Lytle Police Report August 31-September 6

August 31
4:45 AM – While conducting a business check at Lytle Mini Storage, officer observed a very old television outside of one of the units. No signs of criminal activity.
6:47 AM – Officer responded to HEB Plus for a report of a verbal argument between two individuals near the entrance of the produce side. No offense occurred.
8:26 PM – Officers responded to Johns Small Engine Works for a report of a theft of a Hi-Point 9mm pistol. The owner stated it was stolen from the top of a work desk by an unknown person(s).
8:27 PM – While on patrol, officers were flagged down by a resident who talked to the officers in reference to completing a title transfer for a travel trailer.
September 1
3:00 AM – Officers responded to Indian Sunset Rd. to assist Atascosa Co. with a report of a suspicious person.
5:28 PM – Officers responded to IH 35 S at FM 3175 for a welfare check on a male subject sitting under the bridge. Officers searched the area, unable to locate the individual.
6:20 PM – Officers responded to H.E.B. Plus for a report of two suspicious males wearing white shirts and black shorts.
September 2
1:20 AM – While on patrol at Lytle-Somerset St. and S. Somerset St. officers noticed a stranded motorist. Officers spoke with the driver who stated he was having engine trouble. A driver’s license check resulted in the discovery of an active Warrant out of Travis Co. The driver was detained until the warrant could be confirmed. Travis Co. refused to confirm the warrant due to the COVID-19 conditions. The driver was released.
3:25 AM – Officer was contacted by the clerk at the Best Western Plus (19800 Blk. of IH 35 N) for a reported suspicious vehicle picking up a man who emerged from between two trucks just after the officer had done a patrol through. Officer searched the area and was unable to locate anyone.
7:45 AM – Officers responded to 14700 Blk. of Main St. and spoke with complainant in regards to her 15 Y/O son who left the residence on 9/1/20. The complainant was unable to make contact with her son and reported him as a runaway.
11:40 AM – Officers responded to Small Engine Repair for a welfare check on two subjects. Officer made contact w/the owner of the shop who stated that both subjects were not there, but were ok.
4:59 PM – Officers responded to Blume Dr. at FM 2790 N for a report of two Trump campaign signs that were stolen from residences.
9:34 PM – Officers responded to Hwy. 132 at CR 6840 to assist Medina Co. with a report of a reckless driver. Officers located the possibly intoxicated driver and released him to DPS.
September 3
3:30 AM – Officer attempted a vehicle traffic stop for speeding at the 14800 Blk. of Railroad St. The driver fled resulting in a short pursuit into Bexar Co. The pursuit terminated according to policy distances.
9:00 AM – Officer received a phone call in regards to a patient that had left the Camino Real Crisis Unit and staff had not been able to get a hold of the patient. Officers spoke with the staff who advised that the female left the facility voluntarily and she did not pose a danger to herself.
9:30 AM – Officer responded to 19500 Blk. of Bruce St. and talked to complainant in reference to a verbal argument that had occurred the night before.
9:42 AM – Officer responded to Ball Rd. for a report of a suspicious vehicle in the area. Officer made contact with the driver of the vehicle, it turned out to be a census employee.
11:47 AM – Officer responded to 15100 Blk. of Adams St. for a report of a suspicious male who went up to the residence and handed a DVD to an 8 YO juvenile. Officer made contact with the male subject who was identified and given a verbal criminal trespass notice.
1:55 PM – Officer checked on a dog that had been left in a vehicle, all was okay.
2:37 PM – Officer handled a two-vehicle minor accident in the H.E.B. Plus parking lot.
5:25 PM – Officer unlocked a vehicle at Star Food Mart.
6:05 PM – Alarm at Quicksilver Automotive. Building was secure.
11:51 PM – Traffic stop on Lytle-Somerset St. resulted in a 21-year-old subject being cited for possession of drug paraphernalia.
September 4
6:15 AM – Officer responded to Community National Bank and determined that someone tried to gain entry into the ATM, it was damaged badly. No money was taken.
8:20 AM – Officer responded to Oak St. for a report of a fawn in a backyard. Animal Control responded as well.
10:56 AM – Officer assisted with an EMS call on Norvell St.
11:00 PM – Capt. Reyes was advised of a pursuit that was coming through Lytle on IH-35 from Medina Co. He was not involved in the pursuit.
11:13 PM – Officer responded to a family disturbance in the 18200 block of Wisdom Rd.
September 5
12:17 AM – Officer assisted a deputy with a call for suspicious activity on Naegelin Rd.
2:00 AM – Officer responded to the Camino Real Crisis Center for a report of someone outside the building.
11:28 AM – Officers assisted a female who was having a mental health crisis at H.E.B. Plus. She was given a courtesy ride home.
2:38 PM – Officers were dispatched to IH-35 for a report of human cargo hiding in the roof fairing on a tractor trailer. Robison located the truck and two males were found hiding. One surrendered and the other fled on foot. Border Patrol arrived and took custody of the detained person, the other person was not located.
September 6
3:07 PM – 911 Hang Up at Best Western Hotel. Officers and staff checked and were unable to locate anyone in need of assistance.
4:20 Pm – Report of kids popping fireworks in the 19380 block of McDonald St. Officer didn’t locate any fireworks, most likely the call was a result the complainant hearing gun shots from dove hunters that were nearby.
6:25 PM – Report of a gunshot on Live Oak St. Located subject who was working on a vehicle, he stated that it “backfired.”
6:43 PM – Officers responded to H.E.B. Plus, located a dog in a vehicle. The owner arrived shortly and departed. The dog was not in distress.
7:35 PM – Officer responded to the Chevron and met with a complainant that stated her cell phone was taken while she was at the H.E.B. Plus. The theft occurred approx. 3.5 hours earlier.
8:25 PM – Officer responded to Brown’s Tackle and Gun for an alarm and found the business secure.
9:05 PM – Complainant in the 14500 block of FM 2790 E. reported a window was damaged by “bird shot” from nearby hunters. She had already spoken with them about getting it repaired.
9:10 PM – Officer responded to John’s Small Engine Repair for an alarm and found the business secure.
9:46 PM – Officer arrived at a residence in the 15700 block of Main St. for a 911 hang-up all. All was okay.
10:48 PM – Officer cited a 42-year-old subject for Class C theft for shoplifting at H.E.B. Plus. Eighteen 3” potted plants valued at a total of $30 were recovered.