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2012-11-29 / Police

Lexington Police Report

by Chief Clarence Yarbrough


Lexington Chief of Police, Clarence Yarbrough (center) is seen with some of the folks from Savannah Park Apartments, who enjoyed a Thanksgiving meal together last Tuesday night. Lexington Chief of Police, Clarence Yarbrough (center) is seen with some of the folks from Savannah Park Apartments, who enjoyed a Thanksgiving meal together last Tuesday night. November 19, 2012

Officer Vivas assisted with a civil standby in the area of Main St and 2nd St. for an individual to retrieve pets from their previous residence. The individual was able to take possession of the pets without incident.

November 20, 2012

Nurse was on a special assignment in the area of Caldwell St while a survey was conducted. Due to the history in the area of Caldwell Street, Officer Nurse was assigned to the area to prevent any altercations between the neighbors. The survey team was able to complete the survey without any problems .

On behalf of the Lexington Police Department, Chief Yarbrough, Cpt. Wooldridge, Officer Nurse, Judge Candace Walch and Pam Cox provided a Thanksgiving dinner for the residents at the Savannah Park Apartments and everyone enjoyed a wonderful dinner.

November 21, 2012

Officer Nurse met with a subject at the Lexington Police Department who reported hearing strange noises coming from Hale St. Officer Nurse responded to the 800 Blk of Hale St. to investigate the complaint, but upon arrival and after further investigation, he could not locate the source of the noise. Officer Nurse cleared the area without incident.

November 23, 2012

Cpt Wooldridge assisted D.P.S and Lee County Sheriff Office on a tractor trailer rollover on Hwy 77 about 4 miles north of the city of Lexington. No injuries were reported and DPS conducted the accident investigation. Cpt. Wooldridge cleared the area without incident.

November 24, 2012

Cpt Wooldridge was dispatched to the 8600 Blk of Hwy 77 N. in reference to a subject staggering in the middle of the roadway. Contact was made with the subject who was identified as Wade Rackley. After the initial investigation, it was determined that Mr. Rackley was intoxicated and a danger to himself and others. At that time Mr. Rackley was placed under arrest for Public Intoxication and transported to the Lee County Sheriff’s Office where he was charged and booked-in for public intoxication.

Officer Vivas was dispatched to Charlie’s Bar in reference to a subject locking their keys in the car.. Officer Vivas was able to assist the subjects and the vehicle was unlocked. Officer Vivas cleared the area without incident.

November 25, 2012

Cpt. Wooldridge met with a complainant at the Police Department, who reported being harassed by a known subject. The person responsible for the harassment was contacted and advised to end all contact with the complainant at the complainant’s request. The complainant stated at this time they did not want to pursue criminal charges, but if the contact continued, charges would be filed.

Cpt. Wooldridge conducted a motorist assist in the 8200 Blk of Hwy 77 N. The subject’s vehicle had overheated and advised they would wait until the vehicle cooled off before driving it to the CEFCO Store in the City of Lexington. Cpt. Wooldridge then cleared the area without incident.

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