2013-07-04 / Police

Sheriff’s Report

by Lee County Sheriff Rodney Meyer

June 24, 2013

A caller advised that he was seeing headlights near his barn on PR 1416. Deputy Carvin and Deputy Jirasek checked the property and barn and did not locate anyone on the premises.

Several motorists reported cows out on CR 119 near CR 117. Deputy Ayres reported that the owner of the cattle showed up and put them back in their pasture.

Deputy Burns spoke to a complainant at 4135 E. Austin. The subject reported that his girlfriend took some items out of his apartment and refused to give them back. Both parties claimed to be married and were therefore referred to a judge concerning the matter.

Deputy Liles responded to cows out on Hwy 21 E @ Middle Yegua Creek. The owner showed up and was attempting to repair his fence.

June 25, 2013

A caller reported a car swerving all over the roadway on Hwy 290 West heading eastbound. Deputy Carvin and Deputy Liles searched for the vehicle.

Deputy Rudolph met with a resident on Main St. in Lincoln. Someone cut his fence and some items were stolen. A report was made and investigation continues at this time.

Deputy Crockett met with a complainant on FM 3403. The complainant wanted to report that someone stole two calves off his property. A report was made for theft of livestock.

A Verizon employee came to the Sheriff’s Office and spoke to Deputy Crockett in reference to criminal mischief on Hwy 21 in Lincoln.

Deputy Burns and Deputy Liles responded to a family disturbance call on CR F in Lexington. Caller reported that his 17 year old daughter was refusing to go home with him and his sister-in-law was telling her that she did not have to go. The issue was resolved peacefully and the daughter went home with her parents.

June 26, 2013

Deputy Ledenbach responded to a residential alarm on CR 143 in Lincoln. ADT called back to cancel because the homeowner was on site and gave them the correct code.

A motorist reported a two vehicle accident on Hwy 290 East near CR 234. Deputy Burns responded to assist with traffic control.

Deputy Ray and Deputy Grover met with a complainant in the lobby. She advised that a gun was lost or possibly stolen. A report was made and the gun was entered into the TCIC/NCIC computer.

Deputy Ledenbach spoke to a complainant at the Sheriff’s Office. The subject wanted to file assault charges. A report was taken and charges were filed.

A concerned citizen reported that an older model brown Ford truck pulling a trailer was on some property that did not belong to them and were taking things. Deputy Grover, Deputy Rudolph and Deputy Ray responded. Three subjects were arrested and charged with burglary of a building.

Deputy Burns spoke to a complainant regarding a theft of copper wire. A report was taken and investigation continues at this time.

Deputy Allen met with a complainant in Dime Box in reference to his fence being cut. A report was made for criminal mischief.

June 27, 2013

A complainant from Shady Oaks reported that the neighbor has some pit bulls and they weretearing up her property. Deputy Allen spoke to the dog owners and advised them to secure the dogs.

Deputy Jirasek responded to a residential alarm on CR 208. The homeowner called and cancelled because it was accidentally set off.

A caller reported that there was a suspicious vehicle parked on the side of the road at Hwy 21 and Walnut St. The vehicle was occupied by two males. When the caller drove by, the occupants ducked down. Deputy Ayres and Deputy Jirasek located the vehicle and stopped it. One subject showed to have warrants and was arrested.

June 28, 2013

Deputy Crockett was dispatched to Walch Store in Lincoln after the owner reported that they had a break in. Investigation continues at this time.

A caller reported that someone stole some copper wire from a business on Hwy 290 East. Deputy Grover is currently investigating this case.

A motorist reported that an elderly lady was sitting on the hood of a gray car on Hwy 77, south of Lexington, near the old roadside park. Deputy Grover was dispatched and located the vehicle. The driver stated she had a flat, so Deputy Grover changed her tire.

Deputy Burns spoke to a complainant regarding phone calls and text messages she was receiving from a female subject. Both parties were advised to leave each other alone.

A motorist reported that a truck pulling a 5th wheel was broke down partially in the roadway on Hwy 290 West, approx 2.5 miles west of Giddings. Deputy Carvin located the vehicle and assisted them with getting their trailer hooked up and back on the road.

June 29, 2013

The Sheriff’s Office received a 9-1-1 call to PR 5000. Deputy Carvin and Deputy Liles called for EMS to respond because they had a possible overdose.

Deputy Crockett met with a caller on FM 180 after she advised she hit a deer and had some slight damage to her vehicle. She was given a blue form to submit to her insurance.

Deputy Rudolph, Deputy Grover and Deputy Burns respondedtoa3vehicleaccident on Hwy 290 West near CR 202. All vehicles were off the roadway.

A resident reported that she could see a lot of smoke blowing towards her house on CR 134. She didnot know where it was coming from. Deputy Grover and Deputy Rudolph located a grass fire and advised to dispatch Giddings Fire Dept. Lincoln Fire Dept was requested to assist.

A caller reported that his mom and dad were fighting and they live on CR 121. The caller was a child and was crying and was difficult to understand. Deputy Liles spoke to the mom who advised the other subject involved had already left the house. The fight was verbal only.

A caller reported that a dark green truck driving very slowly on CR 205 near the airport headed towards Serbin. Someone was hiding in the bed of the truck. Deputy Liles located the truck and advised the people were moving to Bastrop and the person in the bed of the truck was holding their dog.

June 30, 2013

Deputy Carvin and Deputy Liles were dispatched to a suspicious vehicle that was parked near a gate on FM 1697. The vehicle had left prior to their arrival. Deputies will be patrolling the area.

Deputy Rudolph spoke to a complainant that reported that someone stole some copper wire off his property. A report for theft was made.

A caller reported a two vehicle accident on CR 309. Deputy Crockett responded to the call to see if he could assist with traffic control.

A resident at South Forty RV Park was having some mental issues and destroyed some property. Deputy Crockett, Deputy Burns and Deputy Rudolph responded. MHMR was contacted, as well as the parents.

Jail Report

JAIL COUNT: 07/01/2013: 38 MALES: 36 FEMALES:2

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