2013-04-11 / Police

Lexington Police Report

by Chief Clarence Yarbrough

April 3, 2013

Officer Sandoval spoke to a subject in reference to an unknown subject dumping trash in the area of Belton and 4th Sts. The officer advised that the City would be notified to see if it could get cleaned up.

Officer Sandoval was dispatched to the area of Hillard St. where a complainant called to report she saw juveniles looking through windows of houses on that street. Officer Sandoval checked the area, but was unable to locate any juveniles or suspicious subjects.

April 4, 2013

Officer Nurse issued two subjects Criminal Trespass Warnings for a residence in the 200 block of Ave. G..

April 5, 2013

Officer Sandoval was dispatched to the 500 block of Ave. E in reference to a skunk in a yard that sprayed the complainant’s dog. Officer Sandoval arrived, but was unable to locate the animal.

Officer Sandoval was dispatched to assist the Lee County Sheriff’s Department on a call approximately 3 miles west of the city, on FM 112, in reference to a safety concern for a young male subject walking down the road towards Lexington, and it was very dark. Officer Sandoval arrived on scene and located the 17 year old subject who had been in an argument with his parents and left, walking towards Lexington. After an investigatio,n the subject was eventually released back into his parents’ care.

Cpt. Wooldridge was dispatched to the 200 block of Ave. G in reference to a possible theft of a car battery. The subject that called was not the owner of the vehicle. The subject was advised the owner of the vehicle had to file the complaint and for her to call the Lexington Police Department if she decided to file charges.

Cpt. Wooldridge was dispatched to the area of FM 3403 in reference to a possible intoxicated driver who had pulled over in that area. Cpt. Wooldridge checked the area, but the vehicle had left before officer arrived.

April 6, 2013

Officer Sandoval was dispatched to the 9000 block of Hwy 77 N, in reference to a disturbance call. Upon arrival Officer Sandoval spoke with the complainant who said the disturbance started because he was playing his music outside and a neighbor believed it was too loud and started beating on the complainant’s garage door with a hammer, telling him to turn the music down, which he did. The complainant was upset because, after he turned the music down, the neighbor got in his car and started driving off, but then threatened to shoot the complainant’s dogs if they got out. Contact could not be made with the neighbor. The case is under investigation.

Officer Sandoval was dispatched to the 900 block of Rockdale St in reference to a large white dog in the complainant’s yard dragging a leash. Officer Sandoval knew who owned the dog, and drove to inform the owner, who stated that she had just returned from work and found the dog missing. The owner was given a ride to the dog, which was reunited with its owner.

Officer Sandoval was dispatched to the 100 block of Simpson St. in reference to a dog in the complainant’s yard. The complainant stated the dog wasn’t aggressive, but it was walking around in her yard. The complainant was advised that animal control would be contacted the next day to see if the dog could be picked up, if it was still at this location.

April 7, 2013

Cpt. Wooldridge spoke with a subject by phone who wanted to report telephone harassment by an ex-boyfriend. The ex-boyfriend was contacted and informed that a warrant could be issued for his arrest if he continued, He said he would stop calling.

LPD is requesting help from the community to help find the owner of a black lab found on Simpson Street on April 6.

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