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Wednesday, October 15, 2008 • Posted October 14, 2008 10:00 PM

Blanco Police Reports

These reports were filed between Sep 25 and Oct 1.

Sep 25

• Animal Complaint. 12:15 PM. A dog killed the caller’s chickens and roosters and the caller now had the dog trapped in a pen.

• Stranded Motorist. 3:50 PM. A vehicle with a flat tire was reported on US 281.

Sep 26

• Information. 11:07 AM. The manager at Super S requested to speak with an officer.

• Disturbance. 1:28 PM. Trainer St.

• Shot Fired. 10:35 PM. A complainant heard gunshots fired on Elm St., near Riverside Bar. Another complainant stated that he was the one who was being shot at.

Sep 27

• Information. 12:44 AM. Officers responded to a call about a registered sex offender (with Blanco Co. SO).

• Reckless Driver. 1:04 PM. US 281 at 473 West.

• Reckless Driver. 6:48 PM. A vehicle was seen weaving in and out of the lane on US 281.

• Reckless Driver. 7:36 PM. Comal County advised that a reckless driver was coming up US 281.

Sep 28

• Fight in Progress. 12:20 AM. A fight was reported at C.J’s. The subjects involved left the location before an officer arrived.

• Burglary. 12:22 AM. A complainant reported a burglary. The responding officer searched the building and reported it clear.

• Harassment. 5:31 AM. A subject reported harassment by an individual waiting outside the residence.

• Civil Matter / Information. 5:35 AM. A complainant asked that a call be documented.

• Harassment. 7:31 AM. A complainant received a call from a subject who reported harassment by an individual waiting outside the residence.

• Animal Complaint. 7:50 AM. Wild dogs killed one of the caller’s chickens. An officer explained the caller’s options to her.

• Alarm. 12:14 PM. False alarm caused by faulty sensor.

• Reckless Drivers. 5:15 PM. A caller reported two vehicles driving at excessive speeds on US 281, south from Johnson City.

• Suspicious Vehicle. 5:36 PM. A vehicle was seen driving slowly on RR 1623, with the driver throwing beer cans out the window.

Sep 29

• Theft. 10:39 AM. A purse was reported stolen but was found in the caller’s pantry.

• Reckless Driver. 2:01 PM. US 281, south toward Blanco.

Sep 30

• Alarm. 6:36 AM. Alarm at Squeaky Clean Car Wash.

Oct 1

• Burglary. 8:59 PM. A caller requested a police officer to take a report of a burglary and theft of property.

Johnson City Police Reports

These reports were filed between Sep 25 and Oct 1.

Sep 25

• Alarm. 1:28 AM. Alarm at LBJ’s Boyhood Home.

• Information. 1:40 PM. A complainant tried to rent an apartment and his criminal history states that he has a charge out of California, but he had never been to California.

• Suspicious Activity. 5:41 PM. Subjects on skateboards were causing trouble at Super S.

• Arrest. 6:52 PM. One subject arrested on Live Oak.

• 911 Hangup / Welfare Check. 11:49 PM. A mechanical error caused the call.

Sep 26

• Suspicious Vehicle. 12:36 AM. A vehicle pulled out of the parking lot behind Dollar General. An officer spoke with the driver, who was checking on a vehicle he owns from the fence area.

• Criminal Mischief. 9:05 AM. Black shoe polish graffiti was reported on the eagle mural at the baseball field.

• Traffic Hazard. 5:12 PM. Two juveniles were riding mini-motorcycles on Bluebonnet St. An officer spoke with the father.

Sep 27

• Information. 10:48 PM. A caller requested to speak with an officer.

Sep 28

• Animal Complaint. 10:03 AM. A dead deer was in the roadway on N. Nugent.

• Reckless Driver. 12:06 PM. A Suburban was seen driving at a high rate of speed into oncoming traffic on US 290, into Johnson City.

• Suspicious Circumstances. 2:09 PM. A caller reported a suspicious vehicle.

• Civil Standby. 7:47 PM. An officer was requested to standby while a subject picked up personal property.

Sep 29

• Reckless Driver. 7:22 PM. An 18-wheeler was trying to pass the caller’s vehicle by going into oncoming traffic on US 281.

Sep 30

• Welfare Concern. 8:08 AM. A caller had not heard from a Johnson City resident.

• Disturbance. 9:13 AM. A subject was reportedly assaulting an individual. The subject was told not to return to the residence without a civil standby from a police officer.

• Civil Standby. 6:08 PM. A civil standby was requested so an individual could pick up property from a residence.

• Noise Complaint. 9:00 PM. An officer asked an occupant of the Jones Ave. apartments to turn down the music.

• Alarm. 9:44 PM. False fire alarm at the middle school gym.

Oct 1

• Animal Complaint. 8:24 AM. A complainant saw a dog behind the gas pumps at Speedy Stop that looked malnourished.

