2013-02-21 / Police

Lexington Police Report

by Chief Clarence Yarbrough

February 11, 2013

Officer Vivas assisted Lee County Sheriff’s Office in an attempt to locate a white 18 wheeler that struck a pedestrian on Hwy 77. Officers were unable to locate the vehicle in question and an investigation is being conducted by DPS.

February 13, 2013

Officer Sandoval was dispatched to the 100 block of Gary St. in reference to a 911 hang-up. Officer Sandoval made contact with residents and found all to be ok. The parent stated she believes her child was playing with the phone.

Officer Sandoval made contact with two children playing outside in the dark on Hale St. Officer Sandoval spoke with the kids who stated they had their parents’ permission to play outside until 11pm because they were moving out of the house. Officer Sandoval advised the subjects to be careful.

February 14, 2013

Officer Nurse, along with Cpt. Wooldridge, drove to the Giddings High School where a juvenile was arrested for their part in an ongoing theft investigation, which occurred at Peterson’s. The juvenile was taken before a magistrate and charged for the theft. The juvenile was later transferred to a juvenile detention facility.

Officer Sandoval made contact with a subject at the CEFCO who was occupying a vehicle that fit the description of a vehicle that intentionally struck a family’s dog. The subject was positively identified and the information was passed on to the investigator.

February 15, 2013

Officer Sandoval assisted EMS on a call in the 1000 block of Harry Dr. for a subject having a seizure. The subject was treated and released at the scene by EMS. The subject was stabilized and no transport to the hospital was necessary.

February 16, 2013

Chief Yarbrough and Officer Nurse located and conducted a traffic stop on a reckless driver on Hwy 77. The driver was advised against driving recklessly, checked through dispatch and cleared before being released at the scene.

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