Lexington Police Report
September 9, 2013
Officer Stark took a walk-in report at the Lexington Police Department. The complainant filed a report of possible Credit/ Debit card abuse. Due to the subject living in the county, he was directed to the Lee County Sheriff ’s Department and an information report was written.
Officer Stark met with two complainants at the Lexington Police Department who wanted to make a report of Assault by Threat. The two complainants advised they were being threatened by a known subject who was located out of state. A report was taken.
Officer Stark took a report by phone of an animal complaint in the 900 block of 9th St. The complainant advised chickens running loose in her yard. The owner of the chickens was located and action was taken at the scene concerning the loose animals.
Chief Yarbrough and Officer Stark were contacted about a suspicious person walking in the area of the Lexington Middle School. The subject was described as a white male in his mid to late 50’s, walking behind Phillips and Lucky Funeral Home. Upon arrival, contact was made with the subject. After an investigation was conducted, it was determined the individual was en route from Peterson’s Grocery. There were no further concerns with this subject and he was released to continue to his destination.
September 11, 2013
Officer Stark was dispatched to the 600 block of Dickson St in reference to an animal complaint call. Upon arrival, contact was made with the owner, who advised that two dogs that killed a cat. Officer Stark located the two loose dogs and issued a citation to the owner of the dogs.
Chief Yarbrough and Officer Stark responded to a call to meet with a complainant at the Lexington Laundromat. Upon arrival, contact was made with the complainant, who advised an unknown subject entered the Laundromat and defecated in the corner. A report was taken, documenting this incident.
Chief Yarbrough and Officer Stark met with a complainant in the 800 block of Yegua St. in reference to a dog chasing children when getting off the school bus. Officer Stark located the dog and the residence, but was unable to make contact with the owners. A follow up will be conducted, and further attempts will be made to talk with the owner of the dog.
September 14, 2013
Officer Stark was dispatched to the 500 block of 1st St. on a disturbance in progress call. Upon arrival, contact was made with the complainants, who advised their son became upset and broke the glass window to the back door. The complainants did not wish to pursue any criminal charges, but requested a criminal trespass be issued, preventing his return to their residence. The report was completed.
September 15, 2013
Officer Sandoval met a complainant at the Lexington Police Department, who advised her juvenile son had not returned home from school as instructed. After searching all known areas for the juvenile, they were unable to locate him. A few hours later, the juvenile returned home where the necessary action was taken by the parent and Officer Sandoval. The juvenile was then released into the custody of the parent.
September 16, 2013
Cpl. Nurse executed an arrest warrant on a suspect James McCrady. McCrady was criminally charged for the theft of a cellular phone from an employee of Herk’s. He was transported to the Lee County Jail where he was booked-in on a Class “B” Misdemeanor Warrant without incident. McCrady is awaiting magistration at this time.