Lytle P.D. news for the week ending Sunday, Sept. 17: Officers handled 68 calls for service that number is on the high side. Officers conducted 66 traffic stops. Of those 66 stops, 32 resulted in a citation and 34 were warnings.
Arrests: No arrests were made last week.
Officers took reports of 5 property crimes last week: #1 – A Lytle-Somerset resident reported their trash can was missing. #2 – A $52,000 Takeuchi Skid loader was taken from a subdivision construction site on FM 2790 near the Lytle State Bank. #3 – The storage room at John Lott Park (Juan Garcia Pavilion) was entered by an unknown person. The only things taken were three old containers of powdered chocolate, which probably should have been trashed a few years ago. #4 – A Wisdom Rd. resident reported her Samsung Galaxy 8 phone as missing. # 5 – An unknown person damaged a concrete bench at John Lott Park.
Our National Night Event is only a few weeks away, so mark your calendars to attend on Tuesday, Oct. 3. It will be held at the Lytle Community Center from 6P to 8P. Join us for free food (hotdogs, of course) and drinks. We will also be providing snow cones! If your organization wants a table, please reach out to us and we will get you signed up.
“Friday night football in Texas” at its best, Lytle broke the streak! They defeated our rival Natalia Mustangs and took home the Legacy Bowl Trophy. Natalia had won the last 8 games, so it was about time for that trophy to move north. Now would be a good time to end this rivalry and let us keep the trophy.