Natalia Police Report June 5-10

June 5
8:48 PM – Officer responded to the Little League Park in Natalia, in reference to a possible disturbance. Officer made contact with the complainant .The husband was not there at the location. The office gathered his information and cleared the scene.
June 6
6:20 PM – Officer responded to Heather Hollow St. in reference to a stray dog. Officer was able to pick up the dog and transport him to the animal shelter, where the office left food and water.
8:03 PM – Officer responded to FM 471 in reference to a suicidal female. Officer made contact with the complainant. The complainant stated her tenant was walking around talking about wanting to hurt herself. Office asked what her mental state was and she responded that the female is diagnosed with serious mental problems. Officer requested AMR services to make his location, because the female wanted to be transported to Southwest General voluntarily. EMS arrived on scene and transported the female without further incident.
June 7
6:38 PM – Office responded to 6th and the waste water sewer plant area in reference to two male subjects leaving form in front of the sewer plant acting suspicious. Officer arrived in the area and was unable to detect any break-in to the waste water sewer plant or the two male subjects in question.
10:10 PM – Officer responded to the intersection of Kearney St. and 5th St., in reference to a suspicious male looking into vehicles. Officer made contact with this Hispanic male. Officer checked him for any warrants and anything illegal on his person. The subject was clean and cut loose free to go.
June 8
5:58 PM – Officer responded to Bennett St. in reference to possible terroristic threats towards the complainant. The complainant stated her soon to be ex-husband told her he was going to burn her house down. The officer went and spoke to the husband and he told the officer she was going to give away his working tools. Officer advised both subjects they needed to complete the court proceedings and let the judge award property to each.
9:15 PM – Officer responded to Palfrey St. in reference to a Protective Order. Officer spoke to the complainant and she informed the officer that her estranged husband assaulted her several months back and was inquiring about whether he had not gotten served yet with a protective order. Office advised the complainant she needed to go speak to the County Attorney’s Officer about filing for that paperwork. Officer suggested that the estranged husband leave the property since he did have an open case of family violence on him. He complied and left the residence.
9:38 PM – Officer was called to the Self-Storage located at Hwy. 132, in reference to an abandoned vehicle. Office called Friendly Glen’s Wrecker Service to pick up a 2001 white Pontiac Sunfire and two it to their yard.
June 9
2:05 PM – Officer responded o the rest area in Natalia to assist the Medina County Sheriff’s Officer with a dispute between mother and son. The deputy arrived no scene, while the officer stood by and later released the deputy. The call was complete.
3:10 PM – Officer responded to the area of IH 35 access CR 770 in reference to a grass fire. Officer stood by with fire, until it was put out.
5:45 PM – Officer responded to the intersection of FM 471 and IH 35 in reference to a vehicle crash. Officer arrived on scene, evaluated both vehicles for driver and passenger injuries, which were none. Officer worked the crash, roadway was cleared and cleared the scene.
10:18 PM – Officer responded to the Love’s Gas Station, in reference to a man waving a gun around. Officer was able to locate the subject in question with the gun and he stated he was transferring pellet guns from the back of his truck to the inside cab of his truck. The complainant was not able to be contacted back. The officer cleared the scene without incident.
June 10
2:30 PM – Officer responded to Palfrey St. in reference to a male subject picking up his personal belongings. Officer spoke to the male subject’s wife and she stated it was okay for him to collect his belongings and leave. The officer cleared the scene without incident.