12:19 PM – Officers assisted Natalia PD in attempting to locate a dark blue or black Chevy Suburban with no front or back license plates that was involved with a theft at the Dollar Store in Natalia.
12:36 AM – Vehicle stopped for a traffic violation in the 300 block of Bowman Ave. The female driver was found to have a suspended license and was cited and released.
1:27 PM – A caller located a black wallet in the 1000 block of E. Hondo Ave. The owner came to PD and picked up the wallet.
3:07 PM – Officer dispatched to the 1000 block of E. Hondo Ave. in reference to a school bus that had the windows covered up and no license plate. Officer made contact with the owner, who advised the license plate just fell off. All was okay.
7:00 PM – A juvenile female was transported to the hospital for an emergency detention.
1:30 AM – Officers provided cover and support for DPS with a DWI in the 200 block of E. Colonial Pkwy.
8:26 AM – Complainant in the 1100 block of N. Windy Knoll Dr. reported the burglary of a motor vehicle between the hours of 3:00 AM and 3:30 AM. All windows except the front windshield were shattered, the tail lights were broken, and the bed of the truck was damaged. A gun and knives were taken from the vehicle.
8:10 PM – Complainant reported credit card abuse at Walmart by person(s) unknown.
10:45 PM – Officer assisted the Medina County Sheriff’s Office with serving a felony warrant on a male subject.
11:12 PM – Officers assisted DPS with a stranded motorist on IH-35 SB.
4:54 AM – Officer assisted EMS with restraining a combative female subject in the 100 block of W. Hondo Ave.
8:20 AM – Officer assisted an 18-wheeler driver on Ingram Rd. for clearness to deliver a shipment to the golf course. Driver was able to take Libold Dr.
12:17 PM – School Zone lights on E. Hondo Ave. not turning on during lunch hour. TxDot was notified.
1:21 PM – Complainant in the 1000 block of W. Hondo Ave. reported a suspicious white truck was parked in the driveway. Officer was unable to locate; home was secure.
3:50 PM – Vehicle stopped for a traffic violation on CR 5710 N. The male driver was found to have an active warrant, be in possession of less than 2 oz. of marijuana, drug paraphernalia, and was unlawfully carrying a weapon (illegal club) and was jailed. A male passenger and female passenger were cited for drug paraphernalia and released.
7:18 AM – Complainant in the 400 block of W. Benton Ave. found three bicycles on his property. Public Works picked up the bicycles.
8:12 AM – School Zone lights not working on FM 2200 coming from CR 5710. TxDot notified.
12:17 PM – School Zone lights on Hondo Ave. still not working at lunch. Officer re-contacted TxDot and followed up with ETA.
12:31 PM – A Bud Light delivery truck backed into a maroon SUV in the 500 block of E. Hondo Ave.
1:16 PM – The drive thru window of a restaurant in the 100 block of S. Teel Dr. was struck by a customer’s vehicle. Employee on location received the driver’s name and phone number.
12:17 AM – Officers arrested a female subject in the 100 block of Howard Wallace Dr. on Devine, Bexar County, and Frio County warrants.
7:45 AM – Officer dispatched to the 100 block of Fernandez in reference to shots fired in the area and spoke with homeowners who advised everything was okay and that they believed a vehicle had backfired.
8:07 AM – The male driver of a vehicle involved in a two-car crash in the 300 block of E. Hondo Ave. was found to have a suspended license and was cited and released.
2:55 PM – Two female students at Devine Middle School were found with contraband in the restroom.
4:09 PM – Officer removed debris from roadway in the 100 block of W. Hondo Ave.
6:00 PM – Officer dispatched to the 400 block of Mockingbird Ln. in reference to a female subject and her 12-year-old son over discipline issues.
9:15 PM – Officer dispatched to Fay in reference to a male subject dressed all in black with a camouflage backpack running in the area. Officer patrolled the area and spoke with pedestrians at the stadium who said they didn’t see anyone matching the description. Unable to locate.
10:17 AM – Complainant came into PD to speak to officer. During the conversation, the female subject stated she felt suicidal and was transported to University Hospital.
11:16 AM – A vehicle was parked in a handicap spot of a business in the 100 block of E. Hondo Ave. prior to 7:30 AM. All was okay; the vehicle belonged to a customer.
11:35 AM – A railroad tie in the 200 block of S. Commercial was smoldering. The Devine VFD and Union Pacific Railroad were notified.
11:40 AM – Two female students at Devine Middle School were being physical with each other. Parents were contacted.
12:37 PM – A student at Devine High School reported that her sister’s jewelry was taken from the locker room during athletics on August 28.
11:35 PM – A female subject made entry through the back door of a home in the 400 block of Mockingbird Ln. and assaulted her ex-husband.