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2012-09-20 / Police

Sheriff’s Report

by Lee County Sheriff Rodney Meyer

September 10, 2012

A caller reported that somebody blocked his driveway with trash cans on Hwy 77. Deputy Crockett responded.

Deputy Rudolph ran some cows off the road on CR 327 near CR 326.

Chief Deputy Lapham was unable to locate any cattle on the road on Hwy 77 near CR 223 after motorist reported them out.

A theft of a lawn mower was reported on FM 180. Deputy Ledenbach took a report.

A caller reported some cattle on his land. Deputy Skinner and Chief Deputy Lapham took information and advised the cattle owner to get his cattle.

A caller reported theft of his livestock on FM 448. Deputy Ledenbach took a report.

Deputy Skinner and Deputy Carvin checked in the Dime Box area for a suspicious vehicle. Nothing was around; will continue checks in the area.

Deputy Skinner and Deputy Carvin assisted Trooper Manner on a car accident on CR 208.

A motorist reported a cow out on CR 327 near CR 329. Deputy Carvin removed the animal from the road.

September 11, 2012

A cow was reported on FM 141 near CR 430, but was gone upon Deputy Skinner’s arrival.

Three cows were reported out on CR 317 just off of FM 112. Deputy Carvin ran them off the road.

Dispatch received a call about some suspicious activity on Hwy 21. Deputy Carvin spoke with complainant.

Sheriff Meyer talked to a complainant in the lobby about a dog on a leash. Somebody will go check on it.

A motorist spotted a house on fire on Hwy 21. Deputy Liles and Deputy Ledenbach responded, along with Lincoln Fire Department.

An assault was reported on PR 6016. Deputy Liles and Deputy Ledenbach responded. The parties were separated and did not want to file.

Deputy Ledenbach was unable to locate a cow out on CR 114.

September 12, 2012

A van with occupants in it was reported sitting at an oil well entrance for over an hour on FM 1624. Deputy Carvin checked on it; all was ok.

Some suspicious activity was reported on Cr 118 Deputy Skinner was dispatched; all was ok.

Motorist reported a big black bull out on CR 213. Deputy Carvin put the bull up.

A bull was reported out on FM 448 near FM 2239. Deputy Carvin was unable to locate it.

Caller advised that a young woman was walking down CR 118. Deputy Ray checked the area and was unable to locate anybody.

Deputy Rudolph removed a cow from FM 448 near CR 211.

Deputy York assisted Lexington PD Officer Woolridge with a disturbance call in Lexington.

Caller reported some of his cows were missing on CR 330. Deputy Ledenbach took a report.

A pedestrian was struck by a vehicle. Deputy Ayers arrived on scene until Lexington PD could take over scene.

Deputy Crockett assisted Lexington PD on a terroristic threat on 9th Street in Lexington.

Deputy Ayers removed a cow from the roadway on CR 118.

September 13, 2012

Motorist reported a cow out on FM 448 near CR 216. Deputy Crockett put cow up.

Dispatch received a call about a man walking down FM 141 shooting a gun. Deputy Ayers checked the location, but did not see anybody.

Caller stated that his granddaughter ran away and took his truck without permission. Deputy Ray took the report.

A theft report was taken by Deputy York for a theft that occurred on CR 309.

A caller advised that the disposal company trespassed on her property. Deputy York talked with subject.

A suspicious vehicle was reported on CR 405. Deputy Ray checked the area, but did not see the vehicle.

Motorist reported five trucks mudding on CR 410; upon Deputy Allen’s arrival, all the vehicles had left the scene.

Six pickups left before Deputy York arrived at CR 414 in reference to some mudding.

Deputy Allen and Deputy Liles completed a welfare concern at the Diamond P parking lot.

A caller reported that some dogs attacked people when they walked by. Deputy Crockett checked the area, but did not locate the dogs.

The owner assisted Deputy Crockett with putting up some cattle on CR 223.

Deputy Allen was unable to locate loose livestock on Hwy 290 near CR 133.

Burleson County found a vehicle abandoned in their county and could not find a number to the registered owner; requested assistance. Deputy Crockett went to the address of registered owner, but nobody was home.

September 14, 2012

Dispatch received some calls of an orange glow off of Hwy 21 near CR 426. Deputy Ayers and Dime Box Fire Department checked the area; it was a flare from a rig.

A cow was reported out on CR 133, but it was gone prior to the arrival of Deputy Rudolph.

Motorist called to report a cow out on CR 133. Deputy Rudolph ran the cow off the road.

Deputy Rudolph and Deputy Liles completed a welfare concern on Hwy 21.

A caller advised that she was concerned about her neighbor and wanted a deputy to go check on her. Deputy Carvin completed a welfare check; all was ok.

A caller reported gun shots on CR 113. Deputy Carvin checked the area; the neighbors were shooting at targets.

Deputy Liles put up some loose livestock on CR 121.

Five cows were reported out on CR 221. Deputy Carvin was unable to locate them.

Deputy Carvin checked on a suspicious person at K&C Quick Stop trying to get money from the patrons. The subject was taken back to the car and issued a trespass warning.

A theft was reported on CR 314; Deputy Carvin checked on it no report was filed.

Dispatch received a 911 hang up call coming from CR 305. Deputy Ledenbach checked in the area; the gate was locked to property.

Some cows were out on CR 114. Deputy Carvin ran them off the road.

September 15, 2012

Deputy Liles took information on some fence damage on CR 133.

Deputy Rudolph checked on a suspicious vehicle on Kay St. There was a dog in the vehicle and the vehicle was running, but nobody was around it.

Deputy Liles checked a suspicious person on FM 2440. It turned was the driver of the suspicious vehicle on Kay St.

All units were notified of a reckless driver on Hwy 77. Deputy Rudolph and Lexington PD Officer Nurse found the vehicle and driver at Cefco.

Deputy Ledenbach removed a cow from the road on Hwy 290.

Deputy Ledenbach and Deputy Rudolph worked an accident on Hwy 290 where a vehicle struck a deer.

A man called to report he lost his license plate off his motorcycle. Deputy Liles took the report.

Deputy Ledenbach was unable to locate where some gun shots were reportedly coming from on CR 113.

Deputy Skinner was unable to locate a black bull on FM 1697.

A suspicious vehicle was reported around Advance Hydrocarbon. Deputy Ledenbach checked the area, but the vehicle had left before arrival.

Deputy Skinner, Deputy Carvin, and Deputy Ledenbach and Trooper Manner responded to a fight at the Post Oak Community Center.

September 16, 2012

Deputy Skinner and Deputy Carvin responded back to the Post Oak Community Center for another fight.

A motorist called about a vehicle on fire on Hwy 21. Deputy Skinner assisted Trooper Manner.

Deputy Skinner and Deputy Carvin are investigating some shooting going on at the Post Oak Center.

Deputy Skinner took information on a stabbing that happened in Post Oak.

Deputy Rudolph assisted Trooper Early in a one car accident on CR 326.

ADT called to report a burglary alarm on CR 127. Deputy Liles went to check on the house; all appeared to be ok.

Deputy Liles and Deputy Ledenbach took information about some people mudding on CR 414.

A caller reported a prowler trying to get into her house. Deputy Ledenbach checked out the house; nobody was around.

JAILCOUNT: 09/16/2012: 60 MALES: 57 FEMALES: 3

The Lee County Sheriff’s Office investigated 1 Assault, 2 Assault Family Violence, 2 Burglaries and 4 Thefts in the month of August.

REWARD FOR INFORMATION ON CRIMES IN LEE COUNTY.

1-866-930-TIPS (8477)

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