2017-05-04 / Police

Lexington Police Report

April 24, 2017

Officer Walton assisted a citizen with a vehicle unlock in the parking lot of the Lexington High School.

Officer Walton was called to the Cefco on a customer acting “weird”. He made contact with the subject who had mental health issues. Officer Walton gave the subject a ride home on CR 326. Later that evening Officer Mattingly would be called out on the same subject hanging out at Peterson’s. A family friend ended up transporting the subject to the hospital for psychiatric evaluation.

April 25, 2017

Officer Landrum assisted a citizen with a vehicle unlock at Herks.

Officer Walton received a call of a lose cow on CR 326 at the city limits. He was unable to locate the cow.

Officer Walton was called to the Lexington High School parking lot on a reckless driver leaving campus. Subject was identified by eye witness.

Officer Walton and ACO Landrum responded to the 300 block of Ave E on a subject whose hip had popped out. Officers assisted with loading for transport by EMS.

Officer Walton and ACO Landrum responded to a disturbance in the 900 block of Third. Male subject had cut main breaker off to kill power to residence. Male subject was criminally warned from the property.

April 26, 2017

Officer Mattingly investigated a burglar alarm at Peterson’s Grocery.

Officer Walton took a report involving juveniles.

Officer Nolen responded to a call of a large box in the roadway at Hale and Fifth.

Officer Nolen took a call of possible criminal mischief in the 300 block of Holcombe. Apparently a rock from a mower had broken a vehicle window.

Officer Nolen located two open doors on the Lexington High School Gym.

Officer Nolen located an open door at the High School cafeteria.

April 27, 2017

Officer Walton responded to an alarm at Christina’s Kitchen.

Officer Walton and ACO Landrum responded to the 3100 block of FM 696E to assist EMS on a subject who had fallen. Officers stood by as EMS loaded the fallen subject for transport.

Officer Walton gave a courtesy transport to a citizen doing hometown recruiting at the Lexington High School.

Officer Walton, assisted by Tim Walch and Chase Nail, helped a citizen in the 100 block of Lonesome Trail after she had struck a deer while driving home.

Officer Nolen responded to a semi driving recklessly southbound from the Tanglewood area. He located the vehicle and found that the driver’s load had shifted and he had stopped to fix it.

Officer Nolen responded to suspicious activity in the 1100 block of Rockdale Street. He was unable to confirm activity reported.

Officer Nolen responded to a subject in the 800 block of Tenth Street who was showing signs of anger.

Officer Nolen conducted a vehicle unlock in the 100 block of Ave. E.

April 28, 2017

Officer Nolen located an open door at the High School cafeteria.

Officer Walton assisted with traffic control in the 500 block of Main Street on a water leak as City crews repaired the leak.

Officer Walton responded to a call of a reckless driver entering the city from Giddings. The silver SUV was allegedly driving over 100 MPH and swerving in and out of traffic. Officer Walton was unable to locate the subject vehicle.

Officer Walton and ACO Landrum responded to a call of a possible fire at Peterson’s Grocery. Officers were told that there was “a lot” of smoke coming from the office. The Lexington Fire Department was dispatched and quickly located the source of the smoke (faulty A/C unit).

Officer Mattingly responded to an OnStar alert in the 100 block of Nursery Dr. No one on scene knew how it had been triggered.

April 29, 2017

Officer Terpstra noticed several subjects standing around a pickup in the 500 block of Main at a closed business. As he approached the subjects drove off from the scene. Since they were at a closed business, Officer Terpstra made contact to see what they were doing on the property. One of those present was a minor in possession of alcoholic beverages. He had the subject pour the beer out and cited him.

Officer Terpstra responded to a reckless driver call in the 300 block of Cherry Drive. The subject from the M.I.P contact had apparently drove away at a high rate of speed.

Officer Mattingly responded to the 100 block of Sherrill Lane on a vehicle unlock with a small child inside.

Officer Mattingly responded to a call in the 800 block of Hale Street on a power issue (outlet had sparked and shorted out). The Lexington Fire Department was called out to assure all was safe.

Officer Mattingly responded to a call of a reckless driver on FM 696W coming into the City. He located the vehicle but did not notice any infractions.

There were 119 traffic stops last week, resulting in 47 citations and 72 warnings. Fourteen violations were in the School Zones.

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