2013-01-31 / Police

Lexington Police Report

by Chief Clarence Yarbrough

January 20, 2013

Officer Sandoval made contact with two vehicles in the City Park. Subjects were looking for their son who had left home after getting into an argument. The son was located and returned home.

Officer Sandoval met with a subject at the Lexington Food Mart who required information relating to a relative being assaulted in another town and what their options were. Officer Sandoval gave the subject information on having the Police from the town where the assault occurred conduct a welfare check on the possible victim.

January 21, 2013

Cpt. Wooldridge stopped a vehicle in the 600 blk of Rockdale St. for speeding. After contact was made with the driver who was identified as Ruth Flores, and a check was conducted, it was found her driver’s license was suspended. Flores was placed under arrest for Driving While License Suspended.

January 22, 2013

Officer Nurse met with an employee of the Solid Rock Daycare in reference to dogs chasing kids after school. Officer Nurse checked the area, but was unable to locate any loose dogs.

January 23, 2013

Cpt Wooldridge was advised of a suspicious subject outside the Prosperity Bank. Contact was made with the subject, George Johnson. After a field investigation was conducted and checks made on Mr. Johnson, it was found that he had an outstanding arrest warrant for a Parole Violation Warrant out of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice for Burglary of a Habitation. Johnson was placed under arrest and transported to the Lee County Jail.

January 24, 2013

Cpt. Wooldridge met with a complainant at the Police department who reported Criminal Mischief to his vehicle while it was parked at his jobsite by a possibly known suspect. The investigation is ongoing.

Officer Sandoval was dispatched to the 300 Blk of Hester St. Officer Sandoval was advised of a wanted subject who was identified as Candice Iselt possibly at the residence. He was also advised the outstanding warrant was a Probation Warrant for Forgery by Passing. Officer Sandoval located Iselt and placed her under arrest and transported her to the Lee County Jail.

Officer Sandoval, while enroute back to Lexington from the Lee County Sheriff’s Department on Hwy 77, observed a female attempting to hitchhike. Officer Sandoval stopped and made contact with the subject who was drinking a beer. After an investigation, it was found the female subject was a 15 year old runaway from Giddings. Officer Sandoval then contacted Giddings Police Department who arrived on scene and took custody of the runaway juvenile.

January 25, 2013

Officer Vivas was dispatched to FM 1624 to remove a dead deer from the roadway. Upon arrival, Officer Vivas safely removed the carcass from the roadway and resumed his patrol duties.

Officer Vivas was dispatched to the 700 blk of Giddings St. in reference to a noise complaint of teenagers riding motorcycles well into the night, interfering with the complainant’s sleep. Officer Vivas made contact with the teenagers who stated they would ride only in the day time. Officer Vivas cleared the area without incident and continued his patrol duties.

Chief Yarbrough was dispatched to the 600 Blk of Douglas St in reference to a disturbance in progress call. Upon arrival, Chief Yarbrough observed a female crying and standing along the roadway of Douglas St. After an investigation, it was found the female had been assaulted by her boyfriend, James McCrady. Chief Yarbrough made contact with McCrady at his residence and, after an interview, placed McCrady under arrest for Assault with Injury Family Violence. Chief Yarbrough transported McCrady to the Lee County Jail for booking.

January 26, 2013

Officer Vivas assisted the Lee County Sheriff’s Department on a Family Disturbance call. All parties were separated.

Officer Vivas assisted a subject in locating his daughter in the 800 Blk of Terrace St.

Officer Sandoval, along with assistance from the Lee County Sheriff’s Department, conducted traffic control on Hwy 77 so the varmint hunting participants could exit the City Park without incident. All participants were able to begin the Varmint Hunt safely. Officer Sandoval cleared the area and resumed his patrol duties.

Officer Sandoval was contacted by a complainant who reported a blue station wagon driving reckless on Loop 123. Officer Sandoval looked for the vehicle but was unable to locate a vehicle that fit the description.

Officer Sandoval was patrolling the 600 blk of N. Rockdale when he observed a subject walking too close to the roadway. Officer Sandoval advised the subject he needed to walk closer to the curb area so that he would not be in the roadway. The subject complied.

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