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2013-05-23 / Police

Sheriff’s Report

by Lee County Sheriff Rodney Meyer

May 13, 2013

Deputy Rudolph was dispatched to FM 3403 to get cows off the roadway in Lincoln. They were run into a pasture near CR 442.

A complainant reported to the Sheriff’s Office that someone stole some property from him. Deputy Rudolph met with the complainant and a report was made.

A caller reported that there were two white males driving a red truck and they were in front of H&H Storage hitting a lock on one of the units. Deputy Crockett, Deputy Rudolph and Deputy Burns responded to the call. It was the owner of the unit.

Deputy Crockett and Deputy Burns were dispatched to CR 309 after a caller reported that someone cut the head off one of her goats. A report was taken and investigation continues at this time.

May 14, 2013

Deputy Carvin was notified that several cows were out on CR 127 north of CR 119 in Ledbetter.

A complainant advised that her ex-boyfriend was supposed to return her vehicle, but has failed to do so. Deputy Burns took a report.

A motorist reported two horses running loose on CR 226 approx 3 miles off Hwy 290. Deputy Crockett and Deputy Burns got the horses off the roadway.

A caller reported that her father tried to attack her with a shovel. She was able to run to her aunt’s house and was scared and requested an ambulance because she was having a panic attack. Deputy Liles, Deputy Burns, Deputy Crockett, Deputy Ledenbach and Deputy Grover all responded to the call on CR 441 in Dime Box. The complainant was given a courtesy ride to a friend’s house and did not want to pursue charges. A report was taken.

A male subject brought in a wallet that he found on Hwy 290 in Giddings. Chief Deputy Lapham made contact with the owner and he came to the Sheriff’s Office and picked it up.

May 15, 2013

Deputy Liles was dispatched to a residence on CR 114 to do a welfare check on a man that had not made contact with any family members in a few days and was not answering his cell phone. His truck was not at his residence, but his dogs had fresh food and water. The complainant was given the information.

A complainant reported that a black car was blocking the gate entrance on Hwy 77 South. Deputy Ray located the vehicle and went to the owner’s house in the city. They advised they would move it; it had mechanical problems.

Chief Deputy Lapham and Deputy Crockett were dispatched to South Forty RV Park in reference to an intoxicated resident.

A caller reported that his neighbor was destroying his property and cut his telephone and water lines. Deputy Carvin and Deputy Ledenbach met with the complainant and advised him he needed to speak to a judge because it was a property line issue.

Deputy Allen, Deputy Ayres and Deputy Ledenbach responded to a burglary of a residence on Jackson St. in Lexington. A report was taken and investigation continues at this time.

May 16, 2013

A resident reported that she could see truck lights in the pasture behind her house. Deputy Carvin spoke to the owner of Color Star Growers and they believed it was probably a worker’s vehicle.

Deputy Ray and Deputy Burns searched for a red Dodge Neon that was reported stopped at a gate on CR 326. The vehicle was located and the owner was having vehicle problems.

A complainant who is employed by Yellow Cab services out of Austin reported that he gave a female a ride from Austin to Giddings and she told him she did not have any money. Deputy Ayres met with both parties on CR 213. The cab driver agreed to take a check.

May 17, 2013

Deputy Allen assisted with traffic control at the scene of a one vehicle rollover on Hwy 21 approx 2 miles west of Walch Store.

A complainant reported that someone was dumping hundreds of tires on his mother’s property. Chief Deputy Lapham spoke to the complainant and is in the process of locating the male subject who is dumping the tires.

Deputy Rudolph assisted with a civil stand-by on CR 233 while a male subject got his belongings from the residence he used to live at.

Deputy Liles, Deputy Rudolph and Deputy Grover assisted with a funeral escort from Giddings to St. Peter’s Cemetery.

Adult Protective Services received a report that a male subject was being abused by his wife on PR 6015. Deputy Liles and Deputy Groves followed the APS, but no one was at the residence.

Deputy Ledenbach met with and assisted the Cattle Ranger in recovering some stolen cattle.

May 18, 2013

A motorist reported that a vehicle was on the side of the road on Hwy 77 near Tanglewood. Deputy Ledenbach was dispatched and located the vehicle. The driver advised he had run out of gas and someone was on the way with some.

Deputy Rudolph and Deputy Grover responded to an ambulance call on FM 1624. Aman fell 20 feet off a ladder onto concrete. A helicopter was called to the scene and transported the man.

A motorist reported several cows out on CR 130. Deputy Liles and Deputy Grover located them and ran them off the roadway into a pasture.

May 19, 2013

A complainant reported that her boyfriend vandalized her car and then drove off in it. Deputy Rudolph responded to the call on PR 8009. The vehicle was located on the property.

Deputy Liles spoke to a man who reported that he was missing a horse. He knews where the horse was and said it looked to be in bad shape. Deputy Liles will check on the horse but advised this has been an on-going situation for several years.

A complainant reported that she was assaulted while driving around. Deputy Rudolph took a report.

A caller reported that her mail box was stolen from her residence on CR 329 in Lexington. Deputy Rudolph took a report.

Jail Count:

05/19/2013: 53
Males: 47 Females: 6

Wishing everyone a Safe Memorial Day Weekend.

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