• Suspicious Person. 7:46 PM. A complainant reported a subject sitting on some rocks near RR 2766 and doing something. .

Blanco County Sheriff’s Office Reports

These reports were filed between Sep 25 and Oct 1.

Sep 25

• Deer Vs. Vehicle. 12:45 AM. A caller stated that she struck a deer with her vehicle. The vehicle and driver were fine, but the deer was still alive. An officer could not locate the deer.

• 911 Transfer / Disturbance. 7:25 AM. A juvenile was reportedly running down the street in Spring Branch. The call was transferred to Comal County.

• Verbal Disturbance / Information. 9:28 AM. Verbal threats were made toward the complainant. The subject would not leave the residence.

• Information / Close Patrol. 10:19 AM.

• Road Hazard. 1:09 PM. A truck and trailer were blocking the westbound lane on US 290 West.

• Suspicious Circumstances. 4:10 PM. A pool company received a fraudulent call requesting service to help set up a donated pool in Blanco County.

• Fence Damage. 7:16 PM. A caller reported damage to a fence that occurred during the night; the vehicle was gone but had left parts.

Sep 26

• Prisoner Transfer to Substation. 7:39 AM. An inmate was taken to the Sheriff’s substation.

• Courtesy Ride. 12:52 PM. A subject was given a ride from the county jail to the Greyhound station in Fredericksburg.

• Alarm. 2:07 PM. Residential.

• Suspicious Person. 2:40 PM. A subject wearing a bandana was walking a dog close to oncoming traffic on US 281.

• Stranded Motorist. 2:58 PM. A motorist with a possible flat tire was partially blocking the roadway on US 290 East.

• Burglary. 6:18 PM. An incident report was filed for a burglary of a house.

• Civil Matter. 7:49 PM. A caller reported people trespassing on the property.

• Grass Fire Investigation. 8:17 PM. A fire was reported east of Friday’s on US 290. The fire was a controlled burn.

Sep 27

• Courtesy Ride. 2:53 AM. A caller requested a courtesy ride after an intoxicated friend drove off.

• Traffic Hazard. 4:31 PM. Feed sacks were reported on US 290 West. An officer removed the debris.

• Vandalism. 7:05 PM. A criminal mischief report was filed for vandalism to the complainant’s vehicle.

• Suspicious Activity. 7:07 PM. A complainant reportedly heard gunshots and debris falling on the residence. An officer responded to Pop-A-Top Bar, where he took possession of a gun. The shotgun was released to an individual.

• Suspicious Vehicle. 8:25 PM. A vehicle and people were reported on the side of US 281, north of the Y. The officer reported that the vehicle was unoccupied.

Sep 28

• Assault. 2:00 AM. Two complainants were reportedly assaulted by three subjects riding motorcycles. The complainants wanted to make a report and see a sketch artist.

• Alarm. 7:06 AM. Residential.

• Stranded Motorist. 9:48 AM. An elderly couple was stranded on US 281.

• Reckless Driver. 11:00 AM. An SUV was driving at a high rate of speed on US 281, through Johnson City. Burnet County was notified.

• Reckless Driver. 7:39 PM. An officer checked on a driver after the vehicle was seen driving all over the roadway. An officer released the driver to a family member (with Blanco PD).

• Welfare Check. 10:15 PM. An officer was requested to check on children that had been left alone.

Sep 29

• Suspicious Person. 4:40 PM. A suspicious person was reported on RR 32, near the trailer park.

Sep 30

• Attempt to Locate. 10:21 AM. Officers attempted to locate a possible suicidal subject.

• Livestock Complaint / Information. 12:15 PM. A caller needed advice on how to deal with a goat damaging vehicles. An officer gave the caller information.

• Civil Standby. 4:29 PM. A deputy and a constable stood by at a residence.

Oct 1

• Information. 1:20 AM. A caller stated that there was a rumor on the street about an individual out to get him. The dispatcher advised the caller to contact Blanco PD Chief Sonier.

• Citizen Assist / Trespass Notice. 2:18 PM. A caller requested an officer remove a subject from the residence and to give the subject a trespass warning.

• Agency Assist. 4:50 PM. Officers were requested to remove civilians who were getting in the way of the fire department in the Pedernales Subdivision on RR 1323.

• Minor Traffic Accident. 5:13 PM. A caller saw a vehicle get rear-ended on US 281 between Stallion Estates and 306.

• Loose Livestock. 5:52 PM. A black and white calf was near US 281, north of Round Mountain.

Texas Department of Public Safety Reports

These reports were filed between Sep 25 and Oct 1.

Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Reports

These reports were filed between Sep 25 and Oct 1.

Constable, Precinct 1, Reports

These reports were filed between Sep 25 and Oct 1.

Constable, Precinct 4, Reports

These reports were filed between Sep 25 and Oct 1.

Game Warden

These reports were filed between Sep 25 and Oct 1.

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