Natalia Police Blotter Aug. 30-Sept. 10

Aug 30 – A routine patrol of the city and an officer’s intuition, led to a suspicious vehicle being observed, and coming back as a stolen vehicle. The vehicle was recovered without incident and impounded.
Aug 31 – Officers were called to the new Natalia Junior High School to assist EMS with a construction worker who was run over by a skid steer. The male subject was transported with a suspected broken leg.
Sept 1 – Officers were called to the Natalia High School for a possible burglary of a building.
Sept 2 – Officers were called to the 600 Blk of 7th St to provide a welfare check for an individual who was showing multiple signs of COVID for a period of 4 days. EMS transported patient for further evaluation.
Sept 2 – A Criminal Trespass Warning was given to a male subject, who has been seen on video surveillance, walking around the campuses overnight and entering open/unlocked doors without the permission to do so.
Sept 4 – A report was taken for a burglary of a building at the 700 Blk of 5th St.
Sept 4 – Police and Fire were called out to FM 471 and 4th St for a structure fire. There were no occupants in the home.
Sept 5 – Officers were called to a physical disturbance off of Hwy 132, where it was determined that a male subject was preventing the female from calling 911 and was forcibly pinning her down, refusing to let her leave the home. The male subject was arrested and charged with Unlawful Restraint and Interference with 911 Call.
Sept 5 – Officers were called to the abandoned mattress factory, where a vehicle was found inside, and was abandoned. The vehicle was determined to be stolen. The vehicle was recovered and inventoried.
Sept 6 – Officers were called to the 100 Blk of 4th St to take a report for a Burglary. Although the investigation is still pending, it has been suggested that the home was burglarized, while fire and police units were handling a nearby fire.
Sept 9 – Officers were called to the 700 Blk of 4th St to take a report for a theft. Details are unknown at this time.
Sept 10 – Quick observance from the SRO at the Natalia High School, led him to make contact with a suspicious vehicle driving around the student parking lot. He claimed to be a student, but the Officer had not seen him before. Further investigation uncovered that the suspect was a student of Southwest ISD and 2 firearms (.380 cal and .40 cal) and 1 (air soft) likeness of an AR-15 were confiscated. The subject, who had just turn 17, was arrested and sent to the Medina County Sheriff’s Office for booking.