3:14 PM – Officer responded to the end of CR 672 to assist Medina County deputies. Officer provided cover on one of the two suspects detained for being in possession of a firearm. Officer later cleared the scene.
6:45 PM – Officer responded to Dollar General about a suspicious male urinating on the side of the building. Officer contacted the manager briefly and got the description of the male still inside the store. Officer spoke to the male subject and advised him if he was caught doing this again he could be taken to jail. The man was later released.
11:40 PM – Officer responded to FM 471 and the railroad tracks about two individuals sitting on the tracks. Officer contacted them at the corner of Aubrey St. and FM 471. It was discovered the two individuals were just resting and promised not to sit on the tracks again because they knew it was dangerous. They were later released.
10:40 PM – Officer responded to the 3900 block of Hwy. 132 to assist MCSO with a disturbance/man with a gun. Officer arrived on location and made contact with the witnesses. The witnesses advised there was a fight and a gun was pulled out, but the subjects left upon officer’s arrival. Deputies arrived on scene and took over.
1:50 PM – Officer responded to the 700 block of Palfrey St. about a verbal disturbance. Officer arrived on location and discovered it was a mother and son having a verbal argument. EMS was called out to the scene to check the male subject for severe stomach cramps, who stated he was coming down off methamphetamine. The subject refused medical transport to the hospital. Officer later cleared the scene.
11:01 AM – Officer responded to the 400 block of 7th St. about junk vehicles violating City Ordinance Chapter 24 (Nuisance). Officer left proper notices on two residence doors. Officer then cleared the area.
1:36 PM – Officer responded to IH-35 S. mile marker 125 about a grass fire and an 18-wheeler possibly on fire as well. Officer provided traffic control until Natalia VFD arrived and put out the fire.
2:21 PM – Officer responded to the 100 block of 8th St. about a possible bat infestation at one of the residences. Officer investigated the call and was unable to locate any bats at a particular residence. Officer left a business card and would return at a later time to try and contact the resident.
3:43 PM – Officer responded to the intersection of Pearson St. and 5th St. about a large black dog with a red collar and no tags running at large, becoming a nuisance with surrounding neighbors and walkers in the neighborhood. The officer was able to recover the dog and secure it at the City dog kennels.
11:36 AM – Officer responded to the 100 block of 6th St. about a manufactured home being reported to City Hall about the home not having skirting completely around the trailer. Code Enforcement officer went out to investigate the possible violation and later discovered there was proper skirting all the way around the home.
1:15 PM – Officer responded to the 1900 block of Hwy. 132 to provide cover for a DPS trooper who had arrested the driver. Officer later cleared the location without incident.
5:38 PM – Officer responded to the 100 block of Heather Hollow about a small fire in the backyard of residence. Officer made contact with the home owner and advised him if he was going to burn wood or trash that it needed to be in a barrel (containment). The home owner understood and put the fire out.
4:20 PM – Officer responded to the 2400 block of Hwy. 132 about a welfare check on a female. Officer made contact with the female who later advised she was fine and needed no help. Officer cleared the scene.
4:43 PM – Officer responded to IH-35 N. about a motorcycle accident. Officer arrived on scene and assisted a female who was injured from falling off a motorcycle from being struck with a piece of tire that was on the highway coming up from a vehicle going in the same direction. The female was later airlifted to University Hospital for further medical treatment.
6:12 PM – Officer responded to the 400 block of Palfrey St. about trash burning illegally. Officer arrived on scene and observed the fire was properly contained. The officer went back in service.