Natalia Police Report September 3-10

September 3
11:40 PM – Officer was informed by a female complainant while attending an outdoor function at St. John Bosco Catholic Church that someone had stolen a black 2016 Dodge Charger four-door from the 500 block of Kearney St. where she parked it. Officer investigated the scene, collected information on the vehicle, and faxed a copy of the report to the Medina County Sheriff’s Office so the vehicle could be entered into the TCIC/NCIC database.
September 4
12:56 PM – Officer was called to Love’s Truck Stop about a minor crash. Officer spoke to both drivers and advised them that due to the minor damage a blue form would be issued to them to exchange information. Officer cleared the scene.
September 5
12:58 AM – Officer made a traffic stop on a Toyota on IH-35 S. and mile marker 127. The violator was issued three citations. The vehicle was towed due to an invalid driver’s license and no insurance.
4:03 PM – Officers were able to return stolen property to some homeowners who were burglarized on July 17. The judge was able to award most of the property back to them after cooperative effort from Natalia PD.
September 6
3:21 PM – Officer was dispatched to the 400 block of Bartlett St. about a verbal disturbance between a mother and son. Officer arrived on scene and spoke to the mother. She stated everything was okay, her son just got mad because he refused to take his dad to the doctor’s office. No further action taken.
10:28 PM – Officer went to the 300 block of Bartlett St. about a 15-year-old boy having chest pains. AMR medical services arrived on scene and later determined the boy had a panic attack. No further action taken.
September 8
2:05 PM – Officer went to Love’s Truck Stop about a private property crash. Officer made contact with the two drivers, gave them blue forms to fill out, and cleared the scene without further incident.
September 9
8:40 PM – Officer was sent to the 200 block of Palomino Trail about suspicious activity. Officer observed a couple on ATVs. Officer was advised they were the land owners and just wanted to ride around on their ATVs for a while. Officer cleared the scene.
9:15 PM – Officer went to the 100 block of 2nd St. for a fight in progress. Officer made contact with the caller, who stated she heard a lot of yelling outside, and when she looked, two male subjects were beating up another male subject. The two subjects left in a black Jeep prior to officer’s arrival. One left a Samsung cell phone behind during the altercation. Officer has secured the phone and will wait for the owner to claim it so he can speak to him about the fight.
September 10
9:40 PM – Officer was approached by a complainant who informed him he made a police report with the San Antonio PD for a stolen motorcycle and that she traced the bike to the 700 block of Palfrey St. The report was made on September 4, and is active in the TCIC/NCIC. Officer drove to the residence on Palfrey St. in an attempt to locate the bike and the suspect who took it, but was unable to locate either.