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In addition to arrests, the dispatchers at the Live Oak County Criminal Justice Center received 217 complaints for the week of March 2-9.

A Lagarto man said that his neighbor’s pit bull had killed his chihuahua and dragged it next door.

A business near Tilden reported that they had to let an employee go but he was refusing to leave. He was not being hostile or threatening, just refusing to leave. He was known to have a weapon. They had offered him a ride to the bus stop and a bus ticket home, but he wanted to use the company truck. He was taking a shower at the time. They wanted an officer to be on stand-by or to escort him off the premises.

A woman south of George West advised that she had purchased a horse in Orange Grove. The sellers had falsified a test on the horse.

A cashier at a George West business might have taken a counterfeit bill earlier that day. The owner wanted to speak to an officer.

A woman reported that a man was driving down the road on a three wheeler and sprayed her dog with something. It had transferred to her and she was burning all over. She wanted an officer to determine what the man had sprayed. The officer responded that the dog had most likely been sprayed with pepper spray.

An elderly woman called, worried about her husband. He had gone to the store about 1:30 p.m. and had not returned. The responding officer found that the man had been home all along.

A traveler on IH37 reported that he was just passing a trooper who had a vehicle stopped. He was concerned because, as the trooper was walking to his vehicle, the driver got out and was walking toward him.

A dispatcher at a Three Rivers business reported that one of their trucks was being chased by a white Ford pickup. The occupants were throwing rocks at him. He was trying to get back to town. They wanted an officer to go to their office.

A male caller near Lagarto said he was taking pictures when a woman threatened to shoot him and a man threatened him with his fist. He was taking pictures on a county road, not a private one.

A Three Rivers woman advised that she had recently realized that someone had stolen her credit card. They had been buying and sending stuff to Florida.

A representative of a company north of Three Rivers reported on Tuesday about 4:30 p.m. that an employee had not been seen or heard from since Sunday. He was in a company pickup. They had tracked the company credit card that he used; he had filled up the gas tank twice that day in San Antonio. They wanted to report the vehicle stolen.

A woman staying in Three Rivers said she locked her car and went inside. As she was getting ready for bed, she saw a light through the window. Her husband went outside to check and her car was gone. She saw it go south on Hwy. 281.
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