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2012-12-06 / Police

Lexington Police Report

by Chief Clarence Yarbrough

November 25, 2012

Officer Vivas responded to the Lexington Police Department to meet a complainant and take a walk-in report. The complainant reported a suspicious vehicle on the 800 block of Hale St. Officer Vivas checked the area, but was unable to locate the vehicle.

November 26, 2012

Cpt. Wooldridge responded to a call regarding a dog bite on Cherry Dr. Contact was made with the victim and Cpt. Wooldridge observed the injuries sustained from the dog. The victim sought medical attention for the injuries. The dog was quarantined at the animal shelter in Giddings, and the owner was issued two citations for dog-at-large and no rabies vaccination.

Cpt Wooldridge responded to a Burglary of a Vehicle call in the 400 block of Dickson St. Contact was made with the victim and Cpt. Wooldridge was advised the victim’s wallet was stolen. A report was taken and an investigation is underway at this time.

November 27, 2012

Cpt Wooldridge arrested a juvenile at the Lexington High School for 2-counts of indecency with a child. The juvenile was magistrated and transported to the Rockdale Juvenile Detention Facility.

Officer Nurse responded to the 9100 block of HWY 77 for a suspicious noise coming from a backyard. The officer checked the area, but was unable to locate any suspicious noise or activity.

Officer Nurse assisted E.M.S at a residence in the 9000 block of HWY 77 for a female subject who had fallen. The subject was treated and released at the scene by E.M.S.

Officer Nurse assisted the Lee County Sheriff’s Office with a disturbance and attempted suicide call in the 1100 block of CR 405. A female subject attempted to overdose on pills. E.M.S. treated the subject and transported her to La Grange for further medical treatment and evaluation.

November 28, 2012

Officer Vivas responded to a suspicious person in the 700 block of Hale St., in which a witnesses observed a subject walking down the street acting weird. The officer located the subject at 5th and Hale St. where the subject stated he was hearing the noise of a frying cook machine and he was trying to locate the machine. The subject stated he couldn’t find the source of the noise, so he was going back home. Officer Vivas released the subject at the scene and resumed his patrol duties.

November 30, 2012

Officer Vivas responded to a call in which a subject stated he was being harassed by his current girlfriend’s ex-boyfriend. Officer Vivas gathered the necessary information from the complainant and forwarded the obtained information to investigations.

Officer Vivas was dispatched to FM 1624 to remove a dead deer from the roadway. Officer Vivas located the deer and safely removed it from obstructing the roadway.

Officer Vivas assisted a stranded motorist at the CEFCO Store in Lexington. The motorist advised Officer Vivas of the problems they were having with their vehicle, and Officer Vivas assisted them with getting it started. The motorist then left the CEFCO Store and continued with his travels.

Officer Vivas assisted the Lee County Sheriff’s Office with a Theft of Motor Vehicle repor,t which occurred on FM 3403. Officer Vivas gathered the necessary information for the responding Lee County Deputy. Officer Vivas then released the gathered information to the Lee County Deputy for further investigation.

On behalf of the Lexington Police Deparment, we would like to thank the Coaching Staff and Lexington High School Football team for representing the City of Lexington during the play-offs. You young men carried yourselves in a professional manner and have shown that the people in this community are hard working people. We are proud of how hard you young men have studied and how hard you fought on the football field. You have shown the younger generation what hard work can and will produce. Consider yourselves role models and take a bow for a job well done. Even though your season is over, we consider each of you CHAMPIONS. Thanks for all you have done for the Football Program at Lexington High School. Respectfully Submitted, Chief Clarence D. Yarbrough & The Lexington Police Officers.

Please visit the Lexington Police Department Website @ http://www.lexingtonpdtx.org/

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