2:21 PM – Officer responded to the 700 blk. of Palfrey St. about a disturbance. Officer arrived on scene and spoke to the complainant and he stated he didn’t want his son on his property and had a criminal trespass warning issued to him and his girlfriend not to enter the property or it will lead to an arrest.
6:00 AM – Officer responded to the 700 blk. of 4th St. about a medical emergency call. AMR ambulance service was on scene giving first aid and CPR on an unresponsive female. EMS transported the sick female to Southwest General Hospital in San Antonio, Tx.
7:32 PM – Officer responded to the 100 blk. of 4th St. about a civil matter. Officer arrived on scene and spoke to the complainant. The complainant stated her friend from Lytle, TX, owned a red Triton weed eater and had pawned it at El Bufalo Pawn and jewelry and that the complainant had paid $35.00 to get it out of pawn. The male friend borrowed the weed eater and hasn’t brought it back to her. Officer advised if she wanted her weed eater and her money she was going to have to take him to small claims court. The complainant didn’t want to bother with that and decided not to pursue the matter any longer. Officer gathered his information and cleared the scene.
11:58 PM – Officer responded to IH-35 NB mile marker 129 to assist with a crash involving two 18-wheelers. Officer assisted with traffic control until DPS trooper arrived on scene. Morales Towing later arrived on scene as well and recovered both 18-wheelers. Officer cleared the scene and went back in service.
7:50 PM – Officer responded to the 700 blk. of 4th St. about a physical fight in progress in the middle of the street. Officer arrived on scene and didn’t observe anybody on the street fighting. Officer identified a male subject sitting in a chair on the sidewalk of his apartment building. This subject was involved in the fight, but didn’t know who jumped him and then drove off without identifying who the three subjects were. The victim was not injured, but only had a torn t-shirt. Officer cleared the scene without further incident and went back in service.