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Wednesday, December 10, 2008 • Posted December 9, 2008 10:00 PM

Blanco Police Reports

These reports were filed between Nov 6 and Nov 12.

Nov 6

• Dog Complaint. 6:04 PM. A dog near Pedro’s Restaurant kept barking. An officer was unable to locate the owner.

Nov 7

• Disorderly Conduct. 11:51 AM. A caller reported loud noise and screaming from nearby, which was affecting his business.

• Stranded Motorist. 12:55 PM. An SUV was reported on the side of US 281, south of Blanco. The vehicle was gone when officers arrived (with Texas DPS).

• Civil Matter. 8:00 PM. A caller reported a subject who took an item. No theft report was taken.

Nov 8

• Verbal Dispute. 1:12 PM. A juvenile was reportedly out of control, damaging property. An officer responded and reported that everything was OK.

Nov 10

• Civil Matter. 3:15 PM. A caller was advised to call the Justice of the Peace office regarding a civil matter.

• Suspicious Person. 9:52 PM. An individual was reportedly causing problems at Iron Horse.

Nov 11

• Animal Complaint. 8:48 AM. Dogs were reportedly loose, not tied up or kept in a fence, and were using the caller’s yard as a toilet.

Nov 12

• Suspicious Person. 12:18 PM. A caller reported a person at the front door. It was a Halloween decoration.

Johnson City Police Reports

These reports were filed between Nov 6 and Nov 12.

Nov 6

• Theft Report. 4:07 PM. A real estate box was reported stolen from the Super S parking lot.

• Minor Traffic Accident. 8:05 PM. Another vehicle backed into the caller’s vehicle in the Dairy Queen parking lot.

Nov 7

• Juvenile Complaint. 1:00 AM. Juveniles were reported out after curfew. The individuals were taken to the jail and released to a family member.

• Minor in Possession of Tobacco. 8:30 AM. A Johnson City High School student was cited for possession of chewing tobacco—both as a minor and on school property.

• Identity Theft. 1:54 PM. A caller reported use of his credit card account.

• Dog Complaint. 5:52 PM. A pit bull was roaming the neighborhood of West Dawn and Winter’s Fur with kids playing in the area. An officer was requested.

• Theft. 8:32 PM. An officer was requested after a customer reportedly stole money from the caller’s cash register. An officer issued a criminal trespass warning and gave the customer a courtesy ride

Nov 8

• Identity Theft. 10:02 AM. A complainant stated that someone had sent a change of address to a financial institution. A report was taken for future prosecution.

Nov 9

• Arrest on View. 2:07 AM. A Johnson City PD officer requested assistance from DPS for making an arrest. One subject was arrested. INS/ICE was called

• Minor Traffic Accident. 6:30 PM. A caller hit a deer while driving on RR 2766, about 3-5 miles outside of Johnson City. An officer issued a blue form to the driver.

Nov 10

• Noise Complaint / Arrest. 12:45 AM. A caller complained about loud noise, music, and partying. Officers responded and arrested one of the party-goers on a Blanco County warrant for failing to appear.

• Stolen Vehicle. 4:05 PM. An officer spoke with the suspect who took the vehicle after the complainant reported it stolen, telling the suspect to bring the vehicle back. A report was taken for the unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.

Nov 11

• Animal Complaint. 11:56 AM. A dog was reportedly running back and forth across US 290 West with two people attempting to catch it.

• Traffic Accident. 1:05 PM. A subject hit a PEC box on private property. The caller was concerned about the driver; no other action was taken.

Nov 12

• Stolen Dog / Civil Matter. 6:13 PM. A caller stated that a dog was taken and the caller knew who took the dog. The officer reported that it was a civil matter.

• Child Welfare. 6:43 PM. A caller asked to speak with an officer concerning a child.

• Suspicious Activity. 11:42 PM. A caller reported a nearby house where a party might have been happening.

