UFO sighting, suspicious persons with glass pipe investigated by officers
Dec 03, 2012 | 1031 views | 1 1 comments | 5 5 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The dispatchers at the Live Oak County Criminal Justice Center received 236 complaints from Nov. 16-22.

A man traveling on Hwy. 59 at the Live Oak/McMullen County line said there was a low flying craft with lights all on it. He said it was like a facility, like a building with lights. It was flying low and he knew it wasn’t a plane or chopper or anything like that. He and his male passenger were highly excited. He sounded genuinely concerned and wanted to be called back or he would call back to see what was discovered. An officer was dispatched and another was in the area on another call. They were unable to locate the aircraft.

Two George West police officers were out investigating a suspicious vehicle at the high school when they came upon two suspicious persons in a dark area. Both subjects failed to identify themselves. Upon detaining the male subject, he resisted and was tased. He had a glass pipe on his person. He was arrested and transported to jail.

A Three Rivers man advised that “some guy” was walking towards the a downtown restaurant. He was punching the stop signs. One of the security guards was following him on foot. Three Rivers officers stopped the person a block down the street. They were enroute to the jail with the man a few minutes later.

A George West man reported that he was walking from Three Rivers to George West. He needed to see if an officer could give him a ride because, while walking, he twisted his ankle and he was having trouble walking. He did not want EMS-just someone to take him home.

A man advised that someone had broken into his house. They broke down the front door and it looked like they went through the couch cushions as if they were looking for something. The responding deputy advised that the door to the residence was kicked in but advised nothing was taken.

A woman at an RV park east of Three Rivers advised that one of the residents at the park had caused damage to his RV by hitting a tree. According to the caller, he was very inebriated and had cussed the owners, stating they shouldn’t have trees in an RV park. He wanted them to pay for repairs to his RV. The responding deputy reported that the man had left the park.

A woman traveling on IH 37 advised that she lost her wallet or it was stolen from a convenience store at the intersection of Hwy. 37/59. She didn’t notice her wallet was gone until she got to Austin. An investigating deputy advised the wallet had been recovered and the owner was contacted.

A Sandia woman reported that she had locked her keys in the car and her two year old and three year old children were in the car. Before the deputies could respond, the call was cancelled.

A George West man wanted to file charges against two men who had used his information to order two new phones under his account. Now the two men have new phones on him.

A woman west of Tilden advised that a woman had been harassing her husband. She was now throwing rocks at the gate guard trailer.

A George West man advised that he pulled up to a pump at a convenience store and another vehicle was parked, partially blocking the pump. He asked the woman to move her vehicle so he could access the pump and then went inside to pay for his gas. When he returned to his vehicle, a man approached him, called him a foul name and kicked his car. The caller advised that it was a hate crime, because he was gay. The call was cancelled a few minutes later.

A Three Rivers man advised that there was a dog barking non-stop at the residence behind his home.
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December 16, 2012
I honestly did not know that it was a crime to assault a stop sign. Hmm.