2013-06-20 / Police

Sheriff’s Report

by Lee County Sheriff Rodney Meyer

June 10, 2013

Deputy Liles and Deputy Rudolph met with a complainant on FM 141 in Dime Box. The caller reported that some people were on his property. Two criminal trespass warnings were issued.

A caller reported that a Charlais Bull had been on his property for the last ten days. He has attempted to locate the owner, but has been unsuccessful. Deputy Crockett made arrangements for the bull to be picked up from Stockade Ranch road and taken to the auction barn.

Fayette County requested a deputy check Westwood Villa Apartments for a juvenile that had escaped from a juvenile lock up facility in New Waverly. Deputy Crockett searched the area but did locate the juvenile.

A resident on CR C in Lexington spoke to Deputy Liles in reference to a burglary. A report was taken and investigation continues at this time.

A motorist reported a vehicle pulled over on the side of FM 141 approx 4 miles out of Giddings. Deputy Ledenbach located the vehicle and gave the driver a courtesy ride to get fuel.

June 11, 2013

The Sheriff’s Office received a call on 9-1-1 requesting an ambulance because her mother was unresponsive. EMS called and requested a Justice of the Peace. Deputy Liles and Deputy Burns responded to the scene.

A resident in Lincoln reported that a red wrecker had been circling around his house for the past two hours. Deputy Carvin located the wrecker and they advised that they were attempting to repossess a vehicle on Main St.

June 12, 2013

A caller reported that her granddaughter got out of her vehicle after an argument and was on foot. She was worried about her because she is diabetic and bipolar. Deputy Burns was dispatched to attempt to locate the subject. Approx 20 minutes later a male subject called and advised she was at his house and needed an ambulance because her blood sugar was high. Subject was transported to the hospital and her grandmother was notified.

A caller requested to speak to a deputy regarding some personal property that was at her exboyfriends house. Deputy Crockett assisted with a civil stand by.

The Sheriff’s Office reported that a man was at the entrance to the Three Oaks Mine in Lexington. He was asking for food. Deputy Liles and Deputy Burns met with the complainant, who advised her co-worker gave the subject a ride to a store on Hwy 290.

A resident on CR 326 called the Sheriff’s Office and reported that her neighbor was at her residence banging on her windows and screaming. Deputy Carvin and Deputy Ayres located the subject and called for an ambulance. Subject had cut his arms in an apparent suicide attempt. Subject transported to a hospital and MHMR was notified.

A caller reported that she had not heard from her son in a few days and she was worried about him. He was depressed for several reasons and she wanted a deputy to go check on him on CR B in Lexington. Deputy Carvin spoke to her son and he was ok.

June 13, 2013

Deputy Jirasek assisted with a civil standby at a residence on Hwy 290 West. A male subject requested assistance so he could gather his belongings and leave.

A motorist reported cows out on FM 1697 between CR 136 and CR 127 in Ledbetter. Deputy Ray and Deputy Grover ran the cows off the road and into a pasture at 2714 FM 1697.

The Sheriff’s Office received numerous 9-1-1 calls from a residence on CR 232. Deputy Jirasek made contact with an adult at the residence and advised them that their children were playing on a phone and calling 9-1-1.

Deputy Jirasek was dispatched to assist Child Protective Services at a residence on CR E in Lexington. CPS had information that the family had a history of being violent.

A caller requested a welfare check on her husband because he had not called her. Deputy Crockett and Deputy Ayres went to the address given on PR 8028 and located her husband deceased. Harris County was called and asked to notify his wife in person at her residence.

June 14, 2013

A motorist reported a male walking in the center turn lane of Hwy 290 West, approx 2 miles west of Giddings. Deputy Rudolph located the man, who advised he was walking from Austin to Houston. Subject refused a courtesy ride into Giddings. He was advised to stay off the highway.

The Sheriff’s Office received a call from a woman advising that someone dropped off 5 juveniles at her front door. She said they ranged in age from 5 months old to 14-16 years of age. She tried to ask them questions but they would not talk to her. Deputy Liles, Deputy Burns and Deputy Rudolph made contact with the caller. She was elderly and possibly has some mental issues. There were no children at her residence.

Deputy Carvin met with a complainant on CR 118 regarding some suspicious activity. A report was taken.

A caller reported that her vehicle stalled out on Hwy 77 near CR 114, and her vehicle was partially in the roadway. Deputy Ledenbach assisted in getting her vehicle off the roadway and advised her parents were on the way to take care of the vehicle.

A male subject requested a civil standby at his children’s mother’s house in Dime Box. He was supposed to get his kids for Father’s Day. Deputy Carvin advised everything was ok and she would allow him to pick the kids up for Father’s Day.

June 15, 2013

The Sheriff’s Office received a 9-1-1 hang up. Dispatch attempted to call the number back but did not get an answer. A second 9-1-1 call advised that a male and female subject were at his residence and he was assaulted. The male subject ripped the phone cord out of the wall when he tried to call 9- 1-1. Both subjects left prior to Deputy Carvin and Deputy Ledenbach’s arrival. A report was made and charges are pending.

A caller reported that the man she had been staying with had been abusive and she wanted to leave. Deputy Ledenbach met with the complainant, who advised him that her parents were on their way to pick her up.

Deputy Rudolph responded to a mobile home fire on Willow Creek Dr. in Elgin. Blue Fire Dept and Lexington EMS responded.

A caller spoke to Deputy Carvin about a problem she was having. She advised she had a protective order against the father of her children. He had been having his new girlfriend call her and threaten her. A report was taken and charges are pending.

Deputy Carvin was dispatched to an alarm call on Hwy 77. The building was secure and the key holder was on the way.

June 16, 2013

A caller reported that 4 male subjects were walking around on 7th @ Giddings St. in Lexington. The caller saw them pull up a stop sign and throw it into the cemetery. Deputy Carvin and Deputy Liles did a theft report and investigation continues at this time.

The Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call from a female advising that she ran off the road and struck a tree. She said she hit her head and did not know where she was. The 911 map showed she was at Hwy 77 @ CR 135 in Lincoln. Deputies Liles and Carvin assisted Trooper Early at the scene.

A motorist reported two vehicles racing on FM 141 in Dime Box. The vehicles were traveling towards Giddings. Deputy Rudolph and Deputy Burns searched the area.

Deputy Crockett spoke to a complainant regarding a child custody case. They were referred to seek the advice of an attorney since there wasn’t any court order.

Deputy Rudolph, Deputy Burns, Deputy Crockett and Deputy Grover responded to a disturbance on FM 141 in Dime Box.

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