Blanco County Sheriff’s Office Reports

These reports were filed between Nov 6 and Nov 12.

Nov 6

• 911 (Static on Line). 3:54 AM. 911 received a staticky call. The resident confirmed that everything was fine and the phone has trouble when the wind gets bad.

• 911 Transfer. 5:59 AM. A caller reported a case of road rage on US 290 East, heading toward Austin. The pickup was reportedly driving recklessly, stopping, starting, pulling up, and backing off. The call was forwarded to Hays County.

• Burglary. 10:35 AM. A burglary was reported at Knoll Welding. An officer reported that there were no signs of a break-in.

• Theft. 11:38 AM. A report was filed with the postmaster regarding mail theft in the county.

• Reckless Driver. 3:13 PM. A vehicle was reportedly speeding and weaving in and out of traffic on US 290 West. An officer observed the vehicle and reported that the driving was fine.

Nov 7

• Vandalism. 10:14 AM. A report was filed on damaged road construction equipment on CR 410.

• Civil Standby. 6:16 PM. An officer settled a child custody dispute at a residence.

Nov 8

• Vehicle Fire. 9:54 AM. Hays County notified Blanco County that the Henly Fire Department put out a vehicle fire on RR 165 at Divide Pass.

• Agency Assist. 5:29 PM. Officers assisted with a call regarding a subject who shot himself in the foot. An incident report was taken.

• Reckless Drivers. 9:53 PM. A caller reported drivers chasing 4-wheelers up and down the road.

Nov 9

• Traffic Accident. 1:39 AM. A vehicle hit a deer on US 290 at Miller Creek Cemetery

• Vandalism. 8:18 AM. A caller notified 911 that his property was vandalized during the night. An officer took a criminal mischief report.

• Disturbance. 8:36 AM. An officer issued a criminal trespass warning after responding to a call about a disturbance

• Threats. 3:17 PM. A caller reported death threats made against another individual. An officer handled the situation.

• Suspicious Vehicle. 6:15 PM. A dark-colored truck was pulling a dark-colored trailer on US 281 without any lights. Officers were unable to locate the vehicle

Nov 10

• Theft. 8:29 AM. Equipment was reported stolen from a ranch.

• Identity Theft. 1:15 PM. A report was filed after a complainant was notified of identity theft in another state.

• Suspicious Vehicle. 6:19 PM. A vehicle was reported at the intersection of Cox Rd & Rust Ranch.

Nov 11

• Information. 10:01 AM. A call about a mail scam was forwarded to the postal inspector.

• Loose Livestock. 6:01 PM. A red cow was out on RR 1320.

Nov 12

• Civil. 10:31 AM. A caller reported a broken window and was unsure if anything was missing.

• Fraud Report. 5:18 PM. A report was taken after a complainant found that someone had used her name and address on medical bills in another state.

• Close Patrol. 7:40 PM. An officer patrolled the area of Pedernales Oak Dr. after a caller reported suspicious people nearby.

Texas Department of Public Safety Reports

These reports were filed between Nov 6 and Nov 12.

Nov 6

• Motorist Assist. 7:47 PM. A State Trooper advised that a motorist broke down on the side of the road, the vehicle’s transmission lost. A wrecker was requested. The trooper gave the driver a courtesy ride to Blanco High School.

Nov 8

• Reckless Driver. 9:30 PM. A vehicle on US 281 was driving very slowly, 30-40 miles per hour.

Nov 9

• Reckless Driver. 12:49 AM. A reckless driver was reported on US 281. Officers did not see any traffic (with Blanco PD).

• Motorcycle Accident. 10:18 AM. A motorcycle hit a deer on RR 32. EMS and a wrecker were requested (with Blanco PD).

• Traffic Accident / Arrest on View. 4:18 PM. Officers responded to a report of a traffic accident on US 290 East, in front of Friday’s. One subject was arrested (with Blanco Co. SO).

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