2012-09-13 / Police

Lexington Police Report

This Week’s Report is by Captain Ashley Wooldridge

September 3, 2012

Cpt Wooldridge was dispatched to a suspicious activity call at the Grandpa Trailer Park. Upon arrival, contact was made with the suspicious subjects and it was determined they were lawfully repossesing a tractor trailer.

September 7, 2012

Cpt Wooldridge served Eric Sheppard at the Lee County Jail with a warrant for Violating a Protective Order.

Officer Nurse provided security for the cross country meet.

Officer Jirasek responded to an E.M.S medical call on Ave E. The patient was treated at the scene and was not transported.

Officer Jirasek responded to a suspicious persons call in the 200 block of Rockdale St. The subject was located, and found to be walking home from the 5th Quarter at the church.

Officer Jirasek met with a complainant at the Police Dept, who was requesting information about getting his wife help, because he believed she was involved in some type of illegal activity.

September 8, 2012

Officer Blake Jirasek assisted the Lee County Sheriff’s Office with a Criminal Mischief case. The offense took place out in the County, and the complainant walked to the Lexington Police Dept to make a report.

September 9, 2012

Officer Nurse responded to an alarm call at Peterson’s Store. Upon arrival, he found a front door open. Officer Nurse entered the store, where the owner was located inside, and didn’t know the door had been left unlocked.

Cpt Wooldridge responded to an alarm call at the Lexington Food Mart. All doors were checked and found to be secure.

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