Natalia Police Report Nov. 25-Dec. 1

Nov. 25
9:20 PM – Officers made a traffic stop at the intersection of FM 471 and Hwy. 132 on a vehicle that led up to arresting an adult female for a fictitious registration on her window, and incident to the arrest approximately 1.14 grams of what appeared to be methamphetamines found under the driver’s seat. The driver was later booked on the two charges at the Medina County Jail.
Nov. 27
2:02 AM – Officers responded to the 300 block of Aubrey St. to speak to a complainant about a possible theft of an outdoor glass table that was missing from the porch. Officer spoke to the female subject and was informed that a neighbor may have the table inside her apartment. Officer went and spoke to the other female about the table. Officers were given permission to enter the apartment and did observe a glass outdoor table that was given to her by the landlord. There were no charges filed due to no proof of purchase of the table by the complainant.
Nov. 28
12:30 PM – Officers responded to the Wendy’s drive thru for a verbal disturbance between a customer and manager. Customer stated an extra $9.00 was charged off his mother’s debit card, and after further investigation, the $9.00 was not charged at the time he purchased his meal, but on another day, according to his mother’s checking account. There were no other problems once it was all cleared up.
Nov. 29
11:39 AM – Officers responded to the 600 block of 6th St. about some aggressive dogs chasing a cyclist while they were riding by, almost biting them. Officers drove the area and didn’t see any dogs other than three dogs that were lying under a tree. The officer approached the dogs and none of them appeared to be aggressive. Officers gathered the information and would be passing it on to the Animal Control officer.
Dec. 1
7:09 PM – Officers responded to the 6000 block of E. 6th St. to assist a Medina County Sherriff’s deputy with a call. The deputy spoke to the people he needed to speak to. Officers later cleared the call without incident.
9:20 PM – Officers observed a red Chevrolet 2-door vehicle that appeared to be abandoned. Officers ran the vehicle to see if it was stolen and it came back that it wasn’t stolen. Officers cleared the scene and went back in service.