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Blanco County Public Records
PUBLIC RECORDS
BLANCO COUNTY, TEXAS
Wednesday, February 27, 2008 • Posted February 26, 2008 10:00 PM

Public records information is compiled by Charles Willgren from reports filed at the Blanco Police Department, Blanco County Sheriff’s Office, Blanco Volunteer Fire Department, Blanco County Clerk, District Clerk, and Justices of the Peace offices.

Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1, Criminal Cases

Convictions will not appear this week.

Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4, Criminal Cases

• William Jeffrey Cavanaugh, of Dallas, was fined $180.00 for speeding on Jan 1 (DPS).

• Keith Ely, of Gause, was fined $172.00 for speeding on Jan 12 (DPS).

• Joyce Pittman Gregory, of Blanco, was fined $160.00 for speeding on Jan 11 (DPS).

• Larry James Liesmann, of Blanco, was fined $148.00 for unsafe speed on Jan 7 (DPS).

• Raymond Frieda, of Seguin, was fined $156.00 for a tire less than 2/32 inch on Jan 9 (CVE).

• James Daniel McLaughlin, of Granite Shoals, was fined $148.00 for expired CMV inspection on Jan 9 (CVE).

• James Daniel McLaughlin, of Granite Shoals, was fined $127.00 for failure to display TxDOT cab card on Jan 9 (CVE).

• Samuel Kelley Sowards, of Austin, was fined $180.00 for speeding on Dec 23, 2007 (DPS).

• Matthew Thomas Skinner, of Austin, was fined $296.00 for speeding on Dec 24, 2007 (SO).

• Abel A. Lugo, of Elsa, was fined $134.00 for duty status not current on Dec 15, 2007 (CVE).

• Jr. Morgan, Jerry Keith, of Blanco, was fined $172.00 for speeding on Jan 8 (CVE).

• Charles Sterling Behrens, of Kerrville, was fined $192.00 for speeding on Dec 23, 2007 (CVE).

• Tecumseh George Weaver, of Austin, was fined $144.00 for unsafe speed on Dec 27, 2007 (DPS).

• Landon Forwood Shanks, of San Marcos, was fined $202.00 for speeding on Jan 3 (DPS).

• Valdette P. Mendez, of New Braunfels, was fined $167.00 for operating an unregistered trailer on Jan 2 (CVE).

• Timothy James Barrett, of Benbrook, was fined $178.00 for speeding on Jan 1 (DPS).

• Jennifer Ann Boland, of Johnson City, was fined $282.00 for speeding on Dec 16, 2007 (DPS).

• Michael Steven Valdez, of Wimberley, was fined $128.00 for a violation of driver’s license restriction (J) on Feb 3 (DPS).

• Jon Ryan Paysee, of Kingsland, was fined $172.00 for speeding on Jan 11 (DPS).

• Richard Reynolds Purpura, of Blanco, was fined $148.00 for driving without securing seatbelt on Feb 3 (DPS).

• Eugene Hamilton Collins, of Blanco, was fined $214.00 for speeding on Jan 30 (DPS).

• Nathaniel Lillburn Graves, of Blanco, was fined $196.00 for speeding on Feb 3 (DPS).

• Alfonso Romao Laguna, of Seguin, was fined $148.00 for turning left from the wrong lane on Jan 23 (CVE).

• Alfonso Romao Lagunas, of Seguin, was fined $128.00 for failure to report address change on Jan 23 (CVE).

• Nubia Resendez Tamayo, of Fredericksburg, was fined $148.00 for unsafe speed on Jan 22 (CVE).

Blanco Police Reports

These reports were filed between Jan 19 and Feb 20.

Jan 19

• Traffic Accident. 1:30 PM. A two-vehicle traffic accident was reported at Loop 163 and RR 165. The roadway was blocked and the fire department was called out. AirLife was requested.

Feb 14

• Unattended Death. 12:06 AM. Individual passed away at home.

• Suspicious Circumstances. 11:01 AM. A subject was reportedly upset, asking for help, and walking along US 281. Another individual transported the subject to the hospital (with Blanco Co. SO).

• Traffic Accident. 2:48 PM. A vehicle reportedly came off a trailer at the intersection of Loop 163 and RR 165.

• Alarm. 3:40 PM. Residence.

Feb 15

• Minor Traffic Accident. 2:14 AM. A pickup truck was reportedly on its side with airbags deployed. No one was around the accident scene at Cielo Springs (with Texas DPS).

• Juvenile Complaint. 1:14 PM. Blanco Elementary.

• City Code Violation. 2:06 PM. Cherry St.

Feb 16

• Criminal Mischief. 9:44 AM. Officer responded to a report of criminal mischief on the Blanco High School football field.

• Assault / Disturbance. 11:04 PM. Caller reported an assault.

Feb 18

• Reckless Driver. 3:10 PM. US 281.

• Traffic Accident. 3:47 PM. Two-vehicle accident at Blanco High School (with Blanco Co. SO).

• Civil Matter. 4:15 PM. A vehicle reportedly backed into the caller’s vehicle in the Super S parking lot.

Feb 19

• Juvenile Complaint. 9:57 AM. Officers responded to the report of a juvenile with marijuana and tobacco products in possession as well as under the influence.

• Juvenile Complaint. 2:42 PM. Blanco Elementary.

• Information. 3:07 PM. Statements taken regarding possible child endangerment charges.

• Disturbance. 3:51 PM. Domestic.

