Natalia Police Report May 14-19

May 14
8:20 PM – Officer made contact with a complainant at Dollar General in reference to a suspicious person following her child and friend to the store. The complainant was able to write down the subject’s license plate number and handed it to the officer for further follow up.
8:30 PM – Officer went to FM 471 and the IH-35 N. access road in reference to a stalled 18-wheeler on the roadway. A wrecker service was called out and removed the truck.
May 15
8:51 AM – Officer responded to the 900 block of Miller St. in reference to a residential alarm. Officer checked all doors, windows, and locks. The residence was secured and officer cleared the scene.
4:15 PM – Officer assisted Devine PD with traffic control due to a major car wreck. The roadway was later cleared and officer went back in service.
4:45 PM – Officer dispatched to IH-35 S. at the 129 exit in reference to a hit and run. Officer arrived on location and made contact with the driver, who had a strong odor of alcohol on his breath and person. DPS arrived on scene and determined the driver in the car was arrested for suspicion of Driving While Intoxicated.
5:40 PM – Officer responded to the 200 block of Kearney St. in reference to a verbal disturbance. Officer made location and spoke to the suspect. The suspect stated he and his ex-wife argued over the phone and yelled at his 17-year-old son. The son took off from the residence and was later located and brought back. No further action was taken.
May 16
7:23 AM – Officer responded to the 400 block of Bartlett St. in reference to a lift assist. EMS arrived on scene and officer assisted with the patient, who was later transported to a San Antonio hospital.
May 18
8:35 PM – Officer responded to the 400 block of Palfrey St. in reference to drug activity. The complainant stated her neighbor took off in a blue Pt Cruiser and was not wanted on her property because she was problematic. Officer advised the complainant that close patrols would be conducted.
May 19
11:45 PM – Officer responded to the 2600 block of Hwy. 132 in reference to a possible disturbance. Officer arrived on scene and contacted both parties involved. Complainant stated she didn’t want to file any charges, but wanted a criminal trespass issued to the other party.