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2013-08-15 / Police

Sheriff’s Report

by Lee County Sheriff Rodney Meyer

August 5, 2013

A local business called and reported to Captain Crockett that a debt collector had been calling them numerous times a day. They asked several times for him to quit calling their company and the caller began to get rude. Captain Crockett got the information and spoke to the debt collector. He told him to stop calling the company or charges would be filed.

Deputy Liles was dispatched to Hwy 77 approx ½ mile north of Hwy 21 to put some cows up that were out. The cow owner was notified.

A motorist reported that a white cargo van hit her husband’s vehicle and refused to pull over. They were eastbound on Hwy 290 near CR 200. Sgt Carvin spoke to the both parties involved, and determined that there was not an accident.

August 6, 2013

The Sheriff’s Office received an alarm call at a local business on Hwy 290. Deputy Grover and Deputy Liles responded, and advised that an employee was working in the shop. The owner was notified of the situation.

A resident on CR 230 called and reported that her speaker box that is at her front gate was damaged. Deputy Rudolph met with the complainant and took a report for criminal mischief.

A citizen reported that she was concerned about some dogs on Willow Creek Dr. Deputy Rudolph went and checked on the dogs. He made a video and advised that the dogs had food, water and shelter, and that all appeared to be in great shape. He also spoke to the owner.

A motorist reported 3 calves out on FM 180 @ CR 127. Deputy Liles located the cattle and ran them off the roadway.

Deputy Grover searched for a white Mustang that was reported to be driving all over the roadway on Hwy 77. The vehicle was located and the driver was tired. He was going to pull over and rest before continuing down the road.

August 7, 2013

A complainant reported that her neighbor’s cows were on her property. Deputy Ray met with the complainant on CR 309 in Lexington.

Sgt Carvin and Deputy Ray spoke to a complainant regarding stolen property. The subject stated that a man tried to sell him a pipe tester. After calling the number on the item, it was confirmed that the tester was stolen out of Corpus Christi. Investigation continues on this case.

A caller reported that he had some irate people on his property and he wanted them to leave. Deputy Jirasek met with the complainant on CR 409 in Lexington. A report was taken for criminal mischief.

August 8, 2013

Deputy Ledenbach was dispatched to an address on CR 118 in reference to a dog that was dumped and appeared to be in bad shape. Animal Control was called to the scene and picked up the dog.

A resident reported that a 16’ flatbed trailer had been parked on the side of FM 180 for a few days. Deputy Ledenbach and Trooper Harris checked it out. The owner advised that it had a flat tire and they lived close by and would be removing it soon.

Deputy Ray noticed a Dodge sitting on the side of the road on FM 1697 approx ½ mile west of FM 180. The vehicle had been abandoned. A wrecker was dispatched to pick up the vehicle.

A motorist reported cows out on FM 141 near Hwy 21 in Dime Box. Deputy Ayres located the cattle and ran them off the road into a pasture.

Deputy Jirasek met with a complainant who was upset because her ex-husband would not allow her on the property to get her belongings. She was advised the matter was civil and that she would need a court order.

August 9, 2013

A motorist reported that a black bull was out. Deputy Rudolph advised that the bull was put up at 2469 CR 226.

Deputy Burns and Deputy Rudolph assisted with a funeral escort from Morning Star Church in Lexington to Copperas Cemetery.

The Sheriff’s Office received a call from the Giddings Golf Course, advising they had a horse on their course. Deputy Rudolph located the horse owner.

August 10, 2013

A resident called and reported that a blue Dodge with a trailer was backed up to a brown house on Hwy 21 and Main Ave in Lincoln. The caller stated that they appeared to be loading stuff. Sgt Carvin and Deputy Rudolph located the subjects and identified them. They had permission to be on the property and the information was verified.

Deputy Burns and Deputy Rudolph were dispatched to a residence in Dime Box in reference to a welfare concern. A caller reported that he had not heard from his brother and would like an officer to check his residence. No one was home so family members are going to check hospitals in the area.

Brenham transferred a 9-1-1 call from a female stating that she had been choked by her husband. Sgt Carvin met with the complainant and her husband was taken into custody for assault family violence.

ADT Security called in an alarm at a residence in Dime Box. Deputy Rudolph was dispatched and checked the property and residence and advised it was secure.

A male walked into the Sheriff’s Office and spoke to Deputy Liles concerning his wife. He said she had been acting weird lately. He said she told him that the “license plates are coordinates zeroing in on” her. He reported that she had been carrying a pistol around to protect herself. MHMR was called out to evaluate her. They released her back to her husband.

A motorist reported a herd of cows out on Hwy 21. Deputy Grover ran the cows off the roadway near CR 107.

August 11, 2013

ADT Security Services called to report a residential alarm in Dime Box. Deputy Liles went to check on it and no one appeared to be home and the door was secure. He also stated that there was a really mean dog in the back yard.

The Sheriff’s Office received a call from the Post Oak Community Center advising that the Washington County people were starting fights. Deputy Liles and Deputy Grover advised that all the trouble makers had left prior to their arrival.

A motorist reported that a car, pulling a trailer, was parked on Hwy 290 West. A man is trying to change a flat and was partially in the outside lane. Deputy Rudolph went to assist, but the vehicle had left.

Deputy Burns was dispatched to a residence on CR 105. The caller reported that someone hit her mailbox sometime the night before. A report was taken.

JAILCOUNT:
08/11/2013: 35
MALES: 34 FEMALES:1

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