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2012-12-20 / Police

Lexington Police Report

by Chief Clarence Yarbrough

December 9, 2012

Officer Nurse was dispatched to a burglary alarm at the Donut Shop. All exterior doors and windows were checked there was no sign of attempted forced entry.

Officer Nurse was dispatched to the CEFCO Store on a Motorist assist. Officer Nurse assisted the motorist with the vehicle issues and they continued their travels.

Officer Nurse conducted a courtesy escort from the CEFCO Store to the subject’s residence due to the inclement weather. Both Officer Nurse and the citizen arrived safely to the residence.

December 10, 2012

Officer Vivas was dispatched to Eagle Auto in reference to a Burglar alarm. Upon arrival, Officer Vivas met with owner, James Dodd; all windows and doors were checked and there were no signs of attempted forced entry or suspicious activity. Officer Vivas cleared the business without any incident.

Officer Vivas was again dispatched to Eagle Automotive in reference to a second Burglar Alarm call. Officer Vivas arrived and checked all doors and windows again, finding them all to be secure.

December 11, 2012

Officer Vivas made contact with a suspicious vehicle in the city park occupied by a male and female subject. After a field investigation was conducted, both subjects were advised they could not be in the park after hours. At that time both subjects were asked to leave the park and they did without incident.

Officer Vivas was dispatched to SHWY 77 South in reference to a vehicle stopped with its hazards on. Upon arrival, Officer Vivas assisted the driver with changing a flat tire.

Officer Nurse assisted E.M.S. in the 300 Blk of Holcomb where a subject activated their life alert device. After checking the subject, it was determined to be an accident and the subject was fine.

December 12, 2012

Chief Yarbrough and Officer Sandoval arrested a fugitive subject identified as David Sims in the Round Top State Bank Parking lot on two outstanding warrants out of Lee County. The warrants were for Burglary of a Habitation (F-2) and Terroristic Threat Probation Violation (M-B). Chief Yarbrough observed other subjects riding in the backseat of a vehicle. Subsequent to a consensual search of the vehicle, Marijuana was located inside the vehicle. The subject Aaron Sheppard was arrested at that time for Possession of Marijuana (MB). Both David Sims and Aaron Sheppard were then transported to the Lee County Jail and bookedin.

December 14, 2012

Chief Yarbrough assisted Deputies from Dallas County with vehicle issues. The issue was resolved and the Dallas County Deputies continued their travels back to Dallas TX.

Chief Yarbrough assisted Phillips and Lucky Funeral Home on a funeral escort to the Lexington Cemetery. The funeral services were for Mrs. Pearl Alexander. The escort was completed safely to the cemetery. On behalf of the Lexington Police Department our prayers and sympathy go out to the Alexander Family.

Officer Nurse was dispatched to Hwy 77 in reference to two tractor trailers speeding. Officer Nurse arrived in the area and checked the area, but was unable to locate any tractor trailers traveling at a high rate of speed.

Officer Nurse was dispatched to Hwy 77 in reference to a reckless driver traveling southbound and failing to maintain a single lane of traffic. A description was given by dispatch, enabling Officer Nurse to locate the vehicle. Officer Nurse located the vehicle and conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle. After an investigation was conducted, it was determined the subject was safe to drive and was advised to ensure he adheres to all traffic laws.

December 15, 2012

Cpt. Wooldridge and Officer Sandoval were dispatched to a verbal disturbance at the CEFCO. Upon arrival, contact was made with the subject and it was determined they were upset about a personal issue. The subject was asked to leave the area and the subject complied returning to their residence. Cpt. Wooldridge and Officer Sandoval cleared the area after determining there was no actual disturbance.

Officer Nurse assisted Lee County Deputies on a disturbance call on CR 309. The fight took place at another residence. Officer Nurse assisted Lee County Sheriff’s Office until the Deputies cleared the scene.

Officer Nurse was dispatched to the 700 blk of 5th St. in reference to a verbal disturbance call. A subject went to his prior residence and picked up his children from his estranged wife. The subject left the residence with the children before officer arrived. There were no signs of physical violence, only a verbal disturbance.

Officer Nurse was again dispatched back to the 700 blk of 5th St. in reference to a threat call. Upon arrival, officer met with the complainants, and after a field investigation, it was found no threat was made towards the complainants.

Officer Nurse assisted Lee County Deputies on a suspicious vehicle on CR 405. Officer Nurse and the deputies located two male subjects asleep in the vehicle. They had run out of gas and were waiting for family members to come assist them.

As your Police Chief and on behalf of the Lexington Police Department, I would like to take time to express deepest sympathy for the Massacre in Connecticut. It is definitely a tragic situation and our prayers go out to the families and friends of all the victims who suffer during this tragic loss. As a community, I would ask that each of us would take a few minutes out of our day to say a prayer for the families, by asking God to strengthen them as they make preparation for funeral services. I would like to say thanks for any prayers and support that can be given to those families. God Bless Them All!

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