2013-01-10 / Police

Lexington Police Report

by Chief Clarence Yarbrough

December 31, 2012

Officer Nurse and Officer Sandoval were dispatched to a disturbance in the 1200 blk of Hale St. After a thorough investigation, it was determined no physical assault had taken place. One party involved left the scene to prevent any further disturbance at this location.

Officer Sandoval was dispatched to a loose Pit-bull dog call on Hilliard St. Owner was notified that the dog was loose. The owner came and took custody of the dog, re-securing it on his property.

Officer Nurse and Officer Sandoval received a call about subjects popping fireworks within the city limits. Officers canvassed the city, but were unable to locate anyone firing fireworks.

January 1, 2013

Officer Nurse was dispatched to Ave C in reference to subjects popping fireworks. Officer Nurse checked the area, but was unable to locate anyone popping fireworks.

Officer Nurse assisted Lee County Deputies on a welfare concern call on 696 East. Upon arrival of the Lee County Deputies, Officer Nurse released the scene to the deputy.

Officer Nurse was dispatched to Peterson’s Grocery Store on a burglar alarm call. Officer Nurse checked all doors and windows and did not observe any forced entry. During the field investigation conducted by Officer Nurse, the alarm was determined to be a false alarm. Officer Nurse then cleared the area and resumed his patrol duties.

Officer Nurse met with a walk-in to the Police Department who wanted to file a report of Telephone Harassment. A report was taken and is under investigation.

January 2, 2013

Chief Yarbrough, and Cpt. Wooldridge conducted a funeral escort for Mrs. Sharon Heller. On behalf of the Lexington Police Department, we would like to extend our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Mrs. Heller. Our prayers go out to all who knew and loved Mrs. Heller.

Officer Nurse assisted a DPS Trooper on a vehicle accident on 696 West, where a subject struck a deer. There were no injuries and minimal damage to the vehicle.

January 3, 2013

Chief Yarbrough and Officer Vivas were dispatched to a verbal disturbance in the 600 blk of Main St. After meeting with the subjects and investigating the situation, it was found that the disturbance was verbal only and all parties involved were calm with no foreseeable disturbances taking place during the shift.

Officer Vivas and Chief Yarbrough assisted DPS in locating a subject and contact information in the 900 block of 7th St. The subject had been involved in a vehicle accident where the vehicle the subject was operating was located off the road in a pasture after driving through a fence.

Officer Vivas received a call from the CEFCO in reference to a suspicious vehicle on the property. Officer Vivas drove to the CEFCO Store and checked the property, but was unable to locate the suspicious vehicle. The vehicle in question had left the property prior to Officer Vivas’ arrival.

Officer Vivas was dispatched to the Round Top Bank in reference to a silent alarm call. Officer Vivas checked all exterior windows and doors finding them secure. Officer Vivas then cleared the area due to the bank being secure and resumed his patrol duties.

January 5, 2013

Officer Vivas was dispatched to Hwy 77 in regards to a reckless driver. Officer Vivas checked the area, but was unable to locate the vehicle in question. After a thorough search of the area for the vehicle, Officer Vivas cleared the area and resumed his patrol duties.

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