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2013-01-03 / Police

Lexington Police Report

by Chief Clarence Yarbrough

December 18, 2012

Officer Vivas was dispatched to the 400 Blk of Cherry St. in reference to a verbal disturbance. Upon arrival, Officer Vivas spoke with the mother who stated her juvenile son was yelling at her and didn’t want to listen to her. Officer Vivas spoke with the child who calmed down and the situation was defused.

December 20, 2012

Officer Nurse with Chief Yarbrough checked on a vacant residence in the 800 Blk of Burns St. After a check was made of the residence, a repaired window was found to have been blown out by the high winds. There were no signs of any criminal activity.

Officer Nurse was dispatched to the Fresh Donut shop in reference to a burglar alarm. Officer Nurse checked all doors and windows and found no evidence of any attempted forced entry.

Officer Nurse was dispatched to the Woodson Lumber store in reference to a burglary alarm call. Upon arrival Officer Nurse located a door that was unsecured. Officer Nurse checked the inside of the store and it was found to be all clear. Contact was made with an employee who came out and secured the building.

December 21, 2012

Officer Nurse was dispatched to the 700 Blk of 5th St. in reference to a civil standby. Officer Nurse stood by ensuring there were no problems.

December 22, 2012

Officer Vivas was dispatched to assist a Lee County Deputy with a disturbance call out in the county. Officer Vivas responded and assisted Lee County Deputies with resolving the issue. Upon the disturbance being resolved, Officer Vivas returned to the City of Lexington and resumed his patrol duties.

December 23, 2012

Officer Vivas, while on patrol, heard a gunshot come from the CEFCO Store. Upon arrival, Officer Vivas observed one of the large front windows was shattered. The vehicle which was parked in front of the window was attempting to leave. Officer Vivas stopped the vehicle, and after an investigation, it was determined there was an accidental discharge from the vehicle which resulted in the window being shattered by ricocheting shotgun pellets off the pavement. Officer Vivas, while conducting an investigation into the accidental discharge of a firearm, conducted a check on all the subjects in the vehicle. A check showed that Joshua Schneider had a warrant out of Williamson County for Probation Violation. Mr. Schneider was then placed under arrest and transported to the Lee County Jail.

December 24, 2012

Officer Sandoval met with a subject who stated he found a bag filled with clothes and personal items on the Hwy 77 south of the city limits. The bag was taken to the Lexington Police Department where it was checked for identification. No identification was found in the bag and the bag was tagged and placed into evidence.

Officer Sandoval was dispatched to Hwy 77 South in reference to a reckless driver entering the city. Upon arrival, Officer Sandoval checked the area, but was unable to locate the vehicle.

Officer Sandoval was flagged down at the corner of 3rd St. and Rockdale in reference to a subject who wanted to make a harassment report against an ex-boyfriend. Officer Sandoval contacted the suspect and spoke with him and he stated he would not contact the subject again. A report was taken of the incident.

December 25, 2012

Officer Sandoval was Dispatched to the 700 Blk of Burns St. in reference to a possible burglary of a residence in progress. Deputy York from the Lee County Sheriff’s Office also arrived. After a search of the residence, it was found that a window was open and a dark colored sheet was blowing through the opened window which appeared to resemble a person entering the house. Periodic checks were conducted in the residence.

Officer Nurse was dispatched to the CEFCO Store in reference to a suspicious odor. After an investigation was conducted, the odor was undetermined and nothing was located.

Officer Nurse was dispatched to CR 326 in reference to loose livestock. The livestock was moved off the roadway and Officer Nurse resumed his patrol duties.

December 26, 2012

Officer Nurse was dispatched to the 800 block of Caldwell St. in reference to a verbal disturbance. Upon arrival, an under aged subject was found to be intoxicated at his residence. The minor was released to his parent, who was there at the scene.

Officer Nurse was dispatched to a possible suicidal subject in the 300 block of Ave. E. It was later discovered the address provided was not in the City of Lexington, but in another city. Officer Nurse then resumed his patrol duties.

December 27, 2012

Cpt. Wooldridge was dispatched to the 700 Blk of 5th St. in reference to a civil standby. Cpt. Wooldridge stood by with no problems occurring.

December 28, 2012

Officer Nurse and Cpt. Wooldridge were dispatched to a physical disturbance in progress in the 200 blk of Hale St. After an investigation was conducted, it was found to be a verbal disturbance only.

Officer Nurse was dispatched back to the 200 blk of Hale St. in reference to a disturbance call. One party to the disturbance was instructed to leave the residence so no further problems would continue.

Officer Nurse made contact with a subject at the car wash on FM 1624. Due to the cold weather Officer Nurse gave the subject a ride to their residence.

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