Natalia Police Report Oct. 3-11

Oct. 3

2:43 PM – Officer received a phone call reporting an unauthorized use of motor vehicle to the officer. Officer stated the vehicle was taken from Colorado Springs, Colorado by a known party that agreed to pay for the car and had loaned out the car to his daughter, who now has it without the original owner’s consent. Case pending investigation.
Oct. 7
5:56 PM – Officer responded to the back exit/entrance parking lot area of Love’s Truck Stop about an 18-wheeler losing its load. Officer arrived on location and worked an accident due to it being over $1,000 in damage. Officer cleared the wreck and went back in service.
Oct. 10
1:13 AM – Officer responded to a rolling disturbance going into Natalia. Officer made contact with a black Ford F-150 on FM 471 S. and 3rd St. The females in question were having a disagreement in the vehicle and one of the ladies threw a fountain drink towards the passenger window and it was closed, getting onto her partner’s clothing. Officer determined the two females have calmed down and wouldn’t be a problem the rest of the night.
8:58 PM – Officer responded to the Natalia Police Department and spoke to a female about going through her ongoing child custody issue with her ex-boyfriend and if the officer could go by a residence on 4th St. and seeing if she could retrieve her two small children. Officer later advised the complainant the children weren’t there. Officer cleared the call.
Oct. 11
4:31 PM – Officer responded to the 500 blk. of Aubrey St. and spoke to a female who stated she has custody of all three of her children and that the baby daddy will go by her residence after 2:00 AM and cause her problems. Officer took the information and passed it on to the night officer.
4:58 PM – Officer responded to the 600 blk. of Bartlett St. about a man possibly getting mauled by a pit bull and needing assistance. Officer got there and took control of the scene. The man was okay and was not hurt by the pit bull. Officer gathered information for a report and later cleared the call.