Lexington Police Report
Officer Sandoval, while on routine patrol in the 700 Blk of Ave- A, observed a group of subjects arguing. Officer Sandoval made contact with the subjects, and after an investigation, it was found the disturbance was verbal only. The subjects involved apologized to each other and went their separate ways.
June 26, 2013
Chief Yarbrough met with a walk in at the Lexington Police Department who reported the burglary of a residence in the 9000 Blk of N. Hwy 77. The suspect(s) entered through an unlocked door and stole three air conditioning window units which were on the floor; the burglary is under investigation.
June 27, 2013
Chief Yarbrough met with a subject at the Lexington Police Department who wanted to turn in a Texas Identification Card she had found. The ID card was received, and a report was written. The ID was then tagged and placed into the evidence locker.
Cpt. Wooldridge, while on patrol, observed a goat in the middle of the roadway. Cpt. Wooldridge contacted the owners who put the goat back in its pen.
June 28, 2013
Officer Sandoval was dispatched to the 800 Blk of Rockdale St. in reference to an animal complaint. After speaking with the complainant, the owner of the dog was contacted and Weston Whitbey was issued a citation for dog at large.
Officer Sandoval was dispatched to the 1000 Blk of Cherry St. in reference to a loud music complainant. Upon arrival, Officer Sandoval made contact with the subject who had already turned the music off. Officer Sandoval asked the subject to keep his music down if he was going to continue playing it. The subject stated he would just keep it turned off. Officer Sandoval then cleared the scene.
June 29, 2013
Officer Sandoval was dispatched to the CEFCO Store in reference to a female subject asking people for gas money. Upon arrival, Officer Sandoval made contact with the female who had received money from a subject and had bought some gas in a gas can. Officer Sandoval gave the female subject a ride to her vehicle near Cherry Dr. and Hale St. Once there, Officer Sandoval conducted an investigation on the vehicle and the female subject, and the story about the vehicle didn’t match up. Officer Sandoval contacted the registered owner who stated the female should not have been in possession of the vehicle. The registered owner arrived at the scene and took possession of the truck. The female was released.
June 30, 2013
Officer Sandoval was dispatched to the 900 Blk of 10th St. in reference to a fireworks complaint. Upon arrival, Officer Sandoval met with the complainant and informed him that he had already spoken to the subjects popping the fireworks and they had stopped. While on scene, the complainant wanted to make a report that he believes his neighbors down the street killed his cat. Officer Sandoval took the report and the incident is under investigation.
Cpt. Wooldridge was contacted by a walk-in to the Police Department, who stated he was trying to get to his property to feed his horse off of CR 405, but that a vehicle was parked blocking him from entering his property. The subject asked if an officer could come out and assist him with speaking with the subjects because when he knocked on the door, no one would come to the door but he could hear people inside. The officer then drove to the location just off Ave-A where he made contact with the subjects and informed them of the situation. The subjects apologized and moved the vehicle so the complainant could drive to his property.