A woman in Tilden called and advised that she had some problems with her ex-boyfriend. He was there and would not leave. The woman called back and advised that he [boyfriend] said he would leave. She called back an hour later and said he never left and now they are fighting and she needs an officer there. She was saying that they are trying to take her son away from her.
A George West woman advised she would like an officer to come to the gas pumps at a business. Caller states there is a suspicious person asking people for money. Caller stated the subject is wearing a dark blue jacket and black pants. While communications was advising the officer over the radio, caller stated that the subject is walking towards the store.
A male caller advised a white one ton pick-up is driving all over the road from shoulder to left lane then drifts back to shoulder weaving all over the road. Officer made contact: driver was sleepy.
A female caller advised there is a blue Dodge pick-up that is speeding on Hwy. 281 south bound coming into George West.
A Three Rivers woman called and advised men are shooting their shotgun out towards the brush and the people in the RV park are complaining.
A female caller states she was sleeping when she heard a knocking on her front door. She lives by herself and was scared to open the door, but when she looked outside she could see lights in her driveway and front yard going off and on. She stated it may be flashlights or headlights; she doesn’t know for sure but she keeps hearing noises outside. Wants an officer to come check the area around her house. Officer made contact everything was okay.
A Three Rivers man called and advised there was a man walking around with a machete making threats. Advises he is wearing a white t-shirt, black stripped short pants. Advised the house is brown in color and there is a green Mustang parked in front of house.
The following are arrest records made through the Live Oak County Criminal Justice Center. The information was obtained from open records and does not reflect the guilt or innocence of those logged.
David Lee Ramirez, 25, of George West was arrested on March 28, for public intoxication. He was released on a $220 fine per George West City Municipal Judge Patricia Lanford.
James Ridge Fairhurst, 21, of George West was arrested on March 29, for driving while intoxicated. Lanford set bond at $2500.