• Reckless Driver. 5:52 PM. US 281.

Feb 20

• Traffic Hazard. 2:27 PM. Two 18-wheelers were reportedly parked on 4th street and the caller was unable to see around them before pulling out.

• Reckless Driver. 5:52 PM. US 281.

• Civil. 6:33 PM. Caller requested an officer to standby.

• Suspicious Persons. 8:49 PM. Caller reported two subjects crossing other people’s property and taunting animals. An officer spoke with the subjects.

Blanco County Sheriff’s Office Reports

These reports were filed between Jan 19 and Feb 20.

Feb 14

• Traffic Accident. 3:17 PM. Two-vehicle accident on Miller Creek Rd.

• Suspicious Persons. 3:43 PM. Subjects in a vehicle on US 281, heading south out of the county, were reportedly smoking marijuana.

• Suspicious Vehicle. 3:52 PM. A vehicle was reportedly parked all day on US 281, north of Blanco, and the occupant was then using binoculars. Officer reported that the subject was back on the road and had ran out of gas.

Feb 15

• Traffic Accident. 6:21 AM. Caller reported a possible two-vehicle wreck on US 281, south of Berkley’s. The roadway had to be cleared.

• Suspicious Circumstances. 8:25 AM. Doors were reportedly open at a church. Officer reported that the doors were secured and there were no signs of forced entry.

• Loose Livestock. 9:26 AM. A cow was reportedly out on US 281 at the Little Blanco River. The cow was pinned but the fence was reportedly in need of repair.

• Reckless Driver. 2:33 PM. Truck reportedly running people off US 281 between US 71 and 962 W.

• Welfare Check. 4:06 PM. 911 operator received a hangup call. An officer responded and found no one home.

Feb 16

• Traffic Accident. 6:35 AM. One-vehicle accident on US 281 at US 290 E intersection. Injuries were involved and the vehicle was stuck on a light pole.

• Traffic Accident. 11:56 AM. One vehicle slid off the road at the intersection of US 281 and US 290 East. No injuries were reported; the driver was just shaken up. EMS responded. A sign was down on US 281.

• 911 Hangup. 12:41 PM. Trouble with the phone line.

• Civil Matter. 6:43 PM. Caller wanted to speak with an officer.

Feb 17

• Verbal Disturbance. 7:42 AM. Information taken.

• Smoke Investigation. 8:25 AM. Caller reported smoke near US 281 (south of RR 32) during burn ban but a fire could not be found.

• Civil. 10:36 AM. Dispute over paycheck.

• Criminal Trespassing. 11:44 AM. Caller reported subject coming onto the property.

• Arrest (Walk-In). 6:01 PM. Subject turned himself in at the Blanco County Jail.

• Welfare Check. 10:06 PM. A subject dressed in all black was reportedly walking on the side of RR 165. An officer gave the subject a courtesy escort.

• Traffic Accident. 10:56 PM. An SUV reportedly went through a stop sign at the intersection of Cox Rd at Rust Ranch Rd. and entered a bunch of trees. One subject was arrested.

Feb 18

• Alarm. 5:18 AM. Residence.

• Arrest. 7:52 AM. A subject came to the Blanco County Jail to turn self in on a warrant.

• Inmate Transport. 10:50 AM. One subject taken to Comal County.

• Suspicious Circumstances. 2:05 PM. Bullet holes were reported in the caller’s window and items in the residence.

• Traffic Accident. 6:11 PM. Two-vehicle accident 2 miles out on RR 2766 (with Johnson City PD).

Feb 19

• Medical Emergency (Inmate to Hospital). 12:00 AM. One inmate was taken to Hill Country Memorial Hospital ER from the Blanco County Jail.

• Fire. 10:17 AM. Burn ban violation reported in Round Mountain.

• Information / Close Patrol. 10:29 AM. Caller reported a vacant house that had signs of people living in it.

• Arrest. 10:18 PM. One subject detained at City Oaks Apartments in Johnson City. Another fled on foot. Officers tracked down a subject to the liquor store. Johnson City P.D. responded to the call and Blanco County Sheriff’s Office and Blanco P.D. assisted.

Feb 20

• Welfare Check. 9:10 AM. The caller had not heard from a subject and requested a check. The subject later returned the caller’s calls.

• Close Patrol. 9:50 AM.

• Motorist Assist. 11:03 AM. A bus had possibly broken down on US 290.

• Traffic Hazard. 12:03 PM. Truck was blocking the roadway on Cypress Mill Rd.

• Livestock Complaint. 4:15 PM. A horse had gotten out on US 281 and was nearly hit by a car. The horse was put back up.

• Suspicious Circumstances. 11:55 PM. Caller heard noises outside the residence. An officer patrolled the area.

Texas Department of Public Safety Reports

These reports were filed between Jan 19 and Feb 20.

Feb 15

• Traffic Accident. 2:57 AM. Caller reportedly heard a loud crash about a mile down Rolling Hills Rd. No injuries were reported. A wrecker was requested.

• Discharge of Firearm. 3:23 AM. Caller reportedly heard gunshots in the Rolling Hills Rd. area. A DPS trooper investigating a traffic accident in the area did not report hearing the gunshots.

Feb 16

• Traffic Accident. 4:10 PM. A vehicle hit a tree after getting run off the road on RR 3232. EMS and Fire Department were requested. Blanco County Sheriff’s Office and Johnson City P.D. assisted.

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