Missing deer, illegal parkers and retaliation in Live Oak County
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The dispatchers at the Live Oak County Criminal Justice Center received 227 complaints for the week of Oct. 26-Nov. 1.

A female caller in George West requested an officer to assist her in getting her stuff out of her ex-boyfriends house. She stated that he starts drinking around 11 a.m. and would probably be drunk later.

A male in the Three Rivers area called to report that there were several vehicles at a convenience store on IH 37 that were parked in handicapped parking spots. They were not handicapped vehicles or did not have the handicapped placards in their windows. The caller would be standing by in the parking lot. When an officer spoke to complainant and checked the area all the vehicles that were allegedly parked illegally were gone.

A male in McMullen County called and stated that someone had posted political signs on his fence without his permission and he wanted an officer to make a report.

A Three Rivers man called and requested an officer to go to the location of the water plant because there were some 18 wheelers blocking the entrance.

A woman in Three Rivers called to report that when she woke up in the morning that someone had stolen her vehicle. She last saw the vehicle at 10 p.m. the night before when she went to bed. Caller then called back and requested an officer because there was someone banging on her door. One subject was arrested and EMS was called for a subject who had fallen from a tree. He was charged with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, evading arrest and PI.

A male caller on Fowlerton Road called to report a couple was in the middle of the road arguing.

A male at a convenience store in Whitsett called to report that a female employee had had a knife stuck in her tire last night. She thought it was a female that she has had trouble with before.

A George West man called to report that a stolen vehicle went through his fence the night before in a pursuit. They had not found a place where the vehicle went out. His hands were out tracking the vehicle and they had just heard gun shots. He stated that neither he nor his neighbors had hunters on their property.

A female at an RV park west of Three Rivers requested an officer because she had some tenants who had not paid rent. They were now removing things from the residence that did not belong to them.

A female caller reported several juveniles that were in the area who just looked suspicious. Officers found a car full of juveniles that was blacked out.

A woman in Ray Point called to report two male subjects in her driveway asking for water. She reported that her boyfriend was on the porch with a shotgun telling them to leave.

A male at a truck stop in George West reported a man who had missed his bus and was now intoxicated and causing problems.

A Mathis man called to report that he had found a horse on the side of the road and did not know who it belonged to. He put it in his pasture if someone was looking for it.

A male from San Antonio called to report problems with trespassing on their property in Whitsett. They have had trouble in the past with people trespassing and putting locks on their gate. Now someone had come in and set up a deer blind. He wanted an officer to come to his property.

A male in Lagarto wanted to speak to an officer in reference to subjects who were at his residence who supposedly broke into his house.

A man called and stated that he lived in a house in Three Rivers with some people and pays rent. The people left to go out of state and he needs to get in the house to get his clothes and the landlord will not let him in. He wanted to talk to an officer.

A female in George West called to tell officers that her car was parked at an old gas station on Hwy. 281 with a blow out. She wanted to let officers know that the tire would be repaired and the vehicle would be removed in the morning.

A man in Three Rivers called to report that the truck stop where he was would not give him back his credit card because they were trying to make him pay for diesel that was not his.

A female at a business in Three Rivers called to report that a tanker had just hit a parked vehicle in front of the business.

A George West man called to report two white-tail bucks missing from his property. One was last seen mid September and the other was last seen last week. Now he can’t find either. Caller stated that he had some problems with a neighbor who was shooting high power guns near his property and thinks that they may be retaliating.
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