LEXINGTON LEADER Thursday, April 21, 2011 Page A3
Sheriff’s Report by Lee County Sheriff
LC Express Early
April 11, 2011
Burleson County requested a
advised that she did not need an
ambulance but wanted to press
charges. Captain Gonzales and
Deputy Liles responded to a
residence on Ave A in Lexington
after a caller reported that she
welfare check on two subjects that LC Express Track Club will hold a meet and greet the volunteer
were involved in an accident in Deputy Rudolph met with the thought she heard someone in the that a juvenile stole money out of
coaching staff during early registration Saturday, April 23rd @ Little
their county earlier. Deputy complainant. back of her trailer. No one was her purse. A theft report was taken.
Lamb’s Academy, 785 E. Independence Street, Giddings from 1:00p.m.
Crockett was dispatched to CR located in or around the trailer.
– 2:30p.m. Early registration fee: $85, late registration fee: $95, and
119 and spoke to one of the Captain Gonzales responded to
April 17, 2011 uniform cost: $75. Practice will begin Monday, May 2nd at Buffalo
subjects and everything was fine. a call on Ave A in Lexington after a April 15, 2011 A caller reported that there was Stadium, Giddings from 5:30p.m. – 6:45p.m. We look forward to seeing
complainant reported that A complainant reported to a fight in the parking lot of the you Saturday.
Deputy Ray checked on an older someone was knocking on her Deputy Crockett that she had bullpen. Deputy Durrenberger
blue vehicle that was parked on door. The area was searched but received a call from her daughter and Deputy Rudolph responded
the side of Hwy 290 West near CR no one was located.
235. A note was located on the
Bastrop County reported that
who lives on CR 430 in Dime Box and reported that one of the parties
stating that she needed help involved had left the premises. Ridgeway Cemetery
windshield with the owner’s name because her boyfriend was at her The caller wanted to file assault
and phone number. The vehicle they had received a call from
was broke down and the owner MHMR regarding a suicidal
subject named Jeffrey. Jeffrey
residence and he was yelling at charges. A report was taken and
her. The boyfriend had left the charges are pending at this time. Reunion and Annual
was getting parts to fix it. residence prior to arrival.
sent a text message to a case
Durrenberger worker saying that he had a gun A caller reported that there was
Deputy Khan responded to 5
head of cattle out on CR 106 near
Meeting in Paige
responded to a disturbance on and wants to end it all. The cell a very strong odor of burning Bluff Creek, the owner of the cattle
Hale St. in Lexington. The phone was pinged and it showed rubber on CR 414 in Lexington. The Ridgeway Cemetery Reunion and Annual Meeting will be held
had them up upon arrival of the
complainant reported that a male to come from a residence on 7th She thought someone might be Saturday, July 16th, 11:00 a.m.(*new time), at the Ridgeway Cemetery
subject was cussing and yelling Street. Captain Gonzales checked burning tires in the area. Deputy (located Hwy. 290 and Hwy. 21 in Paige). Food will be available for
at her. Upon arrival, the subject the residence and spoke to Ray responded and searched the purchase, and attendees are asked to bring desserts to share.
Deputy York responded to a
causing the problem had left the everyone in the house and area. Donations are needed for upkeep of the cemetery, so if you cannot
Family Dispute in Lexington, the
scene. everyone was okay and there was attend, yours can be mailed to secretary, Sue Barker, P.O. Box 4088,
parties of the dispute were
no one there named Jeffrey. Deputy Carvin spoke to a Austin, Tx. 78765. A live auction will be held at 11:30 a.m. (*new time)
A motorist reported a two subject who had a problem with to raise additional funds, and donated items will be appreciated. If you
vehicle accident on Hwy 77 in April 13, 2011 renter in Lexington. Subject was have not confirmed your burial plot reservation with Andrew Lewis,
A report of a burn ban violation
front of Petersons in Lexington. A caller reported that there were advised that the matter would be 512-273-2759, it is very important that you do so immediately. For
on CR 209, Deputy York had the
Deputy Durrenberger responded 3 horses out on CR 320. Deputy civil. further information, you may call Sue Barker, 512-801-0325 or Connie
subject put the fire out voluntarily.
and assisted until a Fayette Allen responded and located the Paenitz, 512-281-9500.
County Trooper was on scene. name of the owner who lives on Peterson’s Food Mart reported Deputy Liles was unable to
Giddings Street in Lexington. that there was an intoxicated male locate a burn ban violation on
A caller reported cows out on customer causing problems in the F.M.141.
FM 696 West approx 1 mile west Deputy Crockett was store. They had asked him several
of Blue. Captain Gonzales and dispatched to Ave A in Lexington times to leave but he refused.
Deputy Rudolph responded and after a caller reported that she Deputy Carvin was dispatched
ran the cows into a pasture. believes someone is outside her and reported that the subject had
Male: 38 Female: 4
residence trying to pick the lock left the store and had walked to
A complainant reported that two on her front door. The area was the Justice of the Peace building.
kids are riding their dirt bikes on searched and no one was located Subject was identified and taken Wishing everyone a
CR 309 and he is afraid they may on or near the residence. into custody and transported to Happy Easter and safe
get hurt. Captain Gonzales and the jail. holiday travel. Remember
Deputy Rudolph patrolled the The Sheriff’s Office received a to report suspicious
area. call from Lifeline advising that a Chief Deputy Lapham spoke to
resident on CR 450 called them and a complainant who advised that
April 12, 2011 reported that someone is walking she is missing some cattle. One of
her calves was located at the CRIME STOPPERS PAYS
A truck driver reported that he around in the woods behind his
almost hit a cow on Hwy 21 that house. Deputy Liles was auction barn. Two others are still CASH REWARDS FOR
was standing in the middle of the dispatched to the call. The missing. INFORMATION ON CRIMES IN
bridge on Hwy 21 in Lincoln. complainant called and advised LEE COUNTY.
Deputy Ray responded to call and that he saw an Armadillo walking Deputy Ray responded to a call
out of the woods and did not want on PR 4308 in Dime Box. The For Additional information go
ran the cow off into a pasture.
a deputy to respond anymore. complainant was having a verbal to bluebonnet.crimestoppers on
Deputy Ray was dispatched to confrontation with his renter due the internet
a residence on FM 2440 after a April 14, 2011 to damaged property.
caller reported that someone was A concerned citizen reported
burning trash in a barrel but the that an elderly male was walking The Sheriff’s Office received an
flames were approx 2 feet over the down the road on CR 217 and alarm call on FM 696 West.
top. Everything was okay. seemed disorientated. Deputy Deputy Carvin checked the
Crockett located the subject and perimeter and found everything
The Sheriff’s Office received a contacted Adult Protective secure.
call from a female subject who Services to check into the matter.
reported that someone hit her with A report was written. Deputy Rudolph and Deputy
a chair and was bleeding. She Durrenberger responded to a
domestic disturbance on CR 306
in Lexington. A caller reported that
her daughter had stolen another
cell phone from her. The daughter
could be heard screaming and
cursing in the background. A
report was written.
April 16, 2011
MAY 14TH A hospice nurse called and
WRITE IN YOUR VOTE made notification to Deputy Ray
that a patient had passed away.
The subject lived in Lexington on
Deputy Ray assisted with traffic
control at the scene of a two
CITY COUNCIL vehicle accident on Hwy 290 East
WRITE IN YOUR VOTE @ FM 180. There were no reported
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Deputy Carvin responded to a
residential alarm in Lexington.
Upon arrival Deputy Carvin
advised that the home owner was
on location and had set the alarm
A complainant came to the
Sheriff’s Office and spoke to
Deputy Ray about an on-going
problem they were having with a
female subject. They reported that
the female had been showing up
on her grandmother’s place
Deputy Durrenberger and
Deputy Rudolph were dispatched
to CR 135 after a caller reported