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2013-06-06 / Police

Lexington Police Report

by Chief Clarence Yarbrough

May 25, 2013

Cpl. Nurse and Officer Jones responded to the CEFCO Store for a gas drive-off report. Upon arrival, the vehicle had departed the area. The vehicle’s information was obtained and a report was taken to be forwarded for further investigations.

Cpl. Nurse and Officer Jones responded to a civil standby request in the 1200 Blk of Giddings St. The standby was to ensure property could safely be obtained without any acts of violence. The property was gathered by the owner, and all parties departed the area without incident.

Cpl. Nurse and Officer Jones made contact with a juvenile walking in the rain with no shoes or socks. After speaking with the juvenile, it was determined he was en route to a friend’s residence approximately 12 miles away. The juvenile was then taken back to his residence in the 800 Blk of Caldwell St. and released safely back into the custody of his guardian.

May 26, 2013

Officer Sandoval was dispatched to the 100 Blk of 5th St on a lift assist. Upon arrival, contact was made with the subject who had fallen and could not get up on their own. The Lexington EMS also arrived at the scene to ensure no injuries were sustained. No injuries were reported and Officer Sandoval and the EMS personnel assisted the fallen subject. The EMS and Officer Sandoval cleared the area without any further incident.

May 27, 2013

Officer Vivas was dispatched to 800 Blk of Rockdale St. on a barking dog call. Upon arrival, contact was made with the owner of the barking dogs. A citation was issued to the owner due to the numerous complaints received regarding the dogs.

Officer Vivas was dispatched to S Hwy 77 N on a loose goat call. Officer Vivas canvassed the area and was unable to locate any loose goats. Officer Vivas then cleared the area resuming his patrol duties.

Officer Vivas responded to the 1100 Blk of Caldwell St on a loose chicken call. Upon arrival, contact was made with the owner of the chickens and advised them to secure them. The owner stated he would comply and Officer Vivas cleared the area without incident.

May 28, 2013

Officer Sandoval was dispatched to the 1100 Blk of Caldwell St on a harassment complaint. Upon arrival, contact was made with the complainant who advised while they were walking in the area of 7th St. and Rockdale, a vehicle came by them closely and roared the engine. Officer Sandoval took a report and forwarded the report for further investigation.

May 29, 2013

Chief Yarbrough was dispatched to the 1100 Blk of Caldwell St. on a weapons call. Upon arrival, contact was made with the subject who was in possession of the alleged weapon. The weapon was located and it was discovered the weapon was a BB gun. Chief Yarbrough cleared the area without incident.

June 1, 2013

Officer Sandoval was dispatched to Hildebrandt Meat Market on a verbal disturbance. The complainant advised their exroommate came to their job and initiated an argument. The owner requested a CTW to be issued to the ex-roommate to prevent any further incidents at their place of business.

Officer Sandoval assisted Lee County Deputies Ledenbach and Carvin on a possible trespasser call in the 7000 Blk of FM 1624. After a search was conducted, Officer Sandoval and the deputies departed the location due to no signs of entry or damage to the property.

Officer Sandoval was dispatched to a disturbance in the 1100 Blk of FM 112. Upon arrival, contact was made with the complainant and the suspect. The suspect, who was identified as Austin Travis Roberts, was highly intoxicated and became verbally aggressive towards Officer Sandoval. Austin was then arrested for Public Intoxication and transported to the Lee County Jail for booking.

June 2, 2013

Officer Stark was dispatched to a disturbance in progress in the 1200 Blk of Caldwell St. Upon arrival, contact was made with the complainant who advised he was attacked by a subject while driving down the road. The complainant stated the subject came up to his vehicle and reached in, grabbed his arm and shut the vehicle off. The subject advised Officer Stark the complainant was driving up and down the street video recording his family and friends while they were having a BBQ at his residence. The subject advised the recordings were taken from a mounted video surveillance camera in the vehicle. He stated he became upset at the amount of time the complainant spent recording them having a BBQ. He stated he then asked the complainant did he have a problem and to stop the vehicle so they could talk. After the complainant stopped the vehicle, an argument ensued, leading to the contact being made with the complainant and the shutting off of the vehicle. A report was taken and forwarded for further investigation.

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