received 303 calls for service for the month of July.

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