Natalia Police Report March 18-22

March 18

5:20 PM – Officer received a phone call about child custody issue. Officer made contact with the complainant in front of the Natalia Police Dept. The ex-husband also arrived on location and the question was answered and resolved.
7:19 PM – Officer responded to assist DPS on a traffic stop and help translate Spanish for her. The trooper later ended up arresting the violator for possessing a fraudulent Social Security card and possession of fighting roosters with the knives used for cock fighting.
10:52 PM – Officer responded to Love’s Truck Stop to meet up with EMS about an assault victim they were treating. Officer arrived on scene and was informed that the victim was assaulted by his father, who is a truck driver, for emitting an obnoxious odor inside the cab of the truck. The son was transported to an area hospital.
March 19
5:00 PM – Officer responded to the intersection of Aubrey St. and 4th St. for two individuals walking and arguing very loudly down the street. Officer made contact with the female at a residence on Bartlett St. She indicated everything was okay and there wouldn’t be any further problems. Officer cleared the scene without incidence.
5:20 PM – Officer found a Hispanic male standing in front of the Natalia Library on his cell phone. Officer stated there was some graffiti committed at the local carwash and that this subject could be a suspect. The Hispanic male was given a Criminal Trespass Warning for the library.
9:00 AM – Officer responded to the 400 block of Palfrey St. about criminal mischief. Officer spoke to the victim and she stated she left her home and came back to find her iPhone 6 was broken along with other items that added up to approximately $820. The case is currently pending.
March 20
2:20 PM – Officer observed deputies at the 200 block of Kearney St. and checked to see if they needed any assistance. Officer provided cover until he was later released by the deputy.
March 21
11:15 PM – Officer responded to the 200 block of 5th St. about a threatening text sent to his daughter’s cell phone from a 17-year-old boy who resides in Lytle, Tx. Officer collected all the evidence, collected witness statements, and later got a warrant for Terroristic Threat.
March 22
7:45 PM – Officer responded to the 100 block of CR 672 W. about an active disturbance. Medina County deputies arrived on scene and advised the female was gone and had been dropped off in Natalia in the La Pasadita parking lot. Officer made contact with the female and later transported her back to the scene so she could speak to the deputies.