2013-02-07 / Police

Sheriff’s Report

by Lee County Sheriff Rodney Meyer

January 28, 2013

A caller reported some cattle on the road on CR 133 about a mile off of Hwy 290. Deputy Ray was able to remove the cattle from the roadway.

Deputy Ray checked out an alarm going off on Hwy 290 east; all the doors were secured and there was no sign of entry.

A report of harassment was reported on PR 8003. Deputy Allen and Deputy Skinner responded to the call. The subject was gone before the deputies arrived.

A caller reported a construction road barrel in a lane of traffic at Hwy 77 and Hwy 21; Deputy Ayers went to remove the barrel. Upon arrival, someone had already removed the road hazard.

A caller reported a domestic disturbance on PR 7707. Deputy Rudolph responded.

The Dime Box school called in a suspicious vehicle parked by the school for a couple of days and wanted someone to check it out. Deputy Liles responded.

January 29, 2013

Deputy Ayers checked on a house alarm on CR 226. The door was open and the house was checked. No one was found in or around the house.

Caller reported a lot of water at the intersection of Hwy 77 and Hwy 21. Deputy Allen responded to the area and learned that Lincoln water was flushing the system.

January 30, 2013

A disturbance was reported on CR 410 and Deputy Skinner responded. All was ok and settled.

Deputy Allen assisted Adult Protective Services to check on a resident on CR E.

January 31, 2013

Deputy Ledenbach was unable to locate a suspicious vehicle reported on FM 2440.

Caller reported that somebody cashed a check made out to him. Deputy Carvin responded to the call.

Several callers reported a man in a blue sweatshirt and blue jeans walking down the roadway on Hwy. 77 near FM 1624. Deputy Ledenbach went to check, but was unable to locate the man.

Deputy Ledenbach issued a Criminal Trespass warning on an individual after a report of a suspicious person on PR 3141 was received.

Deputy Crockett removed some debris from the roadway on Hwy 290 near Hills.

February 1, 2013

A caller stated that she hit a deer on FM 696 west; Deputy Ray responded and issued a blue form.

One person was taken into custody after a disturbance was called in at Krazy K’s on FM 141. Deputy Allen and Deputy Ayers responded and a report was taken.

Deputy Allen completed a motorist assist on Hwy 21; the subject already had help on the way.

A caller reported that an oilfield tanker truck lost its luggage on Hwy 77 in the Lexington area. Deputy Allen and Trooper Manner tried to catch up to notify the driver, but were unable to catch him. The caller brought the luggage to the Sheriff’s Office.

Deputy Allen completed a motorist assist on Hwy 290.

A suspicious vehicle was reported at Walch Store on Hwy. 21 in Lincoln. Deputy Skinner and Deputy Rudolph responded. The vehicle took off at a high rate of speed and Bastrop County was notified.

Deputy Skinner and Deputy Rudolph responded to a trespassing call on CR 117. Upon arrival, the officers learned that the trespasser had left the area.

Deputy Liles, Deputy Skinner and Deputy Rudolph all responded to a domestic disturbance reported on Deer Valley Drive. Subjects were separated for the night.

February 2, 2013

Fayette County requested a welfare check on FM 180. Deputy Ayers checked on the subject and all was ok.

A disturbance was called in on PR 3063; Deputy Allen and Deputy Ayers responded. Subject was allowed to get her belongings and she moved out.

Caller stated that there was a vehicle parked near some construction equipment with both doors open and he didn’t see anybody around. Deputy Ayers checked the area on FM 141 and all was ok.

A reckless driver was reported on Hwy 290 west, headed east bound. All units were notified and the call was transferred to Giddings Police Department.

A caller reported that his friend was driving around his property on a motorcycle and ran into a fence. Deputy Allen, Deputy Ayers, and Deputy Skinner, along with B&M Ambulance and Giddings Fire Department, responded. One subject was taken by Starflight to Austin.

A motorist reported some cattle out on CR 405. Deputy Liles was unable to locate.

A caller reported that a Hispanic male came up to her door and asked if he could stay at her house for the night. Deputy Skinner and Deputy Rudolph responded to the call, but the subject had already left the area upon arrival.

Deputy Liles was unable to locate a horse that was reported out on CR 127.

February 3, 2013

Deputy Rudolph assisted Trooper Harris with a car accident on CR 309.

Deputy Rudolph assisted Officer Vivas with a disturbance on Main St. in Lexington.

Some cattle were reported on the road, but upon arrival, Deputy Allen was unable to locate any on the road.

Deputy Ayers was able to run goats back into a fence that were out on Hwy 21 near CR 440.

Deputy Allen removed some cattle from the road on CR 405 near CR 407.

Jail Report

Jail Count as of 02-03-13: 46

Males: 39; Females: 7

The Lee County Jail had 1288 inmate jail days in population and 46 inmate jail days in holding, and the Lee County Dispatchers received 294 calls for service for the month of January.


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