Lexington Police Report
Chief Yarbrough assisted the Lee County Sheriff’s Office after being dispatched to respond to a disturbance in the 1000 Blk of CR 405. Upon arrival, contact was made with the complainant who advised there was no physical contact made between the two involved in the disturbance and it was verbal only. The complainant advised that the disturbance was a minor disturbance and everything was OK. Chief Yarbrough secured the scene until the arrival of Lee County Sheriff’s Office. DPS arrived and then Deputy Ray, along with Chief Deputy Lapham. The scene was then released to Lee County Sheriff’s Office where no further action was taken based on the information provided by the complainant. Lee County Sheriff’s Deputies, DPS and Chief Yarbrough cleared the scene without incident.
Chief Yarbrough and Cpt. Wooldridge responded to the 700 Blk of 6th St. on a Disturbance Call. Upon arrival, contact was made with the complainant who advised officers they would like to request a criminal trespass warning to be issued to the subject who arrived at their residence. A criminal trespass warning was issued and the subject creating the disturbance was escorted from that location. Officers cleared the area without incident.
Officer Sandoval was dispatched to the 100 Blk of Ave A on a disturbance. Upon arrival, contact was made with the complainant who advised that they wish to have a criminal trespass warning issued to the subject involved in the disturbance. The subject was issued a criminal trespass warning and escorted from the location. Officer Sandoval cleared the area without incident.
April 25, 2013
Officer Sandoval, while on patrol, located a female subject who had run away. Officer Sandoval spoke to the subject found out what the problem was, then located her parents, spoke to them, then took the female subject back home.
April 26, 2013
Officer Sandoval was dispatched to assist the Lee County Sheriff’s Department on a disturbance call in the 1100 Blk of CR E. in which a female was screaming “Help”. Upon arrival, Officer Sandoval made contact with a witness and gathered more information. Deputy Ledenbach arrived and both officers went to the address and spoke with the female. After an investigation, it was found that it was a verbal disturbance only. Both parties were released and officers left the scene.
Officer Sandoval was dispatched to the 800 Blk of Rockdale St. in reference to barking dogs. The owner was located and verbally warned about the dogs barking. The owner took the dogs inside, which resolved the continuous barking. Officer Sandoval cleared the area and resumed his patrol duties.
April 27, 2013
Officer Vivas was dispatched to a suspicious male urinating at the corner of 3rd and Main St. Officer Vivas located a male subject who denied urinating in public. After canvassing the area where the incident allegedly occurred, there were no signs of the incident taking place. The subject was identified and warned should this complaint occur again, action will be taken. The subject was released at the scene and Officer Vivas resumed his patrol duties.
Officer Nurse made contact with a subject who stated his son’s 4- wheeler was stolen from his residence. After speaking with the complainant, he advised he did not wish to make a report at this time. Officer Nurse then cleared the area and resumed his patrol duties.