Lexington Police Report
Cpl. Nurse was contacted at the Lexington Police Department by a female subject who wanted to report a Violation of a Protective Order. The Protective Order Violation is under investigation.
Cpl. Nurse was contacted at the Lexington Police Department via telephone in reference to an adult male subject pointing a rifle in the face of a juvenile subject. During the investigation, it was found the rifle was actually an air pellet rifle. The investigation is currently ongoing and criminal charges are pending.
Cpl. Nurse was dispatched to the 1000 Blk of CR. 405 to unlock a vehicle. Cpl. Nurse unlocked the vehicle for the female subject, then cleared the scene.
August 7, 2013
Officer Sandoval was dispatched to an alarm call at Granny’s Restaurant. Upon officer’s arrival, Officer Sandoval checked all exterior doors and windows and found the building secure.
Officer Sandoval stopped a vehicle in the 8900 Blk of Hwy 77 for driving without headlights. After making contact with the driver, Officer Sandoval observed an open container of alcohol in the driver side door panel. Michael Rasco was issued a citation for Open Container, then released.
August 8, 2013
Cpt. Wooldridge, along with Chief Yarbrough, responded to a Criminal Mischief call at the old Peanut Mill. Upon arrival, contact was made with the complainant, who was an employee of Zoch Net. It was discovered there were damages to some cable leading to their satellites. A report was taken and an investigation into the damages is being conducted.
Officer Sandoval received a call from a female complainant who stated that she had found a metal smoking pipe by the Colbywood Apartments. Officer Sandoval met with the complainant at the CEFCO store and retrieved the pipe, which contained marijuana residue. The pipe was tagged and placed into evidence for destruction.
Officer Sandoval was dispatched to the 100 Blk of 5th St. in reference to a loud noise complaint. Officer Sandoval made contact with the complainant, who stated her neighbor was keeping her up with the washing machine making a lot of noise. Officer Sandoval spoke with the neighbor, who said she was washing dishes earlier, and that was possibly the noise that was heard. Officer Sandoval asked the subject to please try and keep the noise down, and both subjects were referred to speak with the manager.
August 9, 2013
Officer Sandoval was dispatched to the 8900 Blk of Hwy 77 in reference to shots fired in that area. Upon arrival, Officer Sandoval checked the area, but was unable to locate anything suspicious.
August 10, 2013
Officer Sandoval was contacted by phone at the Lexington Police Department by a female subject, who stated she witnessed subjects in a gray Dodge truck driving around, stealing signs in the neighborhood. Officer Sandoval located the vehicle and found four signs that belong to the city, and one sign that belongs to the state, in the bed of the vehicle. After further investigation, beer was also located in the vehicle. Four minors, along with one juvenile, were issued citations for Minor in Possession of Alcohol. The signs were seized by Officer Sandoval and the theft of the signs remains under investigation.
August 11, 2013
Officer Sandoval met with a female complainant at the Lexington Police Department. The female complainant reported being harassed by phone by an unknown subject. Officer Sandoval called the suspect back and informed him to stop calling the complainant or he could be filed on for harassment. The female subject did not want to make a report at this time.
Officer Sandoval was flagged down on Belton St by a male subject, who stated that a white newer model truck tried several times to run over him. The complainant stated that he only got away because he ran down a dark alley and hid. Officer Sandoval, along with Lee County Deputy Grover, checked the area, but were unable to locate the vehicle. A report was initiated for this call.
Cpt. Wooldridge took a report of a Criminal Mischief which occurred at the Dollar General Store. An unknown subject had damaged some merchandise. The Criminal Mischief complaint is under investigation.