2013-09-05 / Police

Sheriff’s Report

by Lee County Sheriff Rodney Meyer

August 26, 2013

A caller stated that there were two pit bulls on his property on CR 304 that were not his. Deputy Ray spoke with the complainant.

Deputy Ray completed a civil standby on FM 141 after a subject called and requested one so that he could get his property.

A lady called to report some animal cruelty taking place on FM 180. Deputy Ledenbach checked on the animals, and found that they did have food and water. Deputies will continue to check on the animals.

Deputy Jirasek took a report for some illegal dumping on PR 1181.

A motorist reported a couple of cows out on FM 180. Deputy Jirasek ran the cows off the road.

Sergeant Allen went to put some cows up on FM 2440. The owner was on scene and put the cattle up.

August 27, 2013

Deputy Ray was unable to locate a cow reported out on FM 1624.

Deputy Ray assisted Chief Deputy Lapham with putting some cattle back in the fenced pasture on Hwy 290 near Shady Oaks.

August 28, 2013

A cow was reported out on FM 141 near CR 119. Deputy Ayres was unable to locate a cow near there, but did but one up on FM 141 near CR 117.

A caller stated that there were some suspicious people at her house and wanted a deputy to come out. Deputy Ayres responded. All was ok. It was learned that the people were relatives, and had left before the deputy arrived.

Deputy Ayres ran some cattle off the road on CR 323 near the Fedor store.

A caller advised that their neighbors’ dog was hit by a car on FM 1624. Deputy Burns notified the owner.

Chief Deputy Lapham, Captain Crockett, and Deputy Rudolph responded to a theft on Hwy 290 near CR 205.

Giddings Police Department requested assistance with locating a subject on FM 180. Deputy Liles was able to give the message to the subject’s mother.

Deputy Grover responded to a burn ban violation on FM 141 near CR 123. The subject was given a warning and told to put the fire out.

A caller reported that he could smell gas on FM 141 near CR 119. Deputy Liles checked around the area, but could not smell or locate any gas leak.

A motorist reported some cattle on FM 448 near CR 214. Deputy Grover responded, but was unable to locate.

A caller advised that he ran out of gas on Hwy 21 near K&C Quick Stop. Deputy Grover responded and took the subject to get some gas.

August 29, 2013

A caller reported that somebody was knocking on his door on CR 202, telling him that they were out of gas. Deputy Grover responded to the area and located the people. He got them some gas.

Deputy Liles completed a welfare concern check on a subject walking down FM 141. He gave the subject a courtesy ride to Whataburger in Giddings.

Some cows were reported in the road on CR 108. Deputy Grover was able to put them up.

A cow was reported out on FM 141 near CR 116. Deputy Burns was able to put it up.

A prowler was reported on CR 118. Deputy Burns searched around the area, but was unable to locate anyone in the area.

Chief Deputy Lapham, Captain Crockett, and Deputy Burns completed a warrant service on Titus Street. One subject was arrested and brought to the Lee County Jail.

Sergeant Carvin and Deputy Grover were unable to locate a reckless driver reported on Hwy 77 near CR 405.

August 30, 2013

A caller reported that a loud noise woke her up near Brad and Sons on Hwy 77. Deputy Grover checked the area, and found some large debris in the road.

Some cows were reported out on Hwy 21 about 3 miles from the Bastrop County line. Deputy Grover located the cattle and the owner was notified.

Deputy Ledenbach was assisted by Chief Deputy Lapham, Trooper Weiser, and Deputy Ray with a domestic disturbance on PR1351. A report was taken and one subject was brought to jail.

Sergeant Allen removed some debris from the road on Hwy 21 near FM 2440.

Deputy Jirasek removed some cattle from the road on FM 2440 near CR 113.

A caller reported loud music on CR 118. Deputy Ayres checked in the area, but could not locate where it was coming from.

A suspicious vehicle was reported on CR 208. Sergeant Allen, Deputy Ayres and Deputy Jirasek responded, but were unable to locate the reported vehicle.

A report was taken by Deputy Jirasek for a burglary of a habitation on CR 127.

A woman was reported walking down FM 696. Deputy Ayres checked the area, but was unable to find anyone walking.

August 31, 2013

Deputy Ray checked on FM 112, near CR 315, for some reported illegal dumping. He located some trash, but not enough to consider it a dump site.

A report was taken by Deputy Ray for illegal dumping on CR 124. A complainant reported that someone dumped trash in his driveway.

Deputy Ledenbach spoke to a complainant regarding telephone harassment. She reported that she received annoying phone calls from an individual.

A caller reported that his ex-wife was upset because he would not let her have their daughter for the weekend. Neither party had any court documents to show custody status. After talking with the daughter, Deputy Jirasek advised that she wanted to stay with her father.

September 1, 2013

A caller reported seeing a suspicious older model vehicle in the area of where a theft occurred last week near Hwy 21 @ Hwy 77. The vehicle had left heading towards Caldwell. Deputy Ray searched the area for a vehicle matching the description, but did not locate anything.

A complainant spoke to Sgt. Allen about his ex-wife. He advised that she trashed out the shed. The caller requested that a report be made for future reference.

Deputy Ledenbach spoke to a complainant regarding two subjects that were trespassing on her property. They are her daughter’s ex-friends, and she asked them to leave, but they refused. Both parties had left prior to Deputy Ledenbach’s arrival.

A concerned citizen reported that he saw a red truck and a white car parked at the neighbor’s house. The caller believed they may have been trying to break in. Sgt Allen and Deputy Ray located the vehicles, but they belonged to the property owner.

Jail Report

Jail Count: 09/01/2013 35 Males: 33 Females: 2

The Lee County Jail had 1057 inmate jail days in population, and 53 inmate jail days in holding. The Lee County Dispatchers received 391 calls for service in the month of August.

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