Natalia Police Report May 19-24

May 19
6:05 PM – Officer responded to the 300 blk. of Pearson St. about a private property accident in the First Baptist Church parking lot. Officer arrived on scene and spoke to both drivers, issuing blue forms. Officer explained the forms, collected his information, and cleared the scene.
May 20
7:25 PM – Officer responded to a two-car crash on IH-35 mile marker 130 southbound. Officer went and made contact with both drivers. There were no injuries, so officer stood by for a DPS trooper to arrive. The trooper arrived and took over the scene. Officer cleared the scene and went back in service.
May 23
1:43 AM – Officer responded to a disturbance at Love’s Truck Stop between two male subjects. Officer made contact with the two subjects and later determined no assault occurred. One of the male subjects had an active warrant for Aggravated Assault with Deadly Weapon out of the Medina County Sheriff’s office. The warrant was confirmed and the officer took him to jail.
11:15 AM – Officer responded to the 700 blk. of Palfrey St. about a disturbance between a male and female. Officer arrived on location and spoke to the complainant and she stated her ex-boyfriend was at her door banging on it, wanting her to go outside. The male subject threw potted plants against the door and left the scene once he was told the police were being called, taking a plant with him that the complainant said he bought her. Officer was informed there was no physical contact between the two, and advised her to call police if he came back to the residence.
8:30 PM – Officer responded to IH-35 E. access road in attempt to locate a tan Mitsubishi SUV pulling a trailer with a bunch of tires. Officer was informed the subjects in the vehicle were seen on CCTV taking items from behind the Brown Chevrolet dealership shop. Officer caught up with the suspect vehicle in Lytle in the Taqueria Jalisco parking lot, where it was stopped. Officer got out and stood by with the witness that observed them taking things from the dealership. Medina County Deputy arrived on scene and took over the investigation. The end result was a criminal trespass warning issued to both male subjects not to return back to the Brown Chevrolet property.
May 24
4:01 PM – Officer responded to the 700 blk. of Miller St. about a residential alarm. The granddaughter accidentally set off the alarm and was okay.