2013-04-04 / Police

Lexington Police Report

by Chief Clarence Yarbrough

March 24, 2013

Officer Vivas was dispatched to assist the Lee County Sheriff’s Department on a burglary call that occurred in the 1000 Blk of FM 1624. Officer Vivas checked the surrounding area, but didn’t locate any suspicious subject near the residence. Officer then met with the Deputy at the location, who took a report.

Officer Vivas was dispatched to the 1000 Blk of Main St in reference to a theft call. Upon arrival, contact was made with the complainant who advised there was a safe taken from their residence. After further investigation, it was determined there was no theft which occurred. The other owner of the safe had it in his possession.

Officer Vivas was dispatched to a welfare concern in the 8000 Blk of N. Hwy 77, in which a subject reported he hadn’t heard from the female subject that resides at that residence in a while. After an investigation, it was found the subject was in the hospital in Bryan, TX.

March 25, 2013

Officer Vivas met with a subject at the Lexington Police Department who wanted to thank the officers for doing a good job and thank Officer Sandoval for taking care of a situation he was having with a subject.

March 26, 2013

Officer Nurse was dispatched to assist Chief Mohr on two suspicious subjects in a vehicle which was driving around at the elementary school. Officer Nurse met with Chief Mohr in the 8000 Blk of N. Hwy 77 where the vehicle was finally located. After an investigation, it was found the subjects worked for a roofing company and were looking at the hail damage to the school building. The subjects were released.

Officer Nurse was dispatched to the Dollar General Store in reference to a two vehicle accident. Both involved parties were given blue forms due to minimal damages to their vehicles.

March 27, 2013

Officer Sandoval was dispatched to the 1200 Blk of N. Rockdale St. for a medical assist. Upon arrival, Officer Sandoval made contact with a male subject who was having severe medical problems. Officer Sandoval assisted EMS and Life Flight with clearing a safe landing area for the helicopter. Once the helicopter was in the area and landed, the patient was loaded and transported to Scott and White Hospital in Temple, TX. for further medical treatment.

March 28, 2013

Officer Sandoval, while on patrol, stopped a vehicle in the 8400 Blk of Hwy 77. Contact was made with the driver of the vehicle who was identified as being a juvenile. After an investigation was conducted, the juvenile was issued a citation for Driving Under the Influence. The female passenger subject was contacted and it was revealed that she was also intoxicated, as well as being a juvenile. She was also issued a citation for Public Intoxication. Both subjects’ parents were contacted and requested at the scene. Upon arrival of the parents, the two juvenile subjects were released into their parents’ custody.

March 29, 2013

Officer Nurse responded to the 1000 Blk of N. Rockdale in reference an assist EMS call. The female subject was suffering from pre-existing medical ailments. The subject was then transported to St. Joseph’s Hospital in Caldwell TX. for further treatment.

March 30, 2013

Officer Vivas was dispatched to a medical alert call in the 800 Blk of Hale St. Upon arrival to the residence, Officer Vivas attempted to make contact with the occupants inside the residence. After several attempts of knocking and banging on the door, Officer Vivas heard moaning and someone yelling help from inside the residence. Due to exigent circumstances, the medical nature of the call, and the preservation of health and life, Officer Vivas made a forced entry into the residence. Once Officer Vivas was inside the residence, he found an elderly female bleeding profusely from the nose and mouth area. Upon EMS arrival at the residence, they began administering first aid to the female subject. She was transported by ambulance to the Rockdale Hospital for further treatment